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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • clear impression: “When we study the stars and apply our
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • expressed in the very form and figure of man. No-one understands the
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
    • Ah he expresses something that lives in his inner soul as a
    • an inner quality. Every vowel expresses some element of the inner
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • express in the simple word Tree. Again, you yourself can say the word.
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • comes to expression. For if he does not do this, then when all that is
    • anti-social powers to expression. I have often said that the reason
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • at the same time radiant with light. But the impression made upon the
    • is an immensely beautiful and impressive living and streaming activity
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • Logos brings to expression at the same time — writing, as it
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • this expression in speech proceeded from their essential being. And
    • In all that is expressed in the movement of the human limbs, in all
    • are real. Their expression as Soul comes about because these
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • its highest expression, he cannot help asking at the same time for a
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • actual life any concrete expression of their abstract beliefs. They
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • organisation and the organisation that comes to expression in man's
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • that dying and becoming are the expression of forces working in our
    • ordinary consciousness. These two particular men expressed the
    • and if we inquire into what they expressed with such dedication we
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Adam Bittleston and Jonathon Westphal, Rudolf Steiner Press, London,
    • — if I may use a somewhat crude expression — pervades and
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • of the very oldest — to the oriental, as expressed in many
    • may impress us, if we study the racial characteristics of the
    • — to use a crude expression — wells up from the metabolic
    • move over the face of the Earth, expressing in their inner life
    • expressed, in their case, in the life of soul and
    • the ‘middle’ man is expressed. The creations of oriental
    • give expression to the speech of the Earth herself. It is not so in
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • being. The very essence of the man of Middle Europe is expressed
    • understand that the wonderful thought expressed in Goethe's book on
    • Buddha, with all their endless repetitions, have expressed the
    • it is expressed in the very repetitions which you want to cut
    • intellectual understanding but an inner love for what is expressed in
    • all-embracing sphere of the ‘human’ is not expressed
    • that man is able to express with a kind of natural spirituality his
    • the expression of the truth, harmony and fullness of man's nature. In
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • heat entropy — I say expressly, must arise — that
    • distance them from our consciousness, so that, if I may so express
    • of the super-sensible world whose expression they are.
    • even try first to suppress all liking for one's friend, and then do
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • expression in the Transitory and then vanishes again,
    • animal forms. And those men tried to give expression to this.
    • to which expression can be given by animal masks,
    • Professor at a College in Pressburg and while there had
    • Pressburg. And he — I am speaking of my old friend Karl
    • about the wonderful impressions he had also received of what
    • of what we have to say is expressed. The essential charm of
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • particular expressions of it can be related to their counterparts in the
    • first to speak of some of the ways in which the human soul expresses itself
    • memory is robust and full-blooded — if I may use such expressions
    • impressions of the present in the right way. It is between the change
    • to the male with puberty, when love finds physiological expression
    • is real truth in what is expressed in the more ancient languages by
    • expression in speech. We do not only breathe in and breathe out higher
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
    • expressed. We express our whole being in the process of out-breathing;
    • can give ear to what the tones express through their very nature, has a
    • express our own being in declamation, in song? Why do we transform it?
    • expressing itself plastically in the smoke of the incense.
    • “Only through the dawn of beauty do you press on into the land of
    • through the door of beauty do you press on into the land of knowledge.”
    • do you press on into the land of knowledge.” In other words —
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • today is made to cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • indefinite world-substance. One has really to coin words to express what
    • soul is affected by impressions of colour, tone or warmth, perceiving
    • if I may so express it, ‘enfired;’ but in order for these
    • connected, if I may so express it, with the highest heavens; it is
    • expression in the visibility of the Moon do, it is true, enter into the
    • express it in this way. Just as the soul of man is permeated from going
    • process, but if we want to find some way of expressing it, we might say
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • slight gestures are made, expressing what the person thinks, expressing
    • following impression! On the one hand is Herr von Osten, who does not
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • up to the point of being able to express something; the rest will come
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • tone, as really to give one the impression of inward truth
    • in one's pocket and went into the street, and then pressed on
    • Press in Berlin. It has never had books that were not sold.
    • it must be said, that the Anthroposophical Press at any rate
    • stamp-press turns out every day. One can really only find use
    • organism, and of recognising that they find expression in
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • shape again; in order then — excuse the expression!
    • standpoint as was expressed in the words I used when we first
    • things that must find their expression in economic energies.
    • know, make a curious impression, if when we were talking —
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • hardly perceptible impressions in the human self, such as those
    • undirected dreaming, even if it is impressive enough to
    • a human skeleton will know that what is expressed so
    • its outward expression, but this differentiation is also
    • ossification of the head a trivial outer expression of
    • the rocks of human evolution, however great the pressure
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • has the impression that Schiller believed he could arrive at
    • which the constitution of the soul came to expression in art,
    • the last six years, for already before the war I expressed my
    • rejected the views expressed in his book, “Only
    • the inner soul life of man comes to expression in a quite
    • and which comes to expression most typically in the life of
    • expression quite differently in such people as the Italian or
    • bodies. What happens in the soul comes to expression in our
    • Only for special reasons would I ever break what is expressed
    • and at the will on the other, we bring to expression in the
    • are quite changed, he would express what he said, even in the
    • He not only expressed his impressions of the historical
    • knowledge of his time, but he also expressed something that
    • should come to be. What made an impression upon him was the
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • pressing necessity just at this time of bringing man what is
    • is true today must be expressed in accordance with the truth.
