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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • For a different translation of this lecture, see:
    • say that, each in a different way, these three festivals bring man
    • festivals also differ as regards the human soul-forces. Christmas
    • differently in ancient times — for instance, seven or eight
    • souls were indeed differently constituted than they are to-day,
    • differing, modes of knowledge. Let us turn our attention for the
    • different from that of to-day. Our astronomy is in a certain sense
    • carefully selected Mystery-pupils. It had a different effect then than
    • different way in which at that time they were taught. It is quite a
    • different matter to call upon the reasoning of children through the
    • it is a different matter to know these things — from the
    • differently regarded than it is to-day. Again the historians of
    • The facts are simply upon occasion quite different from the concepts
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • Golgotha from a different quarter than that from which the
    • came from two such different quarters. For a heavenly Being, as yet
    • differentiations. And the Magi, who received a sun-annunciation, an
    • soul-constitution was an entirely different one, will only be
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • with, it is no doubt a matter of indifference whether you walk to good
    • different. When you speak of the ‘look’ of a man, you mean
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • altogether different direction, but considers them to be natural
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • body, how it differs in substance, and so on. Such descriptions are
    • There is not so far to go; very soon something different is reached.
    • activity is somewhat different from that I have described for sleep;
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • for example, differ from the manifestations of the human Egos, or
    • the plant Earth-soul. The differences were known, but gradually they
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • differences.
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • as though from eternal wellsprings, impelling him to seek a different
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
    • only difference is that the ancients conceived the Fall as something
    • is, it is on an entirely different score than that of ability.) It is
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • another to a different region and it is finally quite obvious that
    • into being, passing through different stages of spiritual evolution
    • reincarnation — will be quite different, simply because their
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • super-sensible. They emphasise the difference between anthroposophy's
    • a different character than it has in everyday life.
    • a tremendous difference is to be seen between the form of man's head
    • that the human head is of an entirely different character, even in
    • super-sensible thinking, it is different. It would be quite impossible
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
    • us into a different person. But nowadays an unconscious
    • different person from week to week, year to year, and decade to
    • but there is no difference between the sensory and the motor nerves.
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • men's souls onto quite a different level of development from the one
    • quite differently constituted before and after the middle of the
    • the religious differences existing in different parts of the world,
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • different matters, but spiritual-scientific knowledge is much
    • uniting the different peoples of the Earth and this also intensifies
    • individualised, specialized, in the different regions of the Earth.
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • different ways in the ancient Indian peoples and in other Eastern
    • into consciousness. A different element streams into the conscious
    • be different. The ideal of the European lies one stage higher; it is
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
    • characteristics of the different peoples of the Earth. Let him
    • different peoples spread over the Earth. It is in the East, then,
    • There is no longer any inkling of the differentiation of full and
    • One can, of course, speak from many different
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • us at different stages. Then, if we have developed the capacity to
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • are, of course, different from those of earlier times, and in
    • in different regions. I myself had an elderly friend who
    • different from the simple methods employed in the Middle Ages
    • the deepest forces of the human soul, forces quite different
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • that the experiences of the human soul between death and rebirth differ
    • different things here in physical existence on earth. It can be compared
    • different about it.” My dear friends, if I tell you what an
    • had a force of vibratory stimulus quite different from anything possible
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • the first place an undifferentiated condition of soul. In this undefined
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • this experience of movement in an undifferentiated world-substance
    • joy, your blood beats differently from the way it beats when you are
    • difference in the pulsation of the blood. The pulsation of the blood is,
    • swimming in an undifferentiated world-substance, and again what I
    • differentiated world around us to a universal existence. The fact that
    • soul becomes altogether different from what it is in the life of
    • experience the difference between the Sun as a planet and as a fixed
    • looking, however, will be essentially different in kind.
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • whole earth. The earth is not that undifferentiated body theoretically
    • were ... Through the different positions of his spine, as compared with
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • social affairs, and especially on the different economic
    • different; and not to state anything about Man's free will,
    • indifference, what one produced; one grew
    • — a matter of complete indifference, when the object is
    • of complete indifference, whether one does so by
    • a different example again. Even Lichtenberg in his day once
    • of indifference, what he is producing for and what he is paid
    • transacted between the different Associations; then you will
    • different.” How would Dr. Steiner explain the
    • difference? — Dr. Steiner replied:)
    • differently in life's service! I think one may not unjustly
    • money-market, — where it is a matter of indifference,
    • the matter will see, that the three different systems of life
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • which the different members of the audience may have more
    • then, in a little while, things will be different. And so
    • who talk a very different language: namely the broad masses
    • very different. Yet they were but a small Few, who went out
    • differently; you ought to call in a specialist; you ought to
    • the attempts that have been made, and give them a different
    • ‘association,’ in which the different
    • indifference. We no longer trouble ourselves to-day about
    • actual economic industry, to carry on the different branches
    • making things different; and, first and foremost, that we
    • different things besides. And if you go through the whole
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • such problems I am obliged to take a quite different course
    • spirit normally has to proceed differently, especially
    • has a different relationship to human life. In our soul life
    • thing where we have to admit that it has a quite different
    • different nature from what can otherwise be found by normal
    • it has to develop into something different. For it has to be
    • able to see and perceive something different from what can be
    • soul has to attain a quite different constitution from the one
    • different kind of perception. In my writings, where more
    • our thinking, our minds in a different direction from the
    • two particular respects we have to be able to differentiate
    • place in the soul. Whoever has not learned to differentiate
    • other thing that has to be differentiated from what I have
    • experience. We have to find quite different inner forces in our
    • are quite different from those we must use when ordinary
    • our ordinary life, but only a different kind of knowledge
    • — we then have quite a different relationship to the
    • different person. Many misunderstandings arise in the outside
    • states, in this condition of soul, the soul has a different
    • everyday senses, quite differently from the somewhat
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • sorts of differences but in which it would become
    • different aspects of this, starting from the various
    • two nations are quite different in character. The one is the
    • clearly differentiated epochs according to the inner character
    • Then there comes a time which is sharply differentiated from
    • superseded by a quite different way of thinking and quite
    • different inner motives. In place of the merely comradely sort
    • individualism. Lamprecht differentiates it from the earlier
    • difference between these two people and the way they look at
    • they find a few sentences the same with two different authors
    • spirit can detect the difference between the American
    • great difference — on the one hand a personal
    • different way when one is confronted by another person and has
    • the fact that something quite different was also happening in
    • conscious in us in a quite different way from our perceptions
    • life and historical evolution from a different source than what
    • different configuration of the human soul. What in the science
    • century, what is suddenly different in what takes place, only
    • consciousness soul has a quite different relationship to
    • expression quite differently in such people as the Italian or
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • different, for example, he feels aggrieved that the hitherto
    • objections is certainly not very different. One just has to
    • hypotheses” they differentiate only between body and
    • which man is a different being from what he was in earlier
    • into a different relation with the animal world — for
    • a quite different attitude to the spirit. Naturally this must
    • the knowledge that man bears within him different impulses
    • imposes upon you. You will find many things different from
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • the lecture should, in his opinion, have been different
    • very different! It should be noticed however, that one
    • scientific point of view, both are quite different from the
    • of human evolution wherein man has become a different being
    • relationship to the animal world different from that which
    • different from what they were a comparatively short time ago;
    • ago, to put moral science on a different basis, and in my
    • put from as many different points of view as possible —
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • different facts which face us in the world.
    • of the experiences he has had in the different towns is a
    • a different set of circumstances. Through the experiences
    • something entirely different from what is often said in
    • the life of the soul, different experiences, in consecutive
    • passes on to different points in universal, in cosmic space.
    • comparison. We shall see too that the difference between the
    • of his earth life, differences in the content of his soul
    • concretely to observe the differences in the soul life of the
    • different epochs of which I have already spoken. And then
    • then cosmic space becomes a very different thing to the
    • makes on inwardly a different man. A man learns to feel
    • souls there exists things that are very different from what
    • presentiment that muck ought to be different — let us
    • anyone has this in view in education it is a very different
    • several different points of view. I have intimated that we
    • can feed himself by a science that is quite different from
    • in front of one. This will produce quite a different kind of
    • different metamorphoses. Otherwise we shall never get out of
    • different point of space. Suppose you travel from Stuttgart
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  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • find a different interpretations of the same wording. Depending
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • a man born blind being operated on so that he can see. The difference
    • been known to the Initiates, implies a condition of consciousness different
    • a different basic colour from that of a lamb. Even in human beings the
    • of man's being, which comes to expression in a name different
    • these four members; but there is a difference between a primitive savage
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • worlds. But there is a difference here. Helen Keller has to say to herself:
    • what actually happened in space; it is something quite different. When
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • certain relationship; but even so there is a great, decisive difference
    • are different. The etheric body then leaves him, as well as the astral
    • emanating from it; in its contours it is no different from that of certain
    • or a saint such as St. Francis of Assisi, things are quite different.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • can understand the difference between individuals. Some of them have
    • but that is not how it goes. Think how different life was for a man who
    • development of human personality are very different from what they were
    • make tools. How different it all is today! We can see how the face
    • the world quite different from the picture which prevails today among
    • fell on the Earth under quite different conditions as time went on.
    • of the soul are obviously very different in a male incarnation from
    • motion, a man perceives the astral world. But the difference between
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • with all its flora and fauna, is continually changing: how different,
    • How different things must have been here, when primeval forest still
    • different. As soon as an Initiate enters that plane, he comes to know
    • after a good previous life is different from the substance collected
    • to build up a new astral body out of undifferentiated astral substance,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • being enters on a new life, and his various bodies develop in different
    • ways and at different times. The educator should always bear this in
    • mind. The period from the first to the seventh year is very different
    • if we keep before our eyes the different ways in which the various members
    • such widely differing conditions? For instance, we see one child born
    • in my next life. The cause of different circumstances at birth is not
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • how causes and effects are connected with these different bodies.
    • They have differing currents and movements, and these impart a particular
    • ago the occult teacher had a quite different task. He had to concern
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • and the Earth itself, were quite different. There was a time when none
    • man, though in a quite different form, was already there. His physical
    • was quite different in earlier times; only by relating the present to the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • the planet we know, it was a very different one. At the beginning of
    • planets; they are four different conditions of the same planet. They
    • but the Earth has existed in these four different conditions.
    • the first-born of our creative process. But Saturn-man was very different
    • forms were quite different from those we know today.
    • again only a repetition of Saturn in a rather different form. The second
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • a quite different process prevailed in those times. The whole of the
    • The germinal human forms were differentiated and articulated; and because
    • further million years or so, Earth and Moon had acquired a very different
    • of man today. Yet they were very different from modern man. The shape
    • of the head and forehead was quite different; the forehead was much
    • thus united, the soul-powers of the Atlanteans were fundamentally different
    • were more strongly developed: they could distinguish different metals
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • brings out the difference between the whole outlook of the Atlantean
    • his God teaches is very different from what your magical black signs
    • feeling quite different from our own. The Atlantean, too, was still
    • of the ancient Persians, had a very different mission, although its
    • Manu, but came under the influence of other cultures. It had a different
    • How different earlier
    • Copernican for the physical. In future times yet another, quite different
    • the future we shall hear something very different and stand in quite
    • a different relationship to one another.
