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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • development brought about in the souls of these pupils through the
    • about life's phenomena and have no idea what the true origin of
    • never perceived. Only people who are especially ignorant about certain
    • with idle talk about the Christmas festival and our own feelings, but
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • little ossicle. Only the foot with which you walk about is coarsely
    • your legs you walk about on Earth. And — if you will forgive my
    • Earth, it is also true that the moral effects which are brought about
    • earthly life. To understand man fully, all that we perceive about him
    • with our senses needs to be penetrated with ideas about the
    • but we could not walk. Similar things would need to be said about the
    • connected with it. Suppose it is your intention to learn about the
    • about the forms or the functions. You go to a University and listen to
    • what is said there about the eye or ear; or you read it for yourself.
    • understanding of the word Tree comes about; and how the ear is an
    • about three days. The period varies; you can read about this in my
    • could at most talk about it on the very next day. Afterwards it would
    • about the spiritual worlds. But why need we know all these things
    • about the experiences between death and a new birth? When we die we
    • will grow and grow, until it comes about once more that only he who is
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • questions about nature, about the cosmos and the entire world, about
    • educated, there should be no need whatsoever to speak about love of
    • spoken about during these years, this is in itself something that
    • about it. It is not the objective damage but the pain of it that
    • increases as we think more about it. In certain respects, the very
    • can, not to think about it. Now there develops in young people just
    • adaptation to the conditions brought about through the freeing of the
    • he can bring about such a formulation in class, and he must be able to
    • modern civilization who, out of anti-social impulses, shout about
    • people make such an outcry about social matters is because men are
    • What we have spoken about here today is of the utmost pedagogical
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • what is discovered by super-sensible vision about the real being of
    • better) of Spirit in general — in order to learn to speak about
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • knows about himself becomes more and more abstract. But behind
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • And at last men lost the power even to speak about the Monads —
    • are real. Their expression as Soul comes about because these
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • that what I am about to say could serve many a listener as a means to
    • destiny in what I am about to describe.
    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • belief in the external and material and what the mind concludes about
    • from super-sensible worlds is something that comes about quite of
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • specific about what part of him was involved, since there can be no
    • perfectly clear about the will's intense involvement in all such
    • — a life one may, on occasion, complain about there; one now
    • people find anthroposophy a rewarding subject to write about; these
    • to write about, and not everybody has one inside him, so it has to be
    • exists to complain about any of the various institutions, or if there
    • subject, though they are what is most talked about. But enemies
    • but discussions about it have to be based on studying its methods and
    • background is in no position to carry on a debate about anthroposophy
    • people of our time are not about to let themselves in for any such
    • and they don't want to hear a word about developing. But neither
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • set about learning his history? He thinks of the men who have lived
    • friends, that I have no hesitation in speaking about certain results
    • condition of life? What has Spiritual Science to say about this? I
    • of the souls who were incarnated in Asia round about the time
    • were living in Asia, in Asia Minor and in Africa about the time of
    • Our task today is not only to speak about the spirit, but to bring
    • That is one thing that may be said about the rejection of the
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • something it wants to say about this feeling becoming an inner
    • anthroposophy cannot speak about the super-sensible being of man in
    • certain that speaking about it in that way would not satisfy
    • is convinced that certain inter-relationships exist about which
    • knowledge I would like to tell you more about today, namely an inner
    • whole men of present times have very little desire to know about what
    • unconsciously within us. Something we have to learn about the
    • experience in active thinking we are constantly bringing about a
    • imprinting does not bring about an enlivening process but a process
    • self-discipline of the will I was speaking about: become actively
    • had an instinctive quality about it during this epoch,
    • order to think about things consciously and experience their
    • natural science have befogged them; they should think about their own
    • thinking, and then they will make a remarkable discovery about the
    • sources about the evolution of the physical body. But, when their
    • find the spirit again in our materialistic world, is about to enter
    • Christianity arose, the teachings about Christ Jesus came out
    • but with their anthroposophy they tell us all kinds of things about
    • mankind's evolution, even about cosmic facts of a spiritual nature.
    • spoken to you about what mankind is longing for. And it was this very
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • never bring about mutual understanding between the peoples. To travel
    • such things, a great deal may be conjectured about the inner being of
    • East has to say about the connection of man with the Divine as
    • breathing and blood circulation; he has brought this about by dint of
    • of all the great philosophers who, having thought about Nature and
    • from them what they have to say about man's connection with the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • learns about existence in conformity with today's thinking as it is
    • world facts and world beings. We construct hypotheses about the
    • teaching about mechanical heat, he constructs hypotheses about the
    • must hold fast to the current way of thinking about natural
    • all that the individual has experienced about himself. For our
    • ordinary memory is brought about in a purely soul-spiritual way
    • Whoever thinks honestly about
    • Kantian philosophy, he learnt much from Kant about theoretic
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • about the wonderful impressions he had also received of what
    • can be said about the people of earlier times. What men felt
    • about the reversal of man's path. This reversal was indicated
    • When I was once in Hermannstadt about Christmastime I found
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • lectures I have been permitted to give here. I spoke then about man's
    • in the way it comes about on earth in the human soul it has nothing to
    • want to add something about the processes mentioned then. I know that
    • different about it.” My dear friends, if I tell you what an
    • tell you about him in the bosom of his family. The two things go
    • experience in backward order what you have brought about since last you
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • word itself we confess our inability to say anything about these forces.
    • admit that, taking what can be learned about the experiences of the soul
    • knowledge at his disposal, be expected to speak in any other way about
    • about dreams in daytime consciousness with the ordinary means of
    • we have a knowledge about sleep itself by some other means. He who truly
    • with swimming; we are, so to speak, moving about in a general,
    • without question? Why does he want to try to philosophize about it all?
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
    • About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
    • If we succeed in bringing about a contact through the special psychic
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • speculation brought about by a small number of definite
    • — This crisis, therefore, was really brought about by
    • different; and not to state anything about Man's free will,
    • laws whatever in a position to state anything about the free
    • condition of things such as had come about towards the year
    • come about, that such a thing is possible? It has come about
    • goods-market. This emancipation dates from about the
    • came about through money having become what I might call an
    • which people to a very large extent think about economic problems to-day,
    • they really think about these things only so far as to take into account
    • to say, about the connection between strikes and any
    • does it come about — one might ask — that people
    • It is not a case of making ‘regulations’ about
    • crisis has been brought about by men's utter frivolity of mind,
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • at headquarters; they must know all about it! — And so,
    • impossible. The point about what you find in the Roots of the
    • — that is to say if one really thinks about actual
    • technician, they go hawking about the old, old party
    • earnest about what we may term the
    • necessary for mankind to know about the Threefold question.
    • to us, asking for information about some point or other. They
    • are always asking for information about this point or that.
    • not dealing with what most people talk about under that name.
    • Most people, in talking about the social question, talk about
    • what should be done with this or that institution, about the
    • sees, what the social question really is, if one looks about
    • well; but they fancy, that some miracle will come about, and
    • being ‘quite enthusiastic’ about it.
    • else about it is, that well-meaning people keep coming and
    • eye on existing conditions. All this roundabout talk leads
    • ever saying, ‘But how about this, and how about thatl! for
    • regrettable that so little has been said about the Threefold
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • problems through faith, about which I intend to make neither
    • penetrating and profound knowledge about the two problems.
    • makes pronouncements about its findings, and then reaches its
    • the unconscious ego. He speaks about all sorts of things that
    • looking at the title of a book about mollusks? I close my eyes
    • way more recently, the moment I see the book about mollusks,
    • the book I knew nothing about a barrel organ playing, it simply
    • of the characteristic things about the science of spirit is
    • detailed information about these matters can be found, I have
    • What is characteristic about this is that such activity should
    • have no wish to speak about all the rubbish he has said
    • longer, or at least thinks about something else, but yet he
    • about the fundamentals of what the true science of spirit
    • statements about the science of spirit. With this one
    • to enter the spiritual world comes about. This is what I call
    • order to enter the spiritual world, or that talk about the
    • about such matters can come only from those who have never
    • talk about losing oneself in this or the other, but only by
    • world about various kinds of societies because their members
    • then he only speaks eternally about spirit, and perhaps even
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • about history is the enthusiasm it stimulates.”
    • that it is not the knowledge we acquire about the course of
    • to form judgments about what is going on around us. In such
    • embracing judgment about their country. It is most interesting
    • his comprehensive judgment about the history of the German
    • nation. The other is Wilson, who at about the same time gave a
    • about the American nation. It is interesting to compare these
    • wonderful statement of Rabindranath Tagore about the
    • German historian, came to about his own German nation. He has
    • can go back to a period which came to an end in about the third
    • leads me to say what I have to say about him.
    • of Wilson speaking in his lectures about the American people.
    • about history in general, where he gives his opinion as
    • about how history should be studied and how he looked at the
    • statements he makes about the Americans hit home. He says
    • indicated here several months ago in a lecture about how the
    • want comes about, how your mental images lead to movement in
    • unconsciously, they sought their information about social
    • sagas, pictures. And they knew more about the impulses to be
    • Karl Lamprecht can occasionally come about through instinct,
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • feeling not for theorising about the spirit but they should
    • shall just speak about it in that sense without giving names.
    • employees of the Daimler works. And now he talks about this
    • over the page he launches into a perfect sermon about it
    • facts of the case He has no dis8rimination about the way in
    • when what spiritual science has to say about social
    • of materialism, And what is so often. said now about this
    • his experiences to speak about the animal kingdom, assume
    • the temerity to speak about the spirit out of real knowledge
    • something about the spiritual world — before we come to
    • but they were deeds brought about by these spiritual beings.
    • of modern man. Much of what was formerly said about man is
    • But if anyone comes along and speaks about social affairs
    • about. I might ask whether this tendency ia really trying
    • would be easier not to talk about these things. But we are
    • given — and if you don't think about it you can let it
    • things theoretically, which teach us nothing about taking the
    • School something has been embarked upon about which it cannot
    • ourselves about the right thing being done to promote this
    • alone bring about what is fruitful who speak of what is true
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • want to speak to you about the cultural life of our present
    • time; and especially about the basis of the work we are doing
    • about by means of those new methods of obtaining spiritual
    • men must not have a feeling merely for theories about the
    • present day have still very very much to learn about these
    • about present materialism, for if we do not realise how we
    • statements about the animal kingdom; suppose be wished to
    • into the social order can any true reconstruction come about.
    • dreaded more than pronouncement about the Threefold nature of
    • not speak of the Spirit? This has come about again as a
    • Chemistry, Physics, to speak about except “materiel
    • brought about materialism are the Ecclesiastical powers of
    • affirming at the same time something about the spiritual
    • about to-day.
    • Graeco-Latin period, which lasted until about the middle of
    • able to hear the truth about these matters to-day, it would
    • times about man is false if it is repeated to-day. To-day
    • when we read about methods of education which are not yet
    • man does not speak about the Christ. He ought to speak in a
    • not bother any more about it; but it is necessary at the
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • like to speak about today will be best explained if I start
    • about the consciousness of humanity in the forward evolution
    • picture includes all that there is to be said about that
    • have been invented about all kinds of gravitational forces
    • astrophysics have to tell us today about the
    • mystical matters are being talked about, knows quite well
    • about these inner souls experiences, he knows that he has
    • ourselves partly brought them about. Between these two
    • about it. Their ignorance can be compared to the belief which
    • Copernicus about the revolutions of the heavenly bodies in
    • and perverse about accepting what spiritual science has to
    • forget everything that may be known about academic
    • speaking to him about aesthetics and Carriere — who was a
    • It also comes about that men when they are only 20 or 21
    • great deal of abstract talking today about the ages or
    • something interesting about it. And he came to see me with
    • development it has come about that in past centuries the
    • different. That will not however, be for about three or four
    • be brought about and then substituted at the right time by
    • about humanity, but only when a real effort is made to
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  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • in Sinai. Let's remind ourselves about our contemplation of the
    • successive time intervals. Yesterday we spoke about the Rishis,
    • certainly knew how to speak about the highest spiritual Beings
    • Despite that however they could be taught about the higher
    • planes knew about the higher planes.
