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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • we may call its higher knowledge. This is another example of something
    • to-day. We know from anthroposophical spiritual science how the
    • the surrounding universe. Moreover we know how this soul-constitution
    • knows only the purely sense-perceptible aspect of things. This
    • differing, modes of knowledge. Let us turn our attention for the
    • knowledge of the stars whereby access was gained to the mysteries of
    • revealed. This ancient knowledge of the stars was something quite
    • knowledge of the starry heavens and their influences were of such a
    • mathematics as we know them could not then exist. The whole of life
    • this training), were trained in a knowledge which was very similar to
    • lies not in the fact of their being unknown to us, but in the
    • What the juice of the Soma is, modern books profess not to know.
    • To-day in our great learning we agree that we do not know what the
    • quart, and certainly know it very well from a certain standpoint. But
    • it is a different matter to know these things — from the
    • alchemy will tell you that the Philosopher's Stone is quite unknown.
    • Stone is quite familiar to most human beings; they simply do not know
    • which is present within us before our external, empirical knowledge,
    • modern man has a premonition of this, as had Novalis, he does not know
    • This knowledge of the world in which man lives before he descends to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • give out our own inner being. He who says Ah, knows that in the
    • In time to come there will be an interesting branch of knowledge,
    • known to Goethe. We, of course, have to go farther, in a way entirely
    • after-image of Heavenly activities: I should like to know the soul
    • follows that the knowledge of super-sensible worlds must be attained by
    • Knowledge of Higher Worlds and its Attainment,’
    • reached some discovery by etheric cognition knows that it will have
    • Imaginative Knowledge. With the higher forms of Knowledge it is still
    • more so. Therefore you need not wonder if the appeal of such knowledge
    • that remains. He who arises to Imaginative knowledge gradually learns
    • about the spiritual worlds. But why need we know all these things
    • spiritual knowledge. I do not mean through clairvoyance — that is
    • clairvoyance, but the activity of knowledge — which provides us
    • in education, in teaching. Ordinary head-knowledge is morally neutral.
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • occupied with themselves. For, as everyone knows, as far as subjective
    • knowledgeable way: “That is something that cannot be known.”
    • much acknowledgement to this deflection toward subjectivity and one's
  • 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,
    • We know that when, under earthly conditions, the human being goes to
    • disclose themselves as those we know from anthroposophical writings as
    • knows about himself becomes more and more abstract. But behind
    • knowledge has shrunk more and more. Once it was known: Form shines out
    • the plant Earth-soul. The differences were known, but gradually they
    • once more to behold, and to know, and to understand, through the outer
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • self-knowledge and thus prove a good preparation for the delegates'
    • of knowledge, the ethical practice, the inner religious life that
    • with the acceptance of just any haphazard type of knowledge.
    • The kind of knowledge
    • that the modern way of knowledge has produced objective physics,
    • way of knowledge in keeping not with the world he wants to leave
    • knowledge that corresponds to his in-turned will, that takes him ever
    • were not to change the direction of his knowledge. He would have to
    • but I feel quite at home with the knowledge they produced.” The
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • consists in a compulsion to seek super-sensible knowledge. That the
    • Anthroposophical Society builds its content on knowledge received
    • between his continuing outer life and the ideal life and knowledge
    • one's will; secondly, in experiencing super-sensible knowledge;
    • the experiencing of knowledge, and one's participation in the time's
    • knowledge, to the participation in the time's destiny that I have
    • I know how
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
    • knowledge, then, is one characteristic of the human race. But that
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  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind permission
    • urgent task before us at the present time is to apply the knowledge
    • that in face of the burning needs of the age, theoretical knowledge
    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • people, but for all that must be made known today. It is right
    • that they should be made known, because humanity is inwardly yearning
    • to know the whole reality and because degeneration is bound to set in
    • improbable, because they can only be discovered by real knowledge and
    • knowledge. Think, for example, of a personality like Rabindranath
    • to know and face their own being, and make no attempt to see in
    • practical and thoroughly scientific way, when we know that this
    • men at the present time do not want self-knowledge. They are not
    • present time, knowing and understanding the way in which souls from
    • science is not so easily acquired as other kinds of knowledge.
    • that directly concern me before I will acknowledge them as
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • the anthroposophical approach to knowledge of man's super-sensible
    • being and to knowledge of the super-sensible world altogether. But
    • people's present-day aspirations for knowledge, which are none the
    • understand. They say that anthroposophy obtains its knowledge from
    • search for knowledge and ‘simple faith’ based on the
    • surface, knows that this has a mysterious connection with that
    • in the way I have indicated would now deepen their knowledge
    • knowledge I would like to tell you more about today, namely an inner
    • bring knowledge of the super-sensible down from spirit heights.
    • super-sensible, their knowledge has also come to them from spirit
    • attains to knowledge. On that occasion I began by saying that on the
    • whole men of present times have very little desire to know about what
    • and that they can gain knowledge of it either by observing it with
    • whole of their inner being. However, the path of knowledge I
    • lead in an anthroposophical sense to knowledge of the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • spiritual scientific knowledge — namely the fact that man's
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • acquisition of super-sensible knowledge is that we are not taking
    • to remember super-sensible knowledge, we have to imprint it into our
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • which, in the light of spiritual-scientific knowledge, can unite
    • Knowledge and feeling, of course, are two very
    • different matters, but spiritual-scientific knowledge is much
    • develops from a spiritual-scientific knowledge of the elements
    • destiny. Mere knowledge of everyday dealings between man and man will
    • such that his speech is understood, the knowledge is much more
    • transcends the individual human element must be revealed by knowing
    • who develops those forces of super-sensible knowledge which otherwise
    • like a cloud. Supersensible knowledge alone enables us to penetrate
    • knowledge cannot be acquired merely from the observation of daily
    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • And those who would learn to know the true being of man as he lives
    • himself, when he realises that self-knowledge is the noblest crown of
    • that is great and holy in the oriental nature, he gains a knowledge
    • and knows that this is necessary. If he discovers what is great and
    • self-knowledge.
    • ladder to spiritual knowledge. But on their path of ascent from the
    • the very being of the true oriental and he knows himself, as man,
    • element and he was misled with the belief that what man can know is
    • sincerely seek for knowledge of the nature of other peoples of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • in 1921. It is also known as:
    • on the path leading from ordinary objective knowledge to
    • theories of knowledge. Then we come with this natural scientific
    • knowledge to the point where if we are consistent we must say,
    • mankind has learned through established ways of thinking and knowing,
    • from the natural order, which according to a certain way of knowledge
    • as a moral light, and says to himself. “No scientific knowledge
    • know and what he can believe, and can persuade themselves that this
    • cannot be acknowledged as having real existence. How shall I
    • say? Granted that one accepts a formal division between knowledge and
    • described is that knowledge of the world which may be striven for
    • be able to know. I have shown you the path which spiritual science
    • knowledge gives the soul a conscious content in the same way as our
    • through Imagination for the knowledge of a truly objective spiritual
    • pursuing this way of knowledge to the next stage. This we reach in that
    • haze of mysticism, rather the way to reach this particular knowledge
    • that we raise ourselves in this way to real intuitive knowledge, we
    • There I have tried to make known that pure thinking,
    • is in accordance with its being first lets itself be known when true
    • intuition enters the soul through the higher way of knowledge. Then a
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  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • could be planted a knowledge to be imparted to men concerning
    • that time in Northern Hungary. It came to his knowledge that
    • even greater significance. We know that in the Mysteries
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • the old man whom Karl Julius Schröer had known, who
    • people knows what the first rule signifies. The first rule
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • Also known as,
    • relation to the spiritual world in so far as knowledge of it can be
    • We can never say that we have knowledge of an organ by looking directly
    • earthly life that we do not know the interior of our body by means of
    • ordinary consciousness. Least of all does a man know what he generally
    • his head. For when he begins to know anything of it, as a rule the
    • knowledge proves most unpleasant — headache and all that goes with
    • prevails. There we do really know what is within us. It is as if here on
    • come to know in our anthroposophical literature as the world of the
    • initiation-knowledge, we learn how this is to be understood.
    • We would indeed know that various beings were living in us, but we would
    • we were outside ourselves, but we know that this being outside ourselves
    • not a question of knowing something in a purely abstract way, or —
    • these things, knows that immoral men, as a result of their preceding
    • want to add something about the processes mentioned then. I know that
    • the sleep knows when it will end, and in this quarter of an hour you
    • sees into the state of sleep know that what he sees has no significance
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • shall have after death, if through spirit-knowledge we picture the past
    • a certain deepening of our forces of knowledge there is revealed to us
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  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator.
    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator.
    • setting out to describe what is the essential nature of human knowledge,
    • we have to say that man's search for knowledge has to be pursued in the
    • want to restrict ourselves to those means of attaining knowledge which
    • you know very well, in Anthroposophy we take this as our starting-point.
    • We fully accept the fact that with such means of acquiring knowledge as
    • with the ordinary means of attaining knowledge, it is impossible to
    • knowledge, that all thinking, feeling and willing, as they are present
    • knowledge at his disposal, be expected to speak in any other way about
    • Anthroposophical knowledge, however, just because it accepts in all
    • ordinary means of knowledge, must, on the other hand, endeavour to find
    • other means of knowing the world. And, as you are aware, such have been
    • Inspired, Intuitive Knowledge. By means of these special ways of knowing
    • — ways of knowing that by dint of strenuous effort have to be
    • ordinary means of knowledge clarity can never be attained.
    • now, on the basis of these three stages of higher knowledge, I should
    • Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge. For ordinary
    • man cannot, with ordinary means of knowledge, tell what his soul does
    • Knowledge, the condition of sleep begins to be lit up, the darkness
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  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • influence, and to assert that a horse knows immediately when a professor
    • learns to know after years of work in a physiological laboratory!
    • its consciousness the horse knows nothing of all this. Besides, owing
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • inevitable chain of cause and effect. As you know, it is the
    • working classes. If one would learn to know life,
    • purposes of life. — You know, I daresay, that there is
    • modern business-man knows so little, and has so very little
    • particular species of production. He knows — for he is
    • other species of production will yield. He knows, if he was,
    • the national economy which it founds will be one that knows
    • tape — what it requires, is the practical knowledge of
    • “I know that I give people pleasure by sending them
    • know: what forms these crises would assume?
    • was not printed before knowing that a certain number of
    • at life clearly, and knowing from which end to begin working.
    • learning to know the conditions of life in an individual
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • individual enterprises, which, as you know finally
    • started our propaganda here, we began, as you know, by
    • at headquarters; they must know all about it! — And so,
    • necessary for mankind to know about the Threefold question.
    • found in them all that is more immediately necessary to know.
    • people who, without knowing it, take slavery for freedom, are
    • of fact. And what does it all amount to? Well, you know, it
    • present moment, as you know, we are busy setting on foot the
    • saying: ‘Really, you know, that ought to be done quite
    • best reputation in any department, and know best how to
    • large number of people in economic life definitely know:
    • and are made up of people who, knowing of nothing new, drape
    • know, we have endeavoured, really, to find an attitude
    • quite ready to acknowledge; — as also, for example, that
    • for instance. This I am perfectly ready to acknowledge, and
    • have often acknowledged it before. But all such movements in
    • know, make a curious impression, if when we were talking —
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • penetrating and profound knowledge about the two problems.
    • the usual processes of knowledge. He therefore has to give an
    • questions of human self-knowledge.
    • it also knows how far these scientific methods can go, and
    • today, questions that concern human self-knowledge above all,
    • know that they are dealing with something that belongs to a
    • knowledge of what works and lives in the human being, their
    • furtherance of a real knowledge of what lives in man as
    • leads us to self-knowledge. But I want, first of all, to place
    • not know. Science quite rightly looks for causes of what plays
    • self-knowledge, in a way that only the science of spirit can
    • perceived with the ordinary means of acquiring knowledge.
    • but knowledge as certain in its sphere as is scientific
    • knowledge in the natural sphere. We must, of course, be quite
    • the spiritual world, imaginative knowledge.
    • do we acquire this imaginative knowledge? Mainly by applying
    • organ introduced a kind of unknown quantity into the soul life,
    • ourselves so that we know what is in it. And we have to
    • in the life of imagination where we know that the chair cannot
    • imaginative knowledge is by no means satisfied with this world
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • knowledge, for Goethe was, after all, a person who had deep
    • that it is not the knowledge we acquire about the course of
    • impelled to go into what is called historical knowledge, the
    • over the whole earth demand judgment from us. We must know what
    • necessary knowledge, which is quite easy to do in this subject,
    • knowledge, the same kind of knowledge, the same kind of
    • historical instinct. He did not know the basis for it, for it
    • bearing the future if we use only the form of knowledge that
    • dreams; we do not know them as they really are, but only
    • the motive you know as coming from your will impulses. You know
    • we call history today. They sought their knowledge in myths,
    • have previously described this as imaginative knowledge,
    • inspired knowledge and intuitive knowledge. — This
    • wish to come to know them as they are fundamentally. These
    • but it can only become truly spiritually enlightened knowledge
    • if we know that at that time the consciousness soul began to
    • body, how it can then pursue knowledge independently of the
    • cannot be grasped by our ordinary powers of knowledge.
    • power that is used when we apply imaginative knowledge. It
    • spiritual world by means of his instinctive knowledge. This
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • The Necessity for New Ways of Spiritual Knowledge
    • The first lecture is also known as,
    • The Necessity for a Spiritual Deepening through Freely Acquired Knowledge,
    • Knowledge.
    • THROUGH FREELY ACQUIRED KNOWKEDGE
    • methods of spiritual knowledge possible at the present time,
    • knowledge. And it has been pointed out. how completely,
    • spiritual deepening with the new means to knowledge, how
    • the lead in any particular sphere — that these men know
    • acknowledged in public. In addition, however, he informed me
    • that the moment I enter I should know how I am to speak to
    • spiritual forces are working. From knowledge of the spiritual
    • the temerity to speak about the spirit out of real knowledge
    • when knowledge of the world is in question one should not be
    • must not make a compromise with what we know; we must not
    • necessary to create for our knowledge a foundation that is
    • now at a point of time where knowledge concerning the
    • scientific knowledge that has arisen in the fifth
    • post-Atlantean period, knowledge that began with Galileo,
    • as one of its most outstanding exponents, all this knowledge
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • The Necessity for New Ways of Spiritual Knowledge
    • The first lecture is also known as,
    • The Necessity for a Spiritual Deepening through Freely Acquired Knowledge,
    • Knowledge.
    • THE RESULT OF FREE KNOWLEDGE
    • knowledge which are accessible to men of the present age,and
    • knowledge which are essential to it. It has already been
    • acquiring knowledge — and that only those have a true
    • really know what a serious striving after the Spirit is? Such
    • the workers of the Daimler Company are sitting. I know
    • perfectly well how I ought to speak to these people; I know
    • It is very specially necessary to know just what Spiritual
    • someone, as a result of practical knowledge, made certain
    • possible that through his knowledge of the spiritual forces
    • knowledge of the animal kingdom, to speak of the Spirit! Or
    • basis for knowledge which is trustworthy. To-day things must
    • knowledge of the spiritual world simply must be taken
    • seriously. The scientific knowledge of the 5th Post Atlantean
    • be founded upon the same basic principles of knowledge as
    • this reason instinctive knowledge, perceptions, impulses of
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • The Necessity for New Ways of Spiritual Knowledge
    • The first lecture is also known as,
    • The Necessity for a Spiritual Deepening through Freely Acquired Knowledge,
    • Knowledge.
    • consciousness. Now you know that the essential feature
    • You know that
    • Occult Science a considerable amount of knowledge gained
    • abstract idea of the journey. The travellers' inner knowledge
    • which he has had, he knows that he was not standing still and
    • knowledge in the course of his life, and especially in the
    • mystical matters are being talked about, knows quite well
    • about these inner souls experiences, he knows that he has
    • him”. But a man who knows how to understand inner
    • experiences as a concrete reality, knows that these inner
    • know, not by means of external mathematical considerations,
    • have described is a reality, even if men to-day know nothing
    • space but really no more that that. In the well known work of
    • can know that are those who have gone through a certain
    • will emerge quite naturally as a result of the knowledge
    • forget everything that may be known about academic
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  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • know, at the central point of all religious thought and
    • known to them. Osiris was represented by the Egyptians in an
    • acknowledge gods as higher, who show you an image of something
    • you acknowledge Me within you, I will live forth in you for up
    • the indication of how, through acknowledgement of one's own
    • should not acknowledge anything higher than the Divine, who
    • taken and called divine. We know that the physical body was
    • which depends on the blood will die out. By truly acknowledging
    • an occult and medicinal indication. “If you acknowledge
    • more secretively. However, if you want to earnestly acknowledge
    • do you penetrate into his “I”-sphere. You acknowledge
    • than to acknowledge the wisdom-filled directing and guidance in
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • knowledge of it was confined to circles of Initiates, to occult
    • this knowledge. Not much was known about the knowledge or the activities
    • but his knowledge derived from one.