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • pressure of external force is right: and deliberate
    • you to-day. In our day the Truth must be expressed in a way
    • all that works on into the future Truth must be expressed
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • Greek can be called (although the expression is naturally
    • rather rough and ready, as such expressions always are
    • express such things) — this consciousness which the Greek
    • earth. If I may again express myself mystically, we traverse
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • expression as people then imagined they had heard.
    • legitimate expression for this is the human “I,”
    • to gender, bequeath it into an expression of disease and
    • but through the suppression of the “I” through
    • the Ten Commandments. Reference is made [to] what you express
    • expression of wisdom this is within world guidance.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • A person came in, made a deep impression upon him, spoke a few words,
    • of man's being, which comes to expression in a name different
    • Hebrew Initiates spoke of the “inexpressible name of God”,
    • auric light streaming around it. This is the outer form of expression
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • light and sound are for ever closed to her, she retains an impressive
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • immediate impression. But although the picture itself vanishes, something
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • expression to these facts.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • birth, things change; only then can the child receive impressions from
    • etheric body begins to be free to receive impressions from outside, and
    • his sense-organs. All the impressions they receive from the outer world
    • impressions. How grateful Goethe must have been to his mother for telling
    • it is just this that must depress a man and rob him of all hope. But
    • lives. If it depresses me to think that I have deserved my present destiny,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • discover the fundamental one. These four temperaments express themselves
    • body acquires during one life comes to expression in the physical body
    • spiritual life, can later express themselves in physical life. There
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • Both attitudes depend on the etheric body and may even find expression
    • external objects making an impression on him — they were purely
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • Form-conditions, expressed as 777 in occult script. In that script, 7 in
    • have always expressed themselves with caution and have given only hints;
    • gave expression to this in the ancient symbol of the Cross, saying,
    • and under pressure would have experienced pain. And man in the animal
    • first time what our early forefathers expressed quite simply in names,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • and each one, as it came into being, expressed itself through a specific
    • pressed the powers of nature into their service; their dwellings were
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • to express what he heard in this way, he would embody it in a sound
    • of marble and impressed on it his own stamp. He formed his own gods,
    • world, the fourth impressed the spirit itself on the world. Art, the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • in the physical world; that is how impressions from higher worlds pass
    • express. So he learns gradually to spell out, as it were, the soul-world.
    • have opened their eyes to subtle and inwardly significant impressions.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • to do only what the outer world demands of him. He must even suppress
    • expresses symbolically a higher truth is gradually rejected. This is
    • worst fanatics for dogmas. The dogma of materialism is much more oppressive
    • culture must embody a certain pattern which will give expression to
    • lost; it must learn again how to give external expression to its inner
    • everywhere. Yet this strange expression is literally true.
    • receives a continual stream of sense-impressions and allows them all
    • concentrate on a single sense-impression for a specified number of minutes
    • and blind to all sense-impressions; he must turn away from them and
    • derive from sense-impressions. We have to form them for ourselves —
    • If in the morning, before other impressions have entered the soul, you
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • becomes an illusion unless we look on it as an expression of the Divine.
    • may be a symbol of coquetry. The symbols may actually be expressed in
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • express how it works in certain “Laws”. Another classical
    • expression what Goethe feels is fundamental to a true outlook upon
    • themselves express their secrets. He nowhere seeks to recur from the
    • shaken. But even if we do press forward to the atom with our
    • the force in question and the chosen universal unit. If we express it
    • as a weight, it is 0.001019 grammes' weight. Indeed, to express what
    • weighed. So then I have to express myself in terms of something very
    • can only express the concept “mass” by introducing what I
    • resort, it is by a weight that I express the mass, and even if I then
    • go on to atomize it, I still express it by a weight.
    • measuring these possibilities of action; we can express in stated
    • the line taken by that school of Science which is at pains to express
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • affected, say, by an impression of light or colour — we, that
    • pressing upon the point for a single moment which of course
    • mass. We express the mass, to begin with, by a weight. We can weigh
    • the object which the force is moving and express the mass of it in
    • equal to, — i.e. the same product can also be expressed by
    • consciously aware of this: — Press with your finger against
    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
    • exert pressure. You make acquaintance with pressure by pressing upon
    • something going on in us when we exert pressure with our finger,
    • — when we, therefore, ourselves experience a pressure —
    • it is, try making the pressure ever more intense. Try it, — or
    • rather, don't! Try to exert pressure on some part of your body and
    • place, so to speak, on a small scale when you exert a pressure that
    • a pressure stronger than you can endure — is taking place
    • contact with an effect of pressure — with an effect, therefore,
    • from the downward pressure of weight.
    • weighed as much as this, it would press so heavily upon the arteries
    • blood. The heavy pressure would immediately cloud our consciousness.
    • with the downward pressure. Precisely this deprives the rest of our
    • as it were, by the downward pressure, we see men being put to sleep.
