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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • teaching about mechanical heat, he constructs hypotheses about the
    • heat death in which the earth will perish.
    • heat entropy — I say expressly, must arise — that
    • once all the remaining earth forces have changed into heat, this heat
    • earth as such will succumb to what is called ‘the heat
    • succumbed to heat death there remains a huge field of corpses, not
    • ‘the heat death.’
    • plant and animal life. Then we do not look to a heat death (an idea
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • on his rough fields, often in scorching heat, he was inwardly
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • creator for the sheath of a healthy, vigorous body. The body
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • to provide warmth and heat, while not giving it any coal. If we want a
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • our ears, absolute silence; and no feeling of heat or cold without the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • in the external world? Take a metal ball, heat it and put it on a wooden
    • board. It will burn a hole in the wood. Take another ball, heat it but
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • they breathed out the fire and heat and became cold again. What man
    • has nowadays as the heat of his blood, Moon-men had in the warmth of
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • tremendous heat which reigned on Earth; their bodies were still constituted
    • heat was transformed into the breathing of air, that which Mars had
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • gravity, of heat, of steam and electricity, and with their aid they
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • force of heat or warmth, and so on. They speak of an unknown
    • the heat or warmth is the effect on your own nerves. Objectively,
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • make a solid body glow with heat, — incandescent (
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • warmth” (or of heat). Had they gone on in the same spirit in
    • warmth or heat is simply the work transformed. Transformed, if you
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • to produce a given, measurable amount of warmth or heat. So doing,
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • door of the lecture-theatre he gets involved in a quarrel. The
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • observations of heat relations in the world. Today I will try to lay
    • The theory of heat, so-called, has taken a form during the
    • materialistic view of the world. It has done so because in heat
    • nature of heat, from its being, and to direct it to the mechanical
    • phenomena arising from heat.
    • Heat is first known through sensations of cold, warmth, lukewarm, etc.
    • sensations the heat conditions in these vessels. You can then plunge
    • Indeed, the subjective experience of heat is not uniform and it is
    • necessary to set an objective standard by which to measure the heat
    • measuring heat. It must be assumed that you are acquainted with them.
    • being of heat under the influence of certain ideas to be described
    • bringing this being of heat into relation with the human organism
    • unknown being of heat to the human organism has considerable
    • toward the relation of the unknown being of heat to the human organism
    • proper attitude toward the relation of the heat-being to the human
    • view of heat. The reason is, that in so doing, one neglects the fact
    • this heat-being, that the heart, the liver, the lungs differ
    • greatly in their capacity to react to the being of heat. Through
    • the purely physical view of heat no foundation is laid for the real
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture II
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • heat expand. Today we will first consider how bodies, the solid bodies
    • iron bar. We will heat the iron bar and make its expansion visible by
    • You can see when we heat the rod, the pointer does move upwards which
    • upwards at once. Also you notice that with continued heating the
    • length attained by the rod when it is heated to a temperature
    • by heat, I must multiply the original length by a factor consisting of
    • — the volume of an expanded body heated to a certain temperature is:
    • informative theory of heat is stricken out. This will appear as we
    • progress further. Expansion under the influence of heat is shown not
    • vessel in water heated to a temperature of 40. (Note: temperatures in
    • being of heat, as yet unknown to us.
    • relations with heat appear. It appears that different gases are
    • related to heat simply according to their property of being gases and
    • that the facts of expansion under the influence of heat oblige us to
    • especially however, experiments dealing with heat, acoustics and tone.
