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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Back Cover
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    • today has branches throughout the world.
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • Thinking, feeling and willing in everyday consciousness;
    • of asceticism in the past — today it would
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • Before I begin my lecture today may I express to our esteemed
    • especially today because I desire to bring you this greeting
    • manner, then, may I express the wish that in the days to come
    • today is promoted as occultism, or the many things that go by
    • the name of mysticism. This occultism, pursued today in many
    • frequently called occultism today is founded on ancient
    • present time. Old traditions are revived. But since present-day
    • dilettante fashion by one or the other group today as a
    • the other hand, much is said today about mystical immersion,
    • exact and as scientific as is demanded today of the methods in
    • itself so well in the domain of the sense world. Today I should
    • today will follow in the days to come. May I point out first
    • developed today out of materialistic knowledge, and has
    • the universal science, and all the sciences we cultivate today
    • having been born out of philosophy, it is forced today to
    • thinking is devoted nowadays to justifying those ideas,
    • abstract character and today are called the content of
    • is not accredited today. It first has to prove that its
    • feels the reality of breathing. But today, when a philosopher
    • matters well in hand, so to say. One who nowadays has
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • to have a philosophy today, it is nevertheless something
    • dreams in the same sense as dreams are today. Today's dreams
    • reality, indicated by the picture itself. Today we cannot
    • an etheric reality is achieved today in anthroposophical
    • years such a meditative exercise, you arrive one day at
    • called yesterday man's astral organism. It is that part of him
    • that only scientists think in this way. Nowadays, it is
    • world today by this abstract thinking existed in any part of
    • today, could be achieved only by the fact that abstract
    • order to think as is the case today — such thinking did
    • today with people who, through some circumstance that we will
    • Abstract thinking, the only kind known today, is obtained by
    • thereby has man attained what he is so proud of today, an
    • Today, however, man is at the point where, retaining his full
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • day, is repeated over and over again, a state of soul is
    • the following days. The first step in supersensible perception
    • the modern age. A present-day philosopher lives, fully
    • today is fundamentally already decadent.
    • today's human being with his present composition of body and
    • Yesterday, I described how the third level of supersensible
    • detail in the coming days. Here man is brought into a soul
    • yesterday, are two entirely different things. Primitive
    • primeval man clear for ordinary consciousness today. But
    • not submerged in the unconscious to the extent they are today.
    • that whose development I described yesterday, can still gain an
    • idea today, even though on a lower level, of this bodily
    • actually is. Today this is called animism. But the use of this
    • him they were as self-evident as the things we observe today.
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • also that of intuition which I described yesterday, when I said
    • one calls philosophy today is something extremely abstract, for
    • transformed, metamorphosed in regard to waking, everyday
    • described today. Nevertheless, in earlier times, even as late
    • case of philosophy. They cannot even be guessed at. Today, when
    • Still other people realize that man's clear day
    • quite widespread today. It is just the advocates of this kind
    • feature of present-day religious life that people rely on
    • expressed today in regard to other areas of culture, but that
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • Today I would like to give you an example of such research in
    • daytime, everything the soul receives through the senses, is
    • the cosmos that in daytime surrounds him. While in the first
    • — in day consciousness, now, in sleep, he experiences the
    • really present in the life of the soul. If, in daytime, we have
    • celestial globe, does not illuminate day consciousness, it does
    • during the day. During the following night an after-effect of
    • over into day consciousness, even though it is not directly
    • day consciousness that man's general mood, making itself felt
    • during the day in the form of a dull awareness of
    • confronts him by day, for the life functions of the physical
    • man has a dim feeling during the day that birth and death by no
    • day and is experienced by it as a vague feeling about the world
    • Just as religious life can be founded today in knowledge by
    • divine. Our day-consciousness is only a reflection of the
    • to the region of day-consciousness from the profound depths
    • present-day consciousness — and as in the second
    • stage of sleep, man must then return to daytime
    • is that brings him back each morning into his daytime life. He
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VI: The Transition from the Soul-Spiritual Existence in Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
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    • his soul and spirit. I was able to indicate yesterday that such
    • pointed to yesterday as the sleep in what I have called
    • described yesterday.
