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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • everything which is said will have Anthroposophy itself as a
    • agricultural problems. But what we shall say to-day of things
    • discuss the principles of Economics involved. These things must
    • or in anything else so long as people do not realise that this
    • is mere talk and nothing more; one must go back to the practical
    • it comes to other things. The turnip is regarded as growing
    • surroundings. And thus in practical life many things are
    • spiritual insight, to discover things which can be
    • would do nothing of the sort and preferred to go by Professor
    • physico-chemical constituents, but of something which lies
    • but it actually is the case in regard to many things in life.
    • these things are not noticed, because the social phenomenon
    • that everything on earth is only a reflection of what takes
    • general the first thing we have to take into account is the
    • nearly one half of everything on the earth. And vet so
    • would be useless and yield nothing of any food value. It is
    • everything siliceous contains forces that come, not from the
    • let us turn to the plants themselves. There are two things to
    • used for food, which do nothing but reproduce themselves, we
    • is to him something abstract consisting of oxygen,
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • words, everything that is needed to bring forth agricultural
    • Anything brought in from outside, such as manure and the like,
    • farm should be able to bring forth from itself everything that
    • thing. As long as we neglect the inner nature and essence
    • of things and regard them only from their outer material
    • being something purely mineral into which at the best organic
    • of breathing and circulation which work up into the head. Under
    • other hand, everything that takes place within the earth, under
    • The first and foremost thing to know about clay is that it
    • These things will take on a very different aspect in future
    • They become “more dead,” they lose something of
    • the new thing that is built up is always the image of some
    • A B C of everything concerning the growth of the plant
    • the primitive species which then existed. Nowadays these things
    • these things. Humanity has no other alternative before it
    • Earth? but he hardly knows anything of what happens
    • are things which will have to become understood and known.
    • Those who are interested in these things should try to examine
    • things apply especially to embryonic life). The light*
    • the forms of things we shall see in what sense an agricultural
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • us therefore start with carbon. The bearing which these things
    • in carbon nowadays is something with which to heat their
    • ovens (coal) or something with which to write graphite. Its
    • like a palm tree, the breathing process wrenches it out of its
    • But the main thing is that the etheric element is in both cases
    • is this that gives meaning to the breathing process. When
    • senses. Once it has entered into us through breathing, it comes
    • can it be anything else. But every science which limits itself
    • have the human process of breathing, represented in man by the
    • There is, indeed, something very wonderful about
    • we have an insight into the breathing process. When he
    • earth not only comes to life but becomes something which has a
    • pours out over everything a living web of sensitive lire. Above
    • all nitrogen knows all those secrets of which we know nothing
    • handling of nitrogen something is done which is of enormous
    • the meantime, there is, however, one thing more to be
    • lived on a farm, but wished to remain independent of everything
    • spirit transformed into something physical. After a time, the
    • fact dissolves everything.
    • They are therefore something quite different from which
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • Everything was very scientific — it was all
    • nutrition of anything living.
    • important thing about nutrition was what one ate every
    • and the breathing in a highly-attenuated state and only becomes
    • etc.” is quite wrong. It should run: “Breathing,
    • science is unable to understand certain things even when they
    • these things are to be rightly handled, it is necessary to gain
    • make quite a wrong use of things if we do not understand their
    • as strange that I should place these two things side by side,
    • in something already alive. Fundamentally all plant
    • something further which must “be understood. One must
    • enter into a personal relationship with everything that comes
    • inner side of every living thing has. not only streams of force
    • There is something which expresses very exactly although in a
    • living things mutually support one another in Nature. This
    • fragrance of flowers which is diffused and which is something
    • to all these things, only then are we really one with
    • the main thing to understand is that manuring and the like must
    • The best way to approach these things will be to take the most
    • remains of dead beasts, etc. These things should by no
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • been made. And only those things should be opposed, If I may
    • not something which it is important to implant or breed: one
    • thoughts on these things should weave within the whole
    • in manure, either solid or liquid — indeed anything
    • explained yesterday, but with other things as well. It is not
    • shall mention various things, but wish to emphasise that in
    • structure) the main thing is that this potash content shall be
    • have given for yarrow, we have therefore something fundamental
    • living world, we have something which only needs to be exposed
    • but you must remember that many things which have at first
    • thing we usually want to stroke it: I refer to the stinging
    • things. It, too, bears that within it, which introduces the
    • it really had some nous. It will not allow anything to decay in
    • especially its bark. In the bark, we have something which is at
    • substance contains something which, when it is added to our
    • still need something, however, which will attract silicic acid
    • are certain things constantly going on around us of which
    • science knows nothing. If people knew something about them it
    • would be easier for them to accept such things as I have been
    • thinker will exclaim: “But you have told us nothing of
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • starting-point of experiments, may lead on to something
    • those things which we have been discussing during the
    • to take these things into account. Ignorance of the cosmic
    • not the only thing which reaches the Earth. Together with the
    • (Everything that affects the Moon is reflected. And though this
    • strength. If something to be grown is placed in the soil at new
    • this alone does not help us any further. For, as things are,
    • nothing to stop its influence. Furthermore, in wet years
    • things were contained in the old instinctive husbandry.
