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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Back Cover
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    • remains of the living physical man. As we are referred back to
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Contents
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    • Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • physical body. Imaginative consciousness gives to philosophy
    • realities which have their physical reflection in sun, moon and
    • organisms, the physical body ‘reflects’ thoughts.
    • damage the physical body and thus
    • healthy physical body thanks to the force of the Christ. In the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • senses penetrate the physical sense world. What the spiritual
    • belong to physical man, for the senses are physical organs
    • imbedded in the physical body. What man's physical body
    • physical man. In him what the ancients considered as philosophy
    • experienced in the physical body but in a human organization
    • that permeates the physical body as etheric man.
    • present-day science we really know only physical man. We do not
    • physical body and in which the Greek philosopher experienced
    • his philosophy. In the physical body we experience breathing,
    • and the process of seeing. But just as we have this physical
    • an etheric man. When we look at the physical body we see
    • something of the breathing process; physically and
    • physically in breathing and seeing — philosophy came into
    • physical body, so the Greek never doubted that what he
    • powerful, solid and material than his present physical body.
    • anything about what is now his physical body, just as modern
    • perception, for it is in the etheric, not in the physical body,
    • member of the whole cosmos. As physical man, however, he cannot
    • physical man between birth and death belongs directly to the
    • life of his physical sensory surroundings. Beyond this he has
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • the physical organism. In the dream conception itself one never
    • are becoming entirely independent of the physical
    • “When I think in the physical organism I am making use of
    • course in the physical organism, but, because of its
    • Without the physical organism the thinking of ordinary
    • therefore, is bound to the physical organism. Just as we
    • with the help of the physical organism, we also see clearly
    • are set free of the physical body. Now, a picture world is
    • physical organism and continues in the purely etheric —
    • earth and clothed itself in a physical and etheric body. Man
    • organism that leaves physical man at death and lives on further
    • As man has the physical cosmos before him by means of his
    • spiritual cosmos; only, what within his physical and etheric
    • this organism, ensheathed by the physical and etheric
    • is merely hereditary in the physical and etheric organisms and
    • earthly world and only clothes itself in the physical and
    • spiritual world into his physical existence.
    • the physical organism on the waves of breathing and the other
    • researcher's physical and etheric organisms. That happens
    • physical and etheric organisms. The will that otherwise is
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • physical body; a different activity from that of thinking,
    • feeling, or exercising my will within the physical body.”
    • lives in a world separated from one's physical
    • physical organism takes on a relative objectivity. Man looks
    • within his physical body out upon external objects. But what
    • unconscious, or perhaps physical elements had played into
    • physical and etheric organisms. There, they would unite with
    • super-sensible thinking man would alter his physical and
    • to interfere with his physical or etheric organism. Both of
    • unaltered physical body. It has remained as it was; this
    • With this etheric thinking you feel quite outside your physical
    • physical organism. A person who has correctly brought about
    • disappears, to be able to return into the physical body and see
    • being in the physical body and being outside it in the
    • physical and etheric organisms. Then man will really attain an
    • called forth in his physical organism when he uses it for
    • this way is mirrored in our physical and etheric organisms in
    • a physical sense cosmos.
    • other facts of the physical sense world. Now that he is able to
    • the cosmos to what he experienced through his physical body as
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • physical organism of man owes to hereditary development,
    • that is to say what are the persistent factors in his physical
    • inheritance and ancestors who gave him his physical
    • between what is passed on in the continuing stream of physical
    • consciousness that no longer has before it the physical
    • physical and etheric organisms. For this consciousness, the
    • soul-spiritual world before it descended into a human physical
    • physical substance transmitted to it with conception. One
    • disregarding not only its own physical body and its
    • physical man. As we are referred back to the living man when we
    • relate what man experiences here in his physical body to the
    • within physical earth-existence. To acquire inspired knowledge
    • releasing his own soul-spiritual nature from his physical as
    • outside his physical and etheric organisms. He comes to
    • Through death, the physical and etheric organisms are cast off.
    • instead of within one's physical body. Man actually finds
    • otherwise here in earth life he is within his physical and
    • physical death — one also learns to perceive what
    • insight into what is also working in his physical and etheric
    • plant, so little can an observation of man's physical and
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • after-effects of sleep. His physical and etheric organizations,
    • physical and etheric bodies, which he has when awake, man has a
    • physical and etheric organisms as upon an object. Just as he
    • the physical and etheric organisms underlie what might be
    • physical and etheric organizations in the systems of breathing
    • live in the physical and the etheric body and work into waking
    • and ego organizations are outside the physical and etheric
    • They are experienced by the soul outside the physical and
    • etheric organisms. But within the sleeping physical body the
    • a physical body, who always live in a super-sensible existence
    • as opposed to the physical life of man. The human soul in sleep
    • circulation, and thus in man's physical and etheric
    • confronts him by day, for the life functions of the physical
    • our physical consciousness we experience the physical sense
    • are merely the reflected physical images of certain spiritual
    • single stars. In sleep, the soul, being free of the physical
    • enters a physical body through conception and embryonic
    • his physical and etheric organizations in sleep, if this
    • his physical and etheric bodies again? What impulse is at
    • reflection in our physical world is the moon. Indeed, the
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  • 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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    • The Transition from the Soul-Spiritual Existence in Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
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    • that man in his physical sense life experiences himself in his
    • physical and etheric bodies and considers their organs as his
    • outer world his physical and etheric bodies, which
    • physical body exists in man's astral and ego nature. This is
    • to the physical and etheric bodies naturally is connected with
    • that the reason why a man wants to return into his physical and
    • world and prior to his having taken on his physical body. When
    • no such relation to a physical and etheric body is possible,
    • Such a physical-etheric organism is not present in pre-earthly
    • physical human organism with which man must clothe
    • of everything earthly man possesses as his physical
    • physical-material organs — spread out into cosmic
    • When I say that man experiences his future physical organism as
    • another for physical existence. In the latter one means
    • say that the cosmic germ of man's physical body is experienced
    • one does here in the physical world. Everything is
    • man's physical organism.