    • now brings to us in a different form. When we are reborn, we shall hear
    • this characteristic of truth, we shall acquire a quite different relation
    • forms. And we shall then look at modern humanity in a quite different
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • examples that in dreams we live in a very different sort of time from
    • may have a different experience: they may dream, for instance, that
    • our manner of perception in dreams is quite different from that of ordinary
    • comes faith, which in its occult sense implies something rather different
    • on whom he can strictly rely. In this connection three different ways
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • to do it — that again is a different question.
    • fact that he knew nothing about it makes no difference to his karma.
    • different and better ideas, but no-one will say that anyone else's ideas
    • we shall see how it differs from the Eastern way. This Christian way
    • for him; his body must become as indifferent to him as a piece of wood.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • then needed a different form of training. Among the Initiates it was
    • along different paths, just as at the foot of a mountain there are various
    • way? There is a great difference between the Earth seen by the occultist
    • have produced all the different kinds of beings on it.
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • for us to realize the fundamental difference between natural science
    • there is a difference between the mere crude description of a
    • When we are counting it makes no difference what we count. Learning
    • correct is altogether different from the way we contemplate and form
    • on from a to b. Mark the difference between the way
    • b. Now I might also do it differently. Namely I might first
    • a different force than when I pulled direct from a to
    • the world of facts. If once you realize this difference between the
    • difference between all those things that can be determined within the
    • have the difference — clear and keen — between Phoronomy
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • interacting in a different way than upward.
    • how differently your own etheric body is inserted into your muscles
    • our astral body is more independent, and independent in a different
    • is inserted into both, but in a very different way. Into the muscle
    • must ask how it is in it, for it is in it differently in the eye and
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • thing differently by using a prism with curved instead of plane
    • vitality. This difference, between what is contained in this more
    • What is it due to? It is due to there being two different kinds of
    • as we have seen, they are quite different. The lens is formed more
    • activity is differentiated into that of the lens and the vitreous
    • body respectively. From what is thus differentiated the activity is
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • reflected a little differently. Part of the cone of light, as
    • though the screen were being illumined from two different places. Now
    • here by way of differences in velocity of light, — is not of
    • the waves are of a different kind from those of sound. In sound there
    • a great difference there is between taking the phenomena purely as
    • generate a spectrum in a somewhat different way (
    • force, it puts itself in the way, even as an indifferent obstacle
    • different order (
    • into greenish-blue. I get a band of colours in a different order. On
    • black band too in seven colours, only in a different order, —
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • light or little bands of light at different places, according to the
    • with this property. They shine in a different way when, so to speak,
    • latter whizzes past us. This is quite different from the Kantian
    • see, the case is different. Here too you have an astral relation; but
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • 16th century was radically different. Today at school we get so
    • perceive the thing displaced. It appears at a different place than
    • space. It is projected moreover to a position different from where it
    • of any difference in their case? It is precisely the same; both are
    • property, but not between different degrees of debt. Debt is debt and
    • different degrees; darkness is simply darkness. It is this failure to
    • space differ for our perception from the negative? As to the
    • feeling and sensation there is an essential difference between being
    • difference between the way we thus unite with the light-flooded
    • essential difference between the way we feel ourselves within the
    • 16th century, has quite lost hold of this difference. The
    • somehow to blur and wipe away such differences as these. Suppose
    • however that you face the difference, quite obviously given in point
    • each other by the difference between the number of impacts they
    • entity, — if I describe the different items so that they belong
    • parts of Nature. And here we come to something radically different.
    • that the different kinds of ether-vibrations are dispersed by the
    • prism; these different kinds of vibrations then appear to us as
    • different colours. By calculation one may even explain from the
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • different way. We note that by darkening the light with red the
    • between the lens and the cornea, — a highly differentiated
    • on. The only difference is that in the ^one case the whole
    • the eye alone, — is in no way different from what it is when
    • one with it. It is but an incidental difference, whether you become
    • essential difference between the green image engendered spatially
    • there is no tangible difference, save that the process is spatial
    • essential difference. A sensible and thoughtful contemplation of
    • difference does it make, whether the necessary apparatus is out
    • significant difference. You can localize the perception of light
    • difference between itself and your environment. What is it
    • imparting something to us. But this grows different again when we
    • must distinguish between different levels in our consciousness. One
    • differentiated form so that we may be able to perceive —
    • differentiated airy element outside us. In this respect, my dear
    • differentiation, enabling me to perceive and experience the airy
    • differentiation of the air.
    • manifold and differentiated way — this upward and downward
    • own hand by the difference between the warmth of your hand and the
    • the differentiated airy movement that comes to you from without.
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  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • of thinking was very different from what it then became.
    • different object that happens to be so attuned — is there in
    • perceive notes of different pitch. How do the external phenomena of
    • vibration, which accompany the note, differ with respect to notes
    • of different pitch? The answer can be shewn by such experiments as
    • at once distinguish the different pitch of the two notes. How then
    • fundamentally different from my hearing. When I am seeing, the same
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • means of different metals with the help of liquids. The other thing
    • which here revealed itself, proved to be very different from what
    • something quite different after all? In course of time the
    • such a tube, they now imagined there to be two different kinds of
    • and bone in different ways and have thus proved of great importance
    • So they were dealing already with many different kinds of rays.
    • They no longer had names enough for all the different kinds! They
    • separated-out and analyzed and then reveal very striking differences
    • differences in velocity as the most essential thing. What is it
    • present time? It is the different velocities with which the normal,
    • one-another. It is that differences of velocity are there in the
    • with, unconsciously — to go into differences of velocity in a
    • — an altogether different substance. Thus we no longer have
    • fundamentally different from that of the phenomena of sound or
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • different from what it was before. We have to do no longer with
    • for instance, revealing all these different kinds of rays, the
    • — and something radically different. For we have certainly
    • The difference
    • different when we go down from the phenomena of light and sound,
    • different when you as human being meet the phenomena of this other
    • spiritual realm we differentiate between the Luciferic, that is
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • and its phenomena in quite a different way from today and
    • great riddles of existence scientifically from a different
    • science, but from different sources.
    • through not differentiating them .properly. What is really
    • experienced in different ways. If we wanted to experience
    • thirsty, or different kinds of hunger or thirst, we would not
    • somewhat different way from our normal experience, that
    • a science of spirit any more than a differentiated experience
    • different from the means employed by natural science. And so my
    • things turn out to be quite different from what we had
    • become quite different. This happens, above all, when, by means
    • differentiation of the
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • difference between the anthroposophically orientated science of
    • Hartmann. I discussed this difference recently in
    • respects the science of spirit is radically different from this
    • This is what differentiates the view of the
    • heights from our newly-won viewpoint in a quite different
    • looks quite different from anything that can be experienced in
    • whole mood and constitution of the soul is radically different
    • different when compared with real spiritual experiences. The
    • has are different, for it is not possible to recall them in
    • scientist of spirit being able to differentiate actual
    • different from an experience that takes place in our normal
    • of doing quite different things the second or third time.
    • different relationship to the physical, since it works against
    • science of spirit. This is why there are so many different
    • each time in a different way, describing the same things
    • differently. Knowledge derived through the science of spirit
    • become accustomed to a quite different kind
    • to say about the eternal, the spiritual, is different from what
    • that the attitude of the soul toward the spirit is different
    • gives the investigator quite different problems from the person
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • differently according to the temperature to which one has previously
    • feel different in winter from the way it feels in summer. Even though
    • difference between this objective determination in which we have no
    • a difference, a real objective difference, between the determination
    • such a difference into my ideas and concepts? This whole course will
    • that the various organs are quite different in their sensitiveness to
    • this heat-being, that the heart, the liver, the lungs differ
    • intermediate temperature, I get different sensations? Is there really
    • something in the conceptual realm that is different from the so-called
    • You will then get different readings depending on whether you observe
    • mercury will act differently on the two. In the one it will rise; in
    • differently from your sensations. For the setting up of a view of the
    • occurs, namely a difference is shown from the immediately preceding
    • process there is no difference.
    • different state of consciousness, a different soul life. It is
    • limit ourselves to mere thinking. Then we come to a different result.
    • application in limited fields makes no difference. The principle
    • that you could not see colors with your eye but only different degrees
    • and it is thus with the perception of heat. Those differences which
    • is an isolated organ, such differences you do not perceive at all in
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    • different metal, and if we measured precisely the amount of the
    • different substances expanded various amounts. Thus we would be able
    • made here is presented very differently if you study it in the
    • rod, differed for different substances. If by means of further
    • for various fluids, again we will find different values for various
    • not different for various gases but that this expansion coefficient as
    • relations with heat appear. It appears that different gases are
    • say that as we proceed from solid bodies to gases, the different
    • experiments in quite different fields were carried out there,
    • then it becomes a matter of great importance that entirely different
    • condition there takes place an individualizing, a differentiation.
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    • a position not different from that of the one-dimensional being when a
    • as different entirely in its nature from space quantities. You must
    • The physicist Crookes approached this subject from entirely different
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    • different from that of the first power. We have to proceed in an
    • among people in general quite different from what it has now. The
    • have spread over our entire organism, as it were, the undifferentiated
    • heat organ, and the undifferentiated pressure organ.
    • come to a different conclusion from those whose view is expressed
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    • somewhat differently from the way I intended. The reason for this is
    • conception that when we speak a poem we are dealing with two different
    • previous course, made a very definite differentiation between mere
    • themselves in space. Likewise, with time, you would all be different
    • active inside of you; at this moment it falls into a different
    • transition to an entirely different sphere. It is very necessary to
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    • the value of this difference in height. And the amount of the
    • same conditions as water shows a widely different pressure. Not only
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    • demonstrate with appropriate instruments the delicate differences in
    • instruments that will show us the difference in the way the process
    • differences depending on whether we carry out the same experiment
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    • blood showed a different behavior in the tropics and in the colder
    • regions, and from this concluded that there was a different sort of
    • essentially different from each other, the spiritual world and the
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    • then we can state the difference as
    • with the difference between the two levels. (The sense in which this
    • experiment we also had a kind of difference in levels,
    • work depends on the difference between
    • Here too, we have something that can be denoted as a difference in level.
    • take account of difference in level. The part played by this, what is
    • these different regions. In each one we see appearing what I might
    • have brought their form-creating force into a different relation. This
    • of differing constitution, shows us the polarization figures.
    • figures, one must seek for their origin in an entirely different
    • do with an interpenetration of different realms which we have simply
    • interpenetration of different realms.