    • knowledge, it had to be restricted to those who were adequately prepared;
    • the others received its blessings only. This knowledge was not intended
    • between knowledge and faith. What is necessary today is to attain to
    • higher knowledge by the paths of learning.
    • led to the making public of this knowledge, however, was the invention
    • hear of it. But knowledge of the material world was spread abroad and
    • made popular through books; hence arose the conflict between knowledge
    • great treasure of occult knowledge of all ages to be made accessible
    • been known to the Initiates, implies a condition of consciousness different
    • Anyone who wants to know
    • The astral body is the seat of everything we know as desire, passion,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • one speaks of the knowledge of higher realms posssed by Initiates but
    • the following effect: What use to us is this knowledge you say you have
    • to become widely known — Helen Keller. In her second year she
    • the poets, both classical and modern; she also has a good knowledge
    • speak with knowledge she shares in our familiar world.
    • has true knowledge of the visible world unless he knows something also
    • We get to know the astral
    • worry about the knowledge of higher worlds so long we are good men and
    • will be effective; but a knowledge of the truth gives morality a sound
    • form of knowledge of the truth.
    • a saying which can now be made known: In the astral world, every lie
    • only by someone who has knowledge of the higher worlds. How readily
    • When we make this truth known we are not preaching morality but laying
    • element; every lie, an element hostile to life. Anyone who knows this
    • wants to know something about Caesar: he will take some little incident
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • All the Gospel sayings have a deep meaning, and we come to know their
    • I enter into the person or the animal and come to know what the other
    • came to know better, but her error clung to her astral husk.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • the sixth and fourteenth years is taken up with acquiring knowledge:
    • and had only the most primitive knowledge of how to light a fire or
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • know a little about the nature of Devachan; now we have to ask how the
    • bliss of Devachan; but anyone who has any knowledge of it will use few
    • different. As soon as an Initiate enters that plane, he comes to know
    • have to see the activity of discarnate human beings; and we know how
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • quite naturally, so that the child will believe before it has knowledge
    • intellectual knowledge, not only educational principles and insights; it
    • it may equally cheer me to know that I can frame my future destiny myself.
    • only at the higher stages of clairvoyant knowledge. Much more important
    • help would have any effect: as it is, I know that my help will have
    • This harmony has always existed; the law of karma has always been known
    • The Redeemer knows that
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • you in finding evidence for this, because it knows nothing of astral
    • knowledge of it survived. The Bible has a true saying, very often
    • everything literally because through his spiritual knowledge he can see
    • very widespread today, which was hardly known a hundred years ago —
    • illness would never have appeared. The occult teacher knows that if this
    • we know that some of the characteristics of a father and his ancestors
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • all knowledge, from the highest to the lowest, is the outcome of what
    • from fundamental observation of how thinking can go wrong. Knowledge
    • long trial and error could a store of knowledge be built up. All this
    • about evil, illness and pain cannot be answered without knowledge of
    • thing-in-itself as something unknowable by man. But in fact there are
    • no limits to knowledge, for man can find, in everything he sees around
    • From individual instances known to occult science we may come to the
    • An example known to occult
  • 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
    • the same as the Moon we know today; it was the third incarnation of the
    • forms were quite different from those we know today.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • settled them in the district now known as the Gobi Desert. There a small
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • the Brown-man can understand that speech also. He knows when a storm
    • Indian culture. No poetry or tradition tells us about this it is known
    • come by the path of knowledge to recognise the wisdom in external nature,
    • and thus to rediscover something which the ancient Atlanteans had known
    • its own task. Present-day man knows nothing of what the third and fourth
    • reactionaries; they know that the age of materialism was necessary. Just
    • talk of Theosophy today, but we know that when we come to reborn in
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • will gradually become able to gain knowledge for themselves. You should
    • will gain knowledge through your dreams, provided only that you pay
    • activate the lotus-flowers, and where do they come from? We know that
    • who studies these books and knows nothing of Theosophy might find his
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • private means whose capital is invested without his knowledge in a
    • How does he do it? The secret has always been known to the European
    • but without knowing that it is the Philosopher's Stone.” This is an
    • Now we know that carbon
    • occultist knows that breath imbued with rhythm is life-promoting and
    • known as Dharana.
    • can be followed with the advice of a teacher who knows what has to be
    • of Christian Initiation. He will know by two signs, an outer and an
    • to know all that exists as evil and wickedness in the world. This is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • occult schools came to higher knowledge. Today I will try to describe,
    • knowledge men would be confused in matters of religious faith. Therefore a
    • the discord between faith and knowledge. In the Middle Ages the most
    • a long time afterwards those who had made headway in scientific knowledge
    • could not conceive of any contradictions between knowledge and faith.
    • that the highest knowledge of mundane things is thoroughly compatible
    • with the highest knowledge of spiritual truths. It is precisely through
    • training may be described in two words: true self-knowledge. The
    • two forms of self-knowledge — the lower form, called by the
    • overcome the lower self, and the higher form of self-knowledge which is
    • self-knowledge? It consists in the recognition of our everyday self, of
    • he will be on the way to true self-knowledge.
    • Self-knowledge is one of the hardest things to acquire, and it is
    • precisely those who think they know themselves best who are most likely
    • and it, too, is related to the lower form of self-knowledge.
    • Higher self-knowledge
    • my higher self and to withdraw from the world; I want to know nothing
    • a false self-knowledge, and, as I have said, it can be very dangerous.
    • but to seek to know the Great Self which shines down into us. The lower
    • to know the Divine. “Know thyself” means also “Overcome
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    • force of heat or warmth, and so on. They speak of an unknown
    • way from what is known into some unknown realm. They scarcely ever
    • ask if it is really justified thus to proceed from the known to the
    • unknown. They scarcely trouble, for example, to consider if it is
    • example are the three statements known as “Kepler's
    • known” to the so-called “unknown”. He always
    • wants to stay within the sphere of what is known, nor in the first
    • scientific method is not to draw conclusions from the known to the
    • unknown; he will apply all thinking and all available methods to put
    • so-called “known” to an “unknown” of any
    • to be fundamental, in place of the unknown entities or the
    • to outer Nature. I mean Geometry, — all that is known by means
    • Nature. We know what we have to say about a cube without first having
    • centimetre a second quicker every second, we know the ratio between
    • get to know in quite external ways, namely a weight. In the last
    • of knowledge.
    • only find our way aright if we know what the leap is from Kinematics
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    • well-known theorem. (We can go into it again another time so that
    • you most probably know; I only call it to your mind.) Multiply the
    • our reach, so that we can only get to know it, as it were, by staring
    • — no real physiology. It does not know the human being. You
    • presence known, to begin with, simply by this: by its ability to
    • get the loss of weight exactly. You know this is called the law of
    • embrace also the knowledge of the physical. In the human being we
    • Nature. We need a knowledge with a strongly spiritual content,
    • the connection and you know at once: so it must be, — the
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    • IIIf). The human eye, as you know, is in form like a kind of
    • a kind of lens. The lens is carried by a muscle known as the ciliary
    • reaches what is commonly known as the vitreous body or vitreous
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    • expansion, known as waves, we imagine sound to spread. To begin with,
    • adding things out of the blue, of which man has no knowledge. Of
    • vice-versa, if we do not know what is in a flame and we make a
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    • remarkable fact, which, although not unknown before, was brought to
    • you know, in dividing s, the distance which the mobile
    • intimately united, we learn to know and understand the real velocity.
    • knowledge you have no alternative, but must say to yourselves: The
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    • “I know four men. One of them owns £25, another £50;
    • this example, for you know very well that the effect of being
    • — to add all manner of unknown agencies and fancied energies,
    • Now it is simpler to add in thought some unknown forces than to admit
    • ethereal ocean. Their calculations relate to an unknown entity which
    • recoil of elastic bodies are not so difficult to get to know, they
    • Ether-vibrations are moving through space. They think they know what
    • electro-magnetic force. They know still better now, what light is,
    • they do not know what these are! Such is the pretty round they have
    • sense-world is explained by an unknown super-sensible, the vibrating
    • confess that they do not know what the latter is. It is a highly
    • search for an unknown to the explanation of this unknown by yet
    • another unknown.
    • Helmholtz got to know of the phenomenon, he said: Very well, we shall
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    • you know there is all the physical apparatus we were describing a
    • which have claimed all the knowledge of the soul and Spirit for
    • achievement. You know that if you merely rub a surface with your
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    • prevalent today. Historically it is of course well-known, but
    • condensations and attenuations; that unknown something within me
    • path. We can have no real knowledge of these things if we relate
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    • scientific knowledge. Now to prepare for tomorrow, I must today
    • beginning no doubt with things that are well-known to you from your
    • You know the
    • attract small bodies such as bits of paper. You know too what
    • brings negative toward itself in some way. You know the phenomenon
    • coating thereby becomes electrified negatively. Then, as you know,
    • again, I am presumably still recalling what you already know
    • taking effect once more — at a distance. You know how
    • tubes, to get to know their conditions and reactions. Certain
    • your knowledge of these things; I cannot go into them all from the
    • pole, known as the cathode, which lent themselves especially to
    • know what so-called “matter” is. But the phenomena
    • they now obtained the rays known as “canal rays”. In
    • known as Roentgen rays or X-rays. They have the effect of
    • know the Roentgen rays have the property of going through bodies
    • The text-book knowledge I may none the less bring forward, is only
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    • another thing emerges from these materials, known as radium etc. It
    • geometrical and kinematical — calculable waves in an unknown
    • arithmetical thinking. Geometry, you know, was a very ancient
    • 180°. Of course you know this. Now then we have to give our
    • process of knowledge you are connecting, what arises from within
    • is, we shall not know where we are in our Natural Science, so that
    • from us and only makes its presence known to us in the phenomena of
    • tubes makes itself known to us in phenomena of light, etc. Whatever
    • it, but you can at least take notice of it; you know that
    • They do not know what havoc has in fact been wrought by the
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    • the basis of true knowledge, the way the scientific
    • where he stated that natural knowledge is not able to
    • everyday life know about all the complicated processes, the
    • which is something everyone can know about without bothering
    • question relating to the border-area of human knowledge.
    • simply consider knowledge as concerning outward, tangible facts
    • our knowledge. Those who know what it is to have to struggle
    • for knowledge speak of hundreds of such border-points occurring
    • in knowledge. It is only a superficial mind which, when faced
    • of living at such border-points of knowledge. This feeling can
    • do not say that there are limits to human knowledge, but we say
    • knowledge but they do not then have the courage to renounce or
    • the border-areas of knowledge who, like
    • books, Knowledge of Higher Worlds and its
    • in dreams. He knows full well that these dreams are pictures
    • we know are not remembered, but arise out of the body. We do
    • themselves with biology and physiology, and know about their
    • know that however difficult it may be and that however much
    • in the above-mentioned books. We only have to know the
    • can still act arbitrarily or out of prejudice does not know
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    • joist in immersing ourselves in the scientific knowledge
    • long to acquire knowledge about the human being that goes
    • being out of unknown depths, or one could also say, out of
    • unknown heights, that is well suited to provide information
    • one usually means what rises up from unknown regions and
    • become well known since the 1860's through the popular
    • the power of logical thinking; it deduces something unknown
    • appears in our conscious soul life from unknown depths or
    • something which is well known to everyone, but which
    • aspect where it is certainly sufficiently well known that it
    • of spirit for several years knows that he often finds himself
    • Knowledge of Higher Worlds, and beginners are
    • way of knowledge of the science of spirit, because in spiritual
    • Such a procedure is impossible with knowledge derived from the
    • differently. Knowledge derived through the science of spirit
    • know the nature of it.
    • Presumably everyone knows —
    • in appearance. What are such dreams? Everyone knows them.
    • wakes up, and after waking knows exactly where the sound has
    • We all know that we go on whole journeys in dreams,
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    • Heat is first known through sensations of cold, warmth, lukewarm, etc.
    • been exposed. Everyone knows that when he goes into a cellar, it may
    • unknown being of heat to the human organism has considerable
    • toward the relation of the unknown being of heat to the human organism
    • might be designated the higher branches of knowledge of the living
    • scientific ideas may simply be confirmed. As you know it is thus with
    • experiment is carried out: it is known that when light rays are
    • You know quite well from what was made clear to you, at least to a
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    • Then we know the length of the rod after expansion. For the length
    • the length.) Now you know that the area of the surface is obtained by
    • being of heat, as yet unknown to us.
    • gases known to us on earth, the property of being a gas gathers
    • You know that a general rule can be stated as we have already stated
    • You have only to look in a general way at all that is to be known
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    • another which you will know well from ordinary experience. If you
    • consider solids, which form our starting point, you know that they
    • heat been made to go through the melting point, you know that I cannot
    • know this relation we can hope really to press forward into the
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    • with gases or vapors. We already know that these are so connected with
    • liquid from a gas. Now you know that when we have a solid body, we
    • the one hand, we must build up a knowledge of the method of thinking
    • left, so to speak, in the realm of the unknown and attention is
    • really know it without leaving the three dimensional space. Then it
    • studied know that the human being must rise through the physics of
    • are not familiar with it. What people know, they pass their own
    • they do not know they accept on authority. If more were done to
    • preliminary to further observations. You know that in the most popular
    • Magnetism and electricity are known to us only through their effects
    • Electricity would be known not merely by its effects, but like light
    • above. You all know, my dear friends, that what we call our ordinary
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    • unknown to us. Heat and pressure exerted on a body or the state of
    • and magnetic properties are concerned we come to know them through
    • geometrical concepts, we enter the unknown region where the will
    • rules, a region as completely unknown to us in the inner sense, as
    • colors on each side of it, fading into the unknown. I compared the
    • red to the dipping down inwardly into the unknown sphere of the
    • experience as knowledge of the outer world and what we experience
    • the poem, to let those ideas unroll in your mind. But you know that
    • imagine you recited a poem in an unknown language, then you have
    • attention to something you know from your anthroposophy.
    • You know, when we make the attempt to extend our thinking by
    • thoughts that we come again and again into the condition where we know
    • gives us our own substance, we thus enter an unknown region. This is
    • you know very well and to which I have called your attention, namely
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    • attention. You know from the foregoing observation and also from
    • it solidified. You know that water changed to ice at 0C. and it must
    • the fluid and the gaseous or vapor states. You know that solid bodies
    • You know that when we hold a solid in our hand and let go of it, it
    • that it is an unknown entity to us at the outset. But we must do this
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    • known to those beings who live on such bodies. Beings who could
    • live on a fluid planet would know nothing of gravity. It would not be
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    • to the realm of acoustics, the tone world. In the gas, as you know,
    • fluid realm borders on the solid, and just as we know how the solid
    • seven nuances. But you know that the spectrum does not break off at
    • words effects that manifest themselves in matter. But you know also
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    • From this paper arose the entire movement in physics that we know
    • the opposite pole escapes me. Something has slipped into the unknown,
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    • at this point. In Goethe's sense you know that the spectrum considered
    • it, in this form, in any given solid body. We know that if conditions
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    • phosphorescence. From the previous course you know that this is a form
    • portion of the spectrum that disappears on the unknown on this side
    • thinking. You know from what we have already said that there is really
    • spectrum we actually get is the well-known linear one extending as a
    • arise? It can arise only in this way, that the seven known colors are
    • open to us, in view of the knowledge of modern physics, and consider
    • from adding to the modern technology, knowing only pressures —
    • Of course, much now incorporated in the body of knowledge known as
    • Another physicist, Mach, well known in connection with modern
    • deeds of light. Then we must see how knowledge of the being of
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    • or limit to human knowledge. It is extremely important that you hold
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    • number and is a well-known fact.
    • in solid bodies. We know that under terrestrial conditions a certain
    • heat in former ages as quite different from the heat you know now.
    • what we know as physical is time-limited on the earth. That it is
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    • things as they were thought of by the intuitive knowledge of former
    • This indeed, is what we have to do; we must know that when we
    • picture the following to yourselves. You know well that the human body
    • elsewhere. This is indeed a well known sign. Something new must be
    • because we not know this we cannot learn what is happening in the
    • source of all this, the thing we long to know, we will only be able to
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • should not know what date to put on the letter. I should have been
    • Goethe grasped at its roots the knowledge which Darwin only indicates
    • nearer to each other when we know how to place our different
    • in your souls. You have grown up and have come to know the older
    • blood in Southern Asia brought him to the conception of what is known
    • fixed ideas. As you know, he was declared insane and put into an
    • to point to the truth, the truth in the spirit. You know that among
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • knowledge, and they find, well, those who are usually to be found in
    • nature. People do not know any longer what it means to be young and
    • what it means to be old. Nothing is known about it and that is why
    • longing to know how to teach young people to be young in order that
    • they may grow old respectably. But nobody knows how to direct things
    • ancient Greece nobody would have known how to speak about objective
    • very clever after all — heaven knows to what point the phrase,
    • either, or that anything is known at the Universities. What I am
    • saying is that something ought to be known about it.