    • cosmos as we perceive it from the physical world; he has a
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • physical earth. If we want to place before our souls the very
    • point to a physical reality. Just as we know, when we see a
    • physical being with colors and shapes, that it is a physical
    • physical is out there, so did a man of the past know that he
    • bestowed by that spiritual being whose physical image is the
    • physical sun we see in the sky.
    • look up to the sun, but this outer, physical sun is only an
    • death concerned only the physical human organism. He knew of
    • life descended into his physical organism. For him, death was
    • He whose physical reflection is the physical sun, this
    • man Jesus. He took on a physical body in order not only to
    • in their physical sense consciousness through historical
    • full clarity in the inner soul experience, man's physical
    • its foundation in man's physical organism, and man learned to
    • physical organism can be experienced by the soul. No
    • attention exclusively to his physical body and showed how this
    • extent, it had become an experience of the physical organism.
    • but they come from the physical body. This body disintegrates
    • physical death could leave him. By these means, it was possible
    • use of ego consciousness. In this stage, the physical
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • kind of a relationship man acquires in regard to his physical
    • whole soul to be outside the physical organization. To a
    • physical organization. Everything that has occurred since
    • birth in the physical body as growth was produced in it
    • to this experience. Just as a real, physical object cannot
    • what he has in mind. Matters pertaining to the physical world
    • therefore, he always takes hold of his physical body. That
    • the physical organism, it slips right into it. This unconscious
    • physical organism and makes use of it. Then, as imaginative
    • Something is reflected back to us from our physical body, and
    • actually passes to begin with from ordinary, physical reality
    • insight into the physical body. He sees it as a reflecting
    • for it is not until his physical body becomes for him an
    • certainly not present in his physical body. If, therefore, he
    • have his physical body outside himself and view it as
    • human being relates to the corporeal-physical. Not until he can
    • objectively survey the physical organization, the etheric body
    • unity of the physical and soul nature at age nine or ten. He
    • physical organism so that the body can reflect the thoughts
    • with the soul's relationship to the physical body in normal
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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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    • physical organization. In a certain respect, man's astral
    • organization and ego being are outside his physical body during
    • of the physical body. When man is awake in earthly life,
    • completely united with the physical organism. They are active
    • in the physical corporeality. During sleep, the soul's own
    • into ordinary consciousness which the physical body reflects as
    • to the physical organization in the same manner in which man
    • unaware of them, he actively permeates his physical organism
    • Because man actively penetrates his physical body, because his
    • and the ego being — affect the physical organism with
    • specific way. For the purely physical activity which then
    • reflected images thrown by the physical body back into the
    • being is reflected during waking life onto the physical body.
    • Through its senses, the physical body carries the effects of
    • the outer world into the physical inner being; the phenomena of
    • all this is reflected as thoughts in the physical organism, and
    • does the soul actually do to the physical organism so that
    • firmly in mind that the physical organism really prevents the
    • it works in the physical head organization of man. It turns out
    • human etheric body alone were to penetrate the physical
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • the physical and etheric organisms.
    • organization. The head organization forms a physical and
    • must seek it in its replica in the physical and etheric
    • the real domain for the physical part of a science of the soul,
    • same way to the physical and etheric organisms, neither has it
    • physical and etheric organisms, nor does it become involved in
    • from the physical and etheric parts of man's organism. It has
    • kind of surrendering of the willing-soul to the physical
    • physical and etheric bodies in response to a certain stimulus.
    • human organization for the physical body. Subconsciously,
    • the soul-spiritual world into a physical-etheric organism. In
    • the physical organism; its activity cannot unfold since it
    • the physical organization, but the tendency remains. Now, the
    • accustomed on earth to live in a physical organization
    • consciousness and has the desire to form a new physical
    • views the physical corporeality and the soul and spirit, and
    • around us in the physical world — the mineral, plant, and
    • being. Since, in physiology and anatomy, physical science is
    • Critics who rely merely on physical science today still claim
    • base their ideas and their work on physical science alone. But
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