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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Back Cover
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    • concepts of the soul, we realize that we must treat this
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • The Three Realms of Anthroposophy 1
    • realities which have their physical reflection in sun, moon and
    • a ‘rational’ cosmology. Its failure in the realm of the
    • real philosophical content, the second to a substantial
    • riddle of death. If we open our hearts to the reality of the
    • cosmic realities that give birth to the etheric. Knowledge of
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • spirit of real modern life, which results from the development
    • knowledge of the external sense reality; for this very
    • research into the supersensible realm.
    • supersensible realm only if we do not remain limited to the
    • ancient times, threw light on all the separate areas of reality
    • themselves with this or that recognized field of reality. The
    • field of reality is there for the senses, or for observation,
    • quite unreal, do not relate to any reality, are merely
    • specific areas of reality. Philosophy, on the contrary,
    • reality of philosophizing in the same way a healthy person
    • feels the reality of breathing. But today, when a philosopher
    • feel that he stands solidly in reality. Only a person working
    • removed from reality.
    • Sophia, this wisdom, is something worth loving, something real
    • present-day science we really know only physical man. We do not
    • the reality of our breathing, because we are conscious of our
    • rooted in reality, for he was conscious of his etheric body. He
    • reality only what one experiences as reality while
    • the reality in philosophy is also lost. One feels it as
    • abstract; one feels the necessity to prove that it really
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • whose inner, real content is not experienced by the
    • to show that it relates to reality. So the philosopher is not
    • able to verify his ideas in reference to reality as directly as
    • one always can in the case of any given fact in the real world.
    • in various ways to reality because this reality is not
    • could be felt directly as real and that also carries conviction
    • be realized that these dreams of ancient philosophers were not
    • are pictorial conceptions in which, however, the reality
    • has a convincing indication of any reality. With the
    • reality, indicated by the picture itself. Today we cannot
    • an etheric reality is achieved today in anthroposophical
    • organism so that you can actually come to the realization,
    • realize clearly that all ordinary thinking takes place only
    • verbal communication and its comprehension, that reality is
    • thinker can imbue his words with this reality, for he acquires
    • his conceptions out of the real etheric world.
    • all from the etheric — reality. So, when imaginative
    • organism is the work of this spiritual cosmos is much more real
    • body, can be compared with the breathing in of real oxygen.
    • real spiritual man, the 'I.' Now, it is possible to live with
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • corporeality. Man gradually finds his way into the
    • Thinking certainly takes on the character of reality. Just for
    • meditation, those forces, those realities now experienced in
    • entirely real — and in the next moment, as this thinking
    • etheric realm. Then a true imaginative thinking is achieved. I
    • physical and etheric organisms. Then man will really attain an
    • confronts him, is as real as those forces of life and growth
    • etheric organism and the etheric realm in the cosmos. A child
    • life will actually lift itself to a real, genuine philosophical
    • as if on waves of an etheric world-ocean, real beings are
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • organization of man, he realizes first of all how much the
    • here really consists in nothing else but continued energetic
    • forming of concepts really is, as we human beings experience it
    • consciousness, grasp the real nature of thinking and the
    • now I am to make clear how the real nature of man's earthly
    • a picture, but this picture expresses complete reality. Bring
    • no original, independent reality. It cannot be thought of as
    • realize that we must treat this thinking as a corpse of the
    • before birth. Through this, we really learn to know what our
    • reality, as a corpse is remote from the true human reality.
    • time to know it as it really is. The will part of the human
    • nature out of itself, I may conclude that its real nature comes
    • of ideas to fulfillment, this perception of the real, eternal
    • philosophy, it remains true that anything really substantial
    • described it) can the human being really know himself. What
    • that it is quite impossible to gain a real content for a
    • Thus, cosmologies became more and more devoid of real content,
    • genuinely real cosmology. What can be said concerning religion
    • everything that is of real content is borrowed — by
    • 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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    • unconscious. When this unconscious realm is mentioned, it
    • remains unconscious of them, these experiences are real, and
    • something absolutely real. What remains unconscious to ordinary
    • acquire a definite knowledge of what the dreams really contain.
    • inner facts, rather do they veil the real truth. For this
    • these philosophical ideas would attain reality. The
    • real. So it can also be said that in the first stage of every
    • experienced reality.
    • consciousness, would represent the reality of
    • of reality to a philosophy worked out during waking life.
