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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • with what in the strictest sense of the word is in keeping with
    • usual scientific methods of sense observation and
    • knowledge of the external sense reality; for this very
    • paths of research suited only to the sense world. We cannot,
    • itself so well in the domain of the sense world. Today I should
    • senses penetrate the physical sense world. What the spiritual
    • facts in the sense world.
    • sleep and have the sense world around us again.
    • field of reality is there for the senses, or for observation,
    • one cannot love, in the true sense of the word, what is mere
    • just the case with philosophy taken in its present sense. From
    • sense observation, or through experiments developed in the
    • field of the senses, when he thinks in a scientific way; this
    • belong to physical man, for the senses are physical organs
    • sense existence. But in most recent times men have only
    • based on sense observation, experiment, and a thinking
    • from sense reality that are combined by thinking. One
    • sense world that natural science is able to examine. In this
    • found in the physical sense world. In such a cosmic picture
    • the cosmos; that even the physical sense body is a covering of
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • dreams in the same sense as dreams are today. Today's dreams
    • as sharply separated from the outer world as, in sense
    • subjective. In sense perception I know: the object is there, I
    • senses or from thinking. The soul must be awake but have
    • senses and his sense-bound thinking, he now confronts the
    • than the sense impressions received in ordinary consciousness.
    • in the circulation, one senses, feels, what in ordinary
    • man's healthy human reason. It can be felt and sensed, it can
    • wideawake consciousness in the sense world he attains to an
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • perceiving the world through his senses and for thinking.
    • that have entered either from memory or from ordinary sense
    • a physical sense cosmos.
    • what he has experienced in the sense world. There, he has
    • other facts of the physical sense world. Now that he is able to
    • physical sense cosmos. He must be able to say, “I now
    • what I experience in the physical sense world as physical
    • what I experience in the physical sense world as moon; and so
    • simultaneously in both the spiritual and the physical sense
    • accustomed to experience as physical sense manifestations
    • one has experienced in the physical sense world. It is as if
    • what has been experienced earlier in the sense world through
    • ideas and concepts. Man senses events of a universal nature in
    • now, through inspiration, he senses how in this etheric,
    • the physical sense world we perceive only the exterior of
    • the education, in their sense “scientific,”
    • modern sense. In the last portion of this lecture, I would like
    • he sensed how food and drink course through the digestive
    • animals experience an inner sense of well-being in digesting,
    • Sense observation is only a transformed product of primitive
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • sense world with all its sense impressions is no longer
    • behind willing there is something that in a certain sense
    • over sense perceptions as a corpse-like element. On the
    • enter into this and he senses that something eternal is
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • follows: sense perception begins to dim down, in the end it is
    • When man first enters into the state of sleep, the sense world
    • experience that is undifferentiated, in a certain sense
    • nebulous universality, which is sensed as one's own
    • daytime, everything the soul receives through the senses, is
    • on, and we were missing the sense of unity. Thus, during sleep,
    • expressed in a planetary sense, as a cosmic ordering of
    • not reflections of those outer sense pictures of the
    • beings corresponding to the stars. Here in the sense world in
    • our physical consciousness we experience the physical sense
    • and other fixed stars as perceived by ordinary sense perception
    • experience in sleep. In the sense world you arrive at a
    • of the external world as perceived by the senses. The soul
    • of birth in its broadest sense; that is, the way the soul
    • sense observation. It is simply not true that a man with sound
    • common sense could believe that birth and death are nothing but
    • moon is not visible to the senses, those forces are
    • appearing to the senses as half-moon, full moon, etc., are
    • metamorphosed sense pictures that correspond to events in the
    • cosmos and come to physical expression in the moon, the sense
  • 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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    • that man in his physical sense life experiences himself in his
    • otherwise constitute his being, and the cosmos which to sense
    • certain sense an inner world.
    • senses. This cosmos, which is experienced at a certain stage of
    • sense world exists only for this sense world. But in order to
    • that outer sense-perceptible objects are purposefully
    • life, I could call a sense of privation which expresses itself
    • he is losing it, a sense of privation and a desire to have it
    • spiritual moon forces of the cosmos. The sense of privation and
    • about for him. At the same time, he now begins to sense the
    • descend to earth existence. The sense of privation and longing
    • everything that lives in the soul as a sense of privation
    • soul is unaware in a pre-earthly sense during the last
    • only an earthly sense being but a soul-spiritual, supersensible
    • at every stage of sense experience, he must also include
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • in their physical sense consciousness through historical
    • by means of the sense world. This is what caused the old
    • sense world and upon a thinking based on impressions and
    • things in the external world. Pure sense observation, as the
    • century. In this turning of man to mere sense observation
    • — to consciousness of the sense world, there also came
    • and extensive in regard to the sense world, alongside
    • this knowledge of the sense world a content of dogmatic faith
    • of the sense world had less and less inclination to abide by
    • but with your ordinary consciousness you sense and know nothing
    • his consciousness that no material sense world can supply. It
    • constitution of the sense world who must deny the Mystery of
    • possible to a comprehension derived from the senses. If,
    • tears himself away from mere sense comprehension, which in its
    • one who wishes to remain only in the world of the senses can
    • Golgotha based on sense perception and acquires instead a
    • understanding of the sense world with the aid of that very
    • understanding of the sense world and develop enough strength to
    • we renounce all understanding based on the senses and
    • that permeated and was the foundation of all sense existence.
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • in regard to ordinary consciousness, man's sense perception is
    • sense world and memories. Also, there are dim thoughts that
    • certain sense man passes from ordinary thinking across an
    • experience one thing alongside another simultaneously in sense
    • experience outside the body you sense and experience in
    • mirror for the thoughts we form by means of all the sense
    • Being in the sense of Paul's words, “Not I but the Christ
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • Through its senses, the physical body carries the effects of
    • sense of warmth. By means of the activity put forth by the soul
    • this is sheer nonsense. We do not think and experience the soul
    • physical sense, is indeed only a summing up, a more pronounced
    • of his sense perception and the development of his ego
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • the mere sense-derived science that is generally accepted today
    • see that medicine that is based merely on a sense-oriented
    • — not in a derogatory sense, only in reference to certain
    • earth-bound being in a direct sense, though he is indirectly
    • development of Christianity; this is meant in the sense that it
    • this sense I would like to bid farewell to you.



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