    • about the higher worlds, because they could consciously live
    • when he announced the laws, if we only think abstractly about
    • occult image. This has to be thought about or otherwise no real
    • because every error about the “I”-in-you will
    • body. Errors about the ruler of the highest divine in you
    • the Second Commandment: “The error about the
    • about actual outward action which really sprouts from what had
    • men by telling untruths about them. - Not only through deeds
    • untruths about the “I” of another. Whoever states
    • an untruth about the “I” of another, does not
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • this knowledge. Not much was known about the knowledge or the activities
    • of these Initiates, or about the places where they worked. Those whom
    • a man might receive a letter intended to bring about action of some
    • might be about something, perhaps a request, which had nothing to do
    • clearly what they were writing about. This kind of writing may indeed
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • for what we are told about the higher worlds is not mere theory, unrelated
    • worry about the knowledge of higher worlds so long we are good men and
    • basis. To preach morality is like preaching to a stove about its duty
    • bad thoughts about another than to see him inflicting physical harm.
    • a solid foundation for it. If we speak the truth about our neighbour,
    • and lends him strength and vigour. If I speak lies about him, I pour
    • has been written about this saying, but to the pupil its true meaning
    • wants to know something about Caesar: he will take some little incident
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • body extends about two-and-a-half times the length of the head beyond
    • in Kamaloka? For about one-third of the length of his past life. If
    • which have not been transmuted. This corpse continues to hover about
    • difficulties to face if, when he is about to reincarnate, he finds his
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • the Bull; before that in the constellation of the Twins, and about
    • incarnations is in fact about 1,000 years. It is not true that there is
    • physical life on Earth bring about real experiences there. The inwardness
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • know a little about the nature of Devachan; now we have to ask how the
    • bliss of Devachan comes about. Most of the activity there is creative,
    • and a tropical climate prevailed. Who is it that brings all this about?
    • transformation of the Earth. Hence it is man himself who brings about
    • interval of about I,000 years between death and the next incarnation,
    • about, in process of dissolution. The astral corpse of a highly developed
    • Time and space hardly matter to these beings because they can move about
    • why the germinal human beings dart about with such enormous speed is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • he can convince himself that in Theosophy the truth about life is to
    • absorbed in building up the physical body. At about the seventh year the
    • it is to find the right ones! If a child asks questions about life
    • of karma says we can bring about favourable consequences in our next
    • can do nothing about it. Just as the merchant is not hindered by his
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • about the workings of the law of karma through individual human lives.
    • our destiny come about and why are we born with talents and circumstances
    • we shall have to look back again at what has been said about man's four
    • anything about Theosophy; think of the new ideas you have acquired and
    • himself. He does a lot of thinking, particularly about the way in which
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • does occult science have to say about the origin of conscience?
    • felt that there was something wrong about this, and the fruits of this
    • about evil, illness and pain cannot be answered without knowledge of
    • this change will bring about a condition of moral holiness on Earth. But
    • several particular questions about karma which are often asked. What is
    • see, are thus secretly at work to bring about the complicated patterns
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • recall what has been said about the being of man. Man has seven members:
    • about successive incarnations; the teacher said only, “Learn the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • men could roam about were embedded like islands in the water; but the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • Indian culture. No poetry or tradition tells us about this it is known
    • about the form of human society from his own inner life. The Roman went
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • is it for me to hear about occult things from others when I cannot see
    • a whole story. A student, for instance, may dream about a duel and all
    • to progress slowly in the sense of the proverb about drops of water
    • result of the separation I have been talking about, the physical body,
    • is because there is something about thinking which does not apply to
    • way about in the higher worlds. But, as I have said, the teachings of
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • command, Do not lie, if you recall what I said about the astral
    • fact that he knew nothing about it makes no difference to his karma.
    • very elementary ideas about them; a more highly cultured man will have
    • to the nineteenth century a good deal of information about occult
    • Thuringian newspaper printed an article about the Stone of the Wise which
    • This is how it comes about.
    • it comes about man will cease to be a killer with his breath.
    • in the future people will go about looking like negroes. Their bodies
    • Now we will speak about
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • to be deceived: they think too much about themselves. You should get out
    • about anything material,” he entirely fails to understand that
    • it is. The pupil must learn about the evolution of sun and planets,
    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • earthquake? What does the occultist say about the interior of the
    • all epochs says the following about the interior of the Earth. We must
    • investigated. It was found that all those born at about the time of
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • controversial is all that can be said about the “ether”
    • tries to form ideas about the so-called causes that are supposed to
    • conclusions about the outer processes to which our arithmetic is then
    • Nature. We know what we have to say about a cube without first having
    • when we bring about the necessary conditions, will they call forth
    • shaking the old Newtonian conceptions about Gravitation, and bearing
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • thoughts about all that, which in the physical processes around us
    • they have about this “ether” which is supposed to bring
    • about the phenomena of light, you will find contradictory and
    • about 1250 grammes. If, when we bear the brain within us, it really
    • upon the base of the skull. The weight it weighs with is only about
    • the brain displaces is about 1230 grammes. To that extent the brain
    • is lightened, leaving only about 20 grammes. What does this signify?
    • underlies it, bring about upon the one hand the submersion of the
    • about by one kind of connection with the material life —
    • relations too, and about one of these — leaping a little ahead
    • which comes about when we open our eyes and are in a light-filled
    • it to begin with by looking for colour in and about the light as
    • we brought this about? The prism is made of two planes of glass, set
    • about the light and we can ask ourselves, what is it due to? Look
    • — this is perceptible. What is it that comes about by the
    • — the dimming of the light, brought about by matter. We can
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • one-another, are brought about.
    • a number of statements as to the way colours arise in and about the
    • can have come about, — obviously through the fact that the
    • cylinder of light. The cylinder of light is brought about by the
    • reproducing what is brought about by the light's going through the
    • nature of the outer light is here at work, bringing about that
    • modern Physics has to say about it, — what is already said in
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • There has been ever so much speculation about them; indeed, beginning
    • notion we can of course make calculations about it, but that affords
    • thing comes about when we combine the two experiments. We generate
    • extinguished and a black strip is brought about instead. From this
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    • will be explained how it comes about that they appear coloured at
    • velocity. That it has this velocity, is the one real thing about it.
    • many ways — in and about the light itself. In the most manifold
    • ways, colours arise in and about the light; so also they arise, or
    • therefore we behold, in and about the light.
    • way brought about a phenomenon of colour — say, a spectrum. I
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Nay, the whole way of thinking about the phenomena of Physics,
    • errors that have crept into modern Physics since about the 16th
    • violet. And if you will recall what I said a few days ago about the
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • state-of-warmth, brought about by your own organic process. Far
    • really the out-breathed air which brings about the process. When I
    • breathe and bring about — not of course so crudely but in a
    • water all about, stirring it thoroughly. After a time we shall look
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • speaking about sound and tone which you will find in the customary
    • of modern Physics came about only gradually. What first caught
    • we are now about to demonstrate. You see this disc with its rows of
    • outer we got 80 in the same period of time. The beats bring about
    • enough to entertain a few mathematical notions about wave-movements
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • permeation, brought about with the use of the glass rod, is of one
    • other, imbued with negative electricity, so as to bring about a
    • whatever it may be, is brought about by friction. And — here
    • ß-rays have a velocity, say about nine-tenths the
    • about one-tenth the velocity of light. We have therefore these
    • brings about the most important things that play into the life of
    • to experience in consciousness is our thoughts about them. Likewise
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • which may help you in developing such thoughts about Nature for
    • not say that they were right, but this idea arose. It came about in
    • figure-out about it, there is no guarantee that it really is so.
    • and kinematical thought-forms, is in point of fact a dreaming about
    • uncanny about these new phenomena, in regard to which ordinary
    • instance, starting from certain rigid ideas about the nature of a
    • course not go about it in a fanatical way, for in such matters it
    • service to you in the whole way you speak with the children about
    • phenomena but really thinks about them. If you arrange your lessons
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    • in formulating a view about the relationship of natural science
    • just the most serious questions about the life of the soul and
    • the spirit, about the eternal nature of the being of man, about
    • who believe they understand a lot about the scientific outlook
    • give any information about even the simplest phenomena of
    • natural science is not able to say anything about the
    • result. If in trying to inform ourselves about such matters we
    • the pressing questions about the life of the human soul and
    • out anything substantial about these questions outside the
    • order to inform ourselves about the questions we are
    • mix-up of the bodily life and soul life which comes about
    • speaking on the one hand about ordinary digestion, which is
    • of a recognized science, and on the other hand about a
    • everyday life know about all the complicated processes, the
    • which is something everyone can know about without bothering
    • about science, with the picture of the human being as shown in
    • with evolving all sorts of logical thoughts about such
    • hypotheses about what could exist in the super-sensible, the
    • himself the capacity to make judgments about the
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    • However, a fact about the soul-life of present day humanity
    • long to acquire knowledge about the human being that goes
    • about what the core of man's being really is, rather than what
    • to offer some thoughts about this area of the unconscious, and
    • confused with what is said about this border area, more or less
    • science over the whole world has had to say about this region
    • about the unconscious from such a view as
    • — by those who are reasonable about
    • about the other phenomena of the unconscious, which I have so
    • — nothing could be said about it, for
    • formulate ideas about what he has
    • formulate ideas about things, beings and processes in the sense
    • clear about what leads him to real experiences.
    • bring about a repetition of certain experiences, consists
    • about, but by making a decision immediately upon being
    • spirit. If we speak about what has been discovered by the
    • to present concrete examples about this science of
    • to say about the eternal, the spiritual, is different from what
    • essential thing about the method of the science of
    • unconscious. All he talks about is nothing other than the
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    • But man soon learns that there appears to be something vague about
    • had already orientated human thinking about certain processes in a
    • spoken about.
    • People do not bother their heads about these things but in reality
    • When, however, you theorize about the sphere, as to how its atoms and
    • of your logic into your thinking about something which cannot be made
    • From what the physicists have theorized about heat relations and from
    • related things they get certain notions about the sun. They describe
    • impacts there comes about a pressure on the wall of the vessel and
    • reasoning about Achilles and the tortoise. It is simply not as it is
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    • people had become unaccustomed to construct concepts about things.
    • It comes about through the fact that water behaves irregularly and
    • Now if we ask ourselves how it can come about that with the passage
    • about the physical processes on the earth in order to come to the
    • had to be ascribed the ability from within to bring about the change
    • narrow-mindedness comes about just because we go from the concrete to
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    • subsequently.) Heat must be added in order to bring about melting, but
    • which solid we will melt. You see here a temperature of about 25 C.
    • points in three dimensions by moving about in a single plane. What is
    • thing we cannot bring about. We cannot bring it about that the rod
    • quantity measured in space. I cannot think about the powers of
    • thinking about it is not enough to satisfy your senses, you draw it,
    • connected with the heat state to bring about a condition such that you
    • bring about a change in the heat condition, it is self-evident that
    • against the wall unless we ourselves bring this about. When, however,
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    • is said, bring about the appearance of heat. Thus mechanical processes
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    • concepts and other concepts. This is the distinction about which Kant
    • line the rest of the poem would follow without any thinking about it.
    • person would not speak at all but simply think about it and thus
    • something and thinking about it. Thus it is difficult to find the
    • without thinking about it, if you have undergone an occult training
    • theoretical materialists can describe about it. Therefore, the
    • speak further about it. Just as it is possible for our bodily activity
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    • shows that fluidity is brought about under the pressure of the wire,
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    • taken up) that the properties of the air itself bring about the
    • therefore in a position to say something as a philosopher about
    • people by experiments that what we say about things is correct.
    • particles there comes about the formation of drops, which take on the
    • gaseous also belongs to it. Now there comes about a great distinction
    • we think about these things in the correct way mechanical energy can
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    • using a flame, raise the pressure of the vapor, and thus bring about a
    • reasoned somewhat as follows: “In the world about us work is
    • expresses himself about the conditions within which we live. We live
    • of observation that we bring about the solid state from the fluid. We
    • arising in this way: I can by any suitable means bring about this
    • having brought about the disappearance of the upper five colors.
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    • were, bring about in another sphere the same sort of thing that we did
    • the motion utilized. We will bring about the turning of a wheel simply
    • about. This is strange enough since the paper that Mayer handed the
    • otherwise about physical things than they did before the year 1842.