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  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • due to the light's having less matter to go through, which presses
    • the cylinder of light apart. If I may so express myself, you can read
    • from it. The stronger light in the middle presses upon the weaker
    • have to do so, comes to expression in that I do not see right down as
    • sphere, slightly compressed from front to back. Such is the eye-ball,
    • bring the disc into rotation. The single impression of light has not
    • again before I have time to rid myself of the impressions of the
    • before the impression of the red has vanished. For the eye, the seven
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • — expressed in Goethe's way, to begin with — is as
    • blue or bluish-red. You need but express the primal phenomenon,
    • in speculation. Newton, having first seen and been impressed by this
    • neighbourhood is, to begin with, compressed. Compressed air arises
    • here. Now the compressed air presses in its turn on the adjoining
    • of attenuated air. Through these successions of compression and
    • is compression here, then comes attenuation, and all this moves on.
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • light, which it expressed by being luminous still after exposure
    • formula for a velocity, say v. A velocity is expressed, as
    • it is true, v is expressed by the quotient of s and
    • t. What I express by this number v is however a
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • our eyes. Otherwise our very habit of thought begets the impression
    • which is expressed in “mass”.
    • and finds expression in light and colour there is the vibrating
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the effect of it then finds expression in your experience of
    • this “conversation” which finds expression in the
    • rate it receives an impression. This then becomes subjective inner
    • finger — exerting pressure, using some force as you do so,
    • number, a certain figure expresses the relation which can be
    • the numerical expression of the relation between the two.
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • that elapses between your perception of the impression of light and
    • of the qualitative reality which finds expression simply and solely
    • not believe that the sensory impression he experiences is only
    • only have you here before me through my own impressions, which (if
    • that is usually made of the subjective impression (or whatsoever is
    • outer world and finds expression in waves of alternate compression
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • interaction which can find expression in the form of an electric
    • — so we may somehow express it. Now Hertz made this very
    • may so express myself — the inner character of electricity,
    • fain impress upon your minds. After all, my main purpose in these
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • has no other value for reality than what finds expression in the
    • expression of this hope, I will conclude our studies for the
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • dangerous in this is that it is not clearly expressed, but
    • the pressing questions about the life of the human soul and
    • the enlightened and impressive philosophers of today. It is
    • is naturally a paradoxical expression
    • paradoxical expression does in fact correspond to
    • intellectual and logical to expression, but that this
    • expression — that we do not
    • expression of the spiritual, just as hunger, thirst and
    • the need to breathe are an expression in the soul of what lives
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
    • The Psychological Expression
    • expression “the
    • to use Goethe's expression once more
    • are impressed upon the soul, and we are able to recall them
    • expression — a spiritual
    • of our dreams are stimulated by a sense impression. The world
    • appears to be broken by a sense impression, it is really only
    • impression that comes from the body. Thus we maintain the same
    • — if I may use the expression
    • impressions. It is the eternal that dreams in the human
    • musical nature, that comes to expression in the most varied
    • and waking up with his memories, with his impressions of
    • makes no particular impression upon
    • but one thing did make a deep impression on Sir Oliver Lodge.
    • the widest circles were impressed. And this is the crucial
    • use the expression — an
    • impression — in three weeks'
    • The time is pressing, and I cannot go into this any
    • clear the significant factor I wish to express. Imagine that
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • the attention to technology you will see. I would like to impress you
    • expressed by equations, but it is restricted to verifying the data of
    • as pressures of the like. The sun's corona, for instance, must not be
    • impacts there comes about a pressure on the wall of the vessel and
    • through this pressure one can measure how great the temperature is. It
    • surface the effort I put forth, the pressure or work, is transformed
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture II
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    • order to impress these things upon our minds so that we can use them
    • noting the movements of this lever-arm over a scale. When I press here
    • is composed. We can express the amount of expansion to the original
    • In this fashion is expressed the formula for the expansion of a solid
    • vessel expands. The air streams into the tube, presses on the mercury
    • and the pressure forces the mercury column up into the tube. From this
    • may express myself cautiously, the solid condition may be said to be
    • that appears here is, to use a homely expression, of tremendous
    • said, “Solid, liquid, gaseous,” but what they expressed may
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture III
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    • Today in order to press toward the goal of the first of these
    • not express for me the whole process involved in the heat. Something
    • so far as it is revealed by temperature is not expressible in space
    • when I have the first power and find it not expressible as a line,
    • cannot be expressed
    • cannot be expressed as a solid. In purely mathematical space, it is
    • could not express in terms of the three dimensions of space. The only
    • gas but contracting the walls all around, you must use pressure. You
    • have to exert pressure. This means nothing else but that you have to
    • overcome the pressure of the gas. You do it by exerting pressure on
    • up against a solid, the solid does not of itself exert pressure
    • we enclose a gas in a vessel, the gas presses against the solid wall.
    • You see, we come upon the concept of pressure and have to bring this
    • creation of pressure into relation with the heat condition. We have to
    • know this relation we can hope really to press forward into the
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IV
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    • us is always under a certain pressure, the usual atmospheric pressure,
    • and it exerts this pressure on us. Thus, we can say that air inside
    • the left hand tube is under the same pressure as the outer air itself,
    • at atmospheric pressure. We will now alter the conditions by bringing
    • pressure on the air in the left hand tube,
    • have added to the usual atmospheric pressure, the pressure due to the
    • the pressure exerted on this air by the pressure corresponding to the
    • increase the pressure on the gas its volume decreases. We must extend
    • gas and the pressure exerted on it have an inverse ratio to each
    • other. The greater the pressure the smaller the volume, and the
    • greater the volume the smaller must be the pressure acting on the gas.