    • rainbows a different aspect. I wish only to mention this here —
    • which belongs to an entirely different realm; but you will see that
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    • different materials. If you grasp a metallic rod in your fingers by
    • something very different from conduction even though there is a
    • influenced, and in the other form it is a matter of indifference what
    • Now we will perform also an experiment to show how the different
    • gradual spreading of the effect of the heat in the different
    • exactly the same way we can, in this different realm of states of
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    • of chemical activity. Thus you see an essential difference between the
    • must now say “heat is motion,” but in an entirely different
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    • myself in a different way from that ordinarily used. The ordinary
    • the difference between transparent bodies and the ordinary
    • a difference, here
    • gives us the temperature difference.
    • Upon this difference depends the fact that we have a conduction of
    • difference is small, a small quantity of heat is transferred to attain
    • equilibrium, and when the difference is great a larger quantity is
    • a certain condition depends on this temperature difference,
    • Furthermore, it will depend not only on the difference
    • temperature fall, a difference in level. Please keep this in mind.
    • and the motion is due to the energy arising from a different in level,
    • my considerations in some way. I must bring in the differences that
    • To do this, I employ the differential ratio
    • something qualitatively different) and, proceeding into the chemical
    • then have to come back from two different points at infinity. The way
    • different. Within mathematics, unless the matter slips us because it
    • into account the qualitative differences between various forms of
    • like to reckon with numerical quality differences. They use positive
    • the basis of qualitative differences.
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    • heat, we will be able to get a concept also of the difference between
    • difference in pressure, etc.
    • different from the one existing between the gas and heat playing
    • different relation involved than when heat is active through the gas.
    • find in it, namely, a difference in level of transition. (Unless we
    • heat in former ages as quite different from the heat you know now.
    • gas was once illumined within is an entirely different reality from
    • still different type will be valid. Our modern physics must conform
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    • difference in level or potential differences. Please endeavor now, to
    • trace what is similar to potential difference in this realm we are
    • difference which becomes active in the case where gravity is used to
    • make clear to ourselves that we have differences in level involved in
    • Everywhere are potential differences, we meet them wherever we study
    • result of the difference between chemical effects and the forces that
    • are in the fluid. It is a Y - Y′ potential difference. And in
    • tone, a lower Y - X′ potential difference is manifesting.
    • reality we are dealing with a potential difference between chemical
    • the air, we are dealing with a potential difference between what is
    • manifests through potential differences. The matter rests on these
    • differences in potential even though we remain in one element, in
    • distinctions between realms, do we deal with potential differences in
    • not so, the terrestrial phenomena themselves would be different. This
    • experience the difference between our own temperature and the
    • experience one potential difference while we are the other potential
    • difference. We experience the Y - X′ difference; we do not
    • experience the Y - Y′ difference because that is part of our
    • specialist in one line, another man is a specialist in a different
    • results quite different from those attained up to the present.
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • entirely different languages of the soul. This is so to a far greater
    • rather different in character, which headed straight into
    • districts, quite a different style in the journals and even in the
    • we shall find this great difference. The forms of the thoughts have
    • These are two different standpoints in physical life. What matters is
    • what they can glean from different standpoints; the egoistic
    • nearer to each other when we know how to place our different
    • shape words differently from what is customary when telling people
    • it makes no difference to us, for we decree how we propose to
    • all, it is quite a different matter if in earlier centuries —
    • are of quite a different inner make-up from those who were born even
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • clothed in all kinds of different words — one man speaking
    • different guises but claimed always to be the one and only genuine,
    • now I want to speak of something quite different, but gradually
    • beginning of our era were able to feel quite differently from the
    • about. Education, of course, may be spoken about in different ways,
    • rough tradition what had once been inherited in a different way, so
    • that an event could be of such significance! Quite a different kind
    • something quite different from what they ought to hear. They hear
    • use different words, or perhaps only different ways of putting the
    • speaks quite differently from the way in which people speak elsewhere
    • lies at the root of a striving in many different forms during the
    • Because in reality he is seeking for something quite different.
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • I really do not find any very great difference between those people
    • theosophy is by no means essentially different. It comes down to
    • have materialistic form. That is the difference between what is
    • presented and accepted as Anthroposophy is quite different from what
    • difference between pointing at tables giving the atomic weight of
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • different way, merely as a kind of thermometer for registering
    • account the same things will be very differently judged according to
    • the different cultural conditions in which they occur. The view of
    • since the end of the last century are faced with quite a different
    • upon his soul, that they were no different from those of his own
    • are no different from what this present age calls its ideals. After
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • on what is this difference really based? Let us look into the depths
    • different way.
    • different. If in that world we reach picture-consciousness,
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • older towards the younger generation must assume a different
    • different it is when one is permeated with the consciousness that
    • If nothing of this consciousness exists there is quite a different
    • riddle which one approaches in quite a different way from what is
    • something quite different. It really says: Man! look around you at
    • the driving forces prevalent among various peoples in different
    • will increasingly take a different course.
    • differently. There are people today in whom there no longer echoes
    • being, yet the confidence we bring him is different from the
    • world-riddle, we take our place in the world quite differently from
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • because of the indifference with which people study nowadays what is
    • with indifference, or objectively as one says; the inner being, the
    • such people it was not a matter of indifference if they discovered
    • either pleasing or displeasing. What a difference there is between
    • difference there is must see it like this: Albertus Magnus seems to
    • indifference whether in the eyes of a divine-spiritual Being one is
    • let us say, “the difference between epigenesis and evolution”
    • human beings sitting there are judging differently. They say: “He
    • phenomena of human evolution. The difference consists in these old
    • become a theologian, for theology is judged in a different way. What
    • people will naturally have a different feeling — that it is
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • consider the great difference here between the souls of the present
    • science did not realize where the difference lay between external
    • later, and you will note in them all a different style. There is
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • at present was different before the year 333 A.D.
    • differentiate in the soul between what was active in human nature up
    • certainly discover the difference between the relation of the Greek
    • it is in no way different. From this, however, there follows
    • were being prepared for trades. We should not find much difference.
    • with their mind souls. Today a different solution must be found.
    • intellectualism. A different path will be taken. I have the very
    • chemistry. But when we confront men things are different. Then our
    • will arise a different youth movement — it may appear
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • possibility of differentiating between human beings. For human nature
    • a different point of view the course taken by mankind's
    • quite different from what it later became. But I only want to mention
    • eighth year. Man's soul becomes different, and again it changes
    • occasion it is noticed that man's soul becomes different in the
    • twinkling of a thought — it has become something different.
    • be read quite differently from other books, that it must be read in
    • the great experience contained in the difference there is when we
    • heart of the growing human being. This question takes different forms
    • in different people. But a question arises which put in the form of a
    • he alone can tell me, for it will be different if I learn it when I
    • something different. But what I want to learn is only to be learnt
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • different way of experiencing the surrounding world from the way of
    • different person. It is the ideal of science that everyone should be
    • were everyone to teach a different science. But that could not be,
    • no different ten years hence? It would be dreadful were he to remain
    • in doing it. And the child has a different feeling when we offer him
    • something quite different in ten or twenty years. If we give him
    • Is he like me or is he different? And if we believe him to be like
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • being meets another in a different way from what was the case in the
    • our foot, we come into a different relation to the earth and to the
    • one foot into a different degree of warmth from that in which the
    • something altogether different; a man, belonging to the old Indian
    • heavens. It was natural for it to be different in ancient India
    • because climatic conditions were different. But were we in
    • materiality renders today, yet one must mention how different the
    • councilor. For the man walked differently, his look was different, he
    • carried his head differently. People knew that he was a town
    • indifferent to it by means of what I described yesterday as the web
    • suggestions about education today seemed to me no different from the
    • his plate and weighed the different foods so as to take the right
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • not very different from the pressure that comes from without, from
    • the dragon receives his life out of a world quite different from that
    • different kind of value.
    • Spirit, even though we work apart in different spheres of life. The
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    • and the occultist expresses this relationship differently from the
    • the planets, turn. The different bodies, however, do not move equally
    • musical harmony arises, it rests on the fact that different strings
    • move at different speeds. In accordance with the speed with which the
    • of these different tones produces the harmony. Just as you, here in
    • Through the relationship of the different speeds of the planets, the
    • ancestors were quite differently constituted from the man of today.
    • evolution, seeing was quite different. When one person approached
    • bound up with the fact that man at that time looked quite different
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    • upon the soul quite differently than does a house, for instance, that
    • different from what it is today when one in the Middle Ages walked
    • of air and water was quite different from what it is today. Masses of
    • pictures of the first Atlantean people. How different they were from
    • again that the earth has had as many different embodiments as man.
    • The human form was always present during the different earth
    • different from the single bee. The whole beehive has a spiritual life
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    • harmony of the spheres that comes about through these different
    • difference. At the outset, we find Copernicus who, through a
    • explains the difference between these two epochs and shows us that
    • creations? They arise out of nothing! Three different things are here
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    • beings, already existed but at that time they had a differently
    • it will then function quite differently from the way it functions
    • of today with the animals, the difference between them forces one to
    • simple emptiness, but something quite different. Space is the source
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    • For a different translation of this lecture, see:
    • soul into a different relation with the great events from which the
    • and in the course of years we have studied them from different points
    • or seven thousand years ago, man had a quite different conception not
    • attitude of soul differed widely from that of to-day, they no longer
    • was very different from our modern astronomical science — although in
    • these so-called ‘secret’ teachings were no different from what is now
    • human beings in a different way. For to teach the principles of
    • clear day-consciousness, is a very different matter from imparting
    • the Mysteries is quite different from knowing them as a layman from
    • very different from what it is today. And again, those who write about
    • souls quite different in character from the souls of modern men, In my
    • was from the earth, it was a revelation that may not be differentiated
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    • Through our various embodiments we have different experiences.
    • We discover different relationships with each incarnation and
    • (Kulturmittel). It was different before: these forces used for
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    • impulses which existed in ancient Greece in a somewhat different form,
    • these regions another human race, quite a different race from the
    • different course from that of the essentially Spiritual life of the
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    • certain materialistic mentality, spoke quite differently from the way
    • Roman, Julius Caesar. There is no difference between the soul- and
    • indicated, the indication refers to two different things: first, to
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    • in quite a different way from what he does at the present day. Man
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    • “bond” which cannot of course be differentiated, and which
    • the speaker does not wish to differentiate, takes the place of
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    • are founded on a very different basis from that of the various
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • different way from the way modern man sees. In the times that
    • phlegm and in the blood, was utterly different from what the
    • allowing for very slight differences. But now, think of it: one
    • our conception of a liver cell must differ essentially from our
    • division and differentiation of this primeval germ cell —
    • universe outside is quite different from that of the liver
    • were indeed true that merely on account of their different
    • differently to universal forces outside the human being. In
    • different under different circumstances. The more photographs I
    • The squabbles in such realms are by no means different from the
    • we took many different photographs all on the same piece of
    • photographs from many different aspects had been taken on the
    • understanding of the being of man, a different approach is
    • — let us turn to a different function of the human being,
    • different from that of the brain's structure. The outer,
    • quite differently from the way in which it is thought of today
    • myself with all that is solid. It is different with the fluids
    • different angles. Just as we are led from Imagination to
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    • have to speak differently from the way people are accustomed
    • a different relationship to sexual development from that of the
    • all the factors into account, there is already a difference
    • and differentiate them, and — since differentiations do
    • the differentiations of warmth in the human organism. We can
    • about the various differentiations of the warmth. In these
    • differentiations of warmth the ego organization has its
    • the subsequent processes must be studied by a different means
    • body to the same extent; the excretory products are different
    • systematic investigations, you will discover what a difference
    • different astral conditions, step by step you will find
    • the differentiation of warmth in the organism as a whole.