    • find a picture of what goes on in the heat realm. This comes about in
    • What then, comes about in the realm of solids? In this realm forms
    • darkens. This you can bring about simply by turning one crystal. You
    • condition. But when we bring about in a gas certain orderly
    • conditions where the temperature is very high — about 100C. We
    • organs. Concepts formed in this way about physical phenomena are
    • about these things that has a root in reality. This way of thinking
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    • what we have formerly brought about by expansion. And indeed, in this
    • nothing about the process except the gradual heating of the body?
    • call the conduction, and about which we are striving to get valid
    • of the subject that I have so often spoken to you about. Gradually we
    • If we then construct a similar circle in our thinking about the realm
    • These forces are not something that can be dreamed about. Answers to
    • When I see form in outer nature, what brings about the form is not
    • add: “if I think about its form the matter must be negative, in a
    • from the pressure manifestation of matter to my ideas about form, then
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    • more rarefied. When I make matter more and more dense, it comes about
    • carries out a movement in space. When I think about it, something
    • facts. The existence of these limits is a matter about which we, by
    • but only by virtue of a certain habit of thinking about those limits
    • about which we gladly deceive ourselves.
    • yet to show how this being of heat works so as to bring about such
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    • theory be substantiated? Recollect what I have said to you about the
    • controversy about these super-imaginary numbers. They are readily
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    • field of phenomena and about which we can teach according to Goethe's
    • simply theorizing about it.
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    • action in fluids. Then there comes about a certain wide independence
    • Now you will see that when we are constructing ideas about the
    • always have to speak about science to a public which while it takes in
    • about an impact and given a name to the phenomenon that we speak of an
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    • When Rudolf Steiner gave these lectures to about a hundred German youth
    • century. But today, I shall speak about these forces in their more
    • generations. But all that was said then by poets and others about
    • tempted to date it about the twelfth or thirteenth century, in order
    • Poggendorf Annals. Julius Robert Maier was so enthusiastic about his
    • to talk about it, until finally contemporary experts decided that as
    • he was always talking about the same thing, he was suffering from
    • during the last third of the nineteenth century. One can speak about
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    • wider outlook. Allow me to say a few words about the inner
    • pictorially. And so this objective science was now going about among
    • non-human was going about among men, calling itself “Objective
    • cannot bring this about. Even if he tries not to be there, he is
    • young and old, could come to an understanding with one another about
    • wandering about on the earth. This state of things came gradually but
    • I no longer dare to show myself. I have to go about bashfully.
    • go about nevertheless, for I still bear something of the sublime
    • the beginning of our era if they spoke much about “education”.
    • about. Education, of course, may be spoken about in different ways,
    • what it means to be old. Nothing is known about it and that is why
    • there is such endless talk about education, because there is a
    • about education. Mostly we do not realize the absurdity of what is
    • said on this subject. Nowadays almost everyone is talking about
    • attributed to this cause. People talk about it because they find that
    • ancient Greece nobody would have known how to speak about objective
    • who went about on the earth, but for all that they were real. Even in
    • with the objective science that goes about as a being among men
    • had come about at the end of the nineteenth or in the twentieth
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    • the most concrete way about the Spirit in order to lay a foundation
    • about the world is looked upon today as mere phantasy, as not
    • will not argue about the reason why this is so anxiously excluded
    • people do not ask: What has come about in modern mankind from the
    • about certain things, whereas the men of old were altogether naive.
    • there was something ceremonial about it — it drew something out
    • right about thinking as it was before the middle of the fifteenth
    • when they are talking about living things. They merely want to snatch
    • this demand is in his very blood. You must be clear about this. You
    • about the Spirit but that one speaks through the Spirit. One can
    • speak spiritually about the material, that is to say, it is possible
    • to speak about the material in mobile concepts. And that is always
    • much more spiritual than to speak un-spiritually about the Spirit.
    • barren if during the day we ponder about hydrogen, chlorine, bromine,
    • on, and then evolve our theories; as if we ponder about the human
    • way about potassium or calcium, to treat chemistry as really alive,
    • sorts of rubbish and then write voluminous books about it. What they
    • the world says about it.
    • merely to speak about the Spirit, but out of the Spirit, to unfold
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    • philosophers write about morality, the condition of morals in
    • thermometer, so we can find out a great deal about the undercurrents
    • moral intuitions, moral axioms, and that we must stop talking about
    • one thought about ethics and moral impulses.
    • a few words about Friedrich Nietzsche. In a certain respect
    • Socrates who established his art of definition, about which Nietzsche
    • at the root of its feeling about the world. He thought the Greeks
    • out of a tragic feeling about life, and he thought that this mission
    • should read who wants to know about the thought of the last third of
    • instinctive judgments about the beneficial and the harmful. It has
    • such as they were in his day, it is impossible to think about Ethics
    • “empty phrase” and to say: “When people talk about
    • enthusiastic about it. And so, Nietzsche comes to the conclusion that
    • and eighties. He said to himself: People talk about all sorts of
    • has not always been emphasized. A great deal that has been said about
    • the mood that came to its climax about the turn of the nineteenth
    • himself in what came from these thoughts about evolution he
    • the Spirit, would stop there and not want to talk about the Spirit,
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    • any discussion about moral intuitions must once and for all be
    • said about moral intuitions was no longer quite true. It was said:
    • that actually nothing more was known about them. For centuries
    • anyone during the first centuries of Christianity spoken about proofs
    • about proofs, for that would have seemed absurd. Man began to “prove”
    • talk about moral intuitions must be silenced, it was the final
    • century] who delivered a speech about the boundaries to the
    • have been going about with bald heads, and the fifteen-year-olds with
    • human being. It would be foolish to speak about the human form as if
    • so it came about after the middle of the fifteenth century that human
    • what has had to come about out of the depths of human evolution: a
    • about the world is silenced. People ought to stop talking about the
    • world because Mauthner proves that all talk about the world consists
    • when the desire is almost universal to silence all talk about
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    • about the question of education. Not so much, perhaps, about
    • feeling, especially about the growing child.
    • about the world-riddle was expressed in the paradigm: “Man,
    • about the only saying which can hold its own against the objections
    • great many people think thus about the solution of the world-riddle.
    • about the world which can be deciphered, but deciphered only through
    • endless activity. And the name of this book about the world is “Man.”
    • words Kant wrote about duty: “Duty! Sublime and mighty Name,
    • regard to the feeling about Education with which you may have come
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    • tired and keeps turning and twisting about without knowing why. I do
    • he turns and twists about in bed because he is not tired, are
    • antiquated, in steeping oneself in what is moral, writing about it,
    • speaking about it, or only studying it, it is not a matter of
    • took the line of speaking about everything under the sun except his
    • means in the face of life itself to speak about actual realities. We
    • invisible children about the teacher of the thirty visible ones who
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    • about the turn of the nineteenth century, by considering the trend of
    • little about thoughts; for them it was quite evident that thoughts
    • why did those souls who, up to the fifteenth century thought about
    • many centuries before, arose the impulse to dispute about the reality
    • again about the turn of the nineteenth century.
    • thinking about Nature has become an impossibility for later science.
    • science and that of Goethe. But I do not want to speak about this.
    • speaking of what was experienced in science. And about that one can
    • is characteristic of the generation growing up about the turn of the
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    • When Rudolf Steiner gave these lectures to about a hundred German youth
    • yesterday about the course of historical evolution, you will have
    • nineteenth century. It has been brought about by circumstances
    • onwards the human being can know something about the connections in
    • information about external things. Naturally even at the age of nine
    • between about the eighteenth and nineteenth years. Just as it is
    • really to know about those things that are not just under our nose,
    • cannot know anything about it. Before this we cannot unfold that
    • about this or that which does not lie in a region accessible to mere
    • again, one must speak about such things, and treat them in a
    • is no possibility of knowing anything about the human being beyond
    • yet grandly — about physiology or biology so long as it is a
    • question of the physical body. True, people talk about psychology. It
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    • about the course of history, with regard to the intercourse between
    • changes at about the change of teeth, during the sixth, seventh or
    • thus about the time when he was changing his teeth, and how puzzling
    • so on till you piece together this whole life out of parts of about
    • evolution of humanity; we should be clear about the following
    • speaks to the children about botany in a way that is not scientific.
    • intellectual theory about education. The aim is to create an artistic
    • about, something happens which must occur if young people are to grow
    • growing up about the turn of the nineteenth century. Try to feel that
    • were feeling about it in the right way. And if you sense this you
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    • through its dense layers that could bring about a relation with the
    • that man still knows something about the world. But he has all the
    • himself. But because of this there can come about an individual,
    • This absurdity will be apparent to you if you think about the
    • without knowing much about one another. Yet it is about themselves
    • instinctively make of their experiences? Suppose they go about among
    • ourselves about him any longer. And as most men are not the same as
    • some kind. So now we know something about this man. In another case
    • “Professor of English.” And now we know something about
    • about chemistry, how do we set about it? We have no other means than
    • among human beings. We trouble ourselves very little about human
    • to speak in poetical fashion about his incurable fear in regard to
    • when only balls, balls which are heads, would be rolling about over
    • rolling about on the earth. Physical heads will not do this. But to a
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    • this covering. They would have felt as we do today about a scalped
    • the material world comprehensible to the human soul by the roundabout
    • into the ground during the winter. But nobody thinks about the fate
    • dance of atoms for his calculations about Nature.” Yes, that is
    • make calculations about Nature. Calculations in those days meant
    • learn all the teachings about the ego. It is not a question of
    • learning theories about the ego. No matter whether you are a peasant
    • goes without saying that books about Goethe written in the nineteenth
    • such things in speaking about cultural phenomena. Read the first
    • about the diploma; they were concerned about the exterior. And anyone
    • certain bashfulness about speaking about it at all, when we feel
    • abashed at the idea of talking about education. This is astonishing
    • but it is true. The way in which education is being talked about will
    • be regarded as shameless in future. Today everyone talks about it and
    • about what he considers right. But education does not allow itself to
    • suggestions about education today seemed to me no different from the
    • Therefore what I have said and written about education, and what is
    • much as possible about the characteristics of the human being, in
    • ashamed to talk about education. But under the cultural conditions of
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    • universal death through warmth brings about complete annihilation.
    • and slays the heart. Why is this so? It comes about because man can
    • modern science tells us about the origin of life, about the
    • transformation of living beings, about the human soul, or even in the
    • and this library is out there in the human beings walking about.
    • teach the child about the mysteries of earthly existence. Only when
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    • clarity. If you should now ask about the meaning of such things, then
    • occultist says about the pentagram, we must at first call to mind the
    • a long development behind it that has come about during the course of
    • itself from the air, our present kind of perception came about. Man
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    • with the indication about Noah's Ark, stating that in the proportions
    • unconscious. He cannot be rationally clear about what is happening in
    • these things, but only indications about facts. All this pours a
    • these human bodies and bring about effects such as were described by
    • to mention here a parallelism about which ordinary science has little
    • you find it to be about the same temperature as that of human blood.
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    • harmony of the spheres that comes about through these different
    • To think about numbers
    • this absorption should rightfully come about, and it will be far more
    • duality in life about which men might well reflect. Yesterday, we
    • about a rose, this thought first arises in the moment you make a
    • quite new has come about. This is also the case in other spheres of
    • pedantic thoughts about it, but we must look for the duality and
    • about preparing a good old age for himself. He can thus bring about
    • what is now to be said about one will appear in the right light. The
    • and again unite separated parts into a unity, you have brought about
    • about this math thing. There were a lot of answers: I will
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    • on earth, but there was a time when what wandered about here on earth
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    • in the course of the ages. In times of antiquity, let us say about six
    • speech. They realised that what the movements of the stars bring about
    • You may read to-day about the ‘Philosopher's Stone’ for which men
    • very different from what it is today. And again, those who write about
    • alchemy assert that nothing is known about the Philosopher's Stone.
    • not think deeply and fundamentally enough about the phenomena and
    • About 300 B.C.
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    • high spiritual being called Manu. They moved about in separate
    • force of the then Indian world; they narrated about the wonders
    • realms about life on earth. People on this side had no interest
    • world they couldn't say anything about the Other Side.