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • this knowledge as a basis we cannot understand earlier times. Later
    • men of knowledge they at least strove to do so — by giving
    • nearest spiritual horizon: people believe they at last know the truth
    • The way in which I put this in the book Knowledge of the Higher
    • only absorbed through imitation what others have known about repeated
    • that the perception in Imaginative knowledge, which I put first, is
    • ought to answer him: If knowledge is to be anything real, it must
    • knowledge must follow this course. It is not sought for in
    • But he calls it in our case the materialization of knowledge.
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • conditions. Just as we know the temperature of a room by reading the
    • of the life of humanity in a particular region or period by knowing
    • him was in Richard Wagner's music. As you know, Wagner was a
    • speaking, knows that there came for Nietzsche the tragic moment when,
    • should read who wants to know about the thought of the last third of
    • such judgments becomes instinct. People know how they raise their
    • hand just as little as they know why a voice comes out of the soul
    • way. What is known as human must be divested of the “empty
    • declared war on all idealism. I know that this aspect of Nietzsche
    • please everyone. Moreover I must say what I know to be true. So, in
    • person today acknowledges the condition of his own soul, he can only
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • that actually nothing more was known about them. For centuries
    • have known what was meant. In earlier times they would have known
    • man's inner life of soul into account; there is no knowledge of
    • third-hand one might still glean some knowledge of moral intuitions
    • knowledge of Nature. He said that supernaturalism could not be
    • faith and not knowledge. Science stops short at the supernatural —
    • that when we look at a corpse we know that it cannot have its form
    • the dead in an external way for the living kind of knowledge imparted
    • the actual object of knowledge. That was the whole aim. This lasted
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • I have tried to show that knowledge of the super-sensible worlds is
    • acknowledge that outer science by its very nature can only comprehend
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • whole world. You know that in former days this fundamental feeling
    • know thyself!” This saying, “Man, know thyself “is
    • what lies in the words “Man, know thyself!” expresses
    • own being and know: Within thyself lies the solution of this cosmic
    • mystery. “Man, know thyself and thou knowest the world I.”
    • final. Man is the solution of the world-riddle but to know the human
    • that we never reach an end. We know that we bear the solution of the
    • world-riddle within ourselves. But we know too that we shall never
    • a formula we only know that we are not given out of the universe
    • whole universe is a question and the human being an answer. We know
    • being himself. Yet in the sentence, “Man, know thyself!”
    • through such a change in the experiencing of knowledge, through the
    • attitude we have to knowledge, the spark of life will strike into the
    • If people want to put them into practice, they do not know as a rule
    • know Schiller's answer to Kant's definition of duty:
    • on the other, to the necessity of knowing that this ethical
    • knowledge one cannot imagine anything more empty. As humanity is
    • knowledge which is not an abstract indication of how man consists of
    • Knowledge
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • kind of knowledge. I mean times when those possessing a certain
    • amount of knowledge were still able to stand before the young, who
    • embodied knowledge, embodied science, that is striven for as we
    • possibility of getting tired from a knowledge that was acquired with
    • tired and keeps turning and twisting about without knowing why. I do
    • for knowledge has, out of intellectuality, taken on a character
    • wrote. In that way we do not get to know what he wrote at all. We
    • given we sense that the one who possesses this knowledge has full
    • he devotes himself to knowledge is something that lights up in him or
    • that is the mood that has crept into the whole nature of knowledge
    • so knowledge gradually became something to which people devoted
    • only at the lecture-desk that one got to know those represented as
    • men of knowledge. I do not know if others as old as myself have had
    • a printed book by someone else — for all I know, the note-book
    • like to know why I am expected to know what he is reading. There is
    • no reason for me to know what he is only now reading for himself. He
    • doesn't know it himself, otherwise he wouldn't be so
    • who is so much older, doesn't know even yet and reads to me out
    • approach to knowledge generally at the end of the nineteenth century.
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • a true self-knowledge, we will study the human being more from
    • what is it that is known as Scholasticism at the beginning of the new
    • know how thoughts are God-given, but our inner being tells us that
    • knowledge. Life is lost in this way. You can find it again when you
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • according to anthroposophical knowledge. You know that we must
    • onwards the human being can know something about the connections in
    • life of which he must know, but which cannot be exhausted by
    • we may know, for example, that the human being has ten fingers. But
    • cannot be known before we reach a certain time in life, that is,
    • impossible to know something in its essential reality before the
    • really to know about those things that are not just under our nose,
    • cannot know anything about it. Before this we cannot unfold that
    • inner activity of soul necessary for us to say: I know something
    • knowledgeable way.
    • being cannot, properly speaking, know anything? It follows that the
    • knowledge. It would have seemed absurd had one maintained that it was
    • possible to give anyone real knowledge before his eighteenth year. At
    • that time it was known among older people, especially if they wanted
    • of actual knowledge. We must be capable of inducing the young to
    • believe in what we, according to our knowledge, hold to be true.”
    • meant that to begin with one avoided giving them definite knowledge.
    • It was not customary in those days to impart knowledge. It is so foreign
    • not wish to impart knowledge to the young — that this saying is
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • is able to observe the life of soul in a more intimate way knows such
    • know before. It was perfectly natural to speak in this way. Just as a
    • nineteenth years, can develop so that from then onwards one can know
    • for you know this only as external fact from physiology, anatomy, and
    • Does man know before this that he has a will? He
    • good or bad condition of his stomach. But now you know that you have
    • my dear friends, is an activity which aims at knowledge in a far
    • deeper sense than the external knowledge of Nature, but it is at the
    • man, who cannot be known as is the outer physical body, which can be
    • This cannot be known through external perception but must be inwardly
    • experienced. To know this second man a kind of artistic activity must
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge. That is why I said a few days ago:
    • Spirit into what goes by the name of knowledge and science.
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • that man still knows something about the world. But he has all the
    • see, we can get to know an important philosopher such as Johann
    • still got to know each other in this way and many expressions with
    • just because he knows a great deal. This leads to absolute absurdity.
    • teacher because it does not depend on the giving out of knowledge but
    • not through what we know but through what stirs inwardly within us in
    • living concepts instead of dead ones, for unconsciously he knows that
    • without knowing much about one another. Yet it is about themselves
    • that, relatively speaking, modern people know most. And what do they
    • education founded upon a true knowledge of the human being, that art
    • some kind. So now we know something about this man. In another case
    • the inscription is “Medical Practitioner.” Now we know
    • “Professor of English.” And now we know something about
    • him — and so on and so forth. If we want to know something
    • people that is their only essential fact. How else should they know
    • I was still fairly young, at Baden near Vienna I got to know the
    • their knowledge. With this we must reckon if in preparation for man's
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • little is known of these things — in practical knowledge, I
    • being an age of transition. For I should like to know which age is
    • councilor; it was not exhausted by the locksmith knowing — we
    • spectacles was known as “doctor.” People did not bother
    • order to learn to know him, not to give directions: “You are
    • meant to do this in such-and-such a way.” Knowledge of man —
    • use this religious phrase. True knowledge of man makes the human
    • know how to handle the matter, just as it is handled by the academic
    • knowledge with artistic perception, will remain young. For there is
    • experience through true knowledge of man. We really become childlike
    • when we acquire the right knowledge of man and thereby qualify
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    • the present world situation of dawning spiritual knowledge. In these
    • knowledge of man has been more and more on the downgrade. The human
    • door to this knowledge was firmly barred in the nineteenth century,
    • But the dragon must be conquered, and therefore the knowledge must
    • a true spiritual knowledge which conquers this center of life (which,
    • so-called law of the conservation of energy so that in his knowledge
    • twentieth, that the growing human being, who longed to know what the
    • to permeate ourselves with real knowledge of the spiritual weaving
    • wanted to know nothing more of the dragon. The young are running away
    • progress in their evolution. This means to bring knowledge to life
    • art, the pupils sought also for knowledge, though more of a soul
    • the spiritual world. And learning, knowledge, will acquire a quite
    • were, from another side so that as teachers we know: All accumulation
    • of learning, of knowledge, is worthless. As such it is dead and gets
    • wishing “to know,” knowledge cannot be stored up here or
    • knowledge that it can flow into the developing human being.
    • development of inner activity out of man's knowledge that he is
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    • “signifies” something. This is not correct. You know, for
    • signs. You know that a familiar sign in theosophical allegories is
    • the so-called pentagram. Furthermore, you know that in various
    • pentagram. You know that much abstruse thinking has been spent on it;
    • know that the etheric body belongs to the sphere of the occult; it is
    • development that it has passed through in the course of time. We know
    • know of the spiritual world out of their own experiences.
    • philosophy, as you know, there is mention of the harmony of the
    • You know that the
    • the earth, also revolve, and you also know that the sun itself moves.
    • anthroposophy knows that our earth in its present embodiment has
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    • knowledge of various things. We must at first make clear to ourselves
    • occultist, however, knows that this is only one of the lesser
    • knows how much depends upon the world of forms in which a man
    • Great Parson Street”. Do you know where these soul forces were
    • occultist knows that Fire can be compared with Earth, Water and Air,
    • understood at present, he did not know because he could transform
    • The bee is the symbol of the spiritual man who does not know
    • what we know of the evolutionary history of the planets and of
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    • possible to gain knowledge of the nature of things. There was,
    • that knowledge concerning the nature of numbers would lead to the
    • numbers 1, 3, or 7. Real occult teaching knows nothing of witchcraft
    • knowledge rests on deeper things, and from the short sketch I will
    • occultism by people who do not really know, that all development runs
    • and be given form. Do you know why clouds and stars appear to us
    • best come toward or stand aloof from him, he will come to know much
    • know you might not speak German, but you shall get the
    • two sources (whom I do not know, but I don't think they went
    • I know I keep
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    • of the symbols and signs that we have, and that has been acknowledged
    • Those who have learned to know him exactly and intimately have
    • standpoint. The occultist knows, for example, that men would not have
    • already known to the older members here. When we go back in human
    • himself with our world knows that space in the physical world is not
    • the chalice known as the Holy Grail. Even as one is purified, so also
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • birth. In this case, knowledge of the event was brought by inner
    • Here we have an indication of two ways in which higher knowledge came
    • times they were more primitive. But we know from spiritual science
    • exact knowledge of the world. The teachings of the ancient wisdom, as
    • birth of Christ Jesus. On the other hand, the knowledge possessed by
    • forms of knowledge. We will think, first, of the knowledge possessed
    • the existence of an ancient lore of the stars, an ancient knowledge of
    • knowledge of the stars and their workings consisted in training the
    • kind of knowledge resembling our geometrical or mathematical sciences.
    • that these things are unknown to-day but that they were imparted to
    • You will generally find it stated in books today that nobody knows
    • knows what soma-juice is, although, as a matter of fact, there are
    • quite familiar with it. But to know things from the vantage-point of
    • the Mysteries is quite different from knowing them as a layman from
    • alchemy assert that nothing is known about the Philosopher's Stone.
    • Stone is quite familiar to most people, only they do not know what it
    • really is nor why it is so called. It is quite well known, because as
    • reality of Being, because this knowledge was supplemented and enriched
    • by something that came to meet it. And so the science and knowledge of
    • What was it that came to the knowledge of the Magi? What kind of
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  • 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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    • fear of spiritual knowledge. At the present time one has only
    • made, men should be afraid of any kind of knowledge? People today
    • knowledge. But deep down in that part of the soul of which men know
    • nothing, and of which indeed they wish today to know nothing, there
    • the hidden depths of his soul-life everyone knows far more than he
    • thinks, but he does not want this knowledge, which is rooted in the
    • that moment he is also seized with yearning for a knowledge of the
    • spiritual world. For after all, one would like to know what it is that
    • enters the world of Initiation must not only know in it what every
    • human being today should strive to know, but he has to live in it as
    • those who know the life in the super-sensible, but this knowledge of
    • healthy human understanding of the present age. Only this knowledge of
    • usually do not know how far it goes back, e.g., in the case of
    • the Spirit”- an all-embracing knowledge of life was pursued, a
    • knowledge which, in the first place, aimed at directing the study of
    • and the world of the Stars. But this knowledge was also a wisdom which
    • with the knowledge thus acquired. Thus from these Mystery centres
    • the feudal origin of our abstract science and knowledge shows itself
    • remnant of knowledge of these Mysteries of Man.
    • until we know that men even today are still unproductive both in the
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    • mind — David Friedrich Strauss. You know that his book, The
    • You all know those persons who to a great extent are responsible,
    • As the result of our many-sided studies we know that if anything
    • generally little known, a God who permeates and controls human life
    • The fact is that Adolf Harnack knows nothing of the real Being of
    • know nothing of the Being of Christ in the sense that is so necessary
    • My dear friends, in our day we know that when such a matter is
    • They called Michael the countenance of Jahve. Just as we learn to know
    • Knowledge. We may speak of “the paths of Michael”, just as
    • well as of the “paths of Spiritual Scientific Knowledge”.
    • and to acknowledge at least with truth, that we want nothing that will
    • know his particular qualities. We must be able to oppose him with full
    • the Ahriman incarnation, so that when this comes to pass we may know
    • Leonardo, who once as you know, painted in Milan his great picture,
    • creed that they prepare this festival. We know that the Christmas
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture III: The Mystery of the Human Will
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    • evolution of mankind that what we may call the knowledge of Initiation
    • Spiritual knowledge.
    • accept such knowledge, which at first can only be given out by few who
    • post-Atlantean age. The modern theory of the universe knows the very
    • ordinary man knows absolutely nothing. This means that the Mystery of
    • Will is to the modern man entirely unknown, and with this is to be
    • we know it — stones, plants and many animals, too — would
    • causes lie in Mankind. Do you know where you must look if you wish to
    • on the Earth? You must investigate how the human Will, quite unknown
    • Directly our attention is called to such things, knowledge of them
    • takes possession of us. This knowledge does not work in such a shadowy
    • way as our intellectual knowledge does. It is taken far more from
    • shadowy knowledge of modern man, it is all the more necessary that man
    • should take seriously what is revealed to him through this knowledge.
    • age it is all-important that men should knower that they have here to
    • these theories, knowledge gained by means of experience is abstract,
    • something that must be made known at the present day. You know quite
    • fighting to the uttermost against that new Christ knowledge which is
    • what do these men really know of the true nature of the Gospels? These
    • it out. To have the right relation towards these Gospels we must know
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  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • self-knowledge is indeed like standing before a mirror. We stand,
    • we know its reflection is in the mirror. Behind the mirror lies
    • with the usual means of knowledge we are really unable to see
    • present-day man is, in a certain respect, empty, we only know that we
    • as Cosmic knowledge wills to reveal itself to us from out of the
    • a really new concrete knowledge of the spiritual world, as in the case
    • say? I do not know if the full import has been realized. He says:
    • resistance when they meet it. People know even less of that
    • creature. And because man knows little of this bond, he knows still
    • know that he himself would be quite unable to speak of religion at
    • detail. You all know the wind that blows from a certain quarter
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • only learns to know in life the one-sided power of natural instincts
    • spiritual knowledge. The head of the Waldorf-Astoria cigarette factory
    • think you know that I am not so foolish as to tell you what follows,
    • foundation on which we ought to build is the knowledge: Here something
    • place which Father Zimmermann terms a defection. You know that it was
    • said with no knowledge of the spiritual world. What our age most
    • These facts must become known, and to feel that these facts must
    • become known is indeed the most worthy New Year's thought that could
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • anthroposophy about the most varied branches of human knowledge
    • You all know
    • branch of knowledge today must never overlook all that natural
    • of knowledge, including that of medicine. In our modern
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and How to Attain It,
    • which man is able to advance in knowledge and action in every
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and How to Attain It,
    • we rise above the ordinary standpoint of knowledge — to
    • cognition or knowing. A still wider standpoint is that of
    • Inspired knowing, and the highest, if I may use this
    • knowing. In Imaginative cognition, I receive pictures of
    • reality, knowing very well that they are pictures, but also
    • yet, but I have pictures of a reality. At the stage of knowing
    • viscosity, something lives within them; I know more through the
    • pictures than the pictures alone yielded me. I know by means of
    • in the acts of Intuitive knowing I stand within this spiritual
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and How to Attain It.
    • modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, knowledge of
    • spiritual worlds, a knowledge that goes beyond ordinary,
    • sense-oriented factual knowledge. They give knowledge of a
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    • order to build up the knowledge that it is the task of an
    • the requisite physiological and therapeutic knowledge. I shall
    • empirical knowledge, if these data are studied in all their
    • of what I present to you will be fully acknowledged if these
    • lecture I tried to show you how broadening ordinary knowledge
    • revealed by super-sensible knowledge — without needing to
    • penetrates the human organization, and known through
    • modern science cannot readily acknowledge but that is
    • extend scientific knowledge in this field, I recommend that you
    • You know what a prolonged larval stage the cockchafer
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    • to the change of teeth, a practical and fundamental knowledge
    • knowledge of the human being we become aware of the tremendous
    • natural scientific knowledge we cannot go back to older
    • organism the well-known intermediate stage between the solid
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • know that if our brain were to rest upon its base with its
    • buoyancy of the iron-bearing corpuscles, we know that iron must
    • while a separate nervous system is inserted, heaven knows by
    • activity developed by intuitive knowing, for example, we can
    • “fever of unknown origin” — as it is called
    • certain salts. But we must really know how to relate the
    • the complex of symptoms we are now considering, we know that
    • a splendid knowledge of how to guide his chisel and how to mold
    • so forth. Medicine demands knowledge of the whole world in a
    • alkali, it is good to know how, in a particular plant, all
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    • domains of human knowledge and capacity.
    • all know — there is no need to enlarge upon it — that in
    • knowledge to-day must never overlook all that science has
    • domains of knowledge, including that of medicine. When we pass out
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and How to Attain It,
    • in knowledge and action in every sphere of life depends upon the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • we rise above the ordinary condition of knowledge — to which the
    • that of ‘Knowledge by Inspiration,’ and the highest —
    • Intuitive Knowledge. In Imaginative Knowledge one comes to pictures
    • of reality, knowing very well that they are pictures, but
    • true pictures but not the reality itself. At the stage of Knowledge
    • acts of Intuitive Knowledge we live within the spiritual
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • these three modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, an
    • have really been at a loss to know what to make of philosophy,
    • because it has been impossible to know whether philosophers know
    • anything or not. Scientists, however, are supposed to know something,
    • must have some knowledge, because although it is quite possible in
    • Knowledge, where pictures arise — pictures of the spiritual
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    • knowledge had been acquired — by distinguishing the
    • to the knowledge which it is the task of Spiritual Science to
    • and therapeutic knowledge. I shall have to use somewhat unfamiliar
    • brought into harmony with the data of modern empirical knowledge —
    • knowledge can give us insight into the being of man. And now, bearing
    • as revealed by super-sensible knowledge, and without having to enter
    • the constitution of man, as known to empirical observation, will find
    • acknowledge but which is none the less a truth, following indeed from
    • you want to extend scientific knowledge in this field, I recommend
    • sun-forces of the previous year. — You know what a prolonged
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    • change of teeth, a practical and fundamental knowledge of the system
    • aspect of education is that a true knowledge of man tells us that we
    • of clarity, for with our modern scientific knowledge we cannot go
    • well-known intermediate stage between the solid and the fluid. So
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    • begin with, in a primitive way. You know that if the brain, with its
    • corpuscles, we know that iron in some form or other must be
    • knows by what divine power, in order that the organism may become
    • faculty developed by intuitive knowledge we can perceive, for
    • salts. But we must really know how to relate the devitalising
    • sculptor. He may have a splendid knowledge of how to guide his chisel
    • abruptly. Medicine indeed demands in a certain respect a knowledge of
    • to know how all these substances are brought together by Nature
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    • [Also known as: The Michael Imagination. e.Ed.]
    • whole existence and activity into the spiritual world. We know from
    • world, if actual manifestations of that world are in question. We know
    • great deal of what one knows has to be brought together. And so just
    • present, something known to man, since otherwise one could not reckon
    • knows that the Nature-spirits in the heights during midsummer live in
    • guidance of the cosmos. We know, of course, that man needs this animal
    • instrument and know how to handle it properly, we are able to perform
    • when once we know how to handle it; when, as human beings, we can
    • apprehending it had to paint it according to their own knowledge); the
    • future. And one can know that if a part of mankind were to take this
    • festival only when we know how to link it with something really
    • into consciousness. We must learn to know this process as the
    • have the knowledge which is really able to see something in iron other
    • That is Iron. Let us learn to know iron, and equally all other
    • know them in their majestic spirit power! Then there will be human
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    • endowed with the fourth element, the Ego. And we know moreover that in
    • super-sensible wisdom and knowledge will flow increasingly from the
    • knowledge of Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition, may lay hold of the
    • knowledge of the spiritual.
    • ourselves with names; for even as we know nothing of a man when we
    • merely know he is called Miller, so we know very little about Gabriel
    • if we only know his name. But we do know something of a man when we
    • you know, evolution; and evolution embraces all Beings. Beings are in
    • from what it has been able to absorb of spiritual knowledge;
    • experience; then we shall learn to know what the anthroposophical
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas Vb: The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha (Part II)
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    • which you all know under the name of the Mystery of Golgotha. Of this
    • It might well be that out of prejudice a person wished to know nothing
    • by which he reveals himself. It is not the whole of man. One knows a
    • observation we study the things around us, we learn to know by means
    • here on earth. Occultism alone can give knowledge of life; external
    • giving a knowledge of life. This knowledge of life must remain the
    • preserve of super-sensible knowledge.
    • But now, impossible as is a sense knowledge of life, equally
    • impossible is a super-sensible knowledge of death. There are conditions
    • in the higher worlds. All the Beings we have learned to know as Beings
    • they do not know death, they never pass through death. Just as we are
    • birth without knowing anything of the world, in which they lived. A
    • Jahve or Jehovah and know that He was the Being who sent out Michael
    • qualities. Then it is all defined and people think now they know what
    • such a Being is. They do not know it by speaking of Michael in this
    • way when we speak of Michael and his mission, knowing that Michael,
    • ideas. Yes, — to be an Anthroposophist in our age means to know
    • asleep; we must feel and know how there lives in this spiritual world
    • Try now in this present time to know and experience as individual
    • understand our times through knowing ourselves to be in a spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas VIII: The Michael Path to the Christ (Extract)
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    • My dear friends, in our day we know that when such a matter is
    • countenance of Jahve. Just as we learn to know a man when we look into
    • knowledge of Jahve, whom it was not yet possible for mankind to reach.
    • These paths to-day are the paths of spiritual scientific knowledge. We
    • “paths of spiritual scientific knowledge”.
    • Christmas trees, and to acknowledge at least with truth, that we want
  • Title: Threefold Order: Part II: Lecture: The Impulse Towards the Threefold Order
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    • knows, that one is talking into a storm. And although many
    • out, and make this life-practicality known. — And yet,
    • learnt to know the working class as myself a member of the
    • working class. Later on, I learnt to know the middle-class with
    • And I learnt to know that class of people too from direct
    • of a life spent in learning to know the needs, the demands, the
    • Anyone who looks deeper into the conditions, knows,-that
    • Capital will exist, so long as Wages exist. For, as you know,
    • whole business of national economy at the present day, to know
    • person who has spent his life in learning to know the
    • to speak in such a way, that one knows that in speaking one is
    • should like to know otherwise, why they surrendered
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • concerned with the handing down of a province of knowledge as
    • such, but with manipulating this province of knowledge in order
    • all, between the material of knowledge which is really
    • knowledge which depend on an understanding of human nature in
    • known, has a quite exceptional influence on the will. With its
    • knowledge must not be more than the underlying basis.
    • following the shape with his hands, and on his knowing that he
    • Outlines of a Theory of Knowledge Belonging to the Goethean World-Conception.
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • conflict. But you also know that this meeting is expressed in
    • content of knowledge and perception. But we shall only learn to
    • know, is especially frequent in Oriental languages, but it also
    • revolution. You know that the point at which the sun
    • for education from his knowledge of the relation of man to the
    • knowledge such as we have just applied in the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • deadening element into our pedagogy. But the child must know
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • is not remarkable that you find a very well-known teacher of a
    • still better-known personality wishing to emphasize this
    • the grownups can calculate. You do not know at all yet
    • knowledge of life, is like playing at things; it is meaningless
    • nature of man. The child must not only know that he has hands,
    • having hands.” But there is a difference if while knowing
    • grammar, into the knowledge of grammar? We pass with our pupil
    • simply this knowledge: by using a noun I dissociate myself from
    • participate — this knowledge alone will compel you to
    • is, then, extraordinarily important to know how
    • same logic to my argument: “I know something which waits,
    • kingdoms of nature. If he is conscious of this he knows that
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture V: Writing and Reading - Spelling
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    • point: “You know what a bath is” — and here I
    • us see; you know what grows outside in the fields or on the
    • civilizations known to-day. The languages of primitive races
    • accompanying sounds, in the consonants, than we know. They
    • with the knowledge of how writing evolved from Egyptians to
    • German State-Gravy” in the material sphere. As you know,
    • orthography run riot, but we can at least know the extreme ways
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • of the whole Waldorf School system. For, of course, you will know
    • know that in the sphere of educational theory, as well as other
    • know that this is not the way to true education — any
    • correct, I could have known it before, for I should like to
    • know what person with a normal human intelligence does not know
    • Movement. You know how much I have protested for years
    • willing. For the thinking knowledge or thinking perception we
    • unaware, but which you now know — during the period from
    • and whom you have known for some time. If you train yourself to
    • known him for some time, so that you can ask yourselves:
    • consider everything that you know of him you will find that the
    • system of Central Europe. You know that especially the teachers
    • need the knowledge of certain mysteries of life. The old
    • certain degree every teacher must know truths which he cannot
    • psychology, may know what various types of memory are to be
    • endowed with a little sound common sense must know that there
    • recall things once known, and again there are people who can
    • there don't even want to know anything about the greatest
    • you will sometimes have to acknowledge the connection of
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • here it is of great importance to know that the development to
    • history. You must know, in the meantime, that in man we have,
    • your nose, you taste with your mouth. Most of what you know
    • about the outside world you know through your head.” If
    • human being knows instinctively that his head is a lazy-bones,
    • feelings by which he will later know himself to be fully
    • really remained quite unknown, or at least unfruitful in the
    • education what you know to be the contents of these letters.
    • known, but when Schröer began to question them on
    • possibilities?” But we must first know them, if all the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • up with the real knowledge of the child's development at this
    • been considered sufficient to know a few paltry anecdotes about
    • that very much depends on the teacher's sound knowledge, on his
    • our thoughts they are out of place. Because the knowledge and
    • infected with the thought: “Of course I know a great deal
    • childhood in every personal experience, in every new knowledge
    • so-called Morse-telegraphy to some extent. You know the process
    • by which a telegram is sent from one place to another. You know
    • pressure on the keyboard. You know that the actual Morse
    • iron lever attracted by an electro-magnet. Then you know that
    • relay. You know that this, with the help of a wire, sets up
    • the physicists again confess that no one knows anything about
    • know what gravitation is! So we must tell the child what
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IX: On the Teaching of Languages
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    • syntax he knows. But please steer clear, in teaching a foreign
    • actually know in advance that the child will forget, and he
    • in their knowledge. We shall then have to start by filling
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
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    • able, with our knowledge of these three stages in the
    • For we must know what makes the teaching of a foreign language
    • know, of course, that experiments are now being carried on in
    • arranged. Then the audience, which knows nothing of this
    • foreign languages. We have, in fact, always to know how to
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • out from the child's own knowledge of the face of the earth and
    • as far as the child is able to understand our knowledge
    • — you have summarized for the whole earth the knowledge
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    • intimacy with the processes taking place there. They know
    • craving to know, an insatiable curiosity about everything that
    • craving for knowledge into further knowledge. We ought,
    • The individual, that is, would not only retain the knowledge of
    • their province, they once acquired a certain knowledge, however
    • to a knowledge of the rules of at least the simplest forms of
    • him to apply his grammar knowledge, his language knowledge, to
    • apply this knowledge in later life, but there should not be one
    • you know, with regard to religious instruction, which will have
    • about. Above all, people must know that the human being is a
    • of enormous importance for life. I should like to know who has
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIII: On Drawing up the Time-table
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    • Waldorf School if we know in what relation the ideal time-table
    • “l” is, and the child would not know that one is a
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIV: Moral Educative Principles and their Transition to Practice
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    • albumen. The child knows these. But remind him that the human
    • proceeds from a rationalized knowledge of how to take personal
    • enthuses too freely on object lessons does not know that there
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    • know that the epochs of human evolution as they succeed each other
    • things may not be openly acknowledged, they are nevertheless
    • threefold system of physical man. You know that amongst the members of
    • will work very differently upon his pupils from a teacher who knows
    • begin to know the cosmic significance of the breathing process and of
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    • knowledge of the world. Of course it has been widely recognised that
    • and you know that Herbartian pedagogy, for instance, which has
    • old knowledge of the fourth Post-Atlantean period, have become more or
    • non sum. That is to say, as far as my knowledge reaches I do
    • For true knowledge this activity is a proof, because it is an image,
    • to know that in it we have a reflection of the activity which was
    • could not advance to the knowledge that will is a seed of the
    • goes in the other direction, changes our soul life into what we know
    • prevalent is because so much is unknown. Although physiology believes
    • in full consciousness for higher knowledge in the cosmos.
    • outer layer so that the nerves which are connected with knowing may be
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    • essential that the teacher should know if his teaching is to be
    • knowledge: the insight that man is divided into body, soul and spirit.
    • science. You know that the good people of Heilbronn have erected a
    • asylum during his life: Julius Robert Mayer. And you know that
    • becomes impossible to arrive at a knowledge of the true being of man.
    • possibility of a true understanding and knowledge.
    • to a certain comprehension of spiritual life. Without a knowledge of
    • confront nature in our thought life which as you know is of an image
    • philosophy exhibit a trace of this knowledge that the will is active
    • Peasant women in the country know much better than town women that
    • is added to the bread; they know that the bread could not rise unless
    • In the knowledge of ancient times men always felt a relationship
    • imagination. There is much that is hidden and unknown behind the
    • which as a rule you know nothing; like this, for example: you go a
    • subconscious knowledge which man has. This is due to the fact that our
    • bone system has an essential knowledge; but your consciousness
    • ourselves with this knowledge once again in a feeling way. It is
    • recurs a thought through which I wanted to place knowledge on a
    • destructive element of cognition. I wished to rescue knowledge out of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • until the nature of the will is really known that it is possible to
    • Now you will know from what I have already developed that nothing that
    • We know that when we observe man in his totality, we consider him as
    • into the spiritual. You know that the whole oriental consciousness, in
    • who speak of the Spirit-Self more realistically from a naive knowledge
    • this very clearly because they know that after death man perceives
    • just mentioned. If we are speaking of his body, we speak, as you know,
    • Now you know that the physical body as we have it belongs also to the
    • can apprehend. We must know that just as the soul of man is clothed
    • or less. Psychologists of to-day are puzzled to know whether to keep the
    • say: “If I know the man's motives, then I know the man.” But
    • knowledge as this. Above all do not fail to appreciate this second man
    • his house, and it is known that, immediately after the party is over,
    • general of a “second man.” But we are able to know that
    • develop ordinary consciousness you know nothing at all of what
    • know what goes on in the depths. And now as to resolution, who knows
    • We must take great care that there are men who know that progress in
    • of the human being in the sphere of education. Hence it must be known
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    • embodied in the human organ. Today we will use this knowledge of man's
    • blood. If you think this over you will also want to know what can be
    • You all know the figure of Beckmesser in Richard Wagner's
    • Wagnerian art appeared, or became at all well known, it found an
    • error. For if you take only those senses which are known to the
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    • knowing in images: Dreaming — inspired feeling: Sleeping
    • for we know, from what spiritual science has told us, that the
    • between willing, feeling and thinking-knowing. If I may speak
    • concepts): when you have knowledge through thought you must feel that
    • That is not the case in willing. You know that when you perform the
    • fully conscious in your mental picture of the walking. You know
    • involved when you will to walk. You would have to know exactly how
    • to you. You know quite well that all this happens unconsciously in
    • carefully, please, how much fully conscious knowing activity there is
    • right in the midst of it with your knowledge. Distinguish, please,
    • you know nothing although you had to do it with all your will: why
    • and if men believe that they “know” why the two pillars
    • at bottom, only hypotheses on the part of external knowledge. We count
    • in the activity of our knowing-thinking. If therefore you want to say
    • far as he thinks of or knows something.
    • What then is the position with regard to the will? You all know the
    • like, the condition of unconsciousness — you know that what we
    • being completely unless we know that sleep plays into his waking life,
    • between waking and sleeping. You know the feelings in your soul just
    • as you know your dreams, only that you remember your dreams and have a
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    • method at the outset. When we place ourselves into a knowing
    • study of the soul includes this knowledge.