    • heated and after that began to rise. This was first explained in the
    • 17th century, and quite simply, by saying: When heat is
    • applied, the outer glass is heated at the start and expands. The space
    • begins to rise only when the heat has penetrated into the mercury
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture III
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • heat and the so-called state of aggregation. By this state of
    • itself so far as heat relations are concerned. I will first describe
    • we select any solid body and heat it, it will become warmer and warmer
    • as the body absorbs heat, its temperature rises. At the moment when
    • that no heat is being absorbed. For if we discontinue heating, the
    • subsequently.) Heat must be added in order to bring about melting, but
    • the heat does not show itself in the form of an increase in
    • and the liquid formed from the solid begins to take up the heat. Let
    • comprehensive view of heat unless we go over to some reasoned-out
    • Now we will proceed to heat this body and I will request someone to
    • temperature rise, with its corresponding addition of heat, the liquid
    • in question expands. Now if we heat such a melted body further, the
    • heat been made to go through the melting point, you know that I cannot
    • of heat. Now have we determined the rise in temperature? We have
    • time from the same point. But what is happening to the heat during
    • while it is expanding, does not give off heat to its surroundings,
    • that it does not stream out or radiate heat. This we cannot prevent.
    • a propagation of heat in one dimension. We can indeed think of a space
    • line. But we cannot under any circumstances imagine heat propagated
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IV
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • together a series of phenomena taken from the realm of heat in such a
    • relations that meet us from within the realm of heat, and we have in
    • gaseous bodies. I have also spoken of the relation of heat to the
    • heat that by means of this we bring about the gaseous condition, and
    • heat. The experiment I will carry out here will show that water vapor
    • relation of heat to certain facts. We have here in the left hand tube,
    • heat. And now, since our considerations are to be thought of as a
    • nature of heat.
    • of heat we are necessarily dealing at the same time with volume
    • consideration of heat. I have to speak repeatedly in detail of these
    • Now for physics, these facts that meet us when we consider heat are
    • as it were, the milieu in which heat is observed. The being of heat is
    • its influence. Since the perception of heat is alleged to be purely a
    • of heat condition and of sensation of heat, is considered as something
    • further, is thought of as essentially mechanical and the being of heat
    • reason for this. For we saw that when we attempt to calculate heat,
    • in the sphere of outer nature heat always appears in external
    • are there to begin with and in them the heat appears. This it is, my
    • dear friends, that constrains us to think of heat as we do of lines in
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture V
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • of various bodies to the being of heat. You will realize that certain
    • impress of certain relations involving the being of heat, at first
    • unknown to us. Heat and pressure exerted on a body or the state of
    • follow further the phenomena of heat. But it is not so easy to
    • difficult as those arising from heat. Let me call your attention to
    • Let me give you an analogy. When we follow the heating of a solid body
    • happens to the heat while the melting goes on. Here you see, we
    • we wish to follow the nature of heat. In this case we have to set out
    • to investigate physiologically and psychologically how heat behaves
    • have met us from the realm of heat.
    • What has come to us from the realm of heat? Well, we followed the rise
    • the following: What happens then, when a heat condition obliges us to
    • realm of heat tot he phenomena that are pointed to by our thermometer
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VI
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • where heat, pressure and the expansion of bodies are related. You will
    • this field the way will open to an understanding of what heat really
    • was before being heated. Then we will find the vapor tension dependent
    • experiment with heat. You will see that the pressure becomes
    • an important principle for our view of the nature of heat phenomena.
    • representation of heat. It is this that we have especially to deal
    • the bridge for thought from gases to heat. It will become clearer
    • In gases the picture of the heat state;
    • accessible to human observation, of heat manifestations and even of
    • the real nature of heat itself. The possibility then exists for us
    • that by rightly seeking the representations of heat in the gaseous
    • revealed to us by bodies under the influence of heat and pressure,
    • which the gases can reveal to us — the real being of heat.
    • of heat penetrates further. We have then to recognize in these states
    • and solid states, heat suffers a special change, and thus work out the
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VII
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • the pressure. Therefore, since we preserved the ice as ice, the heat
    • we cannot avoid the thought that the heat entity enters into the
    • such as ice, then the heat is active in the same manner as the
    • real picture of what goes on in heat. And again you have established
    • heat entity.
    • And if we observe heat phenomena in a solid body we have fundamentally
    • place in the realm of the heat being. We see, as it were, before our
    • eyes, the phenomena within the realm of heat which we see also playing
    • following: If we wish to approach the being of heat in its reality we
    • see simply pictures of the phenomena within the heat realm. Thus
    • in the heat being by a manifestation of certain phenomena in gases.