    • lovely things of this world were spoken about in the Realm of
    • image-free gods. More about this
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    • about the super-sensible worlds; he surmises that in all that he calls
    • same time man surmises something else about this thought-world. He
    • position not merely to say lovely things about the good and the true,
    • others, meaningless. No one thinks any more about the meaning, because
    • about a transformation of our life, but it was merely the expression
    • Golgotha is a fact. What mankind knows about it is in process
    • of evolving. What people first had to say about the Mystery of
    • Spirit, and the triumph of the Spirit is not brought about by the
    • We must express ourselves unreservedly about these things. If we show
    • about a healing.
    • relationships with William II. Once about 1897, I was sitting in a
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    • about a new ascent?” For it must have been very clear to you in
    • the unusual thing about his answer is that it comes from a mind
    • when I asked myself the question: “About what period in the
    • made plain to me that men thought in this manner about the time of the
    • a man when we look into his face, just as we draw conclusions about
    • about his character from the way he looks at us, so the priesthood of
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    • The healing of mankind can only be brought about if a sufficiently
    • use of keeping silence about such matters? It is readily admitted that
    • us not delude ourselves about this matter. We have ideas about what we
    • especially that which has come about since the fifteenth century
    • the destruction, in the bringing about of death conditions.
    • the Science of Initiation. I have spoken recently about these facts,
    • the eighth pre-Christian century. We see, about two hundred years
    • about what has happened. Even now we may not yield to any deception.
    • about such people. All that is possible has been done so that they can
    • tell how such harm is brought about. The attempt to come to an
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    • to this ego-perception, brought about by interruptions in the course
    • owns about twenty-five lodges, one-fifth of which are certainly
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    • Let us reconsider this spiritual mark of the present day, about to
    • and phrases about spirit and soul, there the talk is mere abstraction.
    • that way about Nature or about mankind himself. Men deliver themselves
    • in connection with subjects about which all possible things can be
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    • called anthroposophy with older traditional ideas about
    • humanity. I have no wish to waste words about the value of
    • anthroposophy about the most varied branches of human knowledge
    • organs and of human functions, were thoughts about the
    • times, and on the basis of this he set about his cure. The
    • clear about this. What we are able to do, however, is to work
    • judgments about various things in relation to them. At three
    • be the correct one. All controversies about materialism,
    • natural science to spout hot air about something that has been
    • Theodor Ziehen speaks about the structure of the brain. In this
    • doctor was lecturing about the life of soul in connection with
    • about the structure of the brain. It has been proven in ever
    • adequately about the human brain unless he sees in its
    • bring about something in the brain cells, for instance, cannot,
    • speak about the will at all. Why? Of course they say nothing!
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them, but it is not the
    • follows is merely a matter of conjecture. All ideas about the
    • said about the processes of elimination. The kidneys are organs
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    • a few hints about this wide and all embracing domain. A great
    • laboratory. We encompass all this when we speak about the
    • to enter into hypotheses about the nature of life but merely to
    • about the various differentiations of the warmth. In these
    • time we cannot speak of the scientific theories about how the
    • The system of heart and lungs therefore brings about a
    • to say about the functions of the kidneys, but if you penetrate
    • excretions, and examine them again when he is thinking about
    • that has been learned in this way about the human being must
    • organization, as it is brought about by the system of heart and
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    • second dentition at about the age of seven represents a contact
    • ready for the emergence of the second teeth, at about the
    • particularly striking example that I spoke about at the
    • a mantle of warmth. This brings about a radical change in the
    • unless you bring about a real reaction. This reaction comes to
    • allow myself to speak about therapeutic matters, and then
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    • world of sensation, we are speaking about a process of
    • about the initial plant — for the seed in the ovary
    • particularly what is brought about by what I have described to
    • fanatical about medicine that is “free from
    • on its base with a weight of only about 20 grams instead of
    • about an essential regularization of the blood circulation,
    • nerve-sense system. Physiology really speaks nonsense about
    • you want to be clear about this it is best to realize that the
    • brings about a certain relation to the vitalizing process. That
    • exert itself to a very high level to bring about the opposite
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    • words about the value of these old conceptions, or to criticise them
    • on the basis of this he set about his cure.
    • there side by side. I look at them and form certain ideas about them.
    • particular view is correct.’ All controversies about
    • science to talk hot air about something that has been observed under
    • eminent doctor was speaking about the structure of the brain. He
    • about the structure of the brain. It has been proved in ever greater
    • that anyone can speak adequately about the human brain unless he sees
    • they bring about something in the brain cells, for instance, cannot,
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them. But it is not the same
    • matter of conjecture. All ideas about the subsequent processes in the
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    • only a few hints about this wide and all-embracing domain. A
    • etheric body. It is not necessary to enter into hypotheses about the
    • The Ego-organisation is a super-sensible principle and brings about
    • organisation. The system of heart and lungs brings about a vitalising
    • to say about the functions of the kidneys, but if you will apply a
    • thinking about the same thing and cold compresses have been put on
    • learned in this way about the human being must now be investigated in
    • brought about by the system of heart and lungs, will be influenced by
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    • metabolic system into the head, but the point about this meeting
    • will make this clear to you. The second dentition at about the age of
    • for the coming of the second teeth, at about the seventh year of
    • in enveloping the tumour with warmth. This brings about a radical
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    • brought about by the activity of the kidneys which I described to
    • in the nature of things it is nonsense to be fanatical about medicine
    • presses on its base with a weight of only about 20 grammes, instead
    • brought about a fundamental regularisation of the blood
    • formations which have been brought about by the astral organism —
    • really talks nonsense about the nerves and senses. Forgive me for
    • That is the better way to set about restoring the balance.
    • structure, for this brings about a certain relation to the
    • organism must exert itself up to a very high level to bring about the
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    • This I wanted to say about the attitude to be adopted in what I shall
    • us, bringing about the same process as is effected outside in the
    • science that cannot grasp much about it. This meteoric iron, however,
    • come about to which the Michael Festival may be linked. But it must
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    • epochs the period which began about the 15th'16th century and which
    • gradually implanted into the reproductive system. Thus it came about
    • merely know he is called Miller, so we know very little about Gabriel
    • cannot remember something one has not thought about. If at night you
    • thought about them. If you had taken care to impress upon yourself a
    • troubled in the earlier incarnation to have thoughts about the nature
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    • length about the reasons why certain people are not prepared to accept
    • era, did not want to trouble himself about what we call the Mystery of
    • My dear friends, what I have said to you about the spiritual
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    • his face, just as we draw conclusions about the gentleness of his soul
    • from the gentleness of his countenance, and about his character from
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • the world phrases about: ‘the rule amongst men of Might and
    • too salvation will come in due course: we cannot bring it about
    • about which people are fighting today, there is a great deal
    • in every field, as men of modern times. And what came about
    • have come about through the amalgamation of economic
    • idealism I These things have finally brought about the
    • significant fact about it, which in my opinion is, that in this
    • insofar as they proposed to bring about ideal conditions
    • I may say a few words upon the question that was raised about
    • businesses themselves; and they will have to come about
    • march, and looks much more like a skipping-about, — or
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    • combination will bring about the harmonizing of the
    • When you set about appealing to the child's nature in this way,
    • and even feel sad about, the astral body will develop from the
    • about it for a long time. But if you do not believe yourself
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    • action we do not think much about it, but we swiftly repulse
    • feeling about things. Consequently, you literally can
    • feels some astonishment, some amazement about anything
    • simply a process about which once in a while you were quite
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    • instance, about plants. We ought to lay stress on the
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    • with this principle of forming opinions about everything and it
    • can write about all the things in the world. You also will be
    • education; but mere playing about should have no place there.
    • soul. When you have talked with the child for a time about
    • hands and about working with hands, go on to let him make
    • about half the children have done this you say: “Now we
    • early as the first lesson about reading, writing, and
    • according to their lights! Something about as clever as our
    • thoughtlessly about everything. We can no longer vary our
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    • about him. And we should reckon with this kind of adaptability:
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    • the second, and teach more about it, and in the third year you
    • the gist of conclusions about a certain scientific yearning
    • scientifically in exact psychology about the types of
    • intelligence that they can only learn in this roundabout
    • there don't even want to know anything about the greatest
    • conquest of our time: about the methods of experimental
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    • to-day about the transition in method which must be attended to
    • natural history about man.” But be it never so little,
    • the little that a child can be taught about man should be
    • about the outside world you know through your head.” If
    • as much as possible about man from natural history. Only then
    • a little more consciously than before and to walk about, even
    • which takes place in the human consciousness round about
    • what is said to him about the difference between man and the
    • reason you can now begin to talk to the child a little about
    • from A to Z everything about Plato and all else that was to be
    • oft-repeated phrases about teaching according to the
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    • been considered sufficient to know a few paltry anecdotes about
    • You may talk to the child before this about the organization of
    • when you teach the child about the formation of the human eye?
    • instance, about how light-rays are broken up, how images are
    • created when, for instance, in talking about life, about
    • learnt something about physics and understand the
    • saturated with the action of electricity, about which
    • the physicists again confess that no one knows anything about
    • gravitation and the nature of gravitation; but they talk about
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    • first we shall have to come to a clear understanding about
    • you set about teaching your pupils a foreign language —
    • into provinces of language about which philosophers have
    • for example, was the first to write about subject-less and
    • just as wet as the stones and houses round about us. For this
    • of pulling the language about. Try to evolve the grammatical
    • after they have played and romped about for weeks in the open
    • did in romping about. But you must take care, too, to think out
    • about it at table. But you must really say things which the
    • have the reading-passage retold and thoughts about it formed
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    • Only in the second stage, from nine to about twelve, do we
    • at about nine years of age. At the same time, of course, the
    • for this at about twelve years of age. Before this we study
    • have poems recited aloud and a talk about history going on if
    • extent whatever about them has been badly started, provided
    • was as follows: In an audience of about thirty people, at the
    • write anything true about it and many of them write quite
    • relate the truth about external physical facts. In this field,
    • about what they have really seen, and not practise free
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    • should only begin at the third stage, round about twelve,
    • geography between nine and twelve, if only we go about teaching
    • good deal about the economic implications of the structure of
    • — tell him about the Alps, study the geography of the
    • child is about twelve, you can expect him to respond easily to
    • degree by the first history lessons. Then speak, too, about the
    • geography — to speak about the uses to which the economic
    • talk about the mountains.
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    • nothing about it. When you notice the discomfiture of an
    • without bothering in the least about that world.
    • craving to know, an insatiable curiosity about everything that
    • going about life and in his own vocation, that he once knew
    • consciousness that, even about things which do not fall within
    • I learnt about that, and a good thing, too. We should never be
    • sentimentalism about the world, on the gentleness of the lamb,
    • does about Christianity.” This attitude, even in
    • lesson, the teacher suddenly begins to talk about the
    • digestive troubles, bodily indispositions, which come about
    • about. Above all, people must know that the human being is a
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    • experiences. We let him tell us, for instance, about
    • something which he himself likes to tell about. In all this
    • telling of stories, and telling them over, and telling about
    • about it. For it is absolutely senseless to talk to
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    • That is why you can teach the child in these years about the
    • why he can be talked to about these things and why they still
    • these years about matters of nutrition and health they will
    • people. What the child learns later, after puberty, about
    • but produce egoism. If you read about nutrition in physiology,
    • if you read a synopsis of rules about the care of the health,
    • about the age of nine. Before this age it is even more
    • and talk a great deal about themselves when they are still only
    • yet reckoning on his egoism if we teach him at about the age of
    • teach about plants so that a great deal is left to the child's
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    • depends on his thoughts about the world. Children must learn to
    • amongst other things, materialism has brought it about that men have
    • wheel for ever. And so it is with the questions that are asked about
    • domains that do not lie so close at hand. People begin thinking about
    • education and then they ask about pre-natal education. But, my dear
    • about the higher world. For what enters the human being from the
    • will come about through inner forces that a relationship is
    • apply it as such directly to our teaching, but this thought about the
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    • about?
