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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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    • less within our understanding today than at the time these lectures
    • transmitter of substance. We may time and again consult one single
    • group of young people in whom an active current — sometimes
    • meaning of education. Destiny spoke throughout their sometimes heated
    • and seeds of spirit sown. Eventually — in good time and
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • specific way in which they are working at the present time, are of
    • three decades. In our present time, many things clash.
    • relic of the Middle Ages is surviving on into the present time. It is
    • Since that time, Middle Europe lost the spiritual, lost the element
    • lack of thought, lack of sound sentiments, lack of will, which are
    • for a long time and still exists at the present day.
    • in with the times. They are confronted by thoughts that are void of
    • those times this was the customary way of refuting truths. But now —
    • unsuitable by the most famous scientific periodical of the time, the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • science. It is sometimes necessary to express such things
    • bolstered-up creature. True, as time has gone on, libraries and
    • olden times human beings were young and grew old in a more natural
    • the first time. Since the fifteenth century the earth has been new.
    • century the earth has become new for the first time. Before then
    • because at that time there was still something in the souls which led
    • found nothing yet that leads out of the Nothingness. At one time the
    • had in olden times with the spiritual world. This was inevitable
    • occur somewhat earlier than the time when the old inheritance had
    • Nothingness could not, at the time of that Event, have been there.
    • the present time has an incalculable amount. Intelligence, intellect,
    • time. One can give terribly intelligent answers to questions like:
    • the time of Golgotha it was not necessary for human beings to
    • be investigated for the first time in the nineteenth century. And so
    • first time, in the last third of the nineteenth century it became
    • time in the historical evolution of mankind there must be an
    • earth. In earlier times this was grasped with ancient powers of the
    • which, out of the forces of the present time, is working in us? How
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • importance only to what he experiences consciously, from the time he
    • wakes up in the morning until the time he goes to sleep at night. He
    • was it not always so? Did human beings in earlier times include in
    • beyond the time of the fifteenth century, before the age I attempted
    • to describe radically to you yesterday. What men of that time said
    • times and you will find, when men spoke of “salt,”
    • of that time man did not experience in salt, sulphur, or phosphorus
    • this knowledge as a basis we cannot understand earlier times. Later
    • sleeping consciousness can he work upon himself. And in olden times
    • spiritual men had for a long time replaced this by another method of
    • the present time when one considers the development of civilization
    • and the ideas of nature evolved in “childish” times. No
    • that time and what effect has a modern book? The modern book may be
    • century. At that time man did not think only with the brain but with
    • that time gave the same impression as an ant-hill, they were all
    • more they love it. In earlier times people felt a tingling when they
    • time has come when people confess that a millwheel is revolving in
    • necessity. A short time ago a professor at a University who is said
    • work upon themselves. With the concepts we evolve from the time of
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • nineteenth century makes it eminently necessary that men, as time
    • century was a time of tremendous significance for the spiritual
    • follower of Schopenhauer at the time he made Nietzsche's
    • Greeks, the art they cultivated in the time of their prime was the
    • was not so, because in his time he failed to find the impulse which
    • to belong to his own times. He was forced to admit: “My ideals
    • his time. But these ideals seemed to him impotent and unable to grasp
    • ideals in common with my time.” This was a tragic discovery
    • the state of the ethical impulses of the time. Paul Rée's
    • time. People forget how they put labels on things. They speak of good
    • ethical sediment of the times in this book and with this he agreed.
    • on. But time and again Nietzsche himself abandoned his own views.
    • will always feel after a time that you must brush it aside. You will
    • say only pleasant things; I must sometimes say things which will not
    • 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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    • I wanted to show that the time has come, if morality is
    • was published at a time when it was universally said that at last it had
    • earlier times people also spoke of moral intuitions, that is to say,
    • have known what was meant. In earlier times they would have known
    • the moral impulses of that time were bound up with what was divine.
    • Moral impulses of that time can no longer be regarded as moral
    • us consider the moral intuitions of olden times. History has become
    • how the life of soul developed from the earliest times until the
    • first third of the fifteenth century. But if we go back in time and
    • earlier times the outer man received moral impulses from outside. Now
    • times themselves there had to be born a kind of Philosophy of
    • opposition to the times.
    • pre-earthly existence had for a long time been wiped out. Western
    • civilization had lost it in very early times. So that in the West
    • earlier time. But upon sound reflection I must say to myself: “This
    • is quite dead by the time of puberty. It is then the corpse of living
    • since that time that an inorganic natural science could arise,
    • the first time man could grasp what is dead in the way striven for
    • science easy for modern man. For his thinking is dead by the time of
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VI
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    • For a long time existence before the descent into a physical earthly
    • times primeval until today, that the answer to these world-questions
    • there sounds over to us from ancient times when school, church and
    • we picture the moral evolution of man up to the time when it became
    • not just in this form. Certainly, of former times too one could say
    • you see how in our times we have a parting of the ways! It becomes
    • down from former times out of old moral impulses, there stands the
    • ancient times, has said should be carried on into the future. It
    • times in three months, Nature will ruin some particular crop on the
    • everything brought forth by our own time is kept far from the realm
    • life. This was so in olden times. The human being was a totality:
    • everyday life. In olden times all moral life was a special part of
    • commandments were given at the same time.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • also from time to time be able to carry tiredness around within us.