    • We can express this in the form of an equation where the volume
    • equals the pressure
    • divided by the pressure
    • This expresses a relatively general law (we have to say relative and
    • pressure of gases are so related that the volume-pressure product is a
    • pressure. In other words, mechanical facts meet us in our
    • pressure changes. Mechanical facts meet us.
    • pressure, for instance, on the temperature, which we will consider
    • temperature and expansion are so related that they may be expressed by
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture V
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    • impress of certain relations involving the being of heat, at first
    • unknown to us. Heat and pressure exerted on a body or the state of
    • electricity were not really sense impressions, at least not immediate
    • sense impressions, because as ordinary physics says, there is no sense
    • kind of distillation of the higher sense impressions. Wherever you
    • sense impressions. I illustrated this yesterday in the case of the
    • that cannot be brought out into space. You cannot express in space the
    • to take on form if its own pressure were opposed by an equal and
    • opposite pressure brought to bear from the outside. These things have
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VI
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    • where heat, pressure and the expansion of bodies are related. You will
    • is under the normal atmospheric pressure, and where there is no water
    • only if there is a pressure on top of the column. For in the barometer
    • tube, there is no pressure on the top of the column. There is only
    • empty space and the mercury column balances the atmospheric pressure
    • depression is brought about by the pressure of the water vapor, by the
    • down here. We see therefore, that vapor always presses on the
    • confining walls. Moreover, a definite pressure corresponds to a
    • mercury column sinks, due to the increased pressure of the vapor. Thus
    • we see that the vapor increases its pressure on the wall more and more
    • than the column which is under the pressure of the water vapor. We
    • experiment with heat. You will see that the pressure becomes
    • rises, since with smaller vapor tension there is less pressure.
    • same conditions as water shows a widely different pressure. Not only
    • is the pressure exerted by a vapor dependent on the temperature, but
    • slightly) due to the rise in vapor pressure. We can again in this
    • sufficiently great pressure, it will melt at a temperature below its
    • melting point under ordinary pressure.
    • temperature but simply exert a strong pressure on the ice. This we can
    • shows that fluidity is brought about under the pressure of the wire,
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  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VII
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    • such was not the case, because as soon as the pressure of the wire
    • the pressure. Therefore, since we preserved the ice as ice, the heat
    • am using the expression advisedly.
    • center. If I may express myself somewhat paradoxically I might say:
    • world as it is expressed in the air lies on this side of the heat
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VIII
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    • using a flame, raise the pressure of the vapor, and thus bring about a
    • all steam engines are moved. Heat is turned into work through pressure
    • change. By letting the pressure come through from one side we raise
    • the bell up and by letting the vapor cool, the pressure is lessened,
    • as I have said, expressed current physical views in the form of
    • 19th century, we see that such ideas as expressed by
    • expresses himself about the conditions within which we live. We live
    • And the form of the solid, what is it? It is the impress of the
    • struggle. This structure that forms itself in the solid is the impress
    • an expression from the realm of morals, and does not let the perpetuum
    • expression in them. Fluids are more susceptible to its action. In
    • have, if I may employ the expression, 12 color conditions in all. This
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IX
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    • view of the physical that was, as it were, incompletely expressed in
    • really taking place in the realm of heat expresses itself in the gas
    • What I have here expressed, my friends, is treated by the physics of
    • express as follows: that which we call tone exists in a non-manifested
    • wave-motion that expresses itself as condensation and rarefaction in
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture X
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    • an expansion and this expansion makes itself evident by a depression
    • market expansion. You can see the definite depression of the mercury.
    • space. We cannot find a symbol which expresses spatially how the facts
    • human being? It is characterized by its pressure effects. If I go
    • from the pressure manifestation of matter to my ideas about form, then
    • the negative of pressure, or suction, must come into the picture.
    • if we consider materiality as symbolized by pressure. We must think of
    • symbolized by pressure. If we go beyond matter we come to nothing, to
    • to that which sucks up matter. We go from pressure to suction. Then we
    • pressure. Human nature properly conceived must be thought of as
    • pressure. That is unfortunate for modern physics. What we must learn
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    • alcohol column down on this side and up on this one. This depression
    • alternates between the sphere of pressure and the sphere of suction.
    • the border between pressure and
    • suction forces. The forces of pressure run their course in space, but
    • place neither in the pressure nor in the suction realms, but on the
    • equilibrium tendency between pressure effects of a material sort and
    • material that we are assuming the pressure effects —
    • manifest through pressure forces. Thus, indeed, we come to an
    • alternation between pressure and suction effects, but in such a way
    • and, on the other hand, pressure spatially manifested. Instead of
    • If the physicist expresses by formulae certain processes, and he has
    • negative sign — when pressure forces are made negative —
    • half included, for in this realm we have both pressure and suction
    • from adding to the modern technology, knowing only pressures —
    • pressure, but suction forces qualitatively opposite to
    • pressure.)