    • human being, only of course they must cover the different
    • nitrogen. You will be able to relate all the differentiations
    • and leaves, for instance, is of an essentially different
    • root or even the seed itself. There is a tremendous difference,
    • found in roots or seeds. You will find that this difference is
    • the basis for the other differences, so that the effect of a
    • system is quite different from that of an extract prepared from
    • there is an inner connection between the different structures
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    • unless we differentiate, theoretically to begin with, the
    • totally different rhythms are at work in him. And so we can say
    • is quite different from the tendency to illness after puberty.
    • These two possibilities of falling ill are as different, you
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms
    • put incorrectly, it must be posed in a different way. From the
    • a plant's leaves (naturally you get totally different results
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    • processes within the human organism are different from those
    • but the different aspects under consideration here intersect,
    • there must be an entirely different understanding of the nature
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    • forward by me are founded on a basis quite different from that of the
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • said and discovered by Anthroposophy in regard to the different
    • or biologist of olden times, had an entirely different outlook from
    • different from the modern conception.
    • very slight differences. But now, think of it: one of the men may
    • this sense our conception of a liver-cell must differ essentially
    • and differentiation of this primeval germ-cell — only then
    • the universe outside is quite different from that of the liver-cell.
    • that merely on account of their different positions the liver and the
    • brain are actually related quite differently to cosmic forces outside
    • the tree from every side and the photographs may be very different.
    • one took many different photographs all on the same plate. Indeed,
    • different aspects had been taken on one plate.
    • gaining understanding of the being of man, a different way is
    • — let us consider a different function of the human organism,
    • Cosmos is quite different from that of the brain. The outer, plastic
    • think of the metabolic process quite differently from the way in
    • different with the fluids in the being of man. The fluids live in a
    • into the organism from many different angles. Just as we feel the
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    • account — there is already a difference here between the human
    • only into the differentiations of warmth in the human organism.
    • the various differentiations of the warmth. In these differentiations
    • and that the subsequent processes must be studied from a different
    • systematic investigations, you will discover what difference there is
    • under different astral conditions, and step by step you will find
    • differentiations of warmth in the organism as a whole.
    • being, only of course they must cover the different periods of his
    • the differentiations of warmth — I can only hint at this —
    • instance, is essentially different from that of the substances in the
    • root or even the seed. There is a great difference between a decoct
    • different from that of an extract prepared from roots or seeds. In
    • there is an inner connection between the different structures of the
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    • place — we differentiate the system of nerves and senses from
    • related to the different members of his super-sensible being and also
    • a different rhythm are at work in him. And so we can say: The coming
    • is of quite a different nature from the tendency to illness after
    • puberty. These two possibilities of illness are as different, shall I
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms of
    • pine-needles, for example, is quite a different thing from using,
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    • different attitude towards outer Nature, being unable to form concepts
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    • Beings of the different Hierarchies proceed from lower to higher
    • centuries are governed by a different Being from the one who directed
    • then from the Christian era onwards one can point to different Beings
    • which quite different influences and impulses flow from the
    • the matter in the same way on the wider horizon of different
    • different way. Man has always participated to some extent in the
    • personality will become something quite different. In a sense man was
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    • radically different from one another as that which has just run its
    • from many different sides, and have seen it to be the great centre of
    • In Hebraism new features began to show themselves of quite a different
    • to the careful observer. And if it shows itself here in a different
    • manner since the old Hebrew people were differently constituted, yet
    • it is the same spirit, expressing itself differently, which prevails
    • beginning. There is, however, a vast difference between that Michael
    • I have spoken here on different occasions of the evolution which
    • evolution as a whole and describe what different impulses underlie it,
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    • interests of the one particular class, its indifference to
    • different classes of mankind. Believe me, I have been
    • beginning with regard to class-differences.
    • aristocratic world-order, wore a very different aspect. Under
    • different way from ever before. Only their disinclination
    • different behind; as I expressed it myself in my lecture, there
    • itself; and in this way; namely that in the different
    • businesses, from the different persons actually engaged in
    • different businesses. One can't socialise in the individual
    • will be, that all the inter-arrangements between the different
    • different gentlemen who spoke in the course of the
    • work together from separate and very different sources: namely
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    • different from those others just because we want capriciously
    • something “new” or “different,” but
    • that the child is struck by the difference in shapes. It is not
    • make it something quite different from what it would be if we
    • quite different understanding from that aroused by the opposite
    • differently into the subject; you will notice a quite different
    • adhere to a quite different course of instruction. We proceed
    • still in these epochs. People were different then. You will
    • quite a different disposition of soul and spirit. So, in
    • children would be quite different from what they are. They
    • things are completely different. This is most striking when we
    • between differences in our vision of this child. We must
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    • making the sound. They are different. Of the feeling-shades
    • his name for “head” from a quite different source.
    • principal vowel of the source of the difference:
    • here and there from quite different relations. It is utterly
    • remains a matter of complete indifference to you, and it is
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    • colours, and in so doing it is a good idea to apply different
    • say: “I see green and I see blue, which are different
    • different angles, so that comprehension of it is kept fluid and
    • should refer the children to nature in quite a different way
    • difference between studying dead nature in the class-room
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    • having hands.” But there is a difference if while knowing
    • complete indifference but he will learn by and by to understand
    • “verb” with quite a different inner emphasis from
    • quite differently. For this ego-sense in children can be
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    • beginning of an ascent. That is a radical difference. That is
    • quite different inner disposition from one who has still long
    • through the different school-stages. Only in this way can we
    • differentiated. But with all due respect for such a science, I
    • way that there are the different kinds of memory which we have
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    • to children (in a rather different, more elementary way),
    • to awaken in the child an understanding for the different
    • different places where he has to live — and, in contrast
    • directed to the essential difference between human legs and
    • feet, and human arms and hands. The difference between the
    • difference between the egoistical service of the feet and the
    • differently you treat the subject of the mouse from that of the
    • the children, which, from your different procedure in
    • time a feeling of the difference between these two creatures.
    • find that the front limbs are not so very different from the
    • wonderful differentiation of the limbs into feet and hands,
    • what is said to him about the difference between man and the
    • able to address the child from a quite different background of
    • different fingers, when he heard: “That is the thumb;
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    • explain the difference between a pendulum-clock and a watch and
    • visualizes differently in his subconsciousness. In science we
    • that, by means of different devices, by means of the Morse
    • direction something streams in, too. The difference is only
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    • children coming in at widely different ages. Besides this, we
    • gigantic difference whether you simply ask the child for a
    • Only reflect on the difference, whether you discuss with the
    • plan if it could be arranged for the different languages to be
    • it in different directions. You will be able to say to him:
    • difference, so that the pupil comes to have a certain feeling
    • and expressed in the different languages — and, quite
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    • ages. How many stages of teaching can we differentiate
    • that the Greek had quite a different kind of memory from ours
    • history. That is, we show how the different peoples have
    • different stages than we draw at the transition from one stage
    • different colours. The separate surfaces must be coloured and
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    • familiar. We try to take the child through the difference
    • mark the different configurations of the district, drawing the
    • human life, and of the difference between the conditions of
    • fascinated by the sight of the different arms, for
    • are different from those lying above and below.” And now
    • the red line are made of different limestone.” And for
    • early point that different things flourish in a poor soil from
    • course, the difference between wheat, rye, and oats. Do not
    • earlier one — of the economic life of these different
    • the spiritual condition of the people who inhabit the different
    • spatial distribution of the characteristics of the different
    • peoples. But do not speak of the different characters of the
    • describe to him the differences between the Asiatic, the
    • European, the American peoples, and the differences between the
    • different person from a child who has not done these things.
    • human life is made up in different ways from different sides.
    • spiritual conditions of the different peoples. And at
    • you have shown the child in geography the difference between
    • You show him how they contain different minerals, how one of
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    • on different occasions already that we must agree, with regard
    • there, but it looks different in winter, in summer, in spring.
    • difference between something which endures and its attributes,
    • provoke us to an opinion different from the usual one, at least
    • difference live vividly for them which exists between the
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    • year in the different subjects. The time-tables were at the
    • different. To-day the syllabus for the schools has more and
    • quite different understanding from that in which the ordinary
    • differently.
    • school he is quite a different being from the same child in the
    • considerably. Put before the child three different substances;
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    • different subjects, at the different ages, in the different
    • this last fortnight, however different our impulses have been,
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    • necessity our educational task will differ from those which mankind
    • Post-Atlantean epoch was different, it was different again in the
    • that it is a different sleep from that of the grown-up person. What
    • friends, it makes a very great difference whether one teacher of the
    • children. There is a big difference; and the difference is not merely
    • No, the main difference — the one that is really influential in
    • will work very differently upon his pupils from a teacher who knows
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    • difference between seed and image. For a seed is something more than
    • a concept, on the other hand, it has quite a different origin; for the
    • difference between the elements of sympathy and antipathy in man.
    • the limbs. The different parts are intermingled. And it is just the
    • easily see that there is a great difference between the formation of
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    • the external world, it experiences laws very different from those
    • through the position of his eyes, has a different attitude to his
    • order clearly to differentiate between these two streams in Nature the
    • Hence it is by no means a matter of indifference whether man is living
    • naturally the body received as a child differs from the body as we lay
    • man. Because of this we affect the substances in a different way than
    • the human corpse are transformed substances, something different from
    • and gives them up again to the earth process in a different form. The
    • quite a different nature from what builds up the other systems. The
    • extent. With animal bones the conditions are different — animal
    • Copernican system; it has also quite — different, artistic
    • different footing from that on which it stands to-day. In the external
    • place in man is not a matter of indifference to the rest of nature,
    • to differentiate one province from another. You ought only to set up
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    • present in embryo — though in future this will be different. And
    • which, however, in many ways is formed differently from that of man.
    • of the physical body. If we study all the different species of animals
    • physical bodies always give us the clue to the study of the different
    • draw the different spheres of instinct. The form of the physical body
    • in the different animals is a picture of what the instinct is as will.
    • psychologists are haunted by the old, strict differentiation between
    • being the differentiation with regard to the three members of the soul
    • for differentiating the will nature in the soul — instinct,
    • where we see the difference between a man who is somewhat more
    • differently. There is much sinning in this domain. Men regard it as a
    • must realise that a child has to develop quite different powers of
    • the education of the will must be brought about in a different way
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    • different senses. Reality must be won through work.