    • psychologies there are in the world to-day, and I do not know how many
    • ordinary life. All we know about sleeping in ordinary life is that
    • And thus we can only get a true conception of sensation if we know
    • should know nothing about the world nor about ourselves; in fact we
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    • Thought, Hearing, Speech to knowing. Interrelation of senses. Colour
    • constant endeavour in our pedagogy to connect the unknown with the
    • known, even in the formation of spiritual ideas.
    • forgetting is not in a right relation to remembering. We know how in
    • our control, if we know that in remembering and forgetting, conditions
    • should learn to know nothing whatever. If we never differentiated, the
    • should never come to a real knowledge: for then we should only
    • understand the different parts, and knowledge would elude us.
    • Thus everything in man is partly of a knowing nature, partly of a
    • feeling nature and partly of a willing nature. The knowing is
    • principally knowing, but also of a feeling and willing nature; the
    • feeling is principally feeling, but also of a knowing and willing
    • essentially a process of knowledge, at least a process which is
    • similar to knowledge, whereas the experience of a man's own ego is a
    • sense and say that it is principally a sense of knowledge. But if you
    • man, you hear his voice, and moreover you know that you look human
    • apprehension accomplished in sleep, to the region of knowledge, i.e.,
    • perception of another ego. What lies between them is indeed knowledge
    • of knowledge, but I must know that this process of knowledge is only a
    • as such. We do not experience in conscious life all the knowledge
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    • If you yourselves have a well developed knowledge of the growing
    • will-knowledge in the different departments of your work. But this
    • knowledge must be truly real, which means it must rest upon a true
    • knowledge of the human being we have sought to place him before our
    • know that, primarily, our life spiritually takes its course in waking,
    • Now, as you know, the period of life which concerns us in teaching and
    • as we know, is further divided into three periods. Up to the change of
    • child who wants to take on authority what he has to know, to feel and
    • to think logically. But what you yourselves, as teachers, have to know
    • “animals.” This knowledge acquired in ordinary life you
    • connect this with what you have brought with you out of your knowledge
    • thinking-knowing is in continual flux. You make all three judgments
    • knowing process, that is, in the living spirit of man. What is their
    • build on the knowledge that the children have already acquired, for
    • to draw ready-made conclusions out of their sum of knowledge. If these
    • know about this animal, how they have come to make use of its work,
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    • We shall have to supplement the knowledge thus gained by uniting the
    • important for a knowledge of man's nature to realise that a large part
    • You know that Goethe was the first to turn his attention to the
    • ancients if you know that their work was an expression of their
    • You will know from what I have said to you that the limbs are more
    • sounds it is impossible to know. This is what you find in books on
    • and physiology do not know that a man's external movements are brought
    • Well, a man cannot altogether know what a stocking or a glove is like
    • unless he turns it inside out, for otherwise he never knows the part
    • which touches his skin. He only knows the part turned outwards.
    • Similarly, as the result of present culture man only knows what is
    • humanity to know anything about the large sphere. At that time they
    • breast. The Catholic Church concealed the knowledge of man's
    • from him the knowledge of the true nature of his limbs; and in so
    • doing it handed on to succeeding generations an incomplete knowledge
    • of the breast and a complete knowledge only of the head, of the skull.
    • is the duty of the present-day teacher of youth to know these things.
    • And he should know the true grounds of the things which have happened
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    • you will readily be able to fit into it all that you need to know of
    • creatures in their babyhood very well know. Everything is awake, but
    • and writing as we know them are conventions of our civilisation. They
    • teach rightly unless you know that, while you are teaching and
    • do not know by what means you can work through the soul to retard or
    • knows if some child or other has not grown as much as he should during
    • to know his pupils. He gets to know those who are typically children
    • and remember things. The teacher must get to know all this. And he
    • But he must come to know whether a child threatens to grow too quickly
    • enough to acknowledge the connection between body and soul in
    • And we can only come to know these mutual relations if we adjust
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    • know that he takes in oxygen, and through his life processes he
    • important to know how it comes about that, at a particular moment of a
    • The human body is only to be explained when we know the processes that
    • take place in it: when we know that the human being must dissolve
    • And all that a teacher ought to know about the evolution of the body
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    • We must know such things, my dear friends, if we are to think with
    • other scientific knowledge.
    • know, but to people whose words we have to follow with our thoughts
    • because they are telling us what we do not yet know — we get
    • tired and sleep-sodden. It is well known that people who go to a
    • test at all? I have always had him before me and I know quite well
    • what he knows and does not know. Of course under present-day
    • know that Eurythmy, external activity permeated with purpose, is a
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    • we know that the words man forms actually express a tendency to become
    • rightful expression after puberty. This must be known.
    • And you know what a camera obscura is, where external objects are
    • but it is essential to know what the ideal is.
    • and make them part of yourself, You must know, for example, that the
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    • relatively elementary things to a real knowledge of man from
    • kinds of knowledge acquisition, especially to those which
    • conditions of an event and then, with the knowledge of these
    • You all know the saying by Kant: In every individual science
    • there is only so much real knowledge as there is
    • knowledge than when such facts are simply described in their
    • treating knowledge mathematically, has been characteristic of
    • natural world. A clear knowledge of the feeling of certainty
    • acknowledge the necessity that a spiritual science must come
    • only so much real knowledge as there is mathematics? How
    • introduce mathematics into actual knowledge.
    • newer science prefers the experiment, where one knows the
    • obtain knowledge by the use of experiment? In these areas we
    • acknowledged as being partially justified. If one has become
    • of the soul life. But to explain such facts one must know how
    • just here that one can know that a human being who develops
    • actually know things mathematically when one applies
    • knowledge. We might ask what happens when we simply observe
    • everyday facts; and the more one advances in this knowledge,
    • in this special kind of knowledge, the more one inclines to
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    • knowledge of the world around us to mathematical knowledge,
    • and that this is the beginning of a path of knowledge. This
    • You will know
    • precisely, not in dilettante fashion. One must know these
    • we know anything of the will? Basically, in our everyday
    • consciousness we know nothing of the real nature of the will.
    • this is unknown to Theodor Ziehen. In his view, feelings are
    • we are able to look at externally. We do not know what has
    • knowing the reality of the three dimensions cannot be
    • in our ordinary way of knowing but only with
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge. It is through the activation
    • knowledge, we only have the possibility of expressing the two
    • dimension that we are able to know anything at all in our
    • did not know that what is brought into consciousness in the
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    • knowledge about the clockmaker and other such things.
    • spiritual science leads to a different kind of knowledge
    • level of this super-sensible knowledge I have named the
    • this imaginative level of knowledge is reached through
    • when we confront the world on this level of knowing. There
    • knowledge if we did not assume an immediate relationship to
    • why we really know that when we work in mathematics we are in
    • a realm where certainties of knowledge hold sway. Someone may
    • who strives toward what I call imaginative knowledge. When we
    • knowledge desires to gain something more in his soul life
    • level of knowledge shall take place in a condition of soul
    • toward imaginative knowledge as a striving toward
    • the unknowable, as some sort of vibrations of a medium that
    • Well, some sort of unknown outer world exerts an impression
    • so that one knows that with the faculty of imagination a
    • happens in the outer world. I know that it is quite possible
    • in the mineral, mechanical world. But I also know that this
    • belongs to the organism and can be known through imaginative
    • that we possess an etheric organism, known only through
    • striving for the truth one acknowledges the illusionary
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    • know what takes place in those "gulfs" — as I called them
    • an imaginative faculty and of knowledge of the real nature of
    • botanists, our practical knowledge of the plant world will
    • world of the earth. This we know by the most simple thought.
    • We know we do not have a whole, we have only part of the
    • hidden from view except for a single arm and hand. We know
    • relation to human knowledge, its position in nature as a
    • for just a kind of formal knowledge, but who aspires to an
    • knowledge. I would like to speak of these inner experiences
    • of knowledge in purely empirical terms.
    • self-knowledge, a knowledge of how the power of understanding
    • power we have come to know in imagination.
    • remain spiritually opaque. For what does the human being know
    • Something that cannot be mastered by ordinary knowledge,
    • modesty through knowledge of the human being. For what I have
    • a long period of time. For one, the knowledge comes quickly;
    • to reach beyond mere self-knowledge regarding the nerve-sense
    • system, we must attain a higher level of knowledge. (The word
    • attainment of imaginative knowledge is based on meditation
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment),
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    • higher form of knowledge — namely, inspired cognition.
    • fact a characteristic experience in the field of knowledge,
    • know present-day science well enough to acknowledge it in all
    • significant implication as regards human knowledge.
    • know, we don't calculate, we really only deal with the
    • an acknowledgment of the imaginative element. Also, this
    • transforming mathematical knowledge and advancing to
    • imaginative knowledge. Only then does the specific nerve or
    • yesterday, we approach a path of knowledge which was followed
    • comes to know not only one's material connection with the
    • cosmic surroundings; one also comes to know one's
    • pantheistically-tinged way of knowing, in which the separate
    • precisely what he experiences he doesn't know, but as soon as
    • knowledge led them down into the life of feeling. Cognition
    • experiencing knowledge that the human being of old came to
    • he had reached this state of knowledge, he said to himself:
    • entities he had first experienced through ordinary knowledge.
    • mankind's development. Deep knowledge, as I have described,
    • activity in the outer world. In ancient times, knowledge
    • originally experienced inwardly as knowledge into what was
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    • the capacities for supersensory knowledge and I have named
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment,
    • Imagination with regard to knowledge of the world is attained
    • memory pictures, but of such a kind that we know their
    • objective, yet we know that this objective something is not
    • knowledge and not mystical intoxication, one must strive
    • one gains a knowledge, an inner vision of the lungs,
    • know of the human liver, the human kidneys, not to speak of
    • to know the connections between the human organism and the
    • be taken in too broad a sense, since, as we know, nerve
    • through developing imagination we gain knowledge not only of
    • will consider what this inwardly experienced knowledge adds
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    • of various ways of knowing that through inner soul work can
    • follow as further steps from our everyday kind of knowing and
    • consciousness, a knowledge of the human being can arise in
    • conjunction with a knowledge of the surrounding world. When
    • intuition refers to a kind of knowing that is not sharply
    • dimly experienced knowledge is not what the spiritual
    • real intuition. Real intuition is a kind of knowing, a
    • he is sure to know a thing or two about the inner
    • a sort of self-deception, taking what he knows of external
    • aspects — an inner vision of the lung, and what we know
    • come to know ourselves through intuition, as long as we
    • remain within the experience of self-knowledge we are
    • imagination, when we apply it to knowledge of the self we
    • system really is. This is a difficult process of knowledge.
    • knowledge you are learning to know yourself in connection
    • along this path of knowledge (keeping always to what is
    • we come to self-knowledge through intuition, it proves
    • realm of self-knowledge) a certain relation to the vertical
    • knowledge that has been achieved, in the same way that
    • inwardly achieved knowledge.
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    • scientific knowledge. However, considering present-day
    • don't know us, or — in some cases — from a
    • from our knowledge of the world. In our discussions we have
    • knowledge of the human being and the world. In the seminars
    • aim of our striving is to come to know this spiritual
    • the validity of such knowledge of the spirit and its right to
    • proceed thus in all realms! If it does, we know that our
    • speak from the fullness of my heart, and I know I am also
    • knowledge we believe there is another need. Something must be
    • knowledge, which we want to apply in a spiritual-scientific
    • knowledge of Goethe I have every reason to believe that in
    • out to spiritual knowledge, windows through which we have
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    • And you know, my dear children, I
    • And do you know
    • You know, you can
    • behind in your souls. (Later on you will know what the soul is.)
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    • we hear the little birds singing. But we know that something else is
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    • You know, my dear children, that I
    • [“Yes!” shout the children.] And you know, you always
    • We're glad that we can be lazy.” You know that is not what we
    • that humankind has learned so that individuals can know it — we
    • You know, when I came today, one of
    • have gotten to know each other and also, I hope, learned to love each
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    • Stuttgart members therefore know from experience what it means to
    • imprint; knowledge is only the form in which man reflects the
    • the spirit make itself known to men.
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment,
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    • present the facts, to make the truth known. In the age of the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment
    • then arrives at the third form of the judgment, one knows that the
    • was conferred on man? Well, you know that when man passes through the
    • anthroposophical path, to start with knowledge, then to lift
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    • possibility of knowing the cosmos as spirit.
    • who lies asleep. Now I am waking up.” It is like knowing at the
    • merely to knowledge that must be accepted on someone else's authority
    • thinking in a way one could not have done without coming to know it
    • suffusing it with one's own soul life and getting to know this corpse
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment,
    • one comes out on the opposite side of the world. One gets to know the
    • earth laws. This brings one knowledge of an especially significant
    • heard and knows as part of reality. The vital thing in discussing
    • pursuit of my own path of knowledge, was something they too would
    • honestly researched knowledge, and then to go ahead and present it.
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment,
    • wanted to know the artistic aspects of anthroposophy as well as the
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    • self-knowledge and thus prove a good preparation for the delegates'
    • of knowledge, the ethical practice, the inner religious life that
    • with the acceptance of just any haphazard type of knowledge.
    • The kind of knowledge
    • that the modern way of knowledge has produced objective physics,
    • way of knowledge in keeping not with the world he wants to leave
    • knowledge that corresponds to his in-turned will, that takes him ever
    • were not to change the direction of his knowledge. He would have to
    • but I feel quite at home with the knowledge they produced.” The
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • first. It consists in a compulsion to seek super-sensible knowledge.
    • That the Anthroposophical Society builds its content on knowledge
    • between his continuing outer life and the ideal life and knowledge
    • one's will; secondly, in experiencing super-sensible knowledge;
    • the experiencing of knowledge, and one's participation in the time's
    • knowledge, to the participation in the time's destiny that I have
    • I know how
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
    • knowledge, then, is one characteristic of the human race. But that
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    • perspective gained on the anthroposophical path of knowledge, and it
    • little bit of self-knowledge, we would be able to form an adequate
    • they thus share may be quite brief. As everyone knows from such
    • unless anthroposophy were called upon, no one would know any longer
    • know what it means to love it. But it is better to have two devoted
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    • my starting point something well-known to everybody familiar with the
    • well-known to anyone acquainted with the history of such socities.
    • people familiar with the history of such societies know is that these
    • while they are sleeping. We know that these people are isolated from
    • are experiencing. We know further that a person can go from this
    • as you know from my book,
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • living in the element that those who know the spiritual world
    • is saying. We all know this from our own personal experience. It has
    • person with experience in that realm knows that the most opposite
    • for experiencing what was formerly merely theoretical knowledge of
    • anthroposophist it is not enough to know anthroposophy from the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • intensively with seeking knowledge of those higher worlds, this
    • the habit of ignoring his opponents. He knows that he has to have
    • doesn't know why, but he has to be an opponent because he is
    • of the opposition know full well what they are about. For there are
    • anthroposophy may differ. They know that their best means of keeping
    • objections. They know very well that he cannot give his attention to
    • know what they are doing are not so much concerned with the contents
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • lies at the back, what is unknown, what cannot be reached by our senses — all
    • does everything psycho-spiritual withdraw itself from the reach of knowledge.
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • Theories of Knowledge according to Goethe's Outlook,
    • answered we will consider the realm of knowledge in detail. What happens
    • in a man when he gains knowledge of anything? To this question belongs the
    • fateful one: Are.the concepts arrived at through the process of knowing
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • lend to true spiritual knowledge. Just as facts in natural science are
    • Most particularly we learn thus to know the imponderable nature of the
    • otherwise we do not stand on firm ground in our knowledge, but experience
    • correct knowledge. To begin with he could still live in isolation,
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • knowledge, and so he could not have the right relation to his epoch.
    • due regard to this nature knowledge, and, when anything is spoken from
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • in everyday life and in science as we know it — to other forms of
    • able to consider these issues without prejudice will know that in the
    • of our own egoity, and he will know that visionary, hallucinatory activity
    • that is most eminently necessary for the achievement of knowledge not
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • gain knowledge of things not perceptible to the senses. They want to
    • knowledge would wish to close his eyes to the fact that such megalomania
    • made between the process of seeking knowledge of things beyond sensory
    • perception and that of seeking ordinary knowledge, the latter today
    • considered the only objective knowledge. The ordinary search for knowledge
    • for ordinary knowledge is very much secondary to the actual process
    • knowledge. We can have those in our normal experience of making discoveries,
    • always to remember that the search for such forms of knowledge and the
    • reasoning that has come to be acknowledged as the right way for us since
    • evolution knowledge was not handled in the same general fashion, one
    • who had gained insight and knowledge formed special groups, relatively
    • the body of knowledge taught in the old schools of wisdom, just as today
    • the body of knowledge is in books, but in those days the teaching aids
    • modern expert in the theory of knowledge would do so. It was beheld
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • From Imaginative Knowledge to
    • Inspirational Knowledge
    • this idea. Yet, as I have just indicated, the point is not that we know
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • towards knowledge of the non-physical world — supersensible knowledge.