    • but his way of expressing the matter is extremely interesting.
    • “There is no meaning in expressing as work a heat quantity which
    • where doubts are expressed which must arise from a straightforward
    • certain effects, pressure effects. Here is the non-spatial (red)
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    • reveal themselves under the influence of light. I have to express
    • method of expression in physics would be as follows: an opaque body is
    • this form of expression because it is not a reflection of the facts,
    • you are expressing what really flows and this not a heat quantity,
    • distance it is expressed by the factor
    • the time. Thus we have W as an expression of the quantity of heat
    • temperature within the body. The following formula expresses the
    • the formulae to express the relations within a field of actual
    • calculation has to involve the mathematical relations expressed in
    • turned, then none of the mathematical expressions so far given would
    • be possible to set up a completely formulated expression. The fact
    • are expressed by the numerical formulations, such ideas as the
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    • difference in pressure, etc.
    • expressed as follows: Suppose we paint a landscape and hang the
    • physical phenomena today, the things that bear the impress of physical
    • come to a certain view so neatly expressed by Eduard von Hartmann. The
    • view has been expressed by Eduard von Hartmann as follows: “The
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    • expressed in the material world.
    • forces are expressing themselves as pressures. This mutual interaction
    • pressure effects of ponderable matter to the suction effects of the
    • is transformed. The suction effect is transformed into a pressure
    • pressing that have to be accomplished in the three paths of human
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    • say a few words of greeting to express the feelings which your
    • impression I had when this friend appeared in cap and gown. It seemed
    • write a letter now, under the immediate impression of this meeting, I
    • generation. This older generation expressed itself in words; you
    • clearly expressed, it could be seen — on the one side there
    • routine.” Although not clearly expressed — for today
    • nothing is clearly expressed — this state of thing[s] had existed
    • the outset I can only describe a few impressions to illustrate what
    • expression of what is reigning in the innermost soul of the modern
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    • science. It is sometimes necessary to express such things
    • could express this in other ways too: Human beings strive toward
    • is a picture that often came before the soul, and it expressed an
    • have been trying to find forms of expression — for as there are
    • forms of expression for the life of thought, so too for the life of
    • feeling — they have always been trying to find expressions for
    • greatest warmth of youth, broke out into the vaguest expressions
    • when they came to express what it was that they were seeking, it was
    • supposed to be pressed out of reason. Then Savigny and others
    • discovered that nothing more could be pressed out of reason. People
    • science. How did man express his relation to the world? By reference
    • asleep — you will not be surprised that I use this expression.
    • the all-embracing, unexpressed riddle of man and of the world. The
    • I can only express it in a picture — are like one who only half
    • light today into the souls of the young. It expresses itself in the
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    • certainly do not wish to create the impression that we ought to go
    • has a strange impression if one sees a little further than the
    • that time gave the same impression as an ant-hill, they were all
    • not impress the oriental at all; he despises it. But he himself has
    • whether the words express the Spirit. When I compare much of the
    • theosophical sectarianism told me of his impression of the lectures in
    • hall.” The pleasant sensation, you see, was expressed in terms
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    • symptomatically expressed in the philosophical expositions of ethics.
    • age expresses itself in what the philosophers say. No one will
    • what the philosophers express in their writings.
    • expressed in philosophical terms.
    • impression upon him, because he realized more deeply than
    • although not expressed in these words. Anyone who has steeped himself
    • ideas to which he gave poetic expression. The one was the idea of the
    • third of the nineteenth century Nietzsche tried to express a mood
    • In the realm of the moral this is expressed by people saying: There
    • naturally, it is not so clear when expressed in words. Young people
    • fact that bombastic words are used that express anything rather than
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    • only of words and words are incapable of expressing reality!
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    • saying this I want to describe an impression which, I believe, may be
    • about the world-riddle was expressed in the paradigm: “Man,
    • what lies in the words “Man, know thyself!” expresses
    • this way of expressing the formula is an intimation that no answer is
    • religiousness, into a religiousness that expresses itself directly in
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    • inwardly old. It was not clearly expressed in words, but in other
    • tiredness. One must express it thus, though it sounds pedantic.
    • experience. To give this concrete expression I should have to say:
    • power of pictorial expression for what appear abstract things, there
    • incapacity to get tired, raged, — forgive the expression —
    • experiments to be made and for the results to be clearly expressed.
