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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Cover Sheet
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Contents
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Preface
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • think, my dear friends, that you feel you can no longer find
    • that is not of the present has been preserved there. We find nothing
    • like it in Middle Europe. But what we find in Middle Europe, in
    • life, we find during the last third of the nineteenth century, up to
    • we shall find this great difference. The forms of the thoughts have
    • social life man cannot really find his fellow-men any longer.
    • out of which Goethe grew, and we must find it again. And if it is
    • today? — I shall answer: In order to find this. For you are
    • manhood. That is why we find ourselves together here.
    • not a question of finding fault but only of trying to understand. I
    • am not finding fault when I speak of the tragedy which befell Julius
    • not a matter of finding fault, but of the need for understanding. For
    • it dry or cold. We must find this light, while preserving the heart's
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • and they did not find them. And this was the really terrible thing
    • can no longer find any teachers.
    • then, did youth find when they came to the Universities? Well, they
    • met men in whom they did not find what they were looking for. These
    • word — they are looking for human beings — and they find,
    • well, they find librarians! They are looking in the scientific
    • knowledge, and they find, well, those who are usually to be found in
    • have been trying to find forms of expression — for as there are
    • feeling — they have always been trying to find expressions for
    • The farther back we go, the less we find that education is spoken
    • attributed to this cause. People talk about it because they find that
    • There you will find that the earth is shown as a heritage of other
    • gradual process. In the first centuries of Christendom we find that
    • They find every single word in earlier books. But when one wants to
    • fifteenth century man could still find man. Since that century dim
    • and sincere should ask themselves: “How can we find the
    • living within you this question: How can we find the Spirit? If you
    • see what has impelled you to come in the right light, you will find
    • that it is simply this question: “How can we find the Spirit
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • in order to find our bearings we may turn back, look back, rather,
    • times and you will find, when men spoke of “salt,”
    • Read any current history of physics and you will find that it is
    • I really do not find any very great difference between those people
    • theosophical twaddle with Haeckel's thought, I find the Spirit
    • Therefore, do not think that you will find here any plea for rigid
    • philosophy and you will find — Being, Becoming, Existence,
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • thermometer, so we can find out a great deal about the undercurrents
    • goes on, will only be able to find moral impulses in the very essence
    • was not so, because in his time he failed to find the impulse which
    • find in Wagner's art as a renewal of Greek art? What was it?
    • that he can find Spirit in intellectualism, which is merely the form
    • man, man will not find himself.
    • find oneself is only possible if man will honestly confess:
    • “I am thirsting for something, and nothing I find out of
    • it can find the Spirit if only it so wills. In our time the soul must
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • go back in evolution the more we find that the rising tip of an inner
    • consider what was spoken of as moral intuition, we find that it did
    • paleontology of the soul. Just as in the earth we find fossils,
    • find forms pointing back to the once living, God-given moral ideas.
    • of this very Nothingness try to find something that is not given, but
    • Spengler way is far from alive. It was a question of finding a living
    • quicken it to new life. We must find something that strikes into what
    • us out of the unconscious. We must find a science that is alive. We
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VI
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • problematic, up to the first third of the fifteenth century, we find
    • epochs, we find a great range of inner impulses arising like
    • world-evolution of humanity, on the one hand, to find for themselves
    • the mood of confidence in order that the deed may find its way from
    • you go back to Greece, you will find that the doctor in his medical
    • in the moral sphere of man. Only he who finds education within the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • had experience of it no longer finds the opposition in its full
    • century, to implicit belief in all we find there. We shall certainly
    • another way. We may find that the teacher hands on to the young
    • things he has only half learnt. We find here or there, for example,
    • led to the impossibility of finding anything right, for human
    • which finds no air to breathe. Certainly a lung which finds no air to
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VIII
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • man's spiritual culture. Today, in order to find the bridge to
    • fifteenth century; in an inward study we find ourselves led back to
    • century. We find then something that for the very first time caused
    • existed, we find the Middle Ages permeated by the tragedy of still
    • thoughts we find personalities in whom were reincarnated souls whose
    • later times, we find them to be those who in their previous
    • by youth: How can we find the Spiritual in Nature, how can we find it
    • Science, one finds in the last third of the nineteenth century a
    • knowledge. Life is lost in this way. You can find it again when you
    • movement is to find a right content — Where can I find the
    • only able to think passively, finding active thinking impossible. But
    • You only come to a movement with real content when you find the
    • us devote the next few days to the question of how to find this
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IX
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • from this at the present time — we cannot find the bridge
    • however, exceedingly important for life. If culture is to find roots
    • were being prepared for trades. We should not find much difference.
    • and feel it clearly. And where do we find an answer?
    • evolution of the human race. Here we must find the transition from
    • young. For this period we must find the solution of the most
    • one will find that the period between the age of imitation and the
    • stimulated when the young find the artistic coming from the older
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • evolution and, above all, into men's souls. Then we find when
    • done today, we find that the whole evolution of the human soul
    • the length of his childlike episode, and you will find that with
    • there we find:
    • through his own powers, man must arrive at finding the spiritual,
    • higher freedom and find that it is only an unfolding at a higher
    • it work educationally. Hence you find in my Philosophy of Spiritual
    • become an artist in education when he finds his way into this mood.
    • an art, education which is not afraid to find its support in real
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XI
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • man desires of life, most concrete things are seeking to find their
    • maturing human being — this desire to find some kind of
    • not many people do nowadays because they find it too difficult —
    • humanity. Men had to become like this to find through inner effort,
    • inner activity, what they can no longer find in a natural way; in
    • my Philosophy of Spiritual Activity will find that this does not
    • a genius he will go on to a higher school and there certainly find
    • find that it is what rises up from the previous earth-life or series
    • if we study what is working upon the human being we find how today,
    • them, we would find that as children they were fortunate to have been
    • through feeling to find his way into what is often hidden in the
    • really it would be too boring to find no fine fellow anywhere —
    • really find another human being but always ourselves. We see
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • we should find that fully grown men actually confronted one another
    • eyes, which you would not have been able to find either among the
    • who want to find their way livingly into the twentieth century should
    • philistinism. For in this vast volume on Goethe you find the
    • read Fichte or Schiller thoughtfully. You will find in their writings
    • my dear friends, that you can find a pedant working in some place is
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • been people who sought to prove that the moral world-order could find
    • spiritual texture of the world, we find that with the culmination of
    • not be breathed. Here, the only help is to find Michael who conquers
    • pre-earthly life is still working. Here we find, if we nurture it,
    • age of Michael the human being will have to find his own relation to
    • can you really find within a book what is Spirit? For the spiritual
    • finds in Michael the forces to exterminate the dragon. This will show
    • giving to find a true rhythm it is necessary that we enter the
    • also come together again. Thus we shall find association in the



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