    • wisdom. From what I have said, you can see that these things
    • — obtains that everything must be verified, I urge you to
    • put these things to the test. If you carry through the
    • things are practicable. I look at it in this way: the truths of
    • certainly ought to have known that things can be true in and
    • For we know things inwardly, i.e., that they are true through
    • how these things work out. Let us take an old friend of the
    • These things have been done, or at any rate they have been
    • field-mouse and skin it. The main thing is to get this skin
    • influences. We have to undertake something quite definite with
    • nematode, we have something very abnormal. If one enquires into
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • things are neatly sorted and fitted into genera and species, as
    • though they were being put into boxes. But things are not like
    • being as a whole, all things are in mutual interaction. One
    • thing is always being affected by another. In these
    • interaction are noted, such as when one thing is eaten or
    • fruit tree — apple, pear or plum — is something
    • A thing like that does not, of course, exist in the soil, but such
    • thing is true of the grubs.
    • vegetable world, for in every plant there lives something that
    • course of the development of the earth something very wonderful
    • things are connected; the world of winged animals and all that
    • and the farmer should know something about the breeding and
    • must repeat this again and again — everything, everything
    • very wide area, will have to be undertaken by something quite
    • other things which — and that is why I have expounded
    • and learned through their feelings how to go about things; and
    • Anthroposophy is by no means something clever and intellectual
    • wisdom in all things and not be content merely to learn
    • we should introduce this knowledge into everything; then one
    • — and to see things in Nature as they really are. We
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • of combustion in the organism. But no such thing takes place
    • the organism means something quite different from a process of
    • something different from a quartz crystal, so what is
    • something which is living and even sentient. The mere fact of
    • something which does not fit in with what is going on in
    • Here something of great importance takes place. I have
    • breathing. What the animal eats serves only to stimulate its
    • collecting it. If animals feed in the right way on the things
    • course, things must be ordered in such a way that the circuit
    • case is different. But the main thing is to know the directions
    • a fanatical view of things. Under our present economic
    • moment something like this is put forward and you know how
    • things really are and their true connections, you will know
    • We immediately think of flaxseed (linseed) or something
    • every single thing, we must know what happens to it when it
    • in the direction of breathing and the metabolic
    • to prove effectual. The same thing happens in farming. People
    • any better. Because of the circumstances, something which ought
    • Something similar to this happens when one experiments
    • for fattening stock. But the whole thing has become so
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Appendix
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    • have the poppies destroyed. It is such things as these which
    • farmers for they have experience in the things which are
    • restricted a sphere, because the vital process is something
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Contents
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Preface
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    • methods and their application and took things in hand
    • could have around them the things and processes to which the
    • the things which he connected with conversations on
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 12th June, 1924.
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    • is no doubt that stirring by hand is something quite different
    • prepared by hand or not. Man imparts something to the things he
    • generally in the usual way they would lose something
    • do wonders. If. however, the thing is done merely then the
    • great thing is that the ingredients should be thoroughly
    • plants will bear long halms with nothing on them.
    • The forces of foreign horns might work against the things in
    • of rain, this is something which only further research can
    • seed formation. We could, of course, do something by making the
    • is made? Would it be necessary to do something to preserve the
    • whether this has any ill-effects. But the obvious thing is to
    • wither and die. These are simple facts. These things that are
    • We enter upon a state in which such things can become
    • obvious today as they were in the past when these things were
    • constantly moving about among people who disregard such things.
    • therefore hesitate to talk freely of such. thing's before a
    • one can do such things. The period lying between the middle of
    • Among the many things, which, as a young man, I
    • things that touch their lives. Such a book could have been a
    • real thing has been lost. Forty or fifty years ago this was not
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 13th June, 1924.
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    • All these things are so connected that it is not good to take
    • “tradition” so to speak, anything can serve
    • to freshen it up. But if you go on too long, the same thing
    • thing is the generation of heat in the manure, for the activity
    • opinions and nothing more. Nobody knows whether they have been
    • something harmful among the hay, but I believe that in that
    • thing to remember. When preparing a product for a particular
    • After all, medicines are usually poisonous. The important thing
    • curious thing to hear emphasis being laid upon the harmfulness
    • allowed to grow anything?
    • is quite a good thing for something, even cultivated
    • important thing is that the preparation should be
    • completely shut in by the manure. The whole thing depends upon
    • ANSWER: Remember what I said. I said: The essential thing
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 14th June, 1924.
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    • that really we have no right to ask whether things are
    • of civilisation there have been periods when such things were
    • be prepared to do something concrete for 'this moral
    • mischief that might arise. In Nature itself, things which are
    • only to say what things are. The question of what they ought to
    • bull-headedly against everything would surely only bring harm
    • bladders, but how many things that are difficult are not done
    • attempt to use anything except the bladder of some animal. I
    • anything organic is dealt with, but it need not come into our
    • everything. If they have proved their value they should be
    • tend nowadays to judge things after too short periods of trial.
    • should watch these things carefully. Everything is being
    • Nature. Unless it is incorporated in something else you
    • should not put anything completely lifeless, like a
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 16th June, 1924.
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    • different if these things are carried further and further. It
    • so that people simply do not know how certain things
    • Whenever anything new appears, it is usually regarded at
    • use the thing. It is strange how, when something new appears,
    • thing in the world which ought to be introduced into a living
    • repulsive measures when there is nothing to be repelled, the
    • ANSWER: The great thing here is to find a certain optimum and
    • as to submit everything it absorbs to the most varied changes.
    • Everything that enters into an organism must be changed. This
    • Nothing that comes into the living organism from outside
    • something else. This process takes place to the least extent m
    • ANSWER: The main thing about an inner attitude is whether it is
    • about these things. In my lecture to-day I pointed out that we
    • can know something and then actually see it before us. We can
    • connections that exist between things. Suppose you draw a fish
    • out of the sea and kill it. Then you have killed something. You
    • vast amount of life. This is something quite different from
    • different level. If something in Nature passes on towards a
    • .it, but I rather think the best thing to do is to rub in a



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