    • consciousness, the acquisition of knowledge is gone through with a certain
    • inner indifference. We know that life normally lifts us up in delight
    • of feeling and emotion. We also know that the processes involved in
    • as the freedom we know when we put ideas together or separate them in
    • spirit and with the lucidity we know in mathematics, not with a dreamy,
    • knows that everything he experiences in Imagination is an image — an
    • image of reality, but still an image — and it is this knowledge
    • the imaginative life. Then we shall come to know what it means to live
    • energy and has been cleared of its contents. We shall then come to know
    • we must come to know, and then we progress from Imagination to knowledge
    • through Inspiration. We shall then also know that we are touched by
    • it. In the same way we come to know a process in soul and spirit that
    • active in yoga made use of the breathing process, as you probably know,
    • to use exercises of the kind that I have described in my book Knowledge
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • scientific knowledge. Genuine science, genuine study of nature, aims
    • of gaining knowledge we habitually use for natural phenomena that are
    • and say to ourselves: No scientific knowledge can in any way affirm
    • of faith; he must come to acknowledge this realm out of the subjective
    • to know from the things one is supposed to believe. Perhaps such a separation
    • between scientific knowledge and faith, yet as soon as one assumes such
    • on this path of knowledge to reach a further stage. We achieve this
    • when genuine Intuition arises in the soul on its path to higher knowledge.
    • of cognition. We come to know how we are organized as human beings in
    • terms of matter. We know how far our physical organization extends.
    • I know all the objections
    • they do not know that it applies in the sphere of what we can survey
    • We then come to know the
    • process of decay. This is a process we have come to know well in the
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • as we know it today. In reality, however, the lungs, stomach, heart,
    • truly professes Christianity? Or is it the person who knows that however
    • been shown to be the quality of knowledge in different epochs. Our age
    • science, about which he knows nothing. He has tried to analyze it on
    • The Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe's World Conception.
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    • knowledge needed for the great task of our time. When we say
    • ancient knowledge in various forms which was passed
    • nuances, this most varied knowledge of this faith was brought
    • out of what is taught as so-called serious, exact knowledge,
    • knowledge if they have not themselves worked within the subject
    • of the knowledge in question, and therefore this knowledge is
    • these declarations mostly instruct people to keep knowledge and
    • exact knowledge. However, one is inclined not to research these
    • knowledge propagated through tradition which today is offered
    • knowledge fitted within such a dogma. This dogma then spread
    • within itself strives to experience and to know. What works so
    • today through physical science. Here knowledge is being formed
    • relevant world which cannot today be found in this knowledge.
    • former life in such a way as to relate to a definite knowledge
    • of innate knowledge of world secrets could result. Today souls
    • with still some old empowered knowledge which enlivened the
    • knowledge stemming only from the perishable offers a soul
    • scientific knowledge, and that the soul must experience a
    • spiritualization of our natural knowledge!
    • facts, are spurred on by minds we all well know about, in order
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    • Sheet from 1934. It is also known as, Life after Death.
    • Without overestimating thought, we still have to acknowledge,
    • From my earlier lectures you know that our
    • already know in some of their aspects. If we examine very
    • of numbers. The other was a mathematics student. Now, we know
    • Now, I know that many will wish this kind
    • First, we have to acknowledge that in the
    • knowledge, and only then will we see how limited today's
    • knowledge of what we are as human beings.
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    • immediately led through the well-known events to
    • well know, it was quite impossible to express openly
    • Spirit. You know that in this Appeal the demand is made
    • not in the thoughts of one who derives his knowledge from
    • (anyone knows this who is acquainted with the forces in
    • events. You know, it is a question of dividing the social
    • picture. Those very persons who think they know something
    • about Goethe know nothing at all of the deepest impulses
    • the general working community do not know at all how to
    • spiritual life of mankind knows what unhealthiness has
    • elementary mathematics and technical knowledge you can
    • another field. You all know the place in the second part
    • who knows that it is a magnet, and that also it can be
    • essential that we know how to bring the spirit into
    • the ground of spiritual knowledge who always only talking
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 2: Esoteric Prelude to an Exoteric Consideration of the Social Question I
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    • fairly well known to you. First, that sphere of life
    • must use a paradox) physical-spiritual life. You know of
    • system, etc.. We know that is not true. We know that an
    • perceptive organ one must know that) — with that
    • has a spiritual eye for it and who acknowledges his life
    • his head. Now you know what I have often told you about
    • new birth. You know that we have to speak of quite other
    • comparison to it in the right way. You know it depends
    • whether one is led to knowledge of the supersense world,
    • or even to knowledge of the connections between the
    • ready learns to know the supersense life. Supersense life
    • religious documents mean (and you know how far religious
    • but no proof has ever held against inner logical knowing,
    • only when he knows that he makes here a new part of the
    • reaches the correct and helpful truth only if one knows
    • know that these are the laws of human metabolism; but one
    • not known that the physiology and anatomy of today have
    • Simple men at least know nothing about all those things
    • will object strenuously. His objections are well known.
    • intercourse with the dead. For you know intercourse with
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    • You all know from the description I have given of this
    • individual experience in my book Knowledge of the
    • he who crosses the threshold has to learn to know death
    • know from the description which I have given in
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds that in this
    • from the description in Knowledge of the Higher
    • actual supersense knowledge, fear before the highest kind
    • — and you know that one can speak of such a thing
    • spiritual science. You know our age is the fifth since
    • different kind of world conception and knowledge was
    • subjective thirst for knowledge. Spiritual Science is
    • satisfying of his desire, for knowledge. Spiritual
    • nevertheless, so far as knowing is concerned, is
    • their point of view, dream knowledge, they are right,
    • because they deny a supersense knowledge. The third
    • knowledge by busying himself with natural laws,
    • think we know something through science we are not merely
    • scientific knowledge has made great, by which we have
    • — that person knows the soul condition he gets into
    • knowledge one can come to nothing else than a kind of
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    • education. We must above all things gain a knowledge of
    • and our perverted educational life; this knowledge must
    • that it knows it can only find phrase —
    • and the deed that it knows is only thoughtless
    • the fundamental knowledge for it as it is given in my
    • to men as real natural-scientific knowledge? But men are
    • become a phrase because one acknowledges no reality
    • hitting, grasping, without myself knowing anything about
    • intellectual knowledge of our time, and it is truly
    • does not know that the man's bringing his muscles into
    • one must understand if one wants to know the social
    • or whether someone says it who knows that through the
    • knowledge of reality and a smug use of phrases. With the
    • this appeal. For he knows quite well that his
    • upon actual knowledge of life, even of single details
    • has known how to bring the altar around gradually to a
    • hand he knows that he does not have to protect his
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    • a complete knowledge of this part of human life, a real
    • spent on earth. We know, of course, that the soul requires a
    • incarnation to incarnation. But as we know, there is not merely
    • meant by a “lack of conscience” until we know this
    • Sun. Again circumstances are different from those known
    • acknowledge his own religion. That is what he then calls the
    • a decisive period. That fact was known within the
    • external life, who led in Assisi that life which is known to
    • than the Buddha, who we know was incarnated for the last
    • in the spiritual body. We know that as a spiritual being he was
    • according to the application of occult knowledge, then
    • understandable by themselves. What one does not know is
    • Only one certain group of people know — or today we may
    • call understanding, knowledge, in the usual every-day
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    • known to the seer after death (it was a soul embodied in its
    • learned, I know that this soul must be on earth as she was
    • “Here on earth we cannot know anything about immortality,
    • common knowledge, is going to be of great significance.
    • knowledge can tell us, indicate to us, the effect of the
    • of their souls. Of these perceptions the souls know nothing;
    • age, if through lack of spiritual knowledge forces did not
    • sacred feeling that comes to us because we know that Spiritual
    • knowledge, that which he would like so much to be — a
    • stand firm on the ground of spiritual knowledge. For in our
    • criticize often do not know at all what they are talking about.
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    • This lecture is also known as,
    • knowledge, we have to say that man's search for knowledge has to be
    • to those means of attaining knowledge which are in common acceptance
    • as you know very well, in Anthroposophy we take this as our
    • acquiring knowledge as are recognised today, the depths of man's
    • means of attaining knowledge, it is impossible to raise any objection
    • for example, from the point of view of ordinary knowledge, that all
    • means of knowledge at his disposal, be expected to speak in any other
    • Anthroposophical knowledge, however, just because it accepts in all
    • ordinary means of knowledge, must, on the other hand, endeavour to
    • find other means of knowing the world. And, as you are aware, such
    • Imaginative, Inspired, Intuitive Knowledge. By means of these special
    • ways of knowing — ways of knowing that by dint of strenuous
    • realm where with the ordinary means of knowledge clarity can never be
    • now, on the basis of these three stages of higher knowledge, I should
    • seen by Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge. For ordinary
    • knowledge, tell what his soul does during the time between going to
    • at all in sleep. But now, with the advent of Imaginative Knowledge,
    • sleep. And in Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge one can penetrate
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    • know. The purpose of these auxiliary thoughts is to open the way to
    • it actually looked like, but I know it delighted me! If this happened
    • inner impressions which he knows were most definitely not received in
    • one know that the impression is actually a recollection? There it can
    • when we remember something and are in a sound state of mind. We know
    • Anthroposophy can be a guide, not only towards knowledge of the
    • knowledge of karma and reincarnation. But even if what will now be
    • on the principles and knowledge of Spiritual Science can lead us to
    • thinking can confirm the facts and find them reasonable. We know how
    • flash. The highest, most important facts of knowledge regarding life,
    • tiresome to think that all this must be a matter of knowledge slowly
    • I am sure it must be reassuring to know that the communications made
    • give us knowledge of life but directives as to how to conceive of
    • We, however, must realise that by gaining closer knowledge of life we
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    • he knows nothing beyond the fact that he is obliged to fit into this
    • do to think: Now, reinforced with the knowledge of reincarnation and
    • considered it deeply symptomatic that this knowledge of the
    • knowledge can take the place of faith? Such utterances are
    • knowledge.
    • tirades on the subject of faith and knowledge take into consideration
    • knowledge. The scholarship, the element of intelligence in their
    • knowledge only, we find — and this is a very enigmatic fact
    • foundation of knowledge gained in earlier incarnations; whereas
    • knowledge founded on materialism is the outcome of obtuseness to
    • insisting that knowledge alone is valid, that faith has no sure
    • next incarnation, incapable of acquiring knowledge. To contrast
    • knowledge with faith is the outcome of worldly, jejune logic. For
    • and knowledge has about as much sense as there would be in a
    • clear that faith and knowledge are related to each other as the two
    • inner assurance that we know what we have to do in life—in this
    • more strongly into external culture. We know that the whole of our
    • karma the knowledge will be born in the soul of what it must do in
    • knowledge, between love and self-reliance.
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    • Science is such that the truths and data of knowledge contained in it
    • knowledge brought before you in the course of the years. For, after
    • conception of the world is that, complicated and detailed as the knowledge
    • our knowledge we become different human beings. In a certain respect,
    • with many a concept unknown in ordinary life if we are to gain insight
    • man penetrated into spiritual reality. And we know that what is nowadays
    • that in old, genuinely old myths, fairy-tales and legends, more knowledge,
    • ancient times, we-find men who were clairvoyant; we know too that this
    • And now a strange phenomenon comes to light, without knowledge of which
    • ancient clairvoyance, clairvoyant knowledge, clairvoyant perception.
    • Eabani comes to know a
    • he has knowledge of his eternal being; how comes it that he is conscious
    • knowledge possessed by these two is the root of the Babylonian-Chaldean
    • knowledge because we remain outside them; but anyone who wishes to obtain
    • knowledge in the occult sense must train himself to feel as if he were
    • the light that outshone all the wisdom, all the knowledge existing in
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    • which link our knowledge, our thinking, our willing, with the Beings
    • which emanated from the old clairvoyant knowledge and are expressed
    • according to the knowledge obtainable from purely external historical
    • to yourselves that she knows that super-sensible Powers are guiding her
    • We know that the Maid
    • wit's end, as the saying goes. We know too, how after every conceivable
    • eye could have distinguished him. It is also known that at that moment
    • of which it can be said that it was known only to him and to the super-sensible
    • worlds. You also know from ordinary history that it was she who, under
    • written by Anatole France. One would really like to know how materialistic
    • Stuttgart certainly know that there once lived here a man
    • You know from the book
    • — through what was known as an Oracle — and bore them out
    • Eabani he had also come to know for the first time the whole import
    • might come to know the condition of souls when they are able to look
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    • These things we know from the Lecture-Course on the apocalypse.
    • into the human soul without that activity of the ego which we know to-day
    • times; the mental pictures she had known in the physical world —
    • are made by those who acknowledge the reality of the spiritual world
    • I do not know whether
    • I do not know whether you realise that with the publication of this
    • the knowledge that brings together science and philosophy. — Thus
    • revelation. You know that it is a principle here to keep faith in a
    • checked. Where agreement between what is already known and something
    • knowledge that was inspired into humanity under the influence of higher
    • I have known only egoism; indeed, in the physical body I cannot be anything
    • as before something completely unknown. Fear of the unknown is present
    • horror known to man, the soul must first experience them to their very
    • depths. Then the pupil was armed for the ascent into the unknown purlieus
    • worlds.” — Read how Plato interprets human knowledge as
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • above all in the earliest times, lived a most remarkable people, known
    • which was intelligible through the whole of the then known earth, especially
    • is known, one realises that they are names in which the sounds Gould
    • When we know that
    • then, was bound to happen when human knowledge was to be led down from
    • to creep. We must learn to have respect for the profound knowledge of
    • which lay in drawing forth from what was known to mankind through vision
    • One of these pupils says: “If these things had been known in ancient
    • known! And the following passage seems to me particularly characteristic.
    • he was so deeply drawn. And then he came to know such treasures of ancient
    • crept into Julian's writings against the Christians, we know what greatness
    • of Mysteries already in decline he did not rightly know how to find
    • a knowledge as possible of this star-script, to record as accurately
    • sense I have just described. This man did indeed know something about
    • famous in Europe. To-day the world at large knows hardly anything more
    • silence. The world really knows nothing about him except that he was
    • around it. That is what the world in general knows to-day. The fact
    • that in presenting the system in detail, out of his own deep knowledge,
    • not reconcile himself to the kind of knowledge that became popular immediately
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    • of Zarathustra himself, were capable of knowing how this happened, of
    • seeing through to the reality. And they did indeed possess this knowledge.
    • the scope of modern physiology to know where the microcosmic counterparts
    • main cerebral nerves. And just as knowledge in a later age includes
    • what was already known in an earlier one, so could the Persians also
    • know that Spirits of a lower rank than the Archangels had been at work
    • it has been known that what comes to manifestation in the human being
    • Christ, and how all human knowledge is to be applied to the unveiling
    • of stars, and at the same time he had such deep inner knowledge of the
    • nature-knowledge, which begins to appear in 1250 and is exemplified
    • known to us as Rosicrucianism. Then the two streams flow on.
    • movement still connected with a certain knowledge of Nature, and how
    • he combined a most penetrating spiritual vision with knowledge of outer
    • Nature, especially where this knowledge is clothed in mathematical forms.
    • Then, as you know, he was born again — it was a case of a very
    • by that time towards the physical, for the depth of knowledge possessed
    • produce the plan of the outer, physical cosmos. The knowledge that had
    • particularly in what we know as the Rosicrucian revelation, which flowed
    • progress effected. You know, too, that in our century, but proceeding
    • hierarchical Beings are distributed. And it is important to know that
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • was enshrined in the little peninsula of Southern Europe we know as
    • it takes hold not only of knowledge, not only of art, but of the whole
    • rising up from unknown depths even during the decline of Babylonian
    • question begins to be an independent one. Men ask: How should knowledge
    • possibility of knowledge penetrating into any spiritual world is demolished.
    • in which the capacity for knowledge can be so extended and enhanced
    • instinct of knowledge. Just as the pre-Grecian age had sons of the
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    • special destiny; to bring to the West a knowledge of reincarnation and
    • various anthroposophical sources you know of the significance of the
    • constitution that is laid aside at death. We know from Anthroposophy
    • study man with anthroposophical insight we know that as well as the
    • You know
    • acumen, of knowledge based upon reason and observation. This kind of
    • knowledge was not possessed by early humanity. The Earth, and man
    • stage before such knowledge was possible. Without this development
    • knowledge. The primordial knowledge possessed by man was an
    • instinctive knowledge, expressed in a form altogether different
    • much higher and more powerful knowledge possessed by these etheric
    • of each other is mutual and they know that from now on they will have
    • our will. We get to know the person: what he is, what he
    • this way to know ourselves better, inasmuch as in our life of will
    • get to know someone, then we go away and are tempted to talk about
    • way we speak about the different people we know. On one occasion the
    • instance, refer to him as a fine fellow. You know quite well that
    • other people will immediately understand what we mean, if they know
    • the individual or get to know him later on.
