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  • Title: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • has no place in the natural scientific thinking of today. — The
    • and energy die away to nullity; but man's moral thinking imbues life
    • Man as a being of Thinking, Action and Feeling. — The connection of
    • the life of thought with the will. — Pure thinking: irradiation of
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • When man is studied by modern scientific thinking, one part only of
    • members. But we will leave this aside today and think about something
    • It cannot be studied unless we think of it as permeated by the etheric
    • unless we think of it as permeated with forces by the astral body.
    • Let us think, for example, of the blood. Inasmuch as it is mainly
    • if we are thinking merely of the solid organism which is shut off by
    • the aeriform element all the time. We can really think of the air as
    • thinking takes no account at all. But everything in us
    • only. If we adhere to the principles of spiritual-scientific thinking
    • are not in the habit of thinking in a really unprejudiced way about
    • not think of that at the moment.) We see the black area, we see that
    • This is how we must think of the field of consciousness. We should not
    • within a clearly demarcated space, so that if we think in an entirely
    • should neither think that we have the solid body only, nor that we
    • kind of thinking studies the solid body without either the fluid body,
    • But fundamentally speaking, the externalized thinking of today takes
    • Etheric body — Thinking — Fluid organism — Chemical Ether.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • Think of a person whose soul is fired with enthusiasm for a high moral
    • You must think of this as a real and concrete happening: enthusiasm
    • Think of all the experiences in your life that came from aspiration
    • And now think of theoretical ideas in contrast to moral ideals. In the
    • we are endowed with self-consciousness and are able to think about the
    • theoretical thinking, matter — substantiality — is brought
    • to its end; through his moral thinking, matter and cosmic
    • nothing but theoretical thinking, and the ideas thus formulated
    • must think of an age which came to an end long before the time of the
    • existence of a soul at all — still think, namely that the soul
    • Think of how greatly our responsibility is increased when we realize:
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • Man stands in the world as thinking, contemplative being on the one
    • links the two poles of our being: the pole of thinking and the pole of
    • deed, of action. Only through the fact that we are thinking beings are
    • thought. When we picture the thinking human being in this way, when we
    • this inner radiation of will into the sphere of thinking, the more
    • concerned, we are obliged to think as the external world prescribes;
    • thinking becomes what I have called in my Philosophy of Spiritual
    • Activity: purethinking. We think, but in our thinking there
    • sphere of thinking. But pure thinking may equally be called pure
    • will. Thus from the realm of thinking we reach the realm of
    • will, when we become inwardly free; our thinking attains such maturity
    • progressively strengthening the impulse of will in our thinking we
    • that has now become thought, or our thinking that has now become will.
    • mightier and mightier force in our thinking.
    • something in which will is undoubtedly contained. But think how, in
    • inherent force — into our thinking, when we permeate our thinking
    • with will. We bring will into thinking and thereby attain freedom. As
    • into the realm of the will; we develop freedom in our thinking by
    • there will be freedom in our actions and love in our thinking. Each
    • thinking that is permeated with will gives rise to actions and deeds
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