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    • unable to express in clear concepts, but which was present in them as
    • spiritual world which expressed itself in the acceptance of thought
    • macrocosmic evolution? This problem became increasingly pressing in
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    • of mind and heart. All our present culture is expressed in a withered
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    • expressed in concepts, these were only the language through which to
    • concepts to the impressions from outside, but lives within the free
    • concept might be expressed as follows: Up to now the astral body has
    • were not able to express it. Try to sense that by feeling this, you
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    • outside man's head, if I may so express myself, the desire to
    • still got to know each other in this way and many expressions with
    • blessing to the world around them. It can be expressed concisely by
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    • is precisely expressions used in this most ancient epoch which seem
    • expression on a countenance, or of the way young people grow in five
    • a dull, repressed form between the seventh and fourteenth years. They
    • was such that it really only expressed outwardly visible gestures and
    • content, is of the nature of gesture, of surface; it expresses itself
    • impress other people who are of an opposite opinion, for if you do so
    • seriously. Today it would make a similar impression as the following
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    • not very different from the pressure that comes from without, from
    • saying: Take what I have tried to express as if I had wanted, above
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    • give the impression of something arbitrary that only
    • and the occultist expresses this relationship differently from the
    • the physical world, receive musical impressions from the strings'
    • You can see that the expression, “celestial harmony”, is
    • expressed itself. The outer seeing of objects was developed quite
    • physical body corresponded to these measures. This is expressed in
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    • of its height, breadth and length were expressed the proportions of
    • architectural style, which expresses itself in the arch that consists
    • God that should express or mean this or that. Something much deeper
    • House of God was to receive quite definite soul impressions. When one
    • a derogatory expression for “parson”), in the thirteenth
    • the forms of these buildings into their souls show the expression of
    • human shape forms itself through such impressions. What was built
    • impressions, new impressions, and form its body correspondingly, for
    • the outer expression for souls who reached a much higher stage of
    • expresses itself in the fish form, for this is the highest material
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    • necessary to mention the symbols that are expressed in numbers, even
    • space is expressed. Now we shall turn our attention to a more
    • expression for this that holds good in all occult schools: 1 = (2-x)
    • formula that expresses how Oneness can be divided and the parts so
    • 1: We feel this mathematical expression to be a
    • and he used the expression from above.
    • expression in the text.
    • satisfied with the above expression. Of course, it is up to
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    • now can only express the contents of his soul through his larynx, but
    • then he will express himself. As men in the future will be able to
    • which they expressed all things that are around us today. It is they
    • but seeming. In reality, all matter is an expression of spirituality,
    • consciousness. This is expressed in the Rose Cross by E. D. N., Ex
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    • space and time in so far as they can be expressed in terms of
    • understanding of the world imbued with feeling but expressed in
    • lip-wisdom. Kant's a priori really says nothing. The expression has
    • the East, had this clear impression: If as we contemplate the stars we
    • see in them the expressions of mathematical, arithmetical progression,
    • to the Divine creation of the world. This comes to expression in the
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    • laws. Ever more they tried to impress things with spirit. The
    • and physical was achieved. The Greek temple is the expression
    • the Greek temple is a complete expression of the spiritual
    • long for the pure harmonious expressions and constructions of
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    • who, if they spoke of the needs of life, could invoke the impressions
    • about a transformation of our life, but it was merely the expression
    • saturated with legalities. Everything which finds expression in life
    • Sistine Chapel, is only a glorious expression of Christianity
    • were connected with the life of Economy, of Industry, all expressed
    • characteristic in expression is that which came from the North to the
    • these did not please the chairman, who then used the expression,
    • We must express ourselves unreservedly about these things. If we show
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    • Thus a fatal, but entirely honest opinion is expressed in this
    • through the connection of generations, as it expresses itself in the
    • do contradict one another. He who does not press forward today to a
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    • we call Ambition, particularly when it expresses itself as a judging
    • also impressed its stamp upon Christianity, for the theology of the
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    • Meeting you today with New Year Greetings, I should like to express
    • of year, expressing as it does symbolically the meeting of past and
    • to rouse the conscience of the German people, to give expression to
    • surrounds us. Just as the Greek spirit found expression in its
    • two expressions defining the two great foes of human spiritual
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    • — to use the Goethean expression — a spiritual way
    • expression, is that of the Intuitive, of real Intuitive
    • exist, they have an expression so perfect in the human brain
    • expression in the human organism for what is contained in the
    • breathing processes. You can find no adequate expression for
    • there is no adequate expression in the human organism, in the
    • expression for the conceptual life, the perceptual life.
    • any process of will that does not find its expression in
    • expression of my will. Something must first be done away with,
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    • to take offense at these expressions. They are used merely
    • ego-point, if I may use that expression, from which all his
    • inner lawfulness in the solid substances, expressing itself,
    • expression — a lawfulness that is not confined to the
    • that I have been describing expresses itself in the physical
    • sense-oriented empirical observations, will find expression in
    • from the mineral kingdom — you may dispute the expression
    • organization, if I may express myself in this way.
    • comes to expression as the system of heart and lungs. And so we
    • expresses itself in the physical domain.