    • with their knowledge of the lives of men on Earth. These are books in
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    • special destiny; to bring to the West a knowledge of reincarnation and
    • Earth may well imbue knowledge with a mood of reverence, and
    • two well-known members of the old Theosophical Society who had come
    • respect everything in the way of knowledge that has since been
    • earlier life. The others at the Court had at least some knowledge of
    • We know
    • Europe. We know too of the wars and conflicts that were waged. But
    • oriental Court in the eighth/ninth century. We know how intensely and
    • he appears again in Lord Bacon of Verulam, we think of the known
    • help to know how clever a man is or what scientific knowledge he has
    • ears of a few. — You know, perhaps, that the Palladium was
    • what can be known about the repeated lives of a certain personality.
    • things once you have knowledge of the true circumstances.
    • having knowledge of his own nature can utter the words: “Is not
    • mankind must be recognised and known.
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    • special destiny; to bring to the West a knowledge of reincarnation and
    • matters of which you already have some knowledge and then pass on to
    • sleeping. You know from Anthroposophy that during the waking state
    • bodies. We know from ordinary experience that when we are
    • known as the “Guardian of the Threshold” from becoming
    • his death know well that through the magical power of the great
    • Initiation-knowledge, of the degree that can be attained only
    • possible to acquire knowledge of life on the stars and the like? I
    • Imagine that you have no idea what you look like, you know only that
    • Cosmos, and men who have no desire for such knowledge, who limit
    • for knowledge of the Supersensible. And this will also lead him to
    • knowledge of a kind accessible to one with extremely poor physical
    • whole vision was clouded, lacking in clarity. His knowledge of life
    • Heine, of the very language, words and form, when we know: this is,
    • not know that man has within him the workings of the Mercury sphere,
    • had absorbed an outworn, decadent kind of knowledge. A peculiar,
    • knowledge leads us to the realms of the heavens. There quite
    • they actually beheld these figures in Imaginative knowledge.
    • kind of knowledge I have described, we begin to gaze upon the destiny
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    • acquire some knowledge of the paths-which lead to the higher worlds,
    • and will always do so — to acquire knowledge afterwards of this
    • being dealt with, even then let no one assert that he who knows these
    • time with an energetic cultivation of the ordinary means of knowledge
    • wanted to make progress in theosophical knowledge and at the same time
    • knowledge that have been given to us here on the physical plane; these
    • be said: “I really do not know why I am a member of this Society;
    • know a very learned theosophist who had an intense longing to get
    • been ready to give up his knowledge of theosophical truth in exchange;
    • possible: A man who knows a great deal about the theosophical truths
    • own thought and he can at once discriminate and know whether it is or
    • already penetrated with judgment and thought, and he knows exactly
    • disinclination to acquire an understanding knowledge for ourselves. It
    • straight-away and not to have grasped with thought the knowledge that
    • is imparted in the Movement known as the Theosophical. A thousand
    • times better it is indeed, to know Theosophy and to see nothing as
    • the brain. Scientific research knows little of this, but it is a fact
    • the brain. Present-day research knows nothing of this. Clear thinking
    • wonderful knowledge, but they are not of much use to the man of to-day
    • unless he is himself clairvoyant and knows how to place the knowledge
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    • having to describe so dryly what you must know in this regard
    • element as such. Today we usually think because we do not know
    • science knows nothing really and that, as a result of its
    • knowing nothing, it is driving the very life out of human
    • someone wanting to know how a watch comes into existence were
    • watch. Such a person insists on getting to know the parts but
    • never on knowing what the watchmaker does with them. In all
    • eternity he will never really know anything about the watch. He
    • of which the watch is made, but he knows nothing about the
    • human nutrition, a person limits himself to the knowledge that
    • the carbohydrates of others, and so forth. We begin to know
    • that is irrelevant. What we really need to know is how these
    • give us a true knowledge of man. The way we talk about nature
    • you are all aware that there is a well-known process in the
    • in Waldorf education is to bring life to knowledge and to feel
    • you know something in this way. It is a consciousness entirely
    • different from what you experience if you know something
    • in the modern, outer way, which really gives no knowledge at
    • living-together of nature, spirit, and soul. Yet I have known
    • professorial quality — the learned knowledge,
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    • have tried to show you that by permeating our knowledge with
    • In healing a sick person, one knows that something has actually
    • forces, however, that we must know in any substance if we wish
    • not know how that substance, when introduced into the body, is
    • therapy depends upon knowledge of these three forces in
    • connection with the substances used. Knowledge of the healing
    • recognize the healing effects. Unless we know how a particular
    • knowledge of man, a knowledge of man in relation to the world
    • know whether any account is taken of this in physiology
    • oxygen. We know that in the inner activity of nourishment or
    • totally blind were sent out to paint in color. Few know what is
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    • Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in
    • bring our knowledge of the human being to the point where we
    • really can know in detail what is going on in the human being
    • death. On the other hand, we have the task of knowing that this
    • this knowledge must be created a feeling of responsibility and
    • insight into human nature, nor does he know what a vital force
    • this knowledge of man and apply one aspect or another in
    • knowledge, a definite result will follow. One can distinguish
    • between those who have knowledge that is inwardly mobile or
    • inwardly immobile. One who simply knows how
    • very lively way. If one knows, however, that the carbon in
    • knowledge. Then, in all humility, you will realize the
    • vital knowledge than it is otherwise, but the knowledge must do
    • its work, the knowledge must live, and the faces of the
    • you should know these things but that they should work on your
    • must, however, have a knowledge of man that will imbue
    • life and spirit into what is otherwise dead knowledge, and, on
    • knowledge of man. It is sometimes a very bitter
    • knowledge acquired through modern science is dead
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    • esoteric knows that his ego and astral body leave the physical and
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    • “about” is the effect of the a, for he knows that this
    • learn things today that wise Pythagoreans didn't know yet, and these
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    • that we don't know, and yet it's our own self that reveals itself in
    • good for us that this is so, since we get to know ourselves in our
    • thoughts; it must bring us to self-knowledge — that we've
    • make rapid progress in our knowledge of higher worlds, we would then
    • exercised thorough self-knowledge, but are still looking for excuses,
    • develop ourselves for spiritual knowledge, so that these organs
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    • We know that
    • for us, but a world that's more real than the one we've known
    • knows that he's only allowed to get to the point where it remains
    • means are indicated in How Does One Attain Knowledge Of
    • Well thought, truly known things
    • What was thought, what was known
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    • degree that spiritual scientific knowledge enhances and strengthens
    • know that this contrast in the human race has existed since the time
    • of ancient Lemuria; we know, too, that it will last for a certain
    • memory and in his heart: many things are true, but merely to know
    • a truth but to know the importance of it in the explanation of
    • A certain familiar truth, known to everyone, becomes
    • sense we may say that this whole cosmic adjustment that we know today
    • We know from before that the moon is a piece of the earth that had to
    • when one knows that each of them has reached a quite different stage
    • every man. We also know that the etheric body of man is female and
    • If we wish, however, to know how it was that these people of the
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    • physical, sensible world, the point that we call knowledge of
    • self-consciousness. Do not suppose, however, that this knowledge of
    • alone. As we know, this Godhead revealed itself in the age of Moses
    • manifests itself as a multiplicity of beings. You know, of course,
    • shape to the Christian mystery conception, to all that we know as the
    • human beings have learned to know that the I is a firm central point
    • stand before their souls, from which they will know, “This has
    • some connection with my action.” People will know on the basis
    • gradually to know human beings who will have what the exalted secrets
    • Spiritual science exists in order that human beings shall know what
    • thinking that knowledge of the spirit must come into the world so as
    • Sinai. Now, the Taulers and the Eckharts know clearly that, when
    • did Paul know? Paul knew, through his ancient Hebraic esoteric
    • know about Christianity through the documents, they destroy
    • Those will pass it who know that human faculties go through a further
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    • knowledge of self-consciousness developed all the more
    • strongly within him. But do not imagine that even now this knowledge
    • this Deity was revealed, as we know, in the burning bush, as the God of the
    • of Beings. You know that when we rise into the spiritual worlds
    • men have acquired ego-consciousness, after they have come to know the ego
    • dream-picture which he will know to be connected in some way with
    • we shall find more and more human beings who possess knowledge of the
    • men may know what it is they are seeing. Anyone who is true to his
    • age cannot but be mindful of the fact that spirit-knowledge
    • them the power known to Moses as Jahve, that power was the Christ, no
    • knowledge of the Hebraic secret doctrines. From these teachings
    • knowledge they have gleaned about Christianity from documentary
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge, that the faculties are acquired which
    • deaf ears to this knowledge must wait until a later incarnation to
    • equal to it who know that human faculties develop to higher stages,
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    • into the unknown empty. Then states arise where for instance we
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    • feelings and to especially focus on self-knowledge. Most
    • have correct self-knowledge and see our own badness, an ice-cold
    • self-knowledge.
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    • at the portal of death; I got to know the four elements; I saw the
    • what does “I got to know the four elements” mean? The
    • little with our respective personality that even if we get to know
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    • it realizes. This Chinaman knows exactly that his people watches over
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    • can still come to an understanding with each other if we know
    • all know that there is a materialist view of the outside world.
    • world. Spiritual science acknowledges that behind everything,
    • believed that that which one does not know were not effective.
    • everybody knows if it appears in the upper regions of the
    • about what he knows as self-love.
    • spiritual researcher gets to know something quite different
    • really attains objective knowledge of spirit and where he only
    • distinguished view if one did not acknowledge Christ Jesus as
    • knowledge of truth as experience. If you own truth in the
    • error, and, hence, it is important to know the ways of the
    • you see from that which they say how much they know of it.
    • person concerned know anything generally about that which
    • spiritual research intends? Does he know anything about the
    • opponents are strictly speaking only those who do not know the
    • matter. On the field where one knows it are no more opponents.
    • The opponents become appreciators if they get to know the
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VIII: The Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death - 2
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    • various knowledge that is not new just in the today's
    • generally acknowledged and many people confuse it with
    • correspond to a rather thorough knowledge of that which is
    • Seventhly: theosophy, about that he knows half a page only.
    • wants to judge an object knows this really. It is obvious that
    • of the population. From those persons who want to know nothing
    • death. The knowledge has to assert itself that the outer
    • into a laboratory and create spiritual knowledge there. Already
    • processes only. Everybody knows that the spiritual life is in
    • him since his birth; everybody should know that he can reach
    • as well as they are, can know nothing about the supersensible.
    • if old worldviews spoke about the limits of knowledge. Just as
    • that the proof of the limits of knowledge is justified just as
    • Knowledge of Higher Worlds? you can more exactly get to
    • know what one understands by meditation, concentration, and
    • sciences, save that spiritual science knows it, while natural
    • us how the thinking intervenes in the brain, and one knows that
    • and catabolism, and for that who knows to observe these things
    • sciences can also acknowledge. I have already touched one
    • is still far away from getting to know the affects and passions
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    • exceedingly intimate knowledge of the human organism.
    • know, from what has already been told about curative eurythmy, that
    • getting his second teeth, for example, you have only to know from a
    • as possible; one must discover, solely out of knowledge of the human
    • say anything against it or to criticise it; I acknowledge its importance.
    • I know that that is a triviality, for you will say: “We know that,
    • connection I have reason to believe that when these things become known,
    • know the significance of abdominal activity for what such people call
    • knowledge through which one has arrived at the medication. People have
    • one speaks about something he knows nothing about. He considers it a
    • mistake to know something about what he knows nothing about. Medicine
    • well-founded knowledge of the healthy and diseased human being.
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    • unknown. This musical experience, which was based on an experience of
    • actually lives in us in all seven tones, but we do not know it. He
    • know it fully, however, we know it only through feeling. Finally, the
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    • know the third; he descended only to the fourth. He did not
    • experience fifths correctly is actually in a position to know on the
    • knows what inspiration is. Finally, one who fully experiences
    • sevenths — if he survives this experience — knows what
    • no longer know why, the mysteries refer to the existence of two kinds
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • that is reached both through knowledge and through a whole style of
    • historical events: the ideals of religion, art and knowledge. And
    • bearer of our ideal of knowledge, so that some possibility may once
    • show how art is the way to gain a true knowledge of man, in that
    • knowledge of man. Nature herself becomes a true
    • knowledge of the universe and of man. And again, confronted with
    • poet still felt bound to acknowledge the necessity of plastic and
    • necessity of transmuting what comes to light as a way of knowledge
    • As made him know his God by night.
    • no more, no longer knowing what that
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    • ought to lie at the foundation of a knowledge of man is the
    • knowledge, but by way of a picture. We see engendered before us a
    • The LORD hath made knowen his
    • organ situated in the breast, as known to external sight; the heart
    • dead may have a certain validity. But for a knowledge that is at
    • foundation of true art – it must be said that this knowledge
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • reality. Everyone whose sense for true knowledge can extend to the
    • century Wilhelm Jordan tried, as you know, to revive alliteration,
    •  still remains in the German language today, if one knows how
    • They had no knowledge, those daring
  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • agricultural practices and acquired a deep knowledge of the elemental
    • distinctions. In our ordinary waking condition, as we know it from
    • our feelings and sleep in our willing. Our knowledge of this willing
    • weaker and perhaps no longer visible. We all know that the strength of
    • knowledge, even sometimes their reflections, never pass beyond what
    • planted at an inappropriate moment. Anyone who has exact knowledge of
    • occupations. But we may ask how they were to know when to sow and
    • you all know what I have said about Imaginations in my book
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment.
    • We are much more vigorously permeated by reality when our knowledge
    • district here? Anyone who knows them knows also that it is pretty easy
    • there that the Druid sought his science, his knowledge, his wisdom;
  • Title: Lecture II: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • agricultural practices and acquired a deep knowledge of the elemental
    • Natural forces in our sense were quite unknown to an older humanity.
    • from what we know today; this living in themselves was at the same
    • had means to feel their way consciously into sleep and so got to know
    • has no knowledge at all, a condition deeper than dreamless sleep
    • this experience, which constituted the knowledge of those days. Men
    • reflected from flowers and stars. Farmers know this better than the
    • forces of the Moon were known to work against this force of gravity.
    • gravity, but they work against those forces. It was known that man is
    • his knowledge goes, has become a kind of worm, not even an earthworm
    • and their knowledge of Nature's spirits, died away completely, and
    • knowledge, was quite unknown to early humanity. Yet through it came
    • and the knowledge he still had of the stars showed him that their
    • could attain knowledge of cosmic spaces. When Spiritual Science throws
    • was in earlier times an asset which could be used to attain knowledge.
    • Moon-forces and makes possible a knowledge of the secrets of the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • you want to know anything about the history of that system, you cannot
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    • agricultural practices and acquired a deep knowledge of the elemental
    • present age of freedom we must resolve out of our own free knowledge
    • Our perceptions are, as you know, taken up into our astral organism
    • all know. One must really ask what is contained in these dreams, what
    • have made some interesting discoveries. Some of you will know a book
    • he did not know what to make of it all. A friend advised him to give
    • possible for anyone who has acquired some knowledge of Initiation to
    • The highest knowledge gained by the ancient Initiates was when they
    • strengthened form of human knowledge to which the spiritual reveals
    • speak of the moral order as of unknown origin. To do this was not
    • knowledge, on the other, faith; and that the moral order belongs to the realm of
    • faith; that knowledge cannot become faith nor faith, knowledge; and
    • knowledge.
    • know at a glance all the house-numbers of London, Paris, and so on.
    • the real knowledge of that deep sleep which was so significant for
    • nervous system. If with the help of Initiation-knowledge you observe
    • cannot be attained by our ordinary knowledge. To grasp its full
    • geologists. The destinies undergone by the Earth can be known only in
    • been less disposed to listen to Initiation-knowledge and yet never a
    • audience had no idea what he was after. Trendelenburg, well-known
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    • a child's development than later on. As we know, this whole
    • — as you know from the various elucidations — in
    • know that between the change of teeth and the change of voice,
    • because we know that thereby we are working for the future. On
    • we infuse our own forces, and we know that we are fructifying
    • for our teaching, because we know that when working with music
    • comprehensible for you if you know that what man here on earth
    • human beings if we know that. Not, to be sure, by relieving
    • knowledge. You need only, after having heard a concert, wake up
    • not the burning, Luciferic sort that alone is acknowledged
    • in connection with eurythmy we should know this, that in our
    • will be understood only when we know that something which
    • frame of mind within us, consisting of the knowledge that the
    • when your knowledge takes on artistic form, will you become a
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • give a brief sketch of all the knowledge we can acquire concerning the
    • made use of the expression, “O man, know thyself!”