    • relative. But when we conduct heat to a gas (the experiment has been
    • shown to you) this heat which always raises the diffusing tendency in
    • The being of heat does just what a negative gravity would do.
    • reached a point where we can comprehend the being of heat in a
    • The being of heat manifests exactly like the negation of gravity,
    • gravity, but as a heat quantity, a line of action of heat. Do you not
    • front of “g” then we are obliged to consider as heat what
    • we go over to the gaseous, the picture of the phenomena of heat, we do
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VIII
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • in a mass of water has changed into heat. You were shown that the
    • in some ways seek an explanation for the coming of heat into existence
    • We will first of all heat this air
    • mechanical effect by means of heat, in a way similar to that by which
    • all steam engines are moved. Heat is turned into work through pressure
    • have let the entire process take place, after the heat that we have
    • whether this heat has been entirely transformed into the up and down
    • movement of the bell or whether some of it has been lost. The heat not
    • the ordinary, then this temperature rise comes from the heat we have
    • supplied. In this case, we could not say that the heat has been
    • over. Thus we can ascertain whether the whole of the heat has gone
    • over into work or whether some of it appears as heat in the
    • 20 or shows a higher temperature indicating a loss of heat to this
    • up and down movement of the bell all the heat left over. The heat used
    • change heat into work and work into heat just as it is said we do. As
    • supposed that every form of so-called energy — heat energy,
    • mechanical theory of heat as follows: “A perpetuum mobile of the
    • energy. In this case of heat energy, the relation is such that it
    • transform completely all the heat energy into its mechanical
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IX
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • For you will recollect we denoted the heat of the
    • and the heat we produced in order to do work to raise and lower a bell,
    • As we do this we will illuminate so to speak, the phenomena of heat
    • bring the phenomena of heat in connection with the human being —
    • really seek to connect heat with the being of man. Even the facts that
    • heat support this view. Indeed, that which appears in this modern
    • mechanical theory of heat took its origin from an observation made on
    • heat to his surroundings. This in turn involves a smaller or greater
    • heat to his environment, is not obliged to set up so active a relation
    • with the outer oxygen as when he gives off more heat. Consequently
    • theory of heat. These observations led Julius Robert Mayer to submit
    • We then come to the region bordering on the gaseous, the heat region,
    • Heat Realm 
    • what goes on in the realm of heat. We can say therefore, in the gas we
    • find a picture of what goes on in the heat realm. This comes about in
    • no other manner than that we have to consider gas and heat as mutually
    • seized upon in their spatial relationship by the heat entity. What is
    • really taking place in the realm of heat expresses itself in the gas
    • between gases and heat. Solids show the same sort of relationship to
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture X
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • case we have to assume also that heat passes into the sphere, causes
    • originally heat passed through, but under the influence of the alum
    • solution the heat is shut off, not more goes through. The apparatus
    • then comes only under the influence of the heat generally present in
    • the two tubes. The heat is stopped as soon as I put the alum solution
    • which yields for me both light and heat, I separate out the heat and
    • light-heat mercury that the light passes on and the heat is separated
    • with our considerations. When we study the nature of heat we can do so
    • gets warm not only at the spot where we are applying the heat, but
    • that one portion shares its heat with the next portion, then this with
    • the next, etc. and that finally the heat is spread over the entire
    • this is ordinarily stated by saying that heat is spread by conduction.
    • We speak of the conduction of heat. The heat is conducted from one
    • observation will show you that the conduction of heat varies with
    • it, since the heat travels rapidly from one end of rod to the other.
    • Metals, it is said, are good conductors of heat. On the other hand, if
    • have to drop it quickly on account of the conduction of heat. Wood is
    • a poor conductor of heat. Thus we may speak of good and poor
    • conductors of heat. Now this can be cleared up by another experiment.
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XI
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • relation to the heat and chemical effects that come to us with the
    • instrument hanging here. First we wish to show you especially how heat
    • of the alcohol column shows us that there is a considerable heat
    • into the blue-violet portion, the heat effect is not noticeable. It is
    • the occurrence of heat effects in the red portion of the spectrum by
    • on one side and the heat effect on the other side of this dark band.
