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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Foreword
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    • information, some of it hard to come by elsewhere, on how to
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • abstract thought. Cosmology in former
    • the reflection of the astral. Formerly, religion rested on the
    • transformed into purpose takes hold of our lower organism
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • forms, actually runs contrary to the spirit of our age, the
    • inner conformity of this spiritual eye appears before it
    • anthroposophy they are to gain a certain spiritual form.
    • formed. But this cosmology contains merely the picture of facts
    • most one or another composite formulation made up of thought,
    • be able to view faith only as a special, higher form of
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • Our scientific manner of forming concepts requires that
    • picture form a complete survey of the life forces that permeate
    • particular etheric organism, bringing about his form and his
    • simply taken, in a more abstract form, what is now commonly
    • and then also to formulate and to express it in human
    • expresses his insights in speech and in thought forms, the
    • matter is formulated in such a way that another person, who
    • formed through a flowing together of inspired knowledge with the
    • form of soul exercises based on a special development of the
    • transformed that in regard to it you will appear like a
    • characterizing. For example, you have a certain form of
    • changing it into a form different from what you are accustomed
    • experiences from that world so as to form them into the
    • be experienced in the human heart, and then it forms the
    • forms that, through what comes to be revealed in this way, one
    • itself into the human experience. In other words, the form of
    • appears in picture form. So, humanity in its progress is
    • spiritual world enter into it and form its content, then they
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • transformed. Likewise, the relations of the human soul to
    • but have in fact formed and shaped out life from birth to the
    • verbal, conceptual forms, and out of the imaginative
    • metamorphosing and taking on all manner of possible forms, but
    • existence. We also attain a view of the inner nature and form
    • of the human organism, as well as the form of the separate
    • everything that gives form and life to the human organism
    • man's organism life and form. We only comprehend the form and
    • Oriental school, the school of Yoga, transformed breathing into
    • But such Yoga instructions are not in accord with the form of
    • one's soul life that soul state which was formerly valid for
    • middle period of earth evolution, and its transformation into
    • that were directly united and formed a unity with his soul
    • Sense observation is only a transformed product of primitive
    • beings that came down to us in derivative forms in the content
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • accessible only to this form of inspiration that is capable of
    • forming of concepts really is, as we human beings experience it
    • formation of ideas.
    • to mind a human corpse; it still has the form that the man had
    • forms of the corpse, its members, point not only to the corpse
    • forming of ideas. Therefore, the abstract character of
    • Thus, laid aside, they can no longer form the covering
    • thinking and forming of ideas as of something that is dying,
    • ordinary thinking and the forming of ideas have a dying
    • When you consider that only through a higher form of
    • transformed, metamorphosed in regard to waking, everyday
    • life. As little as a root can reflect the exact form of the
    • philosophy, was also formed by philosophers with the aid of
    • could formulate natural laws, postulating an inner ordering of
    • be sure, the form and life of physical and etheric man are to
    • experiences in the divine world in the form of ideas based only
    • Therefore, theology has come increasingly to a point of forming
    • product of history, poured at times into new forms. But
    • the formulations of various philosophers — who in earlier
    • reality — both the direct formulation of ideas about the
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • form of experience through which he feels inside himself
    • now appear before the soul in a certain pictorial form.
    • during the day in the form of a dull awareness of
    • formulate in concepts and ideas what has been attained
    • but permeated and formulated in intuitions by the fully
    • of waking and sleeping and inform ourselves concerning what it
  • 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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    • possess finished and completed form — in pre-earthly life
    • transformed and we ourselves are changed with them, in
    • them in the form described by me yesterday. In the pre-earthly
    • mobility that expresses itself as a form of consciousness
    • contained in materialized form in the physical body, all that
    • preforming it as an universal spirit-germ.
    • matter, there lives spirit, but not only in such a form that we
    • complete form to me. It now seems to me as if they were
    • fills with world ether, draws it together and so forms his
    • himself prepared in the first place in its spiritual form.
    • which only now has come into form through its physical
    • sculptor on the formation of the brain and the remaining
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • an earthly form and began his earthly activity.
    • transformations. Today, people often assume that the soul
    • cosmology points back to a primitive half-animal-like form
    • of today's human being. But the transformations that
    • rarely pointed out today; yet in these transformations there
    • waking consciousness. These pictures were similar in form
    • through his outer form of consciousness.
    • initiation, even in their weakened form they could still lead
    • say: The Sun Being, He who formerly bestowed grace upon men by
    • death. This Being Itself descended to earth, took on human form
    • them for their inner soul life in the form of pictures. It was
    • Formerly, man through grace was blessed with a capacity in his
    • consciousness, by means of which man had formerly been able to
    • how ego consciousness gradually takes form among civilized
    • develop and form itself. At the same time, the old kind of
    • in the form of dogmas concerning the Christ. No reference was
    • consciousness and had assumed form. This attitude then
    • intuition in a new form. By means of this new initiation
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • — , then he must find his way into the other form of
    • — how the separate organs were plastically formed, how
    • consciousness — all of this shoots up in the form of
    • alive form. It then contains the immediate echo of the
    • spiritual in its formulation, its expression. Forgive me if I
    • remains unconscious, it is reflected in the form of inner
    • vision goes on, his consciousness has transformed itself into
    • experiences imaginative consciousness has not transformed his
    • consciousness. He therefore can also form a judgement about a
    • problem. For this reason, I have not hesitated to formulate
    • completely transformed due to conception and birth. While it is
    • part that here disappears has been transformed into the life
    • and form of the human head organization. Now understand this
    • transformed into a really physical material thing, namely our
    • head organization. The life and form of our head
    • All this is a result of the transformation of a part of man's
    • formed and enlivened itself as a physical organism out of the
    • mirror for the thoughts we form by means of all the sense
    • man through conception and birth and does not transform itself
    • transformed into the physical organization at the time it
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • body's cosmic spirit form as it did in pre-earthly existence.
    • form what I have called earlier the cosmic germ of the physical
    • to transform our head organization into something spiritual. An
    • actual, outwardly visible transformation is not achieved, only
    • the tendency toward transformation is always there.
    • forms in those parts of the physical body where the lungs, the
    • uniform cloud in the head, for the characteristic
    • etheric organization acquires the same kind of forms as
    • state. In sleep, the life forces, the formative forces of the
    • all the time. The astral organism wants to transform the head
    • finds its way into earthly life more in the form in which it is
    • form of soul life: man's emotional life, his feelings. Emotions
    • astral-spiritual element that is similar in form to what it was
    • portion of my lecture how the form assumed by man after
    • can become strong enough to avoid forming the kind of physical
    • organization it would form if there were no such impulse from a
    • next life, and how man's destiny — formerly called karma
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • entirely to it, it is transformed, as it were, into the head
    • organization. The head organization forms a physical and
    • itself a formative activity of its own. Thus, the
    • I described yesterday. But if we formulate the thought,
    • degenerative process of destruction. It can be called a form of
    • to form a new organism and the realized moral evaluation. We
    • former surroundings now become his inner content. His
    • consciousness and has the desire to form a new physical
    • much, it forms thoughts that pertain to memory in an
    • have already assumed practical form within our movement. We do
    • to the form that dreams take, they always correspond directly
    • must leave behind you in the moon sphere the destiny-forming
    • guidance of your Sun Leader on the formation of your physical
    • fourth century, could say to their followers: The form which
    • human physical body has assumed a form that is no longer able

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