    • moment of arising. Here we come to a very important fact about the
    • conceited about the outer brain for it is a retrogression of the
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    • in Plato that actually sight comes about by the stretching forth of a
    • over what I have seen in Nature, and spin laws about it, then I am
    • up dying and becoming. So that the many statements about Nature and
    • the earth, or he constructs machines and thereby also brings about
    • physical body. And what has happened could only come about because
    • receives at birth and gives up again at death, bring about a continual
    • the right alternation should come about in man between the muscle and
    • being you will, at certain times, perform strange movements about
    • chapter about spiritual activity in my book
    • through its contact with the nerves it brings about re-creation of
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    • is born first. (You will find details about this in the book
    • nonsense about this “second man.” This psycho-analysis
    • anything about that? Ordinary psychology speaks only of a
    • the education of the will must be brought about in a different way
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    • Now there is one thing that we must be clear about, and this I have
    • sight is brought about by the balance between sympathy and antipathy.
    • It is brought about by the fact that sympathy and antipathy balance
    • about that the sympathy as such lies below the threshold of
    • about what it is that is present in man's power of judgment. Sigwart
    • of music is a clear sign that recent psychological ideas about the
    • it says dogmatically: we look out upon the world that is round about
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    • is the essential thing about thinking cognition, that you are present
    • awake. We are always carrying about with us a sleeping human being
    • element in cognition, and you can gradually bring it about that the
    • Now there are also higher forces than warmth. They too are round about
    • us. We walk among them continually in going about the world as
    • thinking about the world, sometimes say: “We have
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    • I have stated about the spirit in old age; yet it really is so.
    • child kicks and tumbles about he is making movements which precisely
    • rightly for his later life if we bring about the proper release of
    • really telling us about the feelings which he personally has been able
    • of air waves in hearing). But how this comes about neither
    • peculiar about it. Firstly, Moritz Benedikt is by vocation a
    • psychology. Secondly, he is a naturalist — and writes about the
    • ordinary life. All we know about sleeping in ordinary life is that
    • for sensations for them are simply sensations. That is about as
    • seventies. After some years we met and had a conversation about light.
    • all.” That is the peculiar thing about it. In psychology and
    • trouble about soul and spirit, and does not do all that is ascribed to
    • should know nothing about the world nor about ourselves; in fact we
    • which bring about sleeping, which bring about feeling-willing,
    • Indeed it is no easy matter to state the truth about physiology and
    • occupying yourself with this thing and thinking about it, it is in
    • again. You will only get the right point of view about all these
    • you read in psychology books about remembering and forgetting. What is
    • which is the reality about memory? In the sphere of mere words he can
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    • remembering come about? It comes about in this way, that the will, in
    • ideas about them are required by the normally regulated memory, the
    • not talk about this “organ for perceiving the ego.” And this
    • judgment as a living process in your own body, which comes about
    • Let us be quite clear about this; to know the human being you must
    • shall have more to say about the true morphology of the human body.
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    • about logic must be kept in the background. For logic is, of course,
    • judgment that we form about the world sinks down into the dreaming
    • implication that forming judgments brings about a kind of habit of
    • work. We go about the world and we look at people. These people we
    • about?
    • know about this animal, how they have come to make use of its work,
    • Teachers.) I tried to show in the first piece about the sheep-dog,
    • the animal world. And in the poem about the violet, by Hoffman von
    • it that the things he talks about to his children are artistic.
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    • resting on our shoulders that we carry about a real body. We consist
    • inside out. How does this come about? It is because the head has its
    • In that we move about the world and perform actions we are limb men.
    • Now why is this? It comes about because those who practise psychology
    • I said that what I had to speak to you about to-day was indeed a
    • to-day. What is it that comes about through our present-day education?
    • humanity to know anything about the large sphere. At that time they
    • abolished the Spirit. What actually came about at that time? Consider
    • our educational work. Without such feeling about man and the universe
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    • ignoramuses we are when we theorise about matter as though it were
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    • materials for this within yourself and you could bring it about that
    • important to know how it comes about that, at a particular moment of a
    • this, these gentlemen will not be able to bring about too great a
    • process. Imagine that it simply comes about in the following way.
    • forces. We only carry our visible body about with us; drag it along
    • And all that a teacher ought to know about the evolution of the body
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    • is entirely immersed, he is swimming about in the spirit. This is not
    • — you are constantly splashing about in spirit; you are concerned
    • about in spirit with our limbs, but the spirit and soul is at work in
    • understanding about work — whether spiritual or bodily work
    • — and about recreation and fatigue. We can only do this if we
    • But what about lazy people who love to sleep, and who sleep so much?
    • and he flourishes his arms about, too, in some fashion or other. Even
    • intelligent occupation we do not merely splash about in the spirit: if
    • not merely splash about in the spirit in his movements, but follows
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    • wonder therefore that the talk prevalent to-day about sex instruction
    • the methods of academic study — written, it is true, not about
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    • about with an equivalent degree of certainty.
    • the outer world and make mental pictures about the
    • We must acquire some thoughts about what we are doing when we
    • really in us that brings about these lawful connections
    • world is completely unconcerned about anything I might paint
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    • comes about in us when there is an act of will or even an
    • kind of metabolic activity. One must be clear about the fact
    • why the average psychologist does not write about it. Just
    • we normally do into our mental activity. It cannot come about
    • comes about. What happens is that what is contained in the
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    • knowledge about the clockmaker and other such things.
    • all this comes about in the soul. Out of our soul we conjure
    • investigator has to say about his methods. Let us hope that
    • led us into a cultural decline. We will speak further about
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    • illustrating something or other: perhaps something about its
    • we must take care not to theorize about the observations
    • just said about the plant world can be accepted. We see it as
    • space. This comes about very gradually. It should not be
    • evident from the way I spoke about the relation of
    • itself to bring this about, and it is this exertion of soul
    • onto certain imaginations brings it about that the
    • life. If we want to be honest about what is really taking
    • appreciate what it means to have the thoughts we form about
    • offense at what I am saying about the developed power of
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    • It can only be understood as brought about through outer
    • pictures, and so on. Whoever wishes to learn about this can
    • read about these extremely interesting investigations by the
    • and brings about the similarity. In the same way, what is
    • dilettante talk about abstruse nebulous anthroposophical
    • about it. They think a few fine anthroposophical phrases they
    • goes about proving that a straight line does not have two,
    • process, it may be about to begin, or it may be proceeding
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    • something about acquiring these capacities. At the moment I
    • clear about this fact of memory life, we are then in a
    • his intellect to spin all kinds of theories about what he
    • to philosophize about it, wondering what states of vibration
    • simply have no idea of what I am talking about.
    • Whoever wishes just to speculate about phenomena, to pierce
    • leaves the rest of the human organism, about which we will
    • before the Theosophical Society about a subject I called
    • be printed and I set about doing this. In the process of
    • revealed to us about specific relationships between the human
    • speak more about this tomorrow.
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    • objection about what I said yesterday concerning the
    • he is sure to know a thing or two about the inner
    • forgetting comes about which I must characterize as a
    • could just fantasize about the forces at work in Julian the
    • what the spiritual researcher tells him about the forms in
    • about man's relation to the world precisely through the
    • does not theorize about it, this science is full of
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    • fashion and — since we are serious about the correct
    • enough about the underlying elements for discussing the
    • spiritual-scientific reasons I must speak about two Jesus
    • is tested, the more at ease we can be about it. This
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    • me. You see, dear children, I have to think about how you have been spending
    • or of little angels, and they sang and talked about the child Jesus, about
    • the holy Christ Child. It was beautiful and grand that you could speak about
    • They get it from the Christ, whom we think about at Christmas. We
    • think about how He came into the world to bring joy to all people,
    • and you gave some beautiful presentations about Him today.
    • again and tell your parents about what you have learned, and your
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    • eighth grade students. They were hearing about what human history
    • fall was approaching. At that time we tried to think about what
    • you have learned to calculate and what you have learned about
    • curious about. And so I ask you, children, do you still love your
    • big people are meant to learn something, we all think about
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    • Think about how after enjoying the day, you have to rest at night,
    • time, you would surely not be able to enjoy and learn about life in
    • to tell you a little about what it means that this Waldorf School of
    • you think often like this about how your body is being shaped, your
    • learned is so many little flowers like this in your soul. Think about
    • so that you can be properly human — and think about how flowers
    • to us and help us think about what is right. That, dear children, is
    • Think about each other, too! You
    • other. Think about each other very, very often, and think about how
    • then a year that we spend in this day of life would be about twenty
    • immediately start to cry, but should think about trying harder next year.
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    • deliberate untruth about the tragedy itself. Our friends present at
    • were, that they just hung about praying for the fire to stop of
    • every hand in the life about them, and they realized how essential
    • fruitfully active. But external events have somehow brought it about
    • speak about these matters as I must, in duty bound.
    • What I am about to say refers exclusively to the Anthroposophical
    • anthroposophy; he is concerned with what it is about. But it is about
    • about to make are not intended to reflect in any way on the worth of
    • about the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • me to speak as I did about the Movement for Religious Renewal
    • on holding branch meetings and hearing about anthroposophy, but
    • all if we are not more thoughtful about the problems I have laid
    • about, dear friends! But let me ask you to take with all due weight
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    • speak about purely anthroposophical matters, but I find it necessary
    • to say a few introductory words about Society problems. I was able to
    • interested in going on with yesterday's discussion about
    • should form his own independent judgments about matters affecting the
    • about all sorts of things, but — far more importantly —
    • the reader can always draw his own conclusions about them, completely
    • emphasized as, for example, in my refusal to take sides about
    • least desire to do so — that what was said yesterday about all
    • kinds of reports about the Movement for Religious Renewal having been
    • all the necessary information about it; I didn't have to do this
    • weighted. All one has to do to form and express judgments about
    • adequate bases for forming judgments about sense-derived and
    • Following these procedures, one arrives at this or that conclusion about
    • truths ought to be as susceptible of proof as assertions about facts
    • is alive, and goes on growing. Conviction about anthroposophy might
    • furthermore, that what one thinks and feels about the concerns of
    • judgment about bringing them up. Complete independence must be the
    • about scientific questions.
    • about. They did not think in abstractions such as come so naturally
    • and the ideas about it entertained by a good many of our fellow men.
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    • arriving at valid judgments about the rest of the universe other than
    • published about thirty years ago, and
    • recently developed the ability to form about it. For if we go back to
    • we find that man's thoughts about nature were the product of a
    • have about it is such as to make one say, “My relation to the
    • on in the color-filled, sounding world about one. One links one's own
    • elements could be brought about only as a result of a living human
    • world about which you learn in your experiments, restricted as they
    • inner assurance that makes it possible to speak with conviction about
    • as it should be read, speak with inner conviction and assurance about the
    • improve the present state of things by speaking briefly about the
    • the presentation of anthroposophy about two decades ago. I say two
    • see from what I am about to say that it did begin to be presented as
    • was being presented, and my attitude about it was that I would always
    • not only about
    • anything but anthroposophy to those interested in hearing about it,
    • foundation that already included the most important teachings about
    • About halfway through it, the plan to build the Goetheanum took
    • be absolutely serious about anthroposophical work, and all the single
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • that what I am about to say could serve many a listener as a means to
    • own destiny in what I am about to describe.
    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • belief in the external and material and what the mind concludes about
    • received from super-sensible worlds is something that comes about
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • specific about what part of him was involved, since there can be no
    • perfectly clear about the will's intense involvement in all such
    • — a life one may, on occasion, complain about there; one now
    • people find anthroposophy a rewarding subject to write about; these
    • to write about, and not everybody has one inside him, so it has to be
    • exists to complain about any of the various institutions, or if there
    • subject, though they are what is most talked about. But enemies
    • but discussions about it have to be based on studying its methods and
    • background is in no position to carry on a debate about
    • people of our time are not about to let themselves in for any such
    • and they don't want to hear a word about developing. But neither
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    • to think — today about how to regenerate the Society, we should
    • person and compare it with that of someone going about his daytime
    • theoretically about such matters as etheric and astral bodies. We
    • idealism in human communities. We talk a lot about idealism these
    • and having our own thoughts about it. A real spiritual being must be
    • engage in spiritual study. No external measures can bring about
    • done. For a while the talk was about external matters. But as time
    • how to go about studying such subjects as physics and chemistry. This
    • enthusiastic about anthroposophy, have simply cut across our
    • great dangers the Society faces want to learn about them?”
