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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Contents
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Preface
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    • these lectures are not less applicable today. The reader, provided he
    • can readily be felt throughout, this cycle of lectures was given to a
    • those listeners, like the readers of these lectures today, could
    • bread, not stones, in man's relation to man.
    • slowness of growth nor complacent about the fruits already gathered.
    • Much rather when we have read, listened and heard and have become
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • which were read by those who played a part in shaping the cultural
    • notice what has insinuated itself in a dreadful way into every domain
    • reads the descriptions that are given of such a case, feels as if
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • our aim will be most readily attained if we consider the main
    • not said: This or that has been discovered; it already belongs to
    • which has acquired, step by step, this dreadful objective existence
    • had already been lost. Rights according to history were a confession
    • was unwilling to speak in the phrases which were already prevalent in
    • the once concrete Muses had become dreadfully withered ladies!
    • cleverness — these are widespread commodities at the present
    • this intellect has something dreadfully deceptive about it.
    • of this helps any longer. People are dreadfully clever. But even in
    • condition and it would be dreadful to attempt it. We do not wish to
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • Read any current history of physics and you will find that it is
    • was read — and it was not so easy to read books in those days,
    • of the depths of men's souls. The reading of a book was
    • dreadfully lazy! People do not feel it, and the less they feel it the
    • this Father loves the most abstract concepts. Just read any Catholic
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • conditions. Just as we know the temperature of a room by reading the
    • the following only from this point of view as I read you a passage
    • substance of life to him — that already in Greek culture there
    • should read who wants to know about the thought of the last third of
    • because I want to have a thermometer for culture by which we can read
    • century, yet it was already there earlier, in a form that made itself
    • remarkable. The old ideas had already been destroyed by the spirit of
    • was already destroyed. Up to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries,
    • third of the nineteenth century. The old spirit was already in ruins.
    • hammer but that they had already been smashed simply in the course of
    • that he was doing what had already long been done.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • very threadbare in this respect. We have a history of outer events
    • vision. I have already given you a picture to elucidate it. I said
    • same time developed the faculty for moral intuitions. Already at the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VI
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    • have already shown that in the evolution in the West, consciousness
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • full spread of the sails as it was some twenty years ago is no longer
    • movement. The life of soul is at work when we read even the driest
    • is wanting to teach me something that he has first to read. I should
    • like to know why I am expected to know what he is reading. There is
    • no reason for me to know what he is only now reading for himself. He
    • who is so much older, doesn't know even yet and reads to me out
    • new thing has come to them, whether ready-prepared it has dropped
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VIII
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    • the men who in their previous earth-life had already felt the world
    • arose because already in a previous incarnation the divine character
    • from the divine-spiritual world was already lost to man. Because he
    • century. He was already subject to the forces driving out the spirit
    • in the second half of the nineteenth century a dreadful thing
    • understand how to read the stars.
    • the Spirit on the path of thought, which although difficult to tread
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IX
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    • already described. But because of this the problems of life have
    • every possible kind of gadget, even those dreadful calculating
    • not among us scientists already near this stage. For it is not my
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • cannot be read as other books are today. It must really
    • be read so that once you get into the Philosophy of Spiritual
    • be read quite differently from other books, that it must be read in
    • Patriarchs, was already alive between young and old. Then, every
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XI
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    • abstract reading — the village newspaper and much else besides!
    • already a teacher. Every human being is a teacher, but he is sleeping
    • no different ten years hence? It would be dreadful were he to remain
    • time, however, he had an incurable dread of this, for he felt that
    • sewing on trouser buttons, only tailors can do that! It is dreadful;
    • was the cultural dread I met with in this man in the last third of
    • dread that at some point in the future such living heads would be
    • serious extent the etheric and astral heads do it already today. And
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • importance to the soul and spirit. People readily believe that in the
    • Already
    • already saw more deeply into things. It was more in the nature of a
    • was already a clearly established separation between the body and the
    • form a clear mental picture on reading the writings of Bacon of
    • such things in speaking about cultural phenomena. Read the first
    • of intellectualism that spreads itself around us, and within which
    • read Fichte or Schiller thoughtfully. You will find in their writings
    • want to enlarge upon it because already much that I have said is
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • Men have always had concepts but, as I have already explained to you,
    • the soul, as I have already explained, of becoming dead concepts. And
    • that was written down was read with the purpose of working upon the
    • there to be stored up, not to be read. The bulk is used only when a
    • Mysteries directed their pupils to another kind of reading. They
    • Learn to read them! Learn to read the mysteries that are inscribed in
    • spiritual world will the child be ready to receive from us tidings of



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