    • kidneys underlie the sentient system, this is expressed even in
    • the same thing and cold compresses have been applied to his
    • by recognizing its physical expressions, we come to the point
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    • ratio, and its variations in individuals are an expression of
    • that appear in the child are an expression of what is taking
    • human organization works into the second, and this expresses
    • breathing system and this is expressed through the rhythm of
    • expressed in the male sex, for example, by the change in the
    • been a form of expression for the nerve-sense system. The
    • withdraws more into the background, which is expressed in the
    • for the metabolism to press too far if the metabolism is normal
    • expresses itself in everything connected with deposits of
    • aspect. This is expressed outwardly in the fact that up to the
    • life in quite another way express themselves at this age as
    • everything I am expressing here in a physiological sense has a
    • organic action expressed in one of the sense organs, in the
    • finds expression in definite relationships in every single
    • cannot express what I want to say in any other way, as I am
    • far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for example)
    • expresses itself in the nerve-sense system). We must see, so to
    • expresses itself in metabolism, and the ego organism and astral
    • organism on the other side, in so far as they express
    • expression as a state of feverishness. The injection must be
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    • in their blossoms, we have an expression of the most powerful
    • weight of the volume of fluid displaced. Thus the brain presses
    • activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
    • am expressing myself radically simply so that we may understand
    • of a strong counterpressure from below. (The forces working
    • does it express itself? Above all, what is coursing through the
    • the kidney activity is asleep, is suppressed. In the human
    • organism we actually have the opposite of what is expressing
    • vitalization, that is to say — if I may express it
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    • Goethean expression — a spiritual conception of the human being
    • in sickness and health strives to express itself to-day, it must work
    • — we get the impression of something vague and nebulous.
    • if I may use this expression — is that of true Intuition,
    • they have in the human brain so perfect an expression that one is
    • world of pictures which express a reality, just as the human brain
    • expresses the life of soul. In the brain, Nature has given us as a
    • we try to find an expression in the organism of man of what is
    • expression of the breathing process in the structures and formations
    • there is no adequate expression in the human organism, in the same
    • sense as the structure of the brain is an adequate expression for the
    • process of will which does not find its expression in demolition,
    • limb for the expression of my will. Something must first be done away
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    • organisation and an Ego-organisation. These expressions need not be
    • proceeds, in waking consciousness at all events. A further expression
    • law in the solid substances, expressing itself, among other things,
    • all that I have been describing expresses itself in physical man as
    • expression in any solid system of organs, verifiable by anatomy.
    • in foodstuff — you may demur at the expression ‘foodstuff’
    • physical nature comes to expression in the region where the chyle
    • super-sensible expresses itself as a physical system, as the system of
    • etheric organisation when this expresses itself in the physical
    • kidneys underlie the sentient faculties, this is expressed even in
    • thinking about the same thing and cold compresses have been put on
    • concrete experience by recognising its physical expressions, we come
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    • expression of the measure of health and disease in the organism. Now,
    • second teeth which appear in the child are an expression of what is
    • expresses itself through the rhythm of blood circulation in daily
    • the breathing system and this is expressed through the rhythm of the
    • expressed in the male sex by the change in the voice itself, which up
    • to this period of life has been, essentially, a form of expression of
    • background, and the whole process is expressed in the male sex by the
    • the less possible for the metabolism to press too far forward, if it
    • to dominate. This quicker rhythm then expresses itself in all that is
    • arise in earlier life in quite another form express themselves as
    • If we now observe the whole organic action expressed in one of the
    • explained) — all this finds expression in definite
    • express what I want to say in any other way, as I am obliged to say
    • organism (in so far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for
    • expresses itself in the system of nerves and senses). We must, so to
    • physical-etheric organism in so far as it expresses itself in the
    • Ego and astral organisations express themselves in the warmth and
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    • expression of the most powerful devitalising process of all. Such a
    • presses on its base with a weight of only about 20 grammes, instead
    • saying this — I am expressing myself radically only in order
    • above by means of a strong counter-pressure from below. (The forces
    • will invariably find that the flower is brittle or prickly, pressing
    • symptoms. How it will express itself? Above all, that which is
    • asleep and suppressed. In the human organism we have actually the
    • opposite of what is expressing itself outwardly in the formation of
    • opposite vitalisation, that is to say — if I may express it
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    • What I have to say to you to-day will be expressed in the form of
    • pictures drawn from the imaginative life, which is the expression, the
    • logical, abstract speech we employ to express merely natural truths.
    • phenomena of the physical world as pictures, with which to express
    • is expressed in powerful words — or at least in powerfully
    • physical being is only an expression, a manifestation, of his
    • or ideas of it, but only general impressions, whereas man forms
    • fantasy; rather is it a real and true expression of a living process
    • outward expression of what is working out there in the cosmos in
    • expression of the inner conflict of Michael with the Dragon; we must
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    • thought about them. If you had taken care to impress upon yourself a
    • remember. When a man has impressions which he cannot turn to account,
    • through what was impressed into him from the body. In future he must
    • they bring to expression from their understanding of the super-sensible
    • expression of this in the sense world is, that whereas during past
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    • Nature, or history, does not proceed by leaps. The expression holds
    • it is the same spirit, expressing itself differently, which prevails
    • pronounce the name, used the expression the ‘Countenance of
    • there has come to expression in souls which were filled with this
    • gate of death succeeded — we cannot express it otherwise —
    • into feeling and experience what has been expressed in words and
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    • interests (though these interests didn't come to expression in
    • which of course in this first Appeal had to be compressed into
    • expression? — It finds expression in everything, from
    • most forcible, its most comprehensive expression in
    • actually takes place, or — expressed in this learned
    • expression in quite definite impulses; it finds its
    • immediate expression in the demand of the day for
    • men's souls and seeking expression in acts, — all this is
    • different behind; as I expressed it myself in my lecture, there
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    • you say when you say ‘fish’ is expressed by this sign.
