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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • costume; then, with a sudden jump, they adopted a kind of thinking,
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • intellect is the automatic momentum of thinking which continues long
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    • materialism affirm? It asserts that thinking is a product of the
    • brain. Modern thinking is a product of the brain. That is just the
    • secret — that modern thinking is a product of the brain. With
    • regard to modern thinking, materialism is quite right, but it is not
    • right about thinking as it was before the middle of the fifteenth
    • alive. Modern concepts are dead. Modern thinking is clever, but
    • were thinking — because thinking was a reality in the soul.
    • People are made to believe that thinking was always as it is today.
    • But modern thinking is a product of the brain; earlier thinking was
    • fact that present-clay thinking is dependent upon the brain. Such is
    • thinking which has evolved more and more since the fifteenth century
    • preserved some of the older kind of thinking) has quite definite
    • characteristics. The farther west we come the more does a thinking,
    • nothing new; all he has is the old kind of thinking and it is
    • at ease if he had to transfer himself into the thinking of the Vedas.
    • That kind of thinking made one tingle and the Westerners love dead
    • thinking, where one does not notice that one is thinking at all. The
    • Worlds was such that it made living thinking, not dead thinking, a
    • living human being, however, demands a living kind of thinking and
    • logical, abstract thinking, but even living thinking. You must not
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • thinking of these ideals he can work up the juices in his stomach in
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • statements were such that one might say: The thinking, which had been
    • thinking. For in acts of pure thinking, this thinking goes straight
    • thinking, by which I mean the unfolding of primary, original
    • strike directly into the thinking itself. But the lightning-flash of
    • call upon this pure thinking which becomes pure will; it arises as a
    • intellectual thinking presents itself as dead. People naturally will
    • thinking, out of which our whole modern civilization flows, bears the
    • same relation to living thinking as the corpse to the living human
    • thinking we have today is derived from the living thinking of an
    • dead thinking must have originated in a living thinking which was
    • thinking, and the receptacle of dead thinking.”
    • being has a thinking not yet entirely dead; but in process of dying.
    • It was only living thinking in pre-earthly existence. During the
    • modern man, since the first third of the fifteenth century, thinking
    • thinking. It was not always so in the evolution of mankind. If we go
    • back before the fifteenth century, it becomes evident that thinking
    • thinking which human beings today do not like because they feel as if
    • the thinking in it, too, should take a peaceful course so that all
    • thinking — that is just as if an ant-heap were let loose in
    • to endure living thinking. I am not saying this in order to
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VI
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    • be active during your stay here, many of you are thinking above all
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • third means to knowledge was what we might call thinking that aims at
    • thinking that aims at synthesis.
    • in thinking that aimed at synthesis and regarded what he was told by
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VIII
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    • thinking about Nature has become an impossibility for later science.
    • you only give yourself up to that passive thinking so specially loved today,
    • to that popular god-forsaken thinking of even a previous incarnation.
    • to bring activity into your thinking. You will never get on with
    • activity in thinking is awakened does not flash up. Through this
    • activity we must reconquer the divine nature of thinking.
    • only able to think passively, finding active thinking impossible. But
    • active thinking has no room for sleepy nor for intellectual dreaming.
    • One must keep in step with it and get one's thinking on the
    • move. The moment thinking is set in motion one goes with it. Then
    • energy to bring activity into their thinking. It often drives one to
    • despair. One often feels when demanding active thinking of anyone
    • is how people appear who do not wish to bring activity into thinking,
    • you have learnt to despise thinking, because it has met you only in
    • its passive form. This, however, is only head-thinking in which the
    • developing active thinking the whole human being in a way suited to
    • world. For through active thinking we are able to bring force into
    • our thinking — the force of a stout heart. If you do not seek
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    • matters where a judgment formed by active thinking is necessary,
    • and thinking and of letting beauty hold sway in their speaking.
    • beings have not yet developed an active enough thinking to formulate
    • which always remains passive, but the will which stirs thinking into
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    • without thinking. Everything just passes before them. They can remain
    • play of forces must begin to move freely. Not before thinking moves
    • are silent and only the activity of thinking is astir.
    • flow of thoughts. What I called pure thinking in my Philosophy of
    • moment when you have led thinking to a point where it need not be
    • called thinking any longer, because in a twinkling — in the
    • This rightly named pure thinking has at the same time become pure
    • far in your life of soul that you have freed thinking from outer
    • exercise in thinking only but also an exercise of the will, indeed an
    • only now, for the first time, that you can speak of thinking, as it
    • really have no right to speak of thinking as an activity of the head,
    • so on. But now you feel inwardly that you are no longer thinking so
    • artificially. You notice that as thinking becomes more and more an
    • forth this thinking from the extremity of your big toe! And if with
    • this pure thinking is, you will experience that a new man is born
    • the moment pure thinking is experienced as will, man's attitude
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    • ourselves from this kind of thinking, through developing what I spoke
    • of yesterday. We must purify our thinking and mould it, into will. To
    • this happens when we work our way through to pure thinking. I do not
    • Whoever works his way through to pure thinking as I have described in
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    • Today these ways of thinking are lacking, but only for a little more
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    • we must feel the full intensity of being surrounded by a thinking
    • the human being? With the ideas the most advanced kind of thinking
    • If we fill our soul with what our thinking has become through Nature,

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