    • four years, to learn how to go about this in an anthroposophical
    • about the future shaping of the Anthroposophical Society, which is
    • in detail about matters of business.
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    • shall be dealing with here. Yesterday I spoke from that angle about
    • were trying to reach an understanding with someone telling him about
    • views about the same fact can be expressed there by, let us say,
    • what they think they are understanding of teachings about the higher
    • customary to think about things in some particular way. Thinking the
    • of the opposition know full well what they are about. For there are
    • person would simply have thought him to be a man speaking about
    • Oxford lecture cycle was delivered and the article about it written,
    • brought another necessity with it: The necessity of bringing about a
    • talking about here. It was stated that people were not aware that the
    • about it is false. For just as it is inevitable that a person become
    • wander about like a dreamer in the physical world; one will relate to
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    • I will not go into details about the basis of Swedenborg's illness,
    • about the world altogether, we have to use higher levels of cognition,
    • Inspiration and Intuition. More will be said about this in the following
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    • The idea seems to be that we have thoughts about what we perceive with
    • somewhere or float about in a subconscious — which of course one
    • has never seriously thought about — to pop up again when required.
    • about sensory perception, but that from one side or another — now
    • brings about memory therefore clearly goes beyond what is needed merely
    • and that it forms in about the same way as an idea based on sensory
    • training will grow impatient when required to think about thinking as
    • about thinking.{ Note 1 ] It is easy to see why
    • forms come about, noting the transition from one form to another — living
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    • about the heat death the earth is supposed to suffer in the end. [ Note
    • phenomena that surround us in the world where we walk about between
    • on man's theoretical ideas. In anyone who is honest about life
    • question as to why we live in such troubled times unless we set about
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    • speculations out of some kind of abstract thinking about a ‘vital
    • about outer nature leads to nebulous mysticism. Inevitably I shall be
    • is nothing in the Bible about America, and someone who might have wanted
    • science, about which he knows nothing. He has tried to analyze it on
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    • popular publications regarding how they should think about
    • facts regarding astronomy, physics and chemistry, about
    • about these things, so we must during the examination of
    • containing spiritual imaginations, as I mentioned about natural
    • satisfactory about science, so they leave it lying and don't
    • bother about it, or go digging and researching all kinds of
    • of spirituality lived within the imagination about nature it at
    • talked about today the same as yesterday's conversation?
    • attitude, while ignorant about the actual meaning of these
    • facts, are spurred on by minds we all well know about, in order
    • These things I have spoken about today should be thought about
    • points of view on our home ground, I had spoken about things in
    • been spoken about and even today do actually exist. If we
    • necessary to bring about practical things in life which have
    • the most part don't worry about the appearances of decline.
    • the anthroposophical movement was thought about is not the way
    • you would think about it today. Clever people who appeared at
    • is not about tracking down such grass growing but that we
    • about the inner approach. This is something which of course
    • real, true understanding but we must be clear about how these
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    • think for ourselves about the world, our own actions and so
    • consciousness, that our feelings about our own tasks,
    • about our relationships and about the world, are more valuable
    • going to sleep. If we are honest about it, we will have to say
    • about having been up. Then he looked and saw that he had solved
    • first days after death (since it takes about three days to let
    • Everything we thought about the things of the world, about our
    • the characteristic I am talking about holds true whether you
    • about a third of the time we were alive, since we slept through
    • about a third of our earthly life.
    • the course of the world as the gods and spirits think about it,
    • feel about it and will it. Still, it appears to us bearing the
    • Earth. We need about a third of our lifetime to live it over
    • slightest value if we think this or that theoretically about
    • we think about the spiritual world in physical thought forms.
    • ourselves about the spiritual world. ... What matters is not that we have
    • mere thoughts about the spiritual world — we have to have them
    • even if we have to start from thoughts, our thoughts about the
    • mouths when they think about lemonade. This seems to be a good
    • objection, but just let someone tell us about quenching thirst
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
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    • but her spiritual capitulation also was brought about by
    • question of manufacturing thoughts about readjustment,
    • no improvement of any kind can come about. With any of
    • what was really obliged to come about.
    • proper way is to adopt a wide publicity about these
    • about Goethe know nothing at all of the deepest impulses
    • find their way about: for look you, there is not merely
    • ten years, about the noble progress we have made, now
    • nothing was done about accepting it, the cross had not
    • (and this was the very last phase) they talked about
    • happen? In what manner of places did all this come about?
    • heated with coal, about which the British government had
    • talk about improving men's moral sense, when one was kept
    • of what all this is about: a picture of the culture of
    • come about.
    • about state-life. I was recently In Berne where the
    • conference. The people spoke about everything under the
    • — Herr von Jagow had talked about the future. Just
    • evolution of mankind has already brought about a great
    • about 799,000 tons of iron had to be extracted: more than
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    • fully about all these things directly.
    • his head. Now you know what I have often told you about
    • world. Take especially what is said in those books about
    • about it that is quite paradoxical: expressing it
    • naturally — always in abstractions. They talk about
    • persons nave thoughts about what I have evolved. But in
    • speaking about the social organism is that men should
    • healthily about it.
    • instance; it says the greatest nonsense about feeling
    • Simple men at least know nothing about all those things
    • exists. He can only tell you about it. Then one has
    • toward substantives brings about the possibility of our
    • dreaming about reality; one has already let reality go
    • years about materialism. That is nothing else than what
    • service to our time must be said today about the
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 3: Esoteric Prelude to an Exoteric Consideration of the Social Question II
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    • speak when they talk about living in a period of
    • today. Not much in our consciousness today tells us about
    • inherent, man is afraid, man is cautious about entering
    • think about this, my dear friends, you will perhaps
    • about things, but who thinks in things; he then
    • fact) that the animal walks about the earth with his
    • comparative morphology has to say about man.
    • makes about 25,920 breaths a day. So that in a day we
    • of life, is at an end; it has brought about its on ruin.
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    • were to speak about Pentecost today in the way it is
    • such as we are striving to achieve, will bring about its
    • bring about a renewal of the spirit, a pouring out of the
    • deal is being said in our time about the unimportance of
    • Socrates” to go on talking about the seriousness of
    • no further if we keep chattering about ethics and
    • We should not be listening to all this preaching about an
    • ears filled with chatter about Christianity.
    • about socialization, using words which could very well be
    • used if socialization was being talked about, and which
    • — oily phrases — about the Pentecost wonder?
    • My dear friends, the slime that is poured out today about
    • life, one cannot think fruitfully about what ought to be
    • hitting, grasping, without myself knowing anything about
    • this superstition about motor and sensory nerves, between
    • about practical things when it is a victim of this absurd
    • men have a deeply rooted superstition about sensory and
    • different things about this reality — when one
    • about “thinking anew” and “learning
    • about “learning anew”. But it is not a
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    • everything found in the writings and cycles about this theme is
    • tonight and perhaps also the day after tomorrow about the
    • These changes may be described in about the following way.
    • accents as beautiful about the life of Nature. What is the
    • Francis of Assisi incarnation. But it could not come about that
    • conflict was created. It could not come about that on one side
    • it come about? What had to happen on earth?
    • can all this be brought about? Only through the fact that a
    • truth about the secrets which are hidden between death and a
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • we may learn about human life and human activity between death
    • reference to souls who think back about those left behind
    • beyond. And in this way something can be brought about which
    • strong longing for spiritual wisdom and wish to hear about it
    • smart, but who, nevertheless, talked incessantly about Kant,
    • Schopenhauer. This man, when I lectured about the nature of
    • “Here on earth we cannot know anything about immortality,
    • about immensely meritorious effects. The dead would not be
    • earth. But what is said about the spiritual worlds in the
    • the spiritual world? What does the seer notice about such
    • let us ask further: What about the souls who here on earth
    • who are destroyed early by epidemics? What about these souls,
    • brought about by the services of human souls who, in pursuance
    • then it may come about that we contemplate the world with other
    • criticize often do not know at all what they are talking about.
    • There are people who, let us say, begin to write articles about
    • information about the author, which is entirely false, which is
    • with a certain impure imagination about the facts of the
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    • the very word itself we confess our inability to say anything about
    • can be learned about the experiences of the soul with the ordinary
    • way about the soul than to say it exhibits phenomena which are to all
    • can know about dreams in daytime consciousness with the ordinary
    • well-defined way, until we have a knowledge about sleep itself by
    • that is comparable with swimming; we are, so to speak, moving about
    • etc., without question? Why does he want to try to philosophize about
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    • has just been said, we can think more about our destiny in outer
    • brought about.
    • they could have been brought about by any preceding factor. By way of
    • deliberately brought about the events which seem to have come into
    • imaginary man who is guilty of or brings about all those things of
    • certain reason we ourselves brought about these sorrows, sufferings
    • in this way about our sufferings and sorrows, we shall be able in
    • and sufferings were brought about because the cleverer man within us
    • corresponding experiences). We reflect about the fact that somewhere
    • At about the thirtieth year — it may be somewhat earlier or
    • take it for granted that at about the age of thirty we are not led by
    • the present incarnation at about the time of our thirtieth year. So
    • the acquaintances we make somewhere about the age of thirty in any
    • if, in the way opened up by this investigation, we reflect about the
    • reflect about the question: Why is it that in the middle of our life
    • in this way about the course of our own life, we shall see that light
    • what has been said to-day about the acquaintanceships made in the
    • reflection. But if we reflect about things that have been discovered
    • meticulously and conscientiously we set about testing them, the more
    • example, of what has been said about parents and brothers and sisters
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    • learn many things through Anthroposophy. We learn about the evolution
    • of humanity, even about the evolution of our earth and planetary
    • speak in concrete detail about how Anthroposophy must penetrate into
    • significant change will be brought about, not in methods of education
    • about. And these different conditions must be the result of the
    • destiny. I am not going to speak about the theory itself but only
    • about its entry into the world. Remember that this world-system was
    • in pictures, little can be actually communicated about the intimacies
    • those who have insight into these things, all the palaver about faith
    • and knowledge has about as much sense as there would be in a
    • about his own progress. This latter urge must not, of course,
    • about what must be the basic character of a future humanity. External
    • to bring about the birth of a new culture. This feeling of the
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    • have been made in different groups to speak about historical details,
    • for example about the reincarnations of the great leader of the ancient
    • Persian religion, Zarathustra, or about his connection with Moses, with
    • round about as Christianity, represented by men of the type of Theophilus
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    • even to enter into what has to be said about the working of higher worlds
    • of what can be told about these facts from the Akasha Chronicle, but
    • more has the Maid brought about, and with God's help she will accomplish
    • from the significance or value of the opinions we have formed about
    • the myth it is said that he reproaches the Goddess about her lovers,
    • for example, when it is said that he reproaches the Goddess about her
    • ideas about the relation of the soul to the body, he says: This may
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    • only to set about giving a certain stamp to everything we acquire from
    • what was said yesterday about the spiritual Power working in the Maid
    • We must regard everything that we can learn about the laws of natural
    • the architecture of the tone-material. — What can one say about
    • world bring about modifications. I can do not more than intimate that
    • you that what is said about contradiction is really sheer invention —
    • whole libraries to be written about it. As a matter of fact it would
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    • was a saying: “Look at a man who goes about not as a greybeard
    • and not as a child, who moves about as a healthy, not as a sick being,
    • by a man when he walks for two hours: this comes to about a mile. (Note
    • by translator: a German mile equals about five English miles.) They
    • can be covered in about two hours, And so there lasted on into the 19th
    • and in his attitude towards Christianity. And so it came about that
    • had brought about the death of their arch-enemy without boasting about
    • knew not only more than any of the teachers about the secrets of the
    • for bringing about different combinations and dissolutions of substances.
