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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • refer to the last third of the 18th century, when European
    • referred to the fact that in the 18th century there still
    • impulse of the time during that century.
    • century, on the other hand, Saint Martin's ideas and ways of
    • 19th century — nay, even on into the most recent
    • the 19th century, cannot be said to have been influenced by
    • there in his work, was utterly lost to the 19th century.
    • of those impulses, whereby the humanity of the 19th century
    • transformation, at the end of the 18th century, the
    • humanity. Thus, in the 19th century, only a very few people
    • conceive the outlook of men in the 19th century, we generally
    • assumed the character and stamp which the 19th century
    • century, in the channels of Philistinism. Philistine
    • limitation was the essential characteristic of 18th century
    • century, we must look for this impulse of Philistinism
    • the learned and brilliant men of the 19th century.
    • began to work from the end of the 18th century onward; and
    • scientists of the 19th century only looked for the material
    • century very few people clearly perceived that these thoughts
    • absurdities of the 18th century developed. The underlying
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    • taken during the 19th century and on into our time; I showed
    • 18th century a clear and distinct consciousness of the fact
    • the end of the 18th century there was a consciousness of the
    • consciousness of the 18th century. In Dupuis, on the other
    • of thinking which was typical of the 19th century. This
    • 19th century, which was fundamentally Philistine, the
    • sense, the whole of the evolution of the 19th century
    • the 19th century to develop a certain fund of purely materialistic
    • truths; this century had to collect a fund of purely materialist
    • is, through a whole century.
    • century. I myself have often been present at discussions,
    • 19th century point of view, many reasons no doubt could be
    • 19th century, and in a preparatory way even before that,
    • of the materialist abstractions of the 19th century. What
    • science of the 19th or even of the 20th century. They could
    • the ideal of the 19th century. Spiritual Science must
    • Spirit, even as the 19th century emphasised the turning of
    • of this. That is quite true, and for the 19th century it was
    • Science than that which actually arose in the 19th century
    • culture, so-called — even in the 19th century the
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • century. Men like Carus declared that the pure study of the

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