    • is a very important difference between animals and man with regard to
    • are so different that the faculty of judgment could not be understood
    • which is of a different character. Those things which are objectively
    • to day. One must rise to a different level before one can reach such
    • different from those of the eye, and the ear is thus in many ways a
    • quite different from the sense of the ear. Eye and ear are two quite
    • different organisms — not to speak of the organisation of the
    • two quite different activities so that to class seeing and hearing
    • should find such a great difference between them that we should lose
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    • feeling and willing. Difference of the two parts of Faust. Waking
    • From the spiritual point of view, also, you will find a difference
    • all its different forms has an unconscious element in it.
    • life. The only difference is that in real sleep we “sleep”
    • view, you will not wonder that the children differ with regard to
    • realise that in the waking human being we have to do with different
    • being, the ego, related to these different conditions? The easiest way
    • different spheres of elemental life. We know that forces are at work
    • In feeling it is different. There the ego does enter into the real
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    • have a meaning which differs entirely from that we would give them in
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    • and form perceived by different senses. Goethe and colour ...
    • night in working; then matters are different. But let us suppose that
    • separated into different parts, and yet these parts work together. We
    • should learn to know nothing whatever. If we never differentiated, the
    • differentiated, if we only separated, keeping everything apart, we
    • understand the different parts, and knowledge would elude us.
    • the senses of warmth and touch are two completely different ways in
    • senses differentiated by present-day psychologists with possibly the
    • different thing when I meet a man and through the kind of relationship
    • “ I .” These are two quite different activities of
    • own ego within me is something different from the recognition of
    • “organ for perceiving the ego” is a different thing from
    • difference between the experience of my own ego and the perception of
    • the other contains something quite different. When you confront
    • spoken. In short, the thought sense is different from what is at work
    • the will, we can differentiate the senses yet further. First we have
    • differentiated. In reality the sense of touch belongs much more to the
    • form of the circle. But there we have two completely different things
    • the red in one way and the form of the circle in quite a different
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    • will-knowledge in the different departments of your work. But this
    • for us to consider the different conditions of consciousness, and to
    • dreaming and sleeping; and that all the different manifestations of
    • would have the feeling: no one of these people is different from
    • different sides showing for example how men have gradually come to
    • threefold division of childhood and youth from a rather different
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    • aspects — that the human being has different forms in the three
    • portion, only in this case they are different parts. In the breast
    • structure. There is yet another difference:
    • and out. The inside and outside are differently formed. If your
    • in the other at the beginning, that is the only difference.
    • materialistic, taking our start from something quite different, from
    • relationships to the macrocosm. How different is the outlook which
    • has done hitherto. He will feel differently if he says to himself:
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    • and limb man; and you saw how each of the three parts has a different
    • different manner from that of chest and limbs. Even at birth the head
    • giving man his form and figure, something different is happening in
    • For things are essentially different in the chest. From the very
    • With the limbs it is different again. Here from the first moment of
    • children grow differently from children endowed with a good memory.
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    • make something different out of you from what you are. There are times
    • out in nature, in the different animal forms. If you look at the
    • to a certain extent, but it is different from the breathing process in
    • it.” The process of breathing in plants is different from the
    • different from the table knife. The human process of breathing
    • the different degrees of warmth interrelated in the world outside? How
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    • sleep to different forms of bodily activity. Purposeful movements
    • sleep to different forms of mental activity. Interest essential ...
    • Here we have the difference between two component parts of the human
    • difference. Senseless activities such as a lazy person carries on are
    • difference between outward activity which has meaning and purpose and
    • that which has no meaning, so there is a difference between the inner
    • learn to think differently; then external social conditions will
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • formulas. This is a totally different relationship to
    • have established that the rate of growth differs between boys
    • boy is inwardly different, and how the force of the soul
    • expresses itself in different phases of life. Then one will
    • be able to see how the difference of growth rates between
    • different forces than those of a human being who grows
    • sureness. If one wishes to examine the different ways of
    • canvas: the trees are completely indifferent as to how I have
    • radical difference between the field of knowledge concerned
    • that mathematical knowledge is something completely different
    • that what one attains by this is completely different from
    • create, based on observation, are entirely different from it
    • have something formed in an entirely different manner. We
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • human organization into three distinctly different members.
    • we can clearly differentiate this member from the rest of the
    • depth dimension in a different way from width and height
    • difference. In this third dimension of depth, we are able to
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • spiritual science leads to a different kind of knowledge
    • — I might also say a different condition of soul in
    • characterize the difference in consciousness between an
    • mathematical thinking, things are different. The difference
    • have noticed the difference in the experience one has
    • the difference should be clear to you between “dim
    • In spite of differences in the various senses, the eye can be
    • sees something different in the inorganic realm from one who
    • described its similarity to, and some of its differences
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • possible to gain a different kind of insight into human sense
    • stages of development, and has in turn differentiated the
    • difference. It is clear that the salt cube has an existence
    • separately — all the different families and species
    • intellectual activity. The difference is that in intellectual
    • perception. The different senses as they open outward and
    • is the case with memory images. That is the basic difference
    • different person. When we compare ourselves at a certain age
    • our soul life. We have become a different person
    • make us a different person again and again in the course of
    • leaves us indifferent. We feel clearly the difference between
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • different parts of the brain and showed how they are assigned
    • different functions — one to seeing, another to hearing,
    • altogether different things in exactly the same way.
    • different things in the same way.
    • different picture of what we are doing. Here, as most of you
    • regulated respiration. They inhaled differently from the way
    • different consciousness takes shape from the ordinary one. He
    • philosophy is not only something that has taken a different
    • sensory structure can be so different from the related soul
    • Plato and Aristotle. Our intellect is organized differently.
    • different. We simply overwork that element of the soul which
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • moment to point out the difference between the fantasy
    • transforming the memory process into something different,
    • used the intellect differently from the way it is used in
    • writing them down, they turned into something different. Not
    • people, representing very different points of view, were able
    • time — perhaps in somewhat different form, but they are
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • human organism during this inner viewing is totally different
    • two completely different contents that must be reconciled
    • difference that exists between what we grasp inwardly in
    • observation is very similar to the difference between what we
    • differently and in a metamorphosed form, can become the cause
    • inspired imagination. The major difference is this: in sleep
    • that history could have developed differently. As I put it
    • something quite different from what is recorded today. Quite
    • different when it is observed from the level of knowledge
    • differently if records existed of a personality so impressive
    • Dantean period will look somewhat different from what can be
    • many years can speak in a different tone from those for whom
    • discover the real difference between what is experienced in
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • also want to bring a different spirit into science —
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    • have expressed to us, but there is a difference between them.
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    • something different to you. I hope your hearts will often answer this
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    • of wide human appeal, not something strange and different, that it is
    • Anthroposophical Movement after 1919 took on a very different
    • Society desirable? This is a very different question than whether the
    • It is of the first importance to grasp the difference between
    • I will have to describe quite differently. In the past four years,
    • development with two different aspects. This double way of evolving
    • differed from the earlier one. It appeared when, here in Stuttgart, a
    • different tone to words used in the classroom; the point was rather
    • older with a different kind of feeling in their hearts because the
    • different.
    • could not branch out into a whole range of different fields; it had
    • different occasion than those previously held here. But the events I
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    • for a different view similarly arrived at. As becomes evident in the
    • whole posture of anthroposophy, it is not enough to think differently
    • to think these different thoughts in a different way, to feel them
    • with a different attitude of soul. Anthroposophy requires that
    • conclusion from my lectures, another a quite different one, and each
    • a particular judgment. What is required is something quite different,
    • different nuance, a nuance of inner participation, perhaps, or of the
    • in the life of the soul quite differently after this first re-casting
    • the judgment, and one will find a significant difference between the
    • that he is unfamiliar with the difference between perception of
    • anthroposophy is not only different from what one thinks and feels in
    • other areas today, but that one must think differently, feel
    • differently, take a different approach than is usual elsewhere. This
    • different approach or attitude is basic to an understanding of
    • develop a different picture of the world than that striven for by
    • divine in a different way from that of earlier ages. The Mystery of
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    • is different from that generally recognized as thinking today. When
    • significance of which disputes may arise. But it makes a difference
    • different attitude of soul. People of today conceive of thinking as
    • Fichte, is to develop a soul attitude completely different from that
    • They belong to a different world that merely extends into this one, a
    • excludes them, for it belongs to a different world than that that
    • to the fact that it brings one to a wholly different way of thinking
    • to project a picture of the world different from the generally
    • has not been read in the different way I have been describing. That
    • light in anthroposophical teaching. This led to the differences with
    • number of individuals from many different European countries
    • happened, the result would have been a different development of
    • have been a different attitude toward science than that evidenced in
    • how one develops a different consciousness and thereby gains access
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    • differences.
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • as though from eternal wellsprings, impelling him to seek a different
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
    • only difference is that the ancients conceived the Fall as something
    • is, it is on an entirely different score than that of ability.) It is
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    • It makes a difference
    • matters we have to develop a rather different outlook than prevails
    • much to many people if we could not see things in a different light
    • can quickly develop a wholly different form of discussion, the best
    • communities for those who want something entirely different. Then
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    • some of the differences that distinguish the Anthroposophical Society
    • an entirely different way than one looks at the sense world. One must
    • learn to think and feel differently. Just as dreamers have to switch
    • over into a totally different state of consciousness if they want to
    • transformed if they are to experience spiritual reality differently
    • experiences even these objects differently in the physical world than
    • for all the qualitative difference there is. The value of the experience
    • anthroposophy may differ. They know that their best means of keeping
    • pedagogy from a different angle than the listener's own.
    • not in any fundamentally different situation, even in a society such
    • differently; everything had to happen as it did, naturally. But that
    • finding a mathematical formula to express the difference between
    • quite different form.
    • but they must nevertheless be sharply differentiated.
    • logic, the logic of reality, is quite a different thing than abstract
    • has to be built on an awareness that super-sensible experience differs
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    • differently from the way in which we observe outer nature. Instead of
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    • see, in quite a different way, how people can be compelled towards materialism
    • and so on. Soul experience is taken to another level, it becomes different
    • used by the Greeks were something completely different. They used pictures,
    • world. More and quite different ones will be found as science progresses.
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    • will show no appreciable difference between an idea arising in connection
    • perceptions is formed. The difference is that in the one case the process
    • in quite a different light. It becomes apparent how perception linked
    • inner indifference. We know that life normally lifts us up in delight
    • and you will see the tremendous difference between all this and a conscious
    • it again in a different form, having in a way identified ourselves with
    • different form through transitional changes or directly — yet it
    • lie beyond sensory perception will use different terms. He will no longer
    • these observations, to show you the different levels of perception that
    • with reference to a limited field, by evolving the different stages
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    • with quite a different kind of certainty is set up, a realm based on
    • of repeated earlier lives as something showing us the ego at different
    • attitude to morals had to be different from that presented by Kant.