    • sense I have just described. This man did indeed know something about
    • silence. The world really knows nothing about him except that he was
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    • over the earth and whose evolution is to be brought about through macrocosmic
    • on account of the constellation brought about by the relative position
    • way as to bring about the mighty physical upheavals of the Atlantean
    • situation comes about: when those who are cognisant of such a matter
    • always works for a period of about four hundred years, then it begins
    • is a certain epoch, lasting for about six to eight thousand years, during
    • happens on the earth is brought about by great celestial conditions,
    • as a kind of example of how what is brought about by spiritual happenings,
    • modifications, special conditions, come about in the activities of the
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    • about in the instincts of the peoples in post-Grecian times? It was
    • Science nobody has spoken so aptly about the relation of the astral
    • body to the etheric and physical bodies, about the waking state and
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    • from that adopted by modern scholarship. What men knew about the
    • comparable with that of man to-day; they moved about the Earth
    • followed after it into the universe. I have already spoken about this
    • get to know someone, then we go away and are tempted to talk about
    • way we speak about the different people we know. On one occasion the
    • putting something of ourselves into our words. We may speak about the
    • rhapsodise about him. But we are not in the least concerned with what
    • talking about the impression he makes upon us from outside. We are
    • talking about the inner effect he arouses in us and what we say about
    • physical science but also what Spiritual Science can tell us about
    • or our senses tell us about him; the impression can be understood by
    • about it afterwards and remaining in the same old grooves. If that
    • about unity the Society may be permeated by a common spiritual blood.
    • If this comes about it may perhaps be possible, as a result of this
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    • Movement. But when I spoke about what I meant by this title to one or
    • about these intimate esoteric truths. If one wishes to avoid abstract
    • generalisations and to speak in a concrete way about karma and its
    • this difference, we naturally ask about its origin. In the last two
    • movement of Mohammedanism, or Arabism, which arose about half a
    • be held against a man that he once wrote not unfavourably about
    • clear evidence that there was something quite out of the common about him.
    • deeply. There was something absolutely original about him, a
    • and its changing whereabouts in the world had already reached the
    • what can be known about the repeated lives of a certain personality.
    • about under the influence of the Christmas Foundation Meeting, the
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    • you about karmic connections in the evolution of humanity, and to-day
    • about a third of the time of life on the Earth.
    • Ahrimanic disposition would go about during the day as if in a
    • man of a more Luciferic disposition would go about in a state of
    • backward order amounts to about one third of the span of his earthly
    • ‘journey’ lasts about twenty years, that is to say, this
    • experiences every night would be unendurable and bring about the
    • was brought about through a man being born whose spirit was then
    • like to speak today about an individual who was incarnated about the
    • Christianity. There is something extremely moving about this
    • between puberty and about the twenty-first or twenty-second years,
    • to learn about this existence in many different ways; but in actual
    • astro-physicists have to say about the stars. In our civilisation and
    • Very little is said about it as yet in medical literature, but
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    • and regularity about this work. Of course you cannot take what I have
    • about the development of those truths and facts which have been put
    • is information given about the higher worlds, information that is the
    • someone asserting these things about Zarathustra and his incarnations.
    • we are always being told things about the higher worlds; all that is
    • possible: A man who knows a great deal about the theosophical truths
    • woke up in the morning you could remember nothing about your
    • this our earth; formerly it did not exist, it could only come about
    • That which brings revelations, real facts about the spiritual world,
    • had not yet heard about it. If this were the case, the legacy would
    • nevertheless have its value for you. Even if you do not hear about it
    • drawing of it, but simply and solely our thoughts about a circle. With
    • brings about a definite change in the whole structure of the human
    • change comes about in the instrument, and this change must be brought
    • about by the activity of thought itself. No one is born with all the
    • About 35 years ago I was once walking along the street with a young
    • soon see then what nonsense he had been carrying about in his head.
    • it. And every possibility of making a judgment about the spiritual
    • Thus one will be for ever hovering about without firm foundations if
    • Discrimination is what we need, otherwise we shall bring about all the
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • occasion, therefore, I would like to speak in particular about
    • a platform and hold forth theoretically about gymnastics. His
    • intelligent assent to the sort of thing about which I have been
    • speaking, I am also a little uncomfortable about the nodding,
    • discharge his duty in other ways than by lecturing about
    • for this reason or go about shouting such things
    • eternity he will never really know anything about the watch. He
    • may be well informed about the glass, the hands, the materials
    • of which the watch is made, but he knows nothing about the
    • something about nutrition only if we can enter in a living way
    • give us a true knowledge of man. The way we talk about nature
    • process talked about as if it were a sort of inner burning, the
    • combines with oxygen, but to talk in this way is about as
    • elongate into legs so that the frog can hop about on land. This
    • process. How is it brought about? The first system of
    • task to bring about the synthesis of what in successive stages
    • speech has something artistic about it. This may require some
    • something in later talks about matters that fundamentally
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    • about something that is pre-eminently a goal to be striven for
    • Today I wish to speak about the following question: with
    • gratitude about our own education, because the human soul
    • has been said about enthusiasm here, when I go through the
    • deep in our hearts, not merely by talking about it; within our
    • bringing about changes of location in space. Similarly,
    • brought about mechanically through the human being moving
    • process of becoming ill brings about a genuinely physical
    • said about a lecture such as the one I gave here yesterday
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    • himself, and, thinking about man in this way, that it is a
    • things by theorizing about the motor nerves and the like. That
    • tendency exists, and we shall never become clear about
    • about this task. The teacher, above all others, should be
    • Steiner Press, 1981.] about meteoric iron, for instance,
    • who are conversant with the scientific concepts about iron, it
    • by this enthusiasm. This is not the time to talk about the
    • however, about things that ought to be rejected in our
    • should not speak about the possibility of celebrating a Michael
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    • about” is the effect of the a, for he knows that this
    • esoteric should ask less about cause and effect, but should say
    • They spoke about the third sun in all the mysteries. The first is the
    • that he knew about the third sun but couldn't identify it with
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    • about them constantly push in front of our meditating
    • very disturbed about this, because until now we thought that we
    • social life or for news about one's dear fellow men, we would then
    • about it one would have to say that denial of the will doesn't lead
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    • are given us bring about? They help us to gradually loosen ourselves
    • visions. We'll see that all the thoughts we've had about good,
    • dust and give him his physical sheath. But Lucifer who is now about
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    • science says about the kinship of man with the apes is undoubtedly
    • constellation of sun and earth had to be brought about for the sake
    • about, as a kind of mirror-image on earth, the contrast between man
    • their underlying, inner, spiritual forces. Let us be clear about
    • In contrast to these events, there are things that always bring about
    • continue, a new appearance of it might bring about a great
    • therefore good to say something about the mysterious relationship of
    • will speak tomorrow about the great spiritual meaning of our time.
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    • various things about the past in the evolution of humanity. Today,
    • something will be said about the connection in the evolution of
    • faculty is trampled to death, so to speak, if one who talks about
    • of initiation yield as the great spiritual teachings about the
    • the cross, about Whom His disciples said that He had risen from the
    • dead, was really the one about Whom the ancient Hebraic esoteric
    • is the one about whom the ancient Hebraic esoteric doctrine speaks!
    • and truth about the Christ event.
    • know about Christianity through the documents, they destroy
    • traditions something like a record handed down about an ancient
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    • together here some little time ago, many things were said about the past
    • about the connection between the past and the immediate future. At
    • out to be for the good or ill, because what ought to come about might
    • out, if those who speak about faculties of this kind are put away as
    • be? All things, all events that come about normally in the evolution
    • happenings will come about.
    • knowledge they have gleaned about Christianity from documentary
    • reviving an old superstition. The resistance can come about
    • taking the place of the trend of evolution brought about by Halley's
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    • Steiner to tell him what it's about since he doesn't have
    • acquire theosophical tact and only speak about the school and
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    • bring us with equanimity, to never grumble about the Gods'
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    • delusions about themselves. We must especially pay attention to
    • quiet about it and to conceal the facts. This kind of thing also has
    • doesn't hurt if he sometimes becomes a brooder about himself.
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    • lower Gods made for us, and anything bad or defective about it can
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    • clear about the ways of error as about those of truth because
    • the yesterday's talk about spiritual-scientific truths with the
    • The more the confessors of spiritual science are clear about
    • The human souls judge about that which is a manifestation of
    • experiences as I have told them yesterday about which you can
    • look back to his former earth-life with the methods about which
    • Another cliff is if that seizes the soul about which I have
    • can easily come and say, yes, there somebody talks to us about
    • about what he knows as self-love.
    • come to an understanding with each other about what appears
    • about ideas in the course of history. This appeared especially
    • there many people judge about these spiritual researchers, but
    • person concerned know anything generally about that which
    • spiritual research intends? Does he know anything about the
    • serious fights, about the overcoming and deliverance from the
    • the world. We do not need to be anxious about truth. If we
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VIII: The Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death - 2
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    • Since a number of years, I have spoken here about the objects
    • about spiritual science gave occasion to envisage the objects
    • about spiritual science. I do not want to dwell on this chapter
    • First: Adventists or Sabbatists — about four pages.
    • Seventhly: theosophy, about that he knows half a page only.
    • loose sheets. For pennies you can form an opinion about that of
    • can say only half a page about the “seventh sect.”
    • about it one cannot demand that they deal with it; however,
    • persons to have to deal with the things about which they want
    • as well as they are, can know nothing about the supersensible.
    • if old worldviews spoke about the limits of knowledge. Just as
    • strengthens that about which one can say in its natural state
    • me speak about the mental capacity first. In the usual life, it
    • out something about the lung. However, one investigates the air
    • interesting, you are attracted to it like with hundred about
    • sciences says, speech comes about with Broca's organ. —
    • The thinking about which I have here spoken today answers it,
    • The meditation has to come about with such motionlessness of
    • walks from life to life. One speaks about immortality not only
    • speaks about the soul, you find the following words, and
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    • I would like to speak to you about the whole purpose and meaning of
    • concern about something which lies close at hand here: amateurs and
    • brought about by the eurythmic movement, work together in this exceptional
    • know, from what has already been told about curative eurythmy, that
    • Yet this outward scratching about on the human being is inconsequential
    • we become earnest about what is at work in the human organism, when
    • simplicity” that arises from having no idea whatever about the
    • of the opponents is the broadcasting of misconceptions about the whole
    • the same to say about the Christ as you, only somewhat more. He is,
    • he says nothing at all about. He criticizes what is said, simply because
    • one speaks about something he knows nothing about. He considers it a
    • mistake to know something about what he knows nothing about. Medicine
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    • fail the moment one is obliged to speak about the musical element. It
    • about the musical element. It is widely admitted that there is a tone
    • begin to speak about the musical element, it is thus necessary to
    • about in the world of musical feeling. The feeling for the third is
    • something new. The other feeling that will come about but as yet does
    • perception of instrumental music is a quite complicated process about
    • activity of the head, came about later as the downward streams of
    • [Tongebilde]. Emancipated singing actually came about later;
    • element. You see, up to about the age of nine, the child does not yet
    • instant we develop concepts about it. This is because the unfolding
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    • peculiar thing about the musical element is that neither must it
    • is brought about by the harmony out of the melody.
    • period you could not write about theosophy in any way but by arriving
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • speaking about art at a Congress where our aim is a clarification
    • the multiplicity of facts and beings of the universe to bring about
    • artistically about art. To speak about art is to lead what is
    • when we speak about art we must speak out of the spirit. How can we
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    • four: eighteen breaths (or thereabouts) and seventy-two pulse-beats
    • Or if this (All) which round about
    • To and fro they were hurried about!
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    • independence, especially in its preparatory stages, came about what
  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • about things on the Earth.
    • sort in human life. The people who lived about three thousand years
    • you all know what I have said about Imaginations in my book
    • raging around, which can reveal so much about the structure of the
    • Tomorrow I will say more about the special qualities of vision of
  • Title: Lecture II: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • Initiation” men were taught by the Mystery-priests about the
    • think, to speculate and philosophize about it. It was not so with the
    • themselves most on being practical and are filled with conceit about
    • their thinking about life only if they feel once more as men did when
    • change that had come about in human consciousness. Men felt that they
    • the priests of the Mysteries knew something definite about this
    • the possibility of pure thinking; we may profess doubts about its
    • forces of their soul, but they wander about on roofs or at least get
    • you want to know anything about the history of that system, you cannot
    • becoming rather desperate about all this because nothing fits. But the
    • We have often spoken among ourselves about the so-called theory of
    • Anthroposophical Society when we were talking about relativity, a
  • Title: Lecture III: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • essential point about these older conditions of soul was that they
    • perhaps have a dream about something that happened to you twenty-five
    • always discover something of the following sort: in this dream about
    • were able to give information about what lay behind it. Particularly
    • he knew about reality. In particular, the fact that spirits seemed to
    • was brought about for earthly humanity by Christ in the Mystery of
    • Now we spoke this morning a good deal about the opponents of
    • more about them than the uncle did about logarithms when he took them
    • His calculations about the further development of the illness showed
    • spiritual terms. That is the distressing thing about modern science:
    • tell us nothing about reality.