    • light the heat effect disappears and you will see that the alcohol
    • heat is not present. We have here a cold spectrum.
    • the heat effect and the light remain, but the chemical effect ceases.
    • to heat and then to that state we have called X, where we have
    • condensation and rarefaction, beyond the heat condition, just as
    • Now you see how I place the realm of light above the heat realm and
    • how the heat is related to the light in an entirely natural fashion.
    • being of heat for something that foreshadows, as it were, the
    • qualities. For the realm of heat this principle takes on a certain
    • form; namely this, that dematerialization works down into heat from
    • materialization works up into the heat realm.
    • Thus you see that I draw near to the heat nature when I see in it a
    • between this conception of heat based on reality and the nature of
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XII
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • As a help toward the understanding of the being of heat, I wish to
    • in connection with heat. You will see, however, when we have finished
    • that we can get helpful ideas for understanding heat from the realm of
    • gaseous bodies, heat, X, Y, Z and below the solid and bordering on it
    • relation to heat and so also must the realm of chemical activity. On
    • heat or in gases must have a relation to the essence of tone. For tone
    • in regard to heat by the addition of certain other conceptions.
    • thought of in the way I have described to you. This spreading of heat
    • through conduction or flow of the heat condition either through a body
    • Thus is pictured the flow of heat from one spot to another when the
    • so-called conduction of heat takes place. The phenomenon are to be
    • heat. Obviously, this transfer of heat will proceed otherwise when the
    • difference is small, a small quantity of heat is transferred to attain
    • transferred. Thus I may say that the quantity of heat needed to attain
    • the amount of heat transferred is inversely proportional to
    • how much heat I will need to get a certain degree of conduction. The greater
    • amount of heat is directly proportional to
    • produced by permitting a given amount of heat to act for a longer
    • representing the heat itself, by something involving heat, since none
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XIII
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    • light spectrum, there are wrapped up heat effects, light effects and
    • in the same manner as we can the chemical, light and heat effects.
    • , as we think of it at least, has hidden away in it life, heat, light
    • How do we come in the one direction through the heat, light and
    • through a prism we remove the heat effects. Let us permit the
    • slowly. Therefore, the alum solution removes heat from the spectrum.
    • heat portion is stopped by the solution of alum. The thermometer now
    • rises rapidly because the heat effect is present again. The third
    • leaving the heat and light effects unchanged.
    • We can, thus, so handle the spectrum that we can remove the heat
    • yourselves the fact that we have first the realm of heat, then the
    •   heat
    • Let us observe particularly the following: The heat realm, the X, Y,
    • a certain very loose relationship to be observed between heat effects
    • manifested otherwise in the case of heat. The nature of heat is set
    • heat, we will be able to get a concept also of the difference between
    • otherwise to gases than does heat. The gas does not follow changes in
    • different from the one existing between the gas and heat playing
    • different relation involved than when heat is active through the gas.
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XIV
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    • The Theory of Heat
    • consideration in connection with heat and the matter related to it.
    • obtaining in regard to the heat state when we pass from X to
    • of one realm in another is limited to the activity of heat in the
    • temperature, heat, tone and in the equalization of electric strains.
    • light appears accompanied by heat. Space is torn apart. Space reveals
    • imponderable and have to pass through the realm of heat as we go, we
    • find heat welling out wherever we make the transition from the
    • imponderable. At all such points of transition heat wells out.
    • conduction of heat, you have to relate to them the concept that the
    • heat is bound to the ponderable matter. This is quite the opposite
    • heat itself. This heat we find as the entity welling out when matter
    • the inner portion of space into its outer portions. When heat and a
    • occurring. What occurs is that the characteristic tendency of the heat
    • effect so that the cosmic tendency of the heat opposes the
    • We thus have in heat, in phenomena of warmth, insofar as these
    • ponderable. Bodies that conduct heat bring it into manifestation by an
    • intensive reflection of the impinging imponderable heat on their
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • as the heat equivalent, the conservation of energy. In 1844 he wrote
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • saw the ego through sheaths.