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    • in the way I have indicated. In earlier times quite different methods
    • In an age which has grown so indifferent to religion we need fundamental
    • to understand. We need to progress to different metamorphoses of perception
    • researches in the different worlds into harmony with the element which
    • been shown to be the quality of knowledge in different epochs. Our age
    • work, a deepening of a religious life which has grown indifferent. When
    • dealing with something quite different from anthroposophical spiritual
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    • human being. In the most varied forms, most differentiated
    • a different relationship to nature, to the environment and the
    • basically not differentiate, one person from another, amongst
    • but we can't find any particular difference between them, they
    • that people can hardly differentiate between truthfulness and
    • grown out of the demands of the present, it appears different
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    • different world. It takes place in a spiritual world, a world
    • consciousness also have completely different time-senses. So
    • through it in a different form than we did at first.
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    • different kind of thinking than that to which the leading
    • something quite different for the future, and for the
    • which something quite different pulsates than pulsated in
    • differently from those which plunged mankind into
    • dear friends, — all would have been quite different
    • to be judged at different times from entirely different
    • and, especially, act differently from the way the Spirit
    • significant. There is a great difference between the men
    • different branches of life could only experience it
    • different from what he expressed by his phrase “the
    • a difference between that which will actually come to
    • differently from other people. But events have taught us
    • differs in this way from that Homunculus-idea of which
    • life goes in quite a different direction from the setting
    • so little different from the Bolshevik program that you
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    • himself a feeling for the profound differences between
    • differentiating among the three spheres. They are already
    • nevertheless is fundamentally different. That is,
    • have said, man stands in an entirely different relation
    • to it in the outer world; but that is different from
    • different when we manifest those life impulses which we
    • differences in race and people, but which are a small
    • matter as compared with the differences in men caused by
    • sphere. We are different one another in our
    • different relations an individual man has to these three
    • science, and education. It is quite different with the
    • falsity than this differentiation of sensory and motor
    • because there is no difference anatomically between these
    • to mysticism it is something quite different than with
    • divides inwardly into a threefold man in a different way
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    • everything is different from things of the sense world
    • different kind of world conception and knowledge was
    • actually is the truth? Something quite different from
    • occultism. But they are spoken of in a different way. And
    • these are extreme cases to show you the difference
    • self knowledge, then at once the thing is different. Then
    • relation to the outside world. It is different from the
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    • which there is no other difference than that one is
    • up concepts on this false differentiation between sensory
    • “working” is no different, whether he is
    • illusion of a difference between sensory and motor nerves
    • But does it not make a difference whether some popular
    • different things about this reality — when one
    • capacity exists today for differentiating between a
    • But it is on quite a different basis that he is prepared
    • different: that in the morning if he does not work he
    • said. And he went on to say: the only difference is this,
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    • Innumerable things would be done differently by men if they
    • Sun. Again circumstances are different from those known
    • spiritual world, conditions do differ from those in the
    • in a certain way, though in quite a different way, an
    • difference in principle, and in the very essence of
    • everywhere. Broad-mindedness is something quite different. If
    • Sun. This understanding of the different religions and of the
    • different spheres in the right way.
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    • There is a great difference between one soul and another here
    • say that, with his present equipment, he will not differ in his
    • community: they belong to different denominations. But the man
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    • the first place an undifferentiated condition of soul. In this
    • differentiated manner. In the life of day you feel yourself as a
    • undifferentiated world-substance carries with it the sense of being
    • beats differently from the way it beats when you are sad. You
    • difference in the pulsation of the blood. The pulsation of the blood
    • describe as swimming in an undifferentiated world-substance, and
    • differentiated world around us to a universal existence. The fact
    • experience of the soul becomes altogether different from what it is
    • difference between the Sun as a planet and as a fixed star. It is not
    • condition. The looking, however, will be essentially different in
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    • impression of which — to use a different illustration—he
    • connection with our earlier life. We can also use many different
    • different aspect, the experiences we have in life can be divided into
    • different connections have been established with human beings in the
    • are connected, in a different incarnation, with the beginning of our
    • like a signpost pointing the way to other things which in different
    • behaviour and that of others in a quite different light if we
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    • different and life itself will change in consequence.
    • who attach themselves to such an organisation. But it is a different
    • how karma works through the different incarnations. When a human
    • the different institutions and sectarian endeavours to better life in
    • working of these different karmas the present state of human
    • complex but it has been made so by the different karmas of the
    • conditions quite different from those now prevailing are brought
    • about. And these different conditions must be the result of the
    • realised that something quite different must run parallel with the
    • Genuine investigation of the different incarnations, therefore,
    • different incarnations!
    • connection too the working of karma alternates in the different
    • souls. The extent to which this was so can be gauged if a different
    • different way. But what is of prime importance is that those who
    • realise how life must inevitably become different if every human soul
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    • have been made in different groups to speak about historical details,
    • our knowledge we become different human beings. In a certain respect,
    • different epochs. In the Christmas lecture to-day
    • plane occur at different times among the different peoples.
    • — inevitably so, because the peoples all stood in different
    • as the age of the Heroes — we must now apply a different criterion
    • but his conduct is very different from that of Christ Jesus. He upbraids
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    • an altogether different form. Everything in the impulses of will, in
    • her deeds the whole history of modern time assumed a different aspect,
    • his instrument at that time had inspired — in a quite different
    • form, a quite different way — another personality who was a philosopher
    • different epochs in a different way through human beings who are their
    • respective gifts differed so greatly, we see the same kind of co-operation
    • into his previous incarnations. In most cases things would be different
    • beings, assume constantly different forms the nearer we come to the
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    • The course of human evolution would have been quite different if nothing
    • different from that carried out by the human ego to-day; what is now
    • well as those who are striving to produce out of the different sciences
    • soul. We will not speak of the particular characteristics of the different
    • in that world differs from the things of the physical world. He who
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    • the general stream. Hence the single peoples all differ from one another;
    • was entirely different from anything that developed in later periods
    • different matters, that in a certain respect speech consists of conventional
    • very fact that through our many different languages we express a great
    • language was related to the soul quite differently from what came to
    • purity. True, we already find differentiation in the languages of the
    • different idea of it in England and in Germany, as little could men
    • for bringing about different combinations and dissolutions of substances.
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    • with its different shades of density; these are perceived only when
    • But the manifestation of these Spirits of Form was different from that
    • of Form manifest in a different way. They manifest from below upwards
    • Form and they work in the different kingdoms of Nature, men of the present
    • an appearance entirely different from the speculative pictures based
    • existing among the different peoples refer, but their picture of it
    • was very different from that drawn by the hypotheses of modern geology.
    • In still earlier Atlantean times, the picture was again quite different.
    • whole face of the earth was different from anything that can be imagined
    • are undergone again, in a different form and indeed at a higher stage,
    • from a different stream, there is an important point of time indicated
    • But that belongs to a different stream — I am speaking now more of
    • even external climates show us that further specialisation and differentiation
    • But there is again differentiation an the earth itself; in the torrid
    • different distribution of climatic conditions to be observed in Africa,
    • evolution which allows of comparison with this kind of differentiation;
    • different aspect. And so we can understand that in times when the general
    • it were, at that time. Thus the activities of the different ranks of
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    • and of the epoch following that of Greece are modified in a quite different
    • Peter upon men expresses itself in many different ways, and perhaps
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    • instinctive knowledge, expressed in a form altogether different
    • great difference between the path we have arranged unconsciously so
    • difference between experiences of the two kinds of events. There are,
    • There is a very great difference between these two kinds of
    • our new acquaintance. There will be a noticeable difference in the
    • way we speak about the different people we know. On one occasion the
    • case of another acquaintance it is different. We have a good eye for
    • a very different experience of a meeting of this kind. He, like
    • forces of soul-and-spirit, weave destiny from a different side.
    • is a great difference between meeting someone with whom we have
    • framing our Statutes, our procedure differed entirely from what is
    • religion, art, and so forth. And then people in the different
    • whole position is different from anywhere else. In other countries
    • Dornach Meeting. Let us never treat it with indifference but regard
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    • destiny running through their different lives on Earth and the light
    • civilisation to-day. There is a radical difference between the trend
    • this difference, we naturally ask about its origin. In the last two
    • Haeckel and subsequently wrote in a different vein regarded by
    • there will be little understanding of how outwardly different
    • advanced; forms of culture quite different from those
    • to develop and appears again in the modern age in quite different
    • obliged to operate in quite different forms of life and only those
    • death, was bound to take a different path from that of Haroun al
    • take a different path. These paths led to reincarnation in a later
    • century. However greatly the outer circumstances differ, speculation
    • of Arabism will be found — but in a quite different form.
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    • life runs its course in two sharply different conditions: waking and
    • happens between death and a new birth, his judgement differs from
    • to learn about this existence in many different ways; but in actual
    • great amazement, because it is so different from anything one can
    • Jupiter sphere. The Jupiter Beings differ from the Saturn Beings. The
    • work — this will have a different result in
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    • an epoch of importance. What has been said in different lectures with
    • not perhaps proceed in quite a different way?” Let us suppose,
    • ancient Indian period a quite different kind of consciousness was
    • different faculties of the human soul?
    • question is put somewhat differently. You were all once clairvoyant,
    • clear thinkers and those who are not will have very different
    • experiences in the spiritual world. The difference might be expressed
    • but we must at the same time be aware that a thinker has a different.
    • consciousness of the thinker in a rather different way. It will not be
    • pistol; they will appear in a different way. Take a non-thinking,
    • difference in the subjective experiences of the two clairvoyants. The
    • you.. There is a difference between having something and being
    • difference between them, for what we take into the life after death is
    • plane too, the case of the visionary clairvoyant is different from
    • see into the spiritual worlds, but none the less there is a difference
    • that a physical brain that has been used by a thinker has a different
    • different from what it was before.
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    • from a somewhat different point of view. I then shall add
    • out of different premises.
    • to the root it is quite different from consuming in flour
    • When we eat a different kind of food this burden is not
    • and see how you receive an entirely different consciousness if
    • different from what you experience if you know something
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    • however, is very different from the human activity of
    • world. The activity of nourishment is quite different
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    • there are different kinds of metamorphosis of carbon in
    • difference in the face of a teacher when he is going into
    • you might well be astonished at the indifference with which
    • different kind of eurythmy teacher, a different kind of art
    • teacher, a different kind of mathematics teacher. In
    • every sphere you will become different if you are permeated in
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    • different through the Christ event. By taking Christ into ourselves
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    • indifference and thereby weakened his ego a great deal. It's a
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    • indifferent to, that we didn't enjoy has disappeared from our
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    • transform his whole thinking, make it different than it is in
    • different than it had been until now. What really is our thinking in
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    • were concerned, man was a totally different being during the ancient
    • Strange as it may sound to you, it is true that the different members
    • different degrees an expression of the spiritual that lies behind
    • are differences, inasmuch as one thing has reached a certain point of
    • you, things that lie side by side can be at different stages of
    • when one knows that each of them has reached a quite different stage
    • express this somewhat differently. The comet has not advanced to the
    • Moon evolution differs from that of the earth in that nitrogen and
    • difference. The spiritual life of a woman naturally includes
    • must be correspondingly transformed. If the I is to think differently
    • various comets have here their different tasks, and when a comet has
    • fruitful. Human beings must now unite themselves with different
    • different in the blossoming of flowers from what is usually the case.
