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  • Title: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • II. The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
    • world-order with the physical world-order. — The moral world-order
    • into substance and will. — The natural world dies away in man;
    • in the realm of the moral a new natural world comes into being; thus
    • of spirituality in the modern picture of the world which is based on
    • III. The Path to Freedom and Love and Their Significance in World-Events
    • The significance of Freedom and Love in world-happenings.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • fluid element as such is present in the world outside us in a rarefied
    • and the fluid element in the external world must therefore be left
    • he acts in the world as a being of will. The feelings experienced in
    • know in the external world as tone.
    • Light-Ether. Earlier conceptions of the world always emphasized this
    • connected with the whole surrounding world — is sustained from
    • body and feeling, goes out of the body and passes into a world with
    • (or world-soul), which we also drive out while we are awake.
    • world-soul, or the cosmic astrality, into our aeriform organism.
    • world, but also of his relation to the cosmic spirituality and to the
    • experience nothing except the world outside and lose ourselves
    • the external world if we were always awake, if this waking state were
    • waking consciousness we perceive the external world. Through dreams we
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
    • world that can really satisfy us.
    • weeks, the cardinal question in man's conception of the world, is
    • this: How is the moral world-order connected with the physical
    • world-order? As has been said so often, the prevailing world-view
    • outer physical world and can only resort to earlier religious beliefs
    • understanding — this world-view is unable to build a bridge.
    • There, on the one side, is the physical world. According to the modern
    • world view, this is a conglomeration from a primeval nebula, and
    • Within this picture a moral world-order has no place. It is there on
    • alleged, the world becomes a slag-heap, this will also be the
    • the world-order. Only if modern science is inconsistent can it accept
    • the moral world-order as valid. It cannot do so if it is consistent.
    • world-creative. We carry out into the universe world-creative
    • ideals and what works as life-giving force in the physical world, even
    • assembling substances and dispersing them again. Light in the world
    • Thus we look into the future — new worlds take shape. And as in
    • these future worlds that will come into being, we must go back to the
    • with enthusiasm and become impulses for deeds, work as world-creative
    • creations of the pre-existing world come to their end. When we
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  • 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
    • the fact that we can inwardly picture the world around us; we live in
    • this world and can contemplate it. To imagine that we cannot
    • contemplate the world would entail forfeiting our essential manhood.
    • forces of the world interpenetrate, flow into each other. Mentally, we
    • outer world is completely stilled, the will is continually active. And
    • between the moral-spiritual world-order and natural-physical
    • world-order.
    • respect of our world of thought we are entirely dependent upon the
    • what thus comes to us from the outer world, something that is
    • one side, the thought content comes to us from the surrounding world
    • being, rays into the world of thought.
    • world, for these thoughts merely reproduce in pictures this outer
    • world, which is a physical, material world. Constantly to be running
    • world — and between birth and death we can take in only such
    • external world; as far as the actual content of the thoughts is
    • concerned, we are obliged to think as the external world prescribes;
    • prevailing in the material world, permeate ourselves with the force
    • everything that can stream into man from the spiritual world has its
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