    • terminated in the eighth century before Christ. We know that this
    • powerful state of Rome. We also know that in this age occurred the
    • mighty event in earthly evolution which we know as the advent of
    • You know that wires connecting the different apparatuses extend from
    • one place to another, and without having any deep knowledge of these
    • wires. You perhaps also know that there is a connection down in the
    • and admire what we know from history of this wonderful land; we see
    • Everyone knows this wonderful figure of the Virgin in the centre of
    • Our present humanity was preceded, as you know, by another which dwelt
    • roll. When the great Atlantean flood took place, the knowledge of the
    • Atlantis. We know that the successors of the Atlanteans carried the
    • wisdom of ancient India and Persia into Asia. We also know that
    • a corpse, the dust of a man who was the bearer of an ego; I know
    • — for I know it from ancient tradition and from the experience of
    • We know from the teachings of Spiritual Science that humanity of
    • incarnations; we know that when man passes at death into other
    • forces to that which is physical. We know that it is these forces
    • studying space from the standpoint of Spiritual Science knows that it
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • connected with knowledge only accessible to man through initiation.
    • more subtle facts that confront them. Those who look more deeply know
    • happens, but we may suppose it. One of them does not care to know
    • consider this to be educational know nothing of that deeper curative
    • exist; there was no death such as we know it. It was only when, with
    • in life at one time woke up within him later as knowledge.
    • with knowledge.
    • who was reverenced in the ancient Indian civilization, and was known
    • nothing but a repetition — but in knowledge — of that which
    • after the earth has disappeared, and, if we are to know him
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • said which many of you know already, but in order to grasp our vast
    • in knowledge and in religious consciousness all that the earth has
    • and ego. All this we know. When we allow our gaze to sweep over the
    • acknowledge that whereas every human being has its individual
    • Initiates have always known these things and have told them to man; he
    • be embodied in feeling if they are to become true knowledge.
    • relationship to every plant, for he will know what it is they have
    • will know that everything he eats is the external form of something
    • spiritual. In our immediate age, when men know little about the vital
    • stage man will know with shining clearness what he should do; he will
    • know because he will recognize the soul of that which he absorbs into
    • Let us consider the course of a human life in its entirety. We know
  • 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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    • between birth and death; but we know that the essential inner being of
    • the world with clairvoyant vision that which is known as the fluidic
    • element, especially water, is not only inhabited by the Beings we know
    • Further, in that which we know as “air,” and particularly in
    • In that which we know as warmth we have the embodiment of Beings known
    • gradually formed that which today we know as our planetary system.
    • took place at that time upon the earth. We know that when man came
  • 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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    • embodiments of the earth. As we know him he is a very complicated
    • which as you know had departed along with the most advanced of the
    • course anyone who affirms such things knows very well that it seems
    • known about the spiritual foundations of the world men will recognize
    • the knowledge in a wonderful legend. The Germanic and Norse peoples
    • know that in many respects what is opposed to healthy development must
  • 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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    • now know as the human form. The form you are able to observe in your
    • We know when man is asleep today that his physical and etheric body
    • ego. We know that the task of the ego is to transform man's other
    • remain soft enough for it to be modified. Beings, however, as we know,
    • In the sculptured forms of his Gods the Greek idealized his knowledge
  • 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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    • it as religious knowledge. The Egyptian form of religion contained as
    • knowledge that which had taken place at one time on earth. You will
    • Another thing was also not as yet separated. We know that in the
    • Let us for a while study this alternating condition. We all know it,
    • know that when man is awake there is a regular connection between his
    • knowledge many things are made clear. Man can certainly overcome his
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    • enlarged. We look up to some heavenly body and we know that it is but
    • within him, man is actually in a position to gain knowledge for
    • beings, moreover we know that earthly affairs are regulated by higher
    • Archangels, and Archai; we also know that there are other beings
    • question from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, from knowledge
    • We know this, but we have to speak of it as the human stage. The
    • What is this Christ-Principle? Before we can know what it is we must
    • know what the mission of the earth is, so that we can describe it by
    • know that man consisted of physical and etheric body, that is, he was
    • something to these beings about the colour red they would not know
    • as long as your eyes are turned to it you know that you are in
    • known in certain circles. Goethe, who was an Initiate, knew it; hence
    • You perhaps know how form can be imparted by sound in the material
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • We know that previous to the middle of the Atlantean epoch the
    • participating in mankind the Gods will learn to know love, though in
    • and only come to know his gift through the other. Picture to
    • yourselves an exceedingly rich person who has never known anything but
    • learn to know it as a reality through man. From their heights the Gods
    • know that the Gods lack something when man does not live in love. The
    • standpoint. We know that there was a realm in the neighbourhood of
    • into the spiritual worlds. The spiritual being known as Wotan, for
    • instance, was a “personality” well known to the Atlanteans;
    • longer make himself so generally known as before. There were people in
    • Asia also who knew him, and this knowledge continued on into later
    • Gods, the Gods were known to them, and they knew they would meet them
    • kingdom of the spirit, which was well known to them. The opinion was
    • knowledge. This small company, whose Initiates had preserved the
    • but there is something you cannot yet know fully, something for which
  • 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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    • at an earlier period already possessed egos, and man learnt to know
    • the ego through beholding them, but he only came to know it truly in
    • We know that remnants of ancient clairvoyance endured up to the later
    • individuality known as Sig appeared for long after the Atlantean
    • leaving it. This individuality, known as Wotan and who had taught in
    • and connections with earlier conditions were provided for. Knowing
    • know how to read them. There it stands; but such things are veiled.
    • been known, taught, and seen within the Mysteries. Only because this
    • We know that the several parts of the human body correspond to the
    • learning to know the Christ here. For what man learns of Him in this
    • his knowledge with him; and this is what the expression “To die
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    • from their own spiritual inner capacities men will come to know that
    • followed the grand ideas of Kepler, knows differently, and he will be
    • Oedipus, who put its well-known riddle to man. We have learnt already
    • What was known regarding the spiritual origin of the world passed in a
    • direct line to knowledge of particular things; men were able to rise
    • from knowledge of the material world to the most exalted heights;
    • there was no contradiction between knowledge and faith. An ancient
    • simply a matter of belief or a fact of knowledge. This difference
    • spiritual, and the knowledge of external things — proceeded side
    • civilization. The rudiments of the ego had been developing as we know
    • answer that this cannot be determined without knowing something
    • by the fact that they know how to accept what Orientalism has to give,
    • and in addition they know the advanced forms which the course of time
    • because of this we should reply: “What a pity he does not know
    • is first fully explained by the Western esotericist. For we know that
    • of fresh springs of spiritual knowledge. It will then become a living
    • knowledge has no value if not changed into motive power for the
    • knowledge of the past, but this knowledge is of little value unless
    • Through an ever deepening knowledge man must learn how better to
    • foster all these seeds. Knowledge in order to work, in order to gain
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    • know the purpose of these talks from the outset.
    • Knowledge. The older forms of scientific classification,
    • know, exists in immense quantities. But it will be a matter
    • connections with Astronomy, that is, with a true knowledge of
    • meet with them at all in his scientific knowledge, — it
    • as we know it today, even including the
    • absolute and true, will say: Well, you know, among earlier
    • the sciences. But this idea, as we know, breaks down when we
    • called astronomical knowledge has been set up as an ideal.
    • of the knowledge of Nature by saying: We only grasp truths in
    • apply the astronomical type of knowledge. That is to say, we
    • the astronomic form of knowledge into every phenomenon of the
    • knowledge of astronomy but it would be of no use to speak of
    • know of course that the question of the form of
    • satisfy the urge for a deeper knowledge in this direction
    • who knows the theory of functions well and understands all
    • question is put: What is a cell? As you know, since about the
    • that way has no further meaning unless one knows that it is
    • astronomical knowledge in cellular theory, especially in
    • astronomical knowledge. Here he is withdrawn from life,
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    • Astronomy should provide certain items of knowledge which
    • no possibility of applying his specialized knowledge and
    • feeling — a ‘feeling knowledge’ I might
    • them? The course of development of human knowledge can
    • which, as we know, is at an angle with the Earth's own axis.
    • life. Here we need only call to mind what is very well known
    • together. For a true knowledge of man, it is essential to
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    • know.
    • out of a more intimate knowledge of man himself. We shall
    • understanding of it merely by setting up the well-known
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    • you who have studied it will know.) You can trace it back to
    • chaos through the process of knowledge itself. In Embryology
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    • of biogenetic law, which states, as you know, that the
    • knowledge. On the one hand we are driven to a boundary in the
    • metamorphosis, which, as you know,was first
    • physiologically. (Some of you already know what I Shall now
    • aid the physiological knowledge at your disposal, and the
    • the theory of human knowledge: How and to what extent are we
    • theory of knowledge. Astronomy will not go into the human
    • nature, aspiring to other faculties of knowledge, such as
    • clear ideas. Thus in the theory of knowledge too we must
    • knowledge is being lost. And it is evident how on the other
    • hand in Embryology, where knowledge fails to reach the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • thoughts, the human faculties of knowledge find expression,
    • questions came to the surface of man's life of knowledge. It
    • knowledge — the question of Nominalism and Realism. Or
    • knowledge. Something was stirring in the inmost depths of
    • precisely at the highest levels of thought and knowledge
    • evolution of the life of knowledge in mankind, one is aware
    • thought and knowledge.
    • know, this phase of development — appearing about the
    • life — in the life of thought and knowledge —
    • You know that the vernal point — where the Sun rises in
    • conclusion, we know that the vernal point goes all the way
    • same. You know that the number of breaths man takes —
    • want to develop real means of knowledge in this sphere, we
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • knowledge is made up of the sense-impressions we receive and
    • the life of knowledge from one Ice-Age to another. Looking
    • that metamorphosis in the life of knowledge which I was
    • him so. And to this end we need to know man; we must be able
    • can not, after all, be maintained? I know, what I am here
    • knowledge of the mutual relations of Earth and Sun we must
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    • knowledge or of cognitional life which the man of present
    • well-known and evident to everyone, the essential
    • the well-known formulae should be looked through with this
    • Stuttgart, 1st to 14th March 1920, generally known as the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • must know what a foreshortening means, and so on, in order to
    • know what I am about to describe, I only want to elucidate
    • two foci A and B, and you know that it is a definition of the
    • You know that it has two branches. It is defined in that the
    • imagination. — I do not know, — I ask the
    • know that we have there the transition of colour from red to
    • violet. You know, too, that Goethe wrestled with the problem
    • of inverted spectrum, and as you know Goethe arranged this
    • succeed — maybe you know that one of the first
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    • movements of the magnet-needle are, as you know, brought into
    • are only to be set on a real basis, if one knows (as I said,
    • factors, — that which works outward from an unknown
    • humanity, we are, in regard to our capacities of knowledge,
    • awareness of the fact that man's faculties of knowledge
    • other hand its counterpart, namely, our own knowledge of the
    • must relate all our life of knowledge to the heavenly sphere,
    • some way, that to which our knowledge is related, namely the
    • — the whole compass of your knowledge of the mineral
    • forms the basis for our life of knowledge, we are directed
    • origin of our life of knowledge, we are led to the wide,
    • us now for our faculty of knowledge. Therefore we must
    • Cassini curve. We know that this curve has three, or, if you
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    • you know, we have a picture — a World-picture —
    • have recourse to all that is knowable by man, of man. We
    • whatever can be known of man.
    • well-known to most of you, yet we must call it to mind for
    • constellation, which you know so well, the “Great
    • by way of interpretation, though as some of you will know,
    • (eg the circling movement of his latitude) but knows it not
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    • orbits. For as you know from Kepler's Second Law, an
    • know, in these wider realms of Science, there is a certain
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    • the new epoch in civilisation, known to us as the Fifth
    • and the small one, know as the ‘epicyclic’
    • it so complicated? You remember the well-known anecdote. When
    • well-known in the Ptolemaic school and helped determine the
    • true knowledge under-lay their efforts; it is undeniable if
    • the world in his life or knowledge before the 15th Century
    • planetary system, as you know, grew from a highly romantic
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • to heart — we must take knowledge of the fact —
    • You know
    • post-Atlantean Epoch cannot say, for he no longer knows it:
    • — this is a sphere in which we know ourselves to be
    • course. You then know that the direct sunshine (so to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • which I am ordinarily confronted. Now as you know, in any
    • region. I beg you know, compare what is here drawn with the
    • as it were into the organisation as a whole. I know you can
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • answer are not yet achieved. I know that many people (present
    • relative and those that may not? We know that amid the
    • has been made in Science as you know, even experimentally, in
    • and night. Yet as you know very well, man of today does lift
    • been looked at in this manner, or not exhaustively. I know
    • another thing: You know that what is trivially called
    • to know. And we can use as the defining concept what we
    • well-known to as to its spatial relations. This is the kind
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • changes we can, as it were, read the movements and know them
    • knowledge, Namely the bridges were demolished between the
    • arise ethical impulses; no-one knows where they come from.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • to do than to proceed to higher 'modes of knowledge —
    • reluctant to advance to higher modes of knowledge —
  • Title: Social Basis For Primary and Secondary Education: Lecture I
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    • world. You know how frequently I have referred to all that can be said in
    • cannot arise, namely, knowledge of the social impulses existing in our
    • not only a certain knowledge of natural science, is not merely well
    • not from his knowledge of natural science but as a result of his
    • matters are approached. If we know this, and if we are not mere egoists
    • matters we were not to give ourselves up to illusion. We know, some of us
    • at least could know, that what we carry on here and call spiritual
    • of our decadent culture; and on the other hand (you know I do not say
    • This could be done only by approaching the highest spheres of knowledge
    • knowledge concerning the life of the soul, of mankind and of the cosmos
    • knowledge that is on the decline. The result of disciplining inner
    • our age. As consequence of this fact — you know that recently I
    • special features of our present culture knows that this is threatening
    • added the education and instruction obtained at school. Those who know
    • Knowledge of human nature from the change of teeth until puberty must
    • examined, this is often done merely to verify whether he knows something
    • that, if he is at all clever and doesn't know it, he can read up in a
    • in this sense. For this means that the teacher will know: I must help
    • few people know today, most modem professors .being the worst possible
    • psychologists . The teacher must know what to give to his pupil if the
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    • all it was necessary to know were certain stereotyped things about
    • — cut off all knowledge of the real man. We have spoken quite
    • recently of the tremendous importance of this knowledge of man's being
    • for the right kind of teacher — the knowledge that recognises the
    • of any real knowledge of man has produced that dreary, barren effort that
    • knowledge of man by studying the human being himself, particularly the
    • building up of the idea of man, the passing on of the knowledge of man.
    • existing body of knowledge. We have been very near bringing this
    • especially is something that a teacher must know. Teachers must have
    • historical. Whoever is acquainted with the conditions knows that the
    • the situation. Kapp who represented agriculture squealed, not knowing
    • I don't know how many of
    • was attacked in the Reichstag; and those who were supposed to know
    • known, especially by those who want to educate others. Henceforward they
    • know what must happen. Far more important than keeping to any school
    • You know the saying
    • These matters must be known
    • least not in all cases — who do not know what has been going on for
    • that turns out into the world men who pass one another by, and know
    • there not in the middle class today those who scarcely know more about
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    • growth is men's refusal to gain sufficient self-knowledge to enable them,
    • know that this is realised as something meant to run through my whole
    • knowledge of man that is genuinely psychological, from the educational
    • in this sphere knows what wide praise has been given to the
    • thorough and profitable grasp only of special branch of knowledge.
    • Roman or Gothic styles in the way this is often done today, knows little
    • Greek, Roman and Gothic architectural styles who knows how, when these
    • those from Germany, — I don't know how this is to be expressed
    • sentence anyone who has been up to mischief, I should just like to know
    • capitalistic basis, but acknowledge that modern conditions still oblige
    • the nebulous idea that they have done enough; they should acknowledge the
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    • and similar minds, we know
    • western man. But we must know how to keep this among those who
    • with a certain sense of trust, and we must know that it is this
    • guardianship which will make our work effectual. You must know
    • modern civilization; we must know that there is absolutely
    • rather develop the individuality of the child. You know that
    • sense, on a knowledge of the growing child, and in our first
    • then, out of our knowledge of the child, there will spring up a
    • paradox before you. You taught well when you did not know at
    • it would have been harmful if you had already known at the
    • is important for many people that they should know this, but it
    • is most important of all that teachers should know it. For this
    • knowledge, no matter what the subject is, which can be
    • what leads to this knowledge, only what is found on the way to
    • this knowledge that is of any practical value. For this
    • knowledge which is ours after we have taught for a year,
    • the death of a man that this knowledge becomes such a reality
    • ready knowledge that is of value, but the work which leads to
    • the knowledge and particularly in the art of education this
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