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    • human soul forces, were still ordered differently in a certain
    • different. Human beings see the spiritual during Dvapara Yuga, Treta
    • differentiate between cultivated clairvoyance and what will come into
    • There are two different possibilities of what might
    • appears before me — which is essentially different, however,
    • world between death and a new birth, though in a different form from
  • Title: True Nature: Lecture II: The Second Coming of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • in a certain respect differently organised. The year 3101
    • conceived the World-Ego as manifesting in the different kingdoms of
    • essentially different from the deed itself, it reveals to me what the
    • will be experienced in a new and different form. And what will this
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Stuttgart, 1-2-11
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    • should also become aware of a certain indifference and dullness with
    • There's a difference between esoterics and nonesoterics in
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    • begins an esoteric training something quite different happens to him.
    • becomes a different man qualitatively. Through what? Things that he
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VI: Errors of Spiritual Research - 2
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    • the ways of error different. There it is the best if we start
    • out quite different, is the following: Luther (Martin L,
    • the soul, it can appear in the consciousness quite different.
    • different soul forces follow how they change if they are in the
    • consciousness and how different they are if they submerge in
    • in which one gets if one acts different [than usual]. The human
    • error is somewhat different. The error in the usual world can
    • is doomed to die. Hence, the relations are quite different. One
    • has to get into the habit of feeling quite different compared
    • spiritual researcher gets to know something quite different
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    • from the most different viewpoints. Since one could say, today
    • something quite different. The one contained a popular
    • methods by which the mental capacity becomes different, as well
    • as the vision became different by the application of microscope
    • destruction if it were used different.
    • way that the inner work differs from the usual way [of
    • faintly noticeable. They are brought up quite different in the
    • thinking is different which one acquires this way; it does not
    • different. To release the power of speech it is not sufficient
    • different things.
    • world does not behave much different today compared with
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    • if at first I attempt to indicate the difference between artistic and
    • speech or singing. In the case of song it is something different but
    • means, something entirely different is achieved than when I pass over
    • that is of a sculptural nature, the distribution and differentiation
    • different instances. Precisely here will extraordinarily much depend
    • of organs which work together to move inwardly in a different manner,
    • it deals with something entirely different. Sometimes I am very much
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • enjoyment. I would have to speak differently concerning both the
    • experience the difference that exists in comparison to feelings for
    • to the prime, an entirely different experience arises as soon as the
    • the prime; it merges with the prime. In any case, the difference that
    • octave will be something completely different and will one day be
    • function in musical experience is completely different from what is
    • tonal range of different octaves were experienced.
    • carried into a different element. In the music of the fifths
    • of the third. The difference between major and minor keys appears;
    • different kind of proof, however, from that of the ancient Atlantean,
    • musical composition, he becomes a totally different person. He will
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    • indeed different, but formally sound quite
    • differently in lyric, epic and drama – I shall
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    • I to recite here or declaim? They are two fundamentally different
    • himself differentiates in a wonderful way between declamation and
    • sensibility there is the greatest conceivable difference between
    • or the other, but to indicate the tremendous difference, which
    • [Though by different means, Sir John Davies also
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • the primaeval innocent state, things were quite different –
    • different his fate
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    • quite different when the Druid religion was in its prime — some
    • they are in our dreams.; with this difference, that the basis of a
    • in those days was quite different from what lives within our souls
    • different geographies over the Earth's surface from those you will
    • the region. But the Earth displays differentiations of a much more
    • can naturally also notice the difference between the light of the
    • and we may note finer differences too. But, you see the same
    • differences we can notice in so obvious a fashion in the light, when
    • well. There is a difference between the October sun and the July or
    • the cult included something quite different.
    • these things is well aware that it makes a difference whether a seed
    • The constitution of the soul was in fact quite different, and it would
    • processes of plant-growth and vegetation quite differently from the
    • could see that the action of sun and moon was quite different on the
    • the air. Again, he saw a different action on the flower, which pushes
    • abstract laws as today, but of living elemental beings. Different
    • what is so beneficially differentiated in root, leaf and flower.
    • in many different ways.
    • consciousness and his whole constitution of soul were quite different
    • glimpses of a quite different constitution of soul. Men in those days
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    • “Saturn-men” such as Swedenborg. The different character of
    • — it varies in different parts of the Earth — we can always
    • penetrate into a quite different type of soul-quality, and we then
    • olden times men were quite different beings from what they are today,
    • and in the future they will again be different. Ordinary history tells
    • different shadings. The states of consciousness with which we are
    • of soul was quite different from ours.
    • In a sense, men were more self-enclosed, but in a way very different
    • creative power (though in a somewhat different form from alter
    • constitution of man's soul today is quite different from that of the
    • differently from the ordinary way. When we look into a mirror, we see
    • makes no difference which one says, since everything is relative. And
    • spirit-beings to whom he was referring are different. Nor on the other
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    • he finally realizes that a different world — the moral
    • period is of course approximate — in a quite different way from
    • different influences at work. For instance, the man may in a former
    • We ought to realize that we then enter a quite different order of
    • He finally realizes that an altogether different world is pressing in
    • from a quite different direction. This is no longer a natural but a
    • moral expression very different from the natural order. If we could
    • developed into the present out of a past when he was very different.
    • science, that is, which needs a quite different sort of thinking from
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    • development, but rather they develop in very different
    • this differentiated development express themselves
    • proclaims itself clearly in the female, though in a different
    • Those, again, are different forces. While the plastic forces
    • the pitch of the voice that a difference exists between the
    • the other is merely a different one. But through the whole
    • philosophers--and considers the differentiation between the
    • difference between man and the animals. Whatever the animal
    • that a composite picture of the different animal
    • differently: they expressed things more concretely. They
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • You know that wires connecting the different apparatuses extend from
    • previous to this is very different from what in times of better
    • and perceive that there is here something very different from what an
    • disclosed if for a moment we pause to consider the difference between
    • physicists dream, but that it is differentiated. It is something that
    • in space by their power of attraction. It is quite different when we
    • incarnations, and how they reappear later in entirely different forms.
  • 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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    • conditions of health are very different to the case of another who
    • different conditions of healing are necessary in the case of one
    • this? It depends on the fact that an entirely different influence is
    • difference between a man who likes mathematics and one who does not.
    • sense-eyes by means of different coloured balls? In this way that
    • propagation of humanity was entirely different. Man lived more in the
    • were again quite different, to a primeval past when the sun, which is
    • were still undifferentiated.
    • this difference was perceived in the opposition of earlier forces to
    • those still at work, but now their opposition was in a different form.
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    • self-conscious ego. With animals it is quite different; the ego of
    • If we consider the difference between animals and man we must
    • You have here been given a panoramic view of the different kingdoms.
    • is in an entirely different position to the human or to the animal
    • entirely different conditions from those of today. He possessed a dim
    • Thus we can now consider the world with entirely different feelings;
    • body. There is a great difference between human beings in this
    • different as are human astral bodies. Every man has his own particular
  • 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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    • supplement the different Kingdoms of nature that surround us in the
    • “Spirits of the different Ages, or Zeitgeists,” is
    • many Spirits of Personality different ones have been the directors of
    • different; each planetary condition has its own mission to fulfil
    • into an undifferentiated condition. It then passed through a kind of
    • at a quite different rate from before, when they had to carry the very
  • 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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    • homogeneous; if you had been sensitive to differences of warmth you
    • physical body on the Sun was, however, quite different to what it is
    • entirely different. In fact, upon the ancient Moon man developed in
    • clairvoyantly it is seen to be different from other plants. It
    • Moon this was different, the pictures which then rose and disappeared
    • everything was again differentiated.
    • been led so far that you would have arrived in quite different realms.
  • 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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    • then a different field of activity to what they have on the earth.
    • Atlantis away we find our ancestors in a condition very different from
    • the lower principles of man was very different to what it is now.
    • hand, should appear differently, that it should be lengthened, for
    • entirely different state of consciousness — one that was without
    • in different directions; those in whom the bones had hardened
    • with others who had come by different paths.
    • express something different by this.
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    • In the last lecture it was shown how a differentiation had arisen in
    • quite different at another — was in this way a kind of betrayer
    • or bad his external shape assumed a different form. It was impossible
    • absolutely different from what it is now, and, of course, the
    • conditions of consciousness were essentially different.
    • Substances were quite different; respiration and nutrition were in a
    • different degrees of warmth. It was the first universal sense organ.
    • The various organs were differentiated gradually, and very gradually
    • different races developed. Only those people, who migrated from their
    • evolution. There is, of course, a great difference in animals; between
    • within the earth. From these entirely different forms have naturally
    • not aware of his environment. This was different in olden times, for
    • difference between the conditions of sleeping and waking as exists
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    • say world-bodies) that have been brought before you as the different
    • passed through their human stage there did so under entirely different
    • entirely different conditions, for the ancient Sun consisted only of
    • partly different; even here the animal stands midway between man and
    • we have to distinguish between different forces. In order that we may
    • hear sounds with our ears, smell, and taste, was only differentiated
    • what was meant; on their planet they have a different way of
    • differentiated it was inwardly connected with reproduction. Precisely
    • such images he would be an entirely different being, for as soon as
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    • conditions of the consciousness of man were quite different to what
    • kingdoms so also there are many different grades among the beings
    • Things seen in one way in the physical world have a very different
    • the Gods — was quite different to what it became later. Indeed,
    • Conditions varied among the different European populations. Under
    • humanity in a quite different way from other peoples. Let us try to
    • different consciousness from that of the ancient Indians; they
    • different. Then, during sleep, when at night the astral body and ego
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    • also an essentially different side.
    • So humanity developed through the different ages of post-Atlantean
    • catastrophe in many different ways in European bodies.
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    • the civilizations of the different nations belonging to the
    • between the different periods of post Atlantean civilization; these we
    • really of very different values, and in some respects it was suitable
    • souls, and the difference there is between the various categories of
    • cause of his karma, only when he lived in Yoga, could the difference
    • the Atlantean epoch. People were so different in external physiognomy
    • throughout the seven periods that one might speak rather of different
    • with all the differences that are a relic of earlier times. We still
    • differences that existed in Atlantean times, and the idea of race has
    • Humanity will be differentiated in the future even more than in the
    • Humanity will be divided according to differences in intellect and
    • followed the grand ideas of Kepler, knows differently, and he will be
    • difference; even the Egyptians knew no difference between what was
    • simply a matter of belief or a fact of knowledge. This difference
    • last lecture, but it was of a different nature; this is a new descent
    • something different. The forms of truth continually change. In order
    • merely as a repetition, but differentiated and upon a higher level.