    • children, so that the children laugh all the time, so that learning
    • is play and at the same time they are learning something. This is the
    • Tiredness existed among the young in earlier times, too, when they
    • kind of knowledge. I mean times when those possessing a certain
    • appears to many as unrealizable. For, at the present time, it is
    • leaving out ancient times, this feeling was still present in a high
    • at the time referred to, innumerable forces yearned for activity and
    • chapter written at that time, by an Albertus Magnus, for instance.
    • having cause for annoyance. At that time I used to be mixing in all
    • intoxication of those times is beginning in some degree to be
    • same time of the nature of remembrance. Where tradition is concerned,
    • is at the bottom of all this? In olden times men understood the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VIII
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    • idea of what gave the tone to the cultural life of the time. The
    • century. We find then something that for the very first time caused
    • day and the souls of that time. I am speaking of some souls only.
    • among humanity who at that time grasped thought in such a way that
    • Realists still had a vivid recollection of ancient times when men
    • century, being reincarnations from the time before the year 333 from
    • character of concepts, having lived previously at the time of the
    • souls reincarnated from the time before the Mystery of Golgotha. Out
    • utterance but was felt by outstanding souls of that time. The Gods
    • later times, we find them to be those who in their previous
    • time in which souls were incarnated who could no longer hear from
    • time as of a later one. He drew his thoughts from external
    • times did not work with such intensity and inwardness in any other
    • who do not merely study the course of time in an unimaginative
    • I mean for the external science of the times following his; for
    • Certainly at that time science was not at its zenith. But that is
    • doing nothing and had apparently done nothing for a long time. But he
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IX
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    • soul — and the consciousness soul which since that time has
    • from this at the present time — we cannot find the bridge
    • cannot be known before we reach a certain time in life, that is,
    • At that time there could never have been a youth movement in the
    • In the earliest of those times it was definitely realized that no one
    • that time it was known among older people, especially if they wanted
    • this is all upside-down, because what in earlier times was demanded
    • the super-sensible of those who are grown-up. At that time the concept
    • time may today arouse a sense of antipathy because of its division
    • schools which were the only educational institutions in the time
    • quite unintelligible. But at that time it was self-understood that
    • only in the course of time that grammar has become the present
    • pseudo-scientific monstrosity. In those times grammar was not at all
    • young for a time witness what one could do, was the right acquired to
    • astronomy and music, to music as it was conceived of at that time,
    • fluency of speech. But the times were such that this branch of
    • most excellently. Even at the time when Curtius was teaching it would
    • of instruction given to the young of earlier times, with the result
    • itself. It has been put for a long time, for decades, but human
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • drew attention to how in earlier times the teacher took his start
    • rightly because spiritual achievements, even in the time of ancient
    • Grecian times quite other concepts must be used. Nietzsche felt this.
    • time of Socrates. In Socrates he saw the first flicker of pure
    • convey what was experienced. In the earliest times philosophy was
    • at the time of puberty. I have discussed this fully in my book The
    • thus about the time when he was changing his teeth, and how puzzling
    • Goethe something always happened during such times fundamentally to
    • ancient times, six thousand, seven thousand years before the Mystery
    • times it was so, especially among those who concerned themselves with
    • at that time, there was the desire to get old because it was felt
    • unconsciously what is for a later time; this requires him to
    • changes; the length of time is not pedantically exact, but
    • time something happened in me by which I learnt something which out
    • earlier times men were not free in their organization, destined as
    • modern object lesson is said to be behind the times. But one has to
    • This rightly named pure thinking has at the same time become pure
    • perception, it has become at the same time pure will. You hover with
    • only now, for the first time, that you can speak of thinking, as it
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XI
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    • Sometimes people dispense with the head, and then they write down
    • could revere. They had this experience at the right time of life. And
    • sentimentally or with the slightest tinge of mysticism, but rather as
    • ourselves, the most we can do is sometimes to believe — because
    • that time he would certainly have lost himself! There is too little
    • time, however, he had an incurable dread of this, for he felt that
    • poet's dream and then he said he thought the time would come
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • first time human ego meets human ego in an intercourse of soul that
    • itself to their senses was at the same time spiritual. Naturally,
    • truth is that outer Nature draws it forth. In olden times men saw the
    • Athene and densifying, so that in olden times it would have seemed
    • times.
    • ancient times men were able to experience the sense-world as having
    • was the perception in more ancient times; the gaze of the human being
    • movements. And it would never have occurred to the men of that time
    • same time more intense. In a certain sense human beings looked
    • spirit by the time mummification was practised. Formerly men would
    • among the Greeks — and actually into our own time — there
    • good for all of you that at the present time, in so much as we have
    • experienced their own times have frightened eyes. These frightened
    • lived most deeply in their own times as having frightened eyes, an
    • suffering from the great cultural disease of modern times,
    • time will come when we shall no longer need to talk about education.
    • the fiftieth time by a traveling company when the director said: “Now
    • that we have performed this for the fiftieth time, the prompter's
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • the whole of Dante's great poem. Then came the time when
    • more ancient times men played a part in producing the dragon, but
    • consider the picture of the dragon; in olden times it had a prophetic
    • meaning and pointed to what would come in the future. But olden times
    • of reality just at this time! It was created in ancient times because
    • the universal death through warmth, but will at some time actually
    • time become real, to the highest degree. When we penetrate into the
    • stand before us; for the first time it has become our essential
    • concern as man. In olden times this picture was still seen in
    • dear friends, in olden times when an atavistic clairvoyance was still
    • centers, which were at the same time church, school, and center of
    • activity. What the human being carries in his head will in time be



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