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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture I: On Spengler's "Decline of the West"
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    • running on time; one who can to some degree see into the
    • appear in our time. It is a thick book and widely read, a book
    • costs ten times as much as in 1914. Books must always be
    • physics. This means that the time has begun when belief in
    • again and again how really serious the times are, and what a
    • mistake it is to sleep away this seriousness of the times.
    • post-Atlantean time we distinguish the Indian, Persian,
    • infancy, a time of maturity, and a time of aging, and then,
    • our own time, but always we have something which Oswald
    • initiation-wisdom of primeval times. And this initiation-wisdom
    • of primeval times, which was still mighty in India, inserted a
    • Egypto-Chaldean time. The seed could also be carried over into
    • time. And there it dries up.
    • remarks at the time of founding our movement was that, if you
    • initiation-wisdom which must begin in our time must, like the
    • should see through this. Now in our time no appeal is more
    • the superficial consciousness of the times. I had a talk with
    • paradoxical. But we live in a time when the old
    • everything is lost time today that is not willed out of the
    • wasting our time and strength in this way, we should apply
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture II: Oswald Spengler - I
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    • some time ago the first volume of Spengler's Decline
    • time. Here is a man who felt in much that is now active in the
    • likewise of many other people of the present time. What is to
    • thought depends at the present time. For such an
    • the time of Galileo and Copernicus. It shows first that man can
    • aware of this power in the thinking of our time know that this
    • obscure and mystical in the worst sense of our time, unless it
    • time ago — directly after the appearance of Oswald
    • “They hearkened to the laws of the cosmic time-beat in
    • emotions, it must seem that at that time nature reeled. In
    • time by saying that since the middle of the fifteenth century
    • our time, as he is inwardly, as observer of the outer world, we
    • must say that as human being he has at this precise time
    • the same time that he places both feet on the earth.
    • the same time an immeasurable deepening. The human waking
    • characteristic of our time.
    • he lives in time; he takes his stand in the “When”
    • the most prominent personalities of the present time, who,
    • contempt with which the soldiers and statesmen of all times
    • statesmen of all times have looked down on the scribbler and
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture III: Oswald Spengler - II
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    • author whom I discussed here the last time should really
    • thought-combinations he achieves are sometimes dazzling.
    • are in keeping with the spirit of the time, but he really has a
    • outwardly something to do in the world, turned, in later times
    • to the oracles, and in earlier times to what can be
    • the so-called men of action of that time were the instruments
    • to do with these events. Looking back into ancient times we
    • ancient times made the human being of that time unfree. Men's
    • be images. The thoughts of the humanity of earlier times were
    • came modern times. The thoughts of men lost their divine,
    • imaginations and inspirations of ancient times: he experienced
    • thought-substance. They acted upon human beings at that time
    • which was derived more or less from ancient times through
    • presented whose content was derived from ancient times, when
    • to the last third of the nineteenth; for during that time human
    • unconsciously in modern times. Human beings had themselves no
    • the secret societies of more recent times.
    • was possible in the time of Gabriel, because practically
    • life. In most recent times there has been much which has
    • today that people of the present time could do a vast amount of
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article I: Spengler's "Perspectives of World History"
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    • hardly be able to resist the conviction that in our times
    • lifeless, men saw for the first time what knowledge could
    • time when the human soul becomes simply a mirror,
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article II: The Flight From Thinking
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    • evaluating that period of time in which human evolution
    • agnosticism of modern times is taken with such complete
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article III: Spengler's Physiognomic View of History
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    • physiognomic time-beat, is the resolution of the
    • guides his physiognomic time-beat he can depict brilliantly the
    • was he at times a Manichaean, but he remained so even as a
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article IV: Spengler's Spirit-Deserted History
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    • creating in time. For Spengler that which works itself
    • facts.” Certainly Spengler is ten times right in thus
    • every spring-time has been the Estate in the most
    • time must find, out of the deepest inner sources, the true
    • with which there emerges for the first time in human history
    • present time the beginning of a period which will fetch history
    • free will this will not become history! May a time come when a
    • Rather let us hope that a time may come in which what the



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