    • they make any different statements regarding Buddha than those in the
    • Western esotericism. This will not differ from that of a follower of
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    • whole scientific life by the advent of quite different
    • of creating new branches which will comprise quite different
    • build a bridge from the different fields of scientific
    • astronomical phenomena in a way which differed essentially
    • will be different from the reply which we are able to give.
    • different conclusions about the world. Then came the
    • Ptolemaic system. That arose out of different soul-forces.
    • a different way, when in his development he has drawn up out
    • stars. We begin to calculate, having the different things, to
    • But then there is the great difference that when we look out
    • has different stresses of force on the outer surface from
    • we turn it inside out and now different forces come into
    • differently when it is turned outward. And so with the white
    • the one cell, the male, calling forth new and different
    • different structure and around the whole is an enclosing
    • similar nature but are formed differently according to
    • follow the different stages in which the cell's inner
    • somewhat different form. And so you have in the whole
    • a different way from the Egyptians, must again learn how to
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    • must then be turned to account in quite a different branch of
    • external phenomena surrounding man from three different
    • with regard to vegetation, namely, the difference in the
    • tellurian and the solar life. There is a difference in the
    • which affects man in polar regions is different from that
    • regions, but the apathy results from different causes. In the
    • in the North and in the Tropics come from different
    • different direction.
    • Since through the earthly conditions it finds different
    • and can perhaps arrive at something quite different from what
    • rather different is here revealed. There is revealed a
    • relatively insignificant. The differences appear in
    • place, with different influences coming from below. Please
    • system — with hot punch. The effect was quite different
    • like to bring something rather different to your notice. We
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    • Then we see how in a totally different tempo — from a
    • different aspect — the brain remodels itself, organizes
    • find a difference. Yet if with sound inner perception one
    • Physiologically, there is really no difference, in a finer
    • something very different; — we shall never reach an
    • stars were no mere passive pictures of indifferent events but
    • The squares of the periods of revolution of the different
    • or written differently:
    • Now write it in a somewhat different form. Write it
    • Law. You need only write Kepler's Law thus differently
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    • should naturally have to start from different premises and we
    • By observing the different planets of a solar system, it was
    • Kepler's third law: ‘For different planets the
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    • point where we must recognize that the world is different
    • different ages felt convinced of the truth of the most
    • the senses; for the reality, something quite different.
    • to what is not yet differentiated or divided — to the
    • synthesis, however undifferentiated, is achieved between the
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    • used in a rather different sense than today) declared that
    • different way in the lamb and in the world. We only summarize
    • was different. During this age — which like the others,
    • the quite different soul-condition then prevailing, where man
    • and mode of perception were so different from ours today that
    • therefore was an altogether different trend and quality in
    • how different the spiritual configuration of mankind tends to
    • more closely, the different relation of the Earth to the Sun
    • life of soul (As to the different mutual relations of Earth
    • picture to ourselves how differently the men of Polar regions
    • more nearly. Of course these things will be different in the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • difference between our cognitional life insofar as this is
    • not merely side by side in an indifferent way; we need to
    • recognize the subtle differences of quality and intensity
    • observe an essential qualitative difference between the two.
    • qualitative difference between our inner life in ideas and
    • differentiate between ourselves and the world that then
    • look at the different phenomena quite simply in Goethe's way,
    • senses”, of which there are different schools. But if
    • different from one-another that a “Physiology of the
    • differentiation between the life of the senses and the
    • relation of the Earth to the Sun was different before the
    • ever more into the different fields of science. They even
    • characteristic difference between man and animal. The human
    • evident inner differentiation, inasmuch as they apply to the
    • body. Look at the obvious differentiation, comparing the
    • ‘What is the characteristic difference of the front and
    • the differentiation of the front end with the influences of
    • different in man than in the animal. The way it works in man
    • written very differently from this. You will see what I
    • — we shall be led to differentiate one vertical from
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • ideas from different fields. For this reason we shall have to
    • heavenly bodies cannot but be different from the visual
    • that we must adopt a different method. We have to take our
    • or the other, and differ accordingly as to their power of
    • is different. Man remains capable of development far beyond
    • different from gravitation — to which the
    • different from telegraph-wires will be invented and by this
    • with the comets something different enters our planetary
    • under different conditions of illumination — that is to
    • respect different from Air or Light. For light, if we are
    • characterizing the different kinds of force. And we now see,
    • different branches of Science. Four lectures to students,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • mathematics and to show you how, in a different domain from
    • difference of the distances of any point of the
    • the hyperbola, the curve of constant difference, and we must
    • The curve has different forms, according to whether b, as I
    • difference. The curve of Cassini in its various forms is the
    • the division of BM by AM. We must be able to find different
    • this we find different forms of the circle (that is,
    • different proportions between the radius of the circle and
    • proportion of m to n. These different forms of the circle
    • smaller the difference between n and m. And if we follow this
    • different happens it we wish to follow the process still
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • we are in quite a different situation. In effect, how does it
    • curve after another. And I shall obtain these different forms
    • surface such that there is a qualitative difference even
    • which is differentiated within itself. And if by rotation I
    • differentiated within themselves.
    • relation between the effects of light at different points;
    • differently, according to whether we are taking into account,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • this difference, we must relate it, to begin with, to what
    • curve of peculiar shape — different for the different planets
    • and different too for the same planet at different times.
    • phenomenon, though somewhat different in shape and form.
    • human observation the fact is that we are quite differently
    • enormous difference between your relation to any object of
    • movement that we relate ourselves differently to the Radius
    • manifestly horizontal spine. You will find it differing from
    • Our attention is drawn to this great differentiation: The
    • try to see the different things together. The more minutely
    • from the different planetary movements.)
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • look for the essential morphological difference between man
    • in the difference of man and animal, we cannot stay on Earth.
    • but of a different form which need not be at all like the
    • different relation of the plant and of the animal to carbon,
    • researches for instance on the difference between man and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • difference at all. Aristarchus lived in the third Century
    • circles. The two curves hardly differ. The difference,
    • question: Wherein lies the essential difference in the way of
    • other? What is the real difference between these ways of
    • inwardly they can be very different. Reading Plutarch's
    • heliocentric system is fundamentally no different from the
    • the Aristarchian world-picture, we find it different.
    • observed. The difference in this respect is all-important. In
    • quite differently, not merely putting the observed results
    • of the epicycles along their different circles. Let the daily
    • attribute a different cosmic significance to the centres at
    • course is different than for the planets near the Sun.
    • indifferent circling motion or the like. A planet, in effect,
    • like the Sun in movement. They therefore are differently
    • difference of behaviour in relation to the Sun was what they
    • What corresponds to them in Man is different. Moreover they
    • which I tried to show how very different was the way man met
    • world was different. Compare the different stages of it,
    • would have had to write very differently of sense-perception.
    • very slightly, that it is somehow different with the Sun than
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • Today we will develop the different notes
    • draw lines to unite what we thus see at different places, and
    • had of a heavenly body was essentially different from what it
    • manifoldly filled and differentiated in itself — in
    • I must imagine this, of course, of very different consistency
    • different form the Moon-sphere.
    • the two things together: On the one hand, these different
    • difference between man and animal of which we spoke
    • difference in the unfolding of the plant by day and night.
    • were, into itself. This is quite different from what we had
    • figure rather differently, like this
    • different human beings the movements only seemed to differ,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • Cassini curves, and of the circle differently conceived.
    • different kinds of branches. Then there will also be the
    • differently. I ought rather to say: "If I, in my Universe,
    • different nature and revealing different inner properties
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • must differentiate: the apparent movements seen in the paths
    • quite different forms of curve in the region of the
    • difference is, one of them stayed there while the other went
    • different. They sleep at night and wake by day. When days are
    • But there is this essential difference. The metabolic
    • great significance. It is not a matter of indifference,
    • posture, only the outcome is different. Namely, what scatters
    • provide the head must be quite different in the animal. Also
    • deliberate movement must be quite different in the animal
    • different in the one creature and in the other. For example
    • so as to get quite different kinds of experiments, in which
    • difference underlies them, and to discover what the
    • difference is, we must take this pathway. We must not allow
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • Ourselves we must imagine in a different way. There is our
    • assumed to be in different planes, inclined to one another.
    • For there is no alternative at this stage; the different
    • different perspective so to speak, as mentioned a few days
    • there is no difference between the way of applying
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • not recognize from the outset that radical differences may be
    • different intensities of matter, as in this instance between
    • different densities will impinge on one another. Then, in the
    • the realities quite differently than has been done before.
    • fetters that are cast around you in the different
    • different place. We hardly begin to think of this phenomenon,
    • have no right to treat it differently. The coin in effect is
    • visible by differentiation. The mere fact that I have made
    • chemical region of the spectrum, their quite different
  • Title: Social Basis For Primary and Secondary Education: Lecture I
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    • further examnple I want to show you how different a result we experience
    • turn to other movements they feel to be closely akin, but which differ
    • different streams — like Niebergall for example — we find in
    • examinations, which will take a very different form from their present
    • have spoken of this and how I have summed up many different views by
    • quite different mode off living. Many people, however, who later take up
    • pupils to be dealt with, for it makes no difference in this case whether
    • by a second being dragged in, and this was someone different practically
    • leap from the green leaf of a plant to the sepal which has a different
    • that in the fifteenth century men became different in the finer element
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    • be spoken of quite differently from how the present thinking habits
    • different spheres, and what impulses have we to observe in these various
    • is rather different but, just because this is so, we ourselves must be
    • growing human being something different from what has been cultivated in
    • national-political machinations of chauvinists, machinations which differ
    • the workers than the fact that they wear different clothes, and details
    • are different are exceptional. It is important that we should discover an
    • learn. We should have different ground beneath our feet today if people
    • to become different in the customary thinking of those who teach.
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    • should just picture what a different account Goethe would have given in
    • to be found. Let us reflect how different our situation would be in life
    • which took their shape from quite different communal conditions, from the
    • this ought to be absorbed by a human being. Imagine how differently he
    • needs to take a quite different course during children's growing years
    • aroused in this way, to look at the different human spheres for what is
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    • different. In real life the essential thing is that there are
    • now not only absolutely different from that which is generally
    • different. If the teacher is a scientist, if he makes it his
    • different person from what you were before you began, and you
    • course of your new class will bring something quite different
    • different spirit. But if you go through your teaching with
    • however in life will really then only be a different one, not
    • one that is so much better, but a different effect. I might say
    • different one. You will attain something different in quality
    • is different in quality and that is sufficient, for
    • different. We bring about many-sidedness in life. This does not
    • achieves something different from another. Just as, even



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