    • real — is, I might say, a fragmentation of this inner
    • however, really experiences the objective processes that
    • as reality. So, while I present concepts taken from
    • really present in the life of the soul. If, in daytime, we have
    • stream into the reality of daily life and continues on in the
    • Although unconsciously, the soul really experiences
    • realize the full significance of these nightly events for
    • the cosmos between going to sleep and waking is more real and
    • really finds its way as a spiritual being into a cosmos
    • events of birth and death really confront the soul. It is
  • 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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    • existence an active intuition; a real, experienced
    • perception by intuition is a living reality for pre-earthly
    • is a feeling as if the real spirit world withdraws a little
    • object do not really exist for him and everything is
    • pictures he pierces right through them. Their reality is no
    • pre-earthly existence, reality has been lost to his soul. The
    • soul no longer has the reality of this, man's universe, around
    • this universal reality — earthly conception of the
    • previously had as reality now surrounds him only in pictures;
    • it is a cosmic recollection of the cosmic reality of work done
    • which reality is no longer contained, he becomes ready to draw
    • prepared and then is realized in its after-effects, much
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • real intervention of the Christ and the Mystery of Golgotha in
    • not point to any reality that man can control directly with his
    • pronounced supersensible reality, as our perceptions
    • point to a physical reality. Just as we know, when we see a
    • reality, so did ancient man experience pictures which moved
    • content pointed to a spiritual reality. Just as today, when our
    • perceived something spiritually real when such images passed
    • Among what ancient man experienced as spiritually real there
    • existence and of his own external nature. He realized that
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place in the earth-realm, those
    • Initiation science had no real influence on general
    • something real about the spiritual world, could still speak
    • those times when there still existed human souls who really
    • recognize that the Christ really did once live on earth in
    • Jesus, and that in the Mystery of Golgotha a real, heavenly,
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • really the case. In imaginative consciousness man does not
    • to this experience. Just as a real, physical object cannot
    • up by memory for it is a living reality. It has to be summoned
    • world is often really cruel to him — naturally the
    • the realization that in itself it has no reality at all.
    • thoughts. They have as little reality as mirrored reflections
    • actually passes to begin with from ordinary, physical reality
    • to etheric reality. But in doing so he now receives the first
    • is really in a position to judge how the soul-spiritual in the
    • human being relates to the corporeal-physical. Not until he can
    • arrive at a substantial, real thinking. In ordinary life, the
    • substance, no real, inner activity. It is precisely the
    • nature by means of such perception. You realize that visionary
    • realization that one part of the soul-spiritual — a part
    • transformed into a really physical material thing, namely our
    • that our head organization represents a real
    • our pre-earthly existence, this head is a real mirror for
    • into the physical corporeality but comes only into loose
    • man's corporeality. For in regard to this remaining
    • supersensible reality, then modern supersensible perception
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • and will. In reality, as we have seen in the previous lectures,
    • in the physical corporeality. During sleep, the soul's own
    • namely, what underlies the memories as the reality of the
    • of sounds; the realities of heat and cold enter through the
    • firmly in mind that the physical organism really prevents the
    • corporeality but to fill with its own astral activity the
    • real as is our soul that lives as thinking-soul within our head
    • This judgement by the cosmos concerning our deeds is very real
    • separated from the outer cosmic events and realities as is the
    • being are drawn along into the cosmic-etheric realm.
  • 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
    • the real domain for the physical part of a science of the soul,
    • because the replicas of what goes on in thinking can really be
    • within the soul and spirit realm, and would stay there if
    • receive insight into the actual reality that exists behind the
    • willing-soul that underlies the human will as reality to pour
    • feeling, and has its true reality in earthly life only in the
    • human will as a reality is the continuous desire in the whole
    • man's being which are very real, but do not project their
    • reality that I have just described, the being that represents
    • to form a new organism and the realized moral evaluation. We
    • views the physical corporeality and the soul and spirit, and
    • anthroposophical movement. It becomes a reality in the Waldorf
    • consider all this, you will realize how one must go into
    • has just been drawn out of the physical corporeality is
    • very real way, an extraordinarily strong tendency arises to
    • the interacting pulse beat of these two manifest realities, so
    • behold it qualitatively. We look out into the realm of the
    • the forces are born in his soul that enable him now really to
    • organism in the spiritual realm, you can return again to
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