    • the sheath of the physical body, in the next epoch through the sheath
    • of the etheric, in the third epoch through the sheath of the astral
    • ego, free from the sheaths, which is emerging in a totally new way,
    • man through sheaths, to direct experience of the other man's
    • to do with civilized men, their egos meet without sheaths. But that
    • through his sheaths.
    • human beings without sheaths. This has gradually arisen. But in a
    • unsheathed. It is a kind of terror. In the form of a picture, one
    • man was seen within sheaths. Now we must learn to see him as an
    • ego-being without sheaths. This alarms people because they are no
    • longer capable of perceiving what I have described as the sheaths in
    • outer representations of the sheaths. For outer representations, the
    • sheaths still had a connection with the spiritual content existing in
    • difficult for me to distinguish by their outer sheaths between a
    • of his sheaths — according to his inner disposition, to what
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • one. The old Sun was encompassed by its mighty astral sheath, which
    • was luminous. There was, as it were, an airy sheath surrounding the
    • Sun, but an airy sheath that was at the same time astral and
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • solid, the mineral, was added. The outer sheath became firm;
    • His blood-heat. What at that time was distributed over the whole of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • ensheathed, because the seed is taken from the whole plant, which has
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • astral sheaths rather than physical. One can speak with them as to
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • theatre in Berlin, in the middle of the front row, above, and William
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture II: The Michael Path to Christ: A Christmas Lecture
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    • Christianity among the heathen, so in the West there will take place
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • feet” in our room after we have turned on the heating,
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • grow; the composition of the soil in which wheat grows, in
    • course, the difference between wheat, rye, and oats. Do not
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • and appear, now as heat, now as mechanical force, or the like. This is
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • about the heat death the earth is supposed to suffer in the end. [ Note
    • forms of energy on earth will have been converted into heat, that this
    • heat cannot convert to other forms of energy, that this will lead to
    • the heat death of the earth. Honest thinking, holding fast to the thought
    • be unable to say anything but that this earth subject to heat death
    • once heat death has come upon the earth, according to a point of view
    • life. There we are not thinking in terms of heat death — though
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • of external sheath, a spiritual sheath. Through this
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
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    • back, not absorbed, but merely flirted with theatrically:
    • the people finally became theosophists in well-heated
    • heated with coal, about which the British government had
    • in well-heated rooms and talked about love or neighbor
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • train — then indeed the bodily sheath is taken from such
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    • You must not allow the heat or cold to pass through you as it might
    • outside — cold or heat, or perhaps noxious air
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    • — which is the theatre of man's existence — there are so
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • of wheat, let us say. However long you look at it, no wheat will grow
    • had before the formation of man may be compared to the grain of wheat.
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • corn, or wheat. What really matters is not how much
    • It spins its sheath during the day in the direction of the
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part III: Stuttgart, 3-5-'14
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    • dust and give him his physical sheath. But Lucifer who is now about
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Stuttgart, 2-20-12
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    • streams of warmth into his body from outside. The heat of summer and
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VI: Errors of Spiritual Research - 2
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    • what has separated like sheaths from him. He beholds what he
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • the point where man in his freedom started to feel himself a sheath
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VIII: The Interaction of Breathing and Blood-Circulation
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    • sight of the heathen.
  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • Take the grain of wheat or rye. It must be planted within the Earth at
  • 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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    • within him the source of his own heat. Were you now to think
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • — the capacity to distinguish heat and cold in his environment.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • cleaning and purifying the outward physical sheaths — the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • present — the course was mainly about Heat or
    • Kinetic Theory of Gases, of of Heat itself, — the
    • distinguish as conducted heat, radiant heat and so on will
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • lectures on Heat last winter, we have to arrange experiments
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • heating effect will spread when you heat certain substances
    • overlooked. From the realms of light and heat and so on,
  • Title: Social Basis For Primary and Secondary Education: Lecture I
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    • tell us that you found libraries, theatres, concert halls, exhibitions,
    • the country cannot distinguish between wheat and rye. What matters is not
    • wheat and a grain of rye. Naturally, what I am now saying has wide

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