    • Now, in the way I described it yesterday, while man in sleep
    • them in the form described by me yesterday. In the pre-earthly
    • part of the physical body. I said already yesterday that
    • beginning of today's lecture, is what he experiences later in
    • night, as I described yesterday, they are renewed afresh. They
    • along as endowments. The sequences of day and night cause
    • have described it for you today. Much is still to be worked
    • pre-earthly stage I described today. But since an unconscious
    • Today I have sought to describe for you those matters connected
    • with the mystery of birth. In the following days I will have to
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • Yesterday I tried to explain how man, who as a
    • birth, of which I spoke sketchily yesterday, he must bear in
    • transformations. Today, people often assume that the soul
    • of today's human being. But the transformations that
    • rarely pointed out today; yet in these transformations there
    • difference that exists between waking and sleeping in man today
    • daily change in human consciousness. Today man only knows the
    • day consciousness, although he certainly can indirectly. But
    • half-conscious dreaming as we have it today. Rather, it was a
    • Pictures flowed within it as thoughts run today through our
    • content pointed to a spiritual reality. Just as today, when our
    • that epoch simply had every day in his soul inner experiences
    • mankind today, could not yet arise at that time. Man had
    • kind of ordinary consciousness we possess today, with its sharp
    • days, which can lead to imagination, inspiration and
    • of today's considerations what this signifies for man's inner
    • of which I spoke yesterday, can be described further in
    • Today, I would like to close my remarks by referring to what an
    • today's theology and who have been erased from memory —
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • Christianity's development, it will be necessary today
    • consciousness. If in three days he wants to relive it again, he
    • will not be able to recall what he has experienced today. He
    • problem of death. In the second part of today's lecture
    • possesses in everyday, waking life alongside all the other
    • time, he must retain his everyday consciousness. This means
    • condition in which you will find yourself one day when you no
    • problem is nowadays dealt with so often in an amateurish
    • today's lecture in a more exact way so as to have a good basis
    • will follow in the third part of today's considerations.
    • situation of man's life. Several days ago, I described how, in
    • yesterday's lecture you may have surmised that ego
    • a higher perception such as I described again today, the
    • today. I have already indicated that cosmology and religious
    • the Christ in the next few days. I will show that for man today
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • activities that are carried out in the everyday condition of
    • present-day science knew about these facts, it would find it
    • enters ordinary daytime consciousness only as a weak
    • spiritual world, a method no longer to be employed today. It
    • lecture. Today, I will have to describe in the last
    • men become a cosmos one day in which the natural is at the same
    • imagination, as I brought out yesterday. Such a
    • used in initiation of the present day. Those ancient initiates,
    • of the human will to today's considerations of the spheres of
    • evolution, must be developed in regard to the human will. Today
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • therefore, when man really thinks in waking everyday life, he
    • I described yesterday. But if we formulate the thought,
    • saw yesterday how a continuous evaluation of the moral and
    • days that in the moment when man passes through the gate of
    • second part of today's considerations.
    • prevailing today concerning the interplay of constructive
    • the mere sense-derived science that is generally accepted today
    • further elaborated upon in the lectures tomorrow and the day
    • passing today, but from this you can see that a starting point
    • Present-day medicine is fully acknowledged and applied, but our
    • Critics who rely merely on physical science today still claim
    • several days. This condition, however, lasts only a few days,
    • about as long as a person's daytime experiences stimulate the
    • to the experiences of the day before or the second or third one
    • before that. Just as we dream about something from the day just
    • example, about having spoken to someone yesterday about one
    • thing or another; this experience of the past day still
    • people. One person dreams only about what happened yesterday,
    • another dreams about what he experienced the day before, still
    • another dreams about what happened three or four days earlier.
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