    • at ease. They are always harassed by anxiety about the limits they
    • That is why I wished particularly to speak to you about the past,
    • story about the log. tables, and will interpret all the powerful
    • Our normal attitude to life, or rather our ordinary judgments about
    • remarkable way about the spirit; just at the moment when materialism
    • we shall above all feel, in the right way about the past, present and
    • This is what I wished to talk about, and with these words I will bring
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    • system, that is, from above downward. Up to about the seventh
    • of intellectual theorizing about what should be done. The
    • is brought about by the fact that here an element of the nature
    • about psycho-physical parallelism, are merely testimony to the
    • — of earthly music. Thus, it comes about that
    • like a memory of music after death — until about the time
    • there, it still vibrates; it remains for about thirty years
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • anything about mathematical ideas; the other is intensely interested
    • The latter says: “I ought to think about these things! but I only
    • dream during sleep about the Madonna picture, it then possesses a
    • have forsaken their earth bodies. First that being who brings about
    • forces withdrew which would have brought about a hardening and
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • One great Initiate spoke about this in a very significant manner.
    • astrality gleaming about the upper part of the body of a plant is
    • That which is brought about outwardly in the physical world through the
    • spiritual. In our immediate age, when men know little about the vital
    • I will try to tell you a little about the life of these kingdoms; they
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • passed through their humanity on the Sun, and about three stages
    • been reached, undertook to bring about separation, so that the higher
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • forces down from the sun to the earth, thus bringing about the
    • kingdoms were raised about half a stage higher. The human astral body
    • could be raised about half a stage upward in evolution.
    • In like manner the two other kingdoms were raised about half a stage,
    • so that about the middle of the Moon period we do not find our present
    • known about the spiritual foundations of the world men will recognize
    • about conditions in which man was shone upon by the Sun at certain
    • etheric and astral bodies into the physical body were brought about.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the, Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • immature; a certain state of maturity had first to come about. This
    • our own. It was only about the middle of the Atlantean epoch that man
    • environment. Up to that time everything about him had indefinite
    • essentially into all considerations about the evolution of man on
    • importance came about.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • to say such things about past conditions of the earth and of man. Even
    • moved about in the watery element with a kind of lantern which
    • occasionally inhabited human bodies. What I am now about to describe
    • of these memories had appeared; this was about the time when the
    • indicated the nature of this Impulse when we spoke about the long
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • earth-planet, while their astral principle, which brings about the
    • dwelt upon the Moon, by other beings who were round about it and who
    • gradually, and we shall see how this was brought about throughout the
    • of love that proceed from the beings about them. This love which is to
    • offered as a free gift. Only by such a separation as has come about in
    • individualism and a uniting of separate individuals had to come about
    • we look around upon the human kingdom, and desire to learn about man,
    • something to these beings about the colour red they would not know
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • appearances!” They thought much about the stars, and studied how
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • from the influence of man — the very bones. I am now about to say
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • People think too superficially about the spiritual progress of
    • humanity. For example, someone remarks about Copernicus that a man
    • about it.
    • sensible all that was taught previously about anatomy was nonsense,
    • about through the plunge into materialism, and will be replaced by
    • this came about we must glance briefly at the way
    • Humanity had first to be led down into matter, then in a roundabout
    • understand nothing about it at all; this is only an image, and shows
    • movement and will help to bring about that future which, if only very
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    • order to bring about a combination of scientific material in
    • make one more remark about method. You see, the manner of
    • Before the time of Copernicus or Galileo men thought about
    • actually come about that this view of the starry heavens has
    • different conclusions about the world. Then came the
    • so it comes about that on the one hand what is
    • about such thing; how hard this is I should like to make
    • to say about them would not interest the mathematician, and
    • reality, not wandering about in mere speculations. If the
    • question is put: What is a cell? As you know, since about the
    • the form of the cell and can thus acquire certain ideas about
    • are the things about which we must think,
    • place, but rather to arrive at what should come about in
    • great universe. We do not understand what came about in the
    • universe. It is like a blind man talking about color to speak
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    • that there must come about a regrouping of the sciences, for
    • time has brought it about that astronomical facts are only
    • National-Literatur, where I spoke in detail about this
    • to this ‘grain of dust’ which wanders about on
    • today, so that we shall understand each other about the aim
    • of these lectures. I shall speak further about it in
    • Pole comes about because, by a rotation of its own — a
    • come about that the first two axioms are accepted and the
    • clear ideas about home-sickness. It can no doubt be explained
    • come about by scientific specialization? It has led us away
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    • with what is brought about in the terrestrial sphere by the
    • we have been speaking embraces about 28 days, as you
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    • modern times about the celestial phenomena.
    • our thoughts about the planetary system upon numbers which in
    • will be clear about this. You will see that in dealing with
    • came about through certain persons, one of whom was Peter
    • comes where they elude us. Precisely where we are about to
    • about as near to our understanding as that which is beyond
    • law, the distributive law, and this law about the product
    • plane is inclined at an angle of about seven degrees to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • the organs work, to bring about what we may call
    • about the outer world, we put together the facts and
    • to think about the starry Heavens. Not only have the men of
    • fertilization and is brought about thereby — the human
    • from this point of view the teachings about the creation of
    • about sense-perception. We must take our start from the whole
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • approximate. We have to think of the period about the middle
    • find his way about — to orientate himself in an
    • crave for proof. If you have living inner certainty about a
    • was going on in the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries. About
    • know, this phase of development — appearing about the
    • Egypto-Chaldean Age — from 747 B.C. about 2160 years
    • come about in India until a must later time, when in more
    • brought about by the relation between the Earth and the
    • certain rhythms. Something that showed itself about the tenth
    • itself again about the eleventh millennium after. What is in
    • Macrocosm whom they revered. Man felt himself about as far
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • mental pictures would bring about in us a life of fantasy or
    • reach workable ideas about the Universe without entering into
    • reach genuine pictures and ideas about the Universe in its
    • came about that man was simply placed at the latter end of
    • Sun. In one way or another it will come about that the animal
    • rotation of the Sun about the Earth, or a rotation of the
    • Earth about its own axis. If then this movement underlies
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • periodicity, brought about by man's relation to the
    • come about through the working of the whole cosmic
    • Kepler. He was the author of a strange saying about the
    • same feeling he made a statement about the comets, the deep
    • lecture-course about natural phenomena I drew attention to
    • present — the course was mainly about Heat or
    • lectures. Now that we have ascertained all this about the
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    • fertilization. In order, however, to come to ideas about this
    • through man, we must first be clear about man. Now it is,
    • know what I am about to describe, I only want to elucidate
    • ordinate axis and about and below the abscissa axis.
    • and for us at any rate this is the important thing about it.
    • this phenomenon within the human being comes about by virtue
    • What he is speaking about seems to be one and the same thing;
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    • way about such connections, but how can one reach a more
    • the constancy underlying the curve here brings about a
    • to bring about the reflection as an equation in the
    • (and we will speak about this next time) that we need: In the
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    • so-called, have undergone considerable displacements. About
    • of how we bring about the movement, then we may well be
    • form of Lemniscate were brought about in which the lower
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    • way be related to what is brought about, amid the formative
    • thoughts that were pursued about the primal generation of
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    • thinking about cosmic space and the contents of cosmic space,
    • thinking about the cosmic system? It is difficult to describe
    • have advanced to the Copernican system, why bother about
    • himself: “I think thus and thus about the world. I have
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    • What is it due to? How does it come about? What prospect is
    • the animal is really brought about by relation to the Sun.
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    • understanding of what was said before about the human being
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    • events. It can come about by our moving deliberately. When we
    • we move about a surface parallel to the Earth's surface. The
    • sees to it that you move about horizontally; if you are not a
    • we move about with a will, are also at work in the human
    • about by any deliberate action.
    • ourselves into the horizontal posture so as to bring about
    • about by our deliberate will. A movement which we do not
    • bring about by our deliberate will must be of significance
    • substance is brought about in sleep, only that then its
    • process when we move about deliberately in day-waking life,
    • process about by our own action. Through what we do
    • about the atmosphere, the chromosphere. Suppose for instance
    • in periods of about eleven years. Examine the Sun-spot
    • such as to bring about the upward outbreak for example of an
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    • about the Lemniscate axis, ie. about the line joining the two
    • theoretical ideas about Nature lead us to conceive some
    • inside him and bring about a metabolic interchange between
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    • what I said yesterday about the opposite character of Earth
    • everything about the human being can be traced in such a way
    • You will convince yourselves: what I am about to say is
    • you will find that what has here been said about the contrast
    • speaking to a Professor of Physics about Goethe's Theory of
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    • things about a so-called rebuilding of the social organism. Naturally I
    • socially. He has learnt about the 'cell-state' as the organism is often
    • think. If today many people deceive themselves about our having during
    • about what I try to accomplish. You must, however, realise how in all
    • difficult for them to be enthusiastic about anything. In thought they
    • through to things. Those today who talk a great deal about freedom from
    • is thinking in a modern way about the nature of instruction. The
    • and fifteenth years, may bring about the strengthening of the will for
    • the whole of his life. The cultivation of will is brought about when
    • education for life that begins about the fourteenth year. A possibility
    • we have to deal with one or fourteen boys. I should not complain about
    • the information they needed about conditions in life was by lectures on
    • them in a positive way they could have said: we won't bother about the
    • anthroposophy in these lectures, but what is said about natural science,
    • lectures are always interspersed with general information about nature.
    • brought about today is the development of what they have grasped in the
    • Eucken or Paulsen, or anyone else you want information about, take up one
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    • refer to a personal incident. In Berlin about twenty-three years ago a
    • all it was necessary to know were certain stereotyped things about
    • dealing with the various branches of science, about grouping these into
    • a department of life in general, that whoever wants to speak about
    • misguided conceptions about the real nature of man, and do not acquire
    • say about this today.
    • discussions about this cultural and historical phenomenon, and to have
    • there not in the middle class today those who scarcely know more about
    • here, knows how to think concretely about all that is in it. He looks to
    • a world-embracing sense if we bring this about. Let us now bring the East
    • out of which anything about education must issue. Those who can best
    • to what we try here to bring about through anthroposophy. We must come to
    • work? When today in their complacent way, they talk about the wrongs
    • today we have to be in our indications of what is to come about; how
    • because they know absolutely nothing about what is necessary, having
    • wretched condition, on this account that we hear about anything tried-out
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    • about what lies on the surface, they do not produce any rational result
    • opinion about human affairs in general. Today it is considered
    • understanding absolutely nothing about them. We have in our midst
    • sensible things to say about general human conditions than the man who
    • trade, and he should learn about the various business connections. All
    • the real, true nature of the architecture. We need today to bring about
    • formed by people about what is necessary for them on the grounds of their
    • delude ourselves about how profoundly it is rooted in the French to work
    • today to form the most trivial judgment about what is meant here than,
    • truth about themselves. On the other hand they should be permeated by the
    • accumulation of trifles which has brought about the terrible havoc
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    • gave you last year about the teacher himself, the teacher and
    • say that when today someone in Central Europe speaks about, e.g.,
    • dispute among other things about questions of education, that
    • who have to decide about spiritual questions in Central Europe,
    • school about plants, minerals, animals, etc., so that they can
    • educational principle. When we are teaching the children about
    • lessons so that your way of teaching about plants and animals
    • about through the fact that we recognise this child has the
    • about that unfortunately our “scientists” have been
    • about something which does often happen. The teacher cuts
    • about him or on the side of the scholars, you would under
    • exactly about what things you have to be silent before certain
    • There is a publication about education by Herbert Spencer which
    • of maxims, of “Principles,” as he calls them, about
    • individual case. Now in his book about education, before
    • collected sufficient facts about the being of the growing
    • above all necessary that we should be clear about the
    • I have now learned what it was possible to learn about seven,
    • that the quality which you bring about in the children will not
    • different. We bring about many-sidedness in life. This does not
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