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    • conflict. But you also know that this meeting is expressed in
    • reflex action on receiving an impression, and in this reflex
    • expresses itself as sympathy, as an activity of sympathy.
    • breast-system. The expression of these conflicting
    • expression of astonishment, of amazement.
    • everything in the world makes a feeling-impression on the
    • express the relation of feeling in some way. As a rule, you
    • the dog and say “bow-wow” — that expresses
    • expression for the world of feeling, for the relations of
    • fear, the feeling-shade of alarm. It is expressed by u,
    • the feeling that an external impression is to be warded off,
    • a resistance, this expresses itself in e. And if, again,
    • union, this expresses itself in i.
    • which expresses a stronger emotion than all the others. If you
    • veneration would be expressed by this sound. The sound, as you
    • expressed in vowels. All vowels express inner soul-emotions as
    • have had anxiety, you express it by u. One's own fear,
    • hand, to the quite elementary expression of human shades of
    • really is that sympathy which is expressed in the
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    • Press of the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.]
    • external. If, then, the impression is aggressive, if we are
    • we express this by shades of yellow and red. In an elementary
    • contiguity of the colours and I express a truth. In this way
    • arms are formed on the chair, etc. — should be expressed
    • dynamic element which is expressed in architecture. It is very
    • district. I expressly said: “I am saying something to you
    • expresses itself particularly in the child's third and
    • tyrannical impression, but should arouse people's will. When,
    • used to the mode of expression.
    • expresses the meaningful wisdom from which the world is built.
    • impression that music is only in process of creation, in spite
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    • that is expressed in nouns we become conscious of our
    • Eurhythmy is it fully expressed. Eurhythmy gives, besides all
    • life behind the sounds, but suppresses it. The ego performs a
    • constant Eurhythmy, and the Eurhythmy expressed in the physical
    • beautiful interplay of these two forms of expression. The point
    • group of people expresses itself. If you consciously penetrate
    • and which expressed in Hebrew, “I am that I am,”
    • speaking resumed. Thus was expressed by gesture the
    • consciousness. That is why a name of this kind was expressed by
    • a gesture. The real essence of language, then, was expressed by
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    • are very rich in consonants; much more is expressed in the
    • expresses the pointing to something that has been understood.
    • In Eurhythmy it is more clearly expressed. The simple stroke,
    • made, and the vanishing at the top is expressed by the smaller
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    • valuable result, which is constantly being impressed by italics
    • It ought, as a matter of fact, to be further expressed in these
    • interpretation of meanings but at a direct impression through
    • things, for it would create a very unpleasant impression
    • profound impression on the feelings and disposition.
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    • of referring to man, you produce in the child an impression of
    • outside, ought to be impressed on the child early and
    • show the child: that the cuttle-fish expresses itself less
    • rudimentary impression, through the feelings, of the
    • from the task of supporting it, expressing thus the most
    • repeatedly expressing it like this: “Man is placed at the
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    • development. It is expressed in the fact that the child, if we
    • spirit and soul and are expressed in the external world as
    • keyboard on which the telegraphic operator presses now for a
    • pressure on the keyboard. You know that the actual Morse
    • impression on a strip of paper, a point being seen on the
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    • reading should be done, and there should be far more expressing
    • is green.” Then you go on to form a sentence expressing
    • syntax with the children by forming sentences expressly
    • children write down the examples, too vivid an impression is
    • teach the child grammar or syntax from sentences is expressed
    • impression so that he is conscious of it. It is a very good
    • and expressed in the different languages — and, quite
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    • behaves in such a way that she brings to expression in herself what is
    • life of man. As we breathe in, we are continually pressing the
    • cerebro-spinal fluid into the brain: and, as we breathe out, we press
    • To express it roughly we may say: the child cannot yet breathe in the
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    • much the impression of being, of existence, and we must realise that
    • These elements, as I have described, find their full expression in the
    • soul is expressed and revealed in the body, so that on the one hand we
    • find revealed in the body what is expressed in antipathy, memory and
    • passed through the gate of death, and our future life is expressed in
    • We have a threefold expression of this sympathy and antipathy revealed
    • have nothing to do with real cognition but only with the expression of
    • Thus the human bodily form expresses how a man, even in his soul
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    • which does not yet express itself, which remains behind in the soul,
    • nature others which we can already perceive. These express themselves
    • as a picture drawn by Nature herself to express what existence holds.
    • death, is expressed in man in image form between birth and death. We
    • lesson came to an end, they went out to play. I had the impression
    • But they give a good impression of what the future has in store for
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    • soul activity comes to expression. For instance, let us look at the
    • to a degree of impression to which we react with disgust. This is only
    • a heightened impression of all sense-perceptions; you react with
    • disgust to the external impression. When you go to a place that has a
    • accompanies the feeling in the sense impression remains as a rule
    • there flow together thinking (nerve activity as expressed in terms of
    • the body) and willing (blood activity as expressed in terms of the
    • in the eye is very strongly suppressed.
    • In the sense of hearing it is less suppressed. Hearing has much more
    • came to be expressed in a historical phenomenon, because as soon as
    • longer express himself, the moment in which he passes through the
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    • sum of activities. These activities express themselves for us in the
    • his intuitions pressed upwards and this outer motion brought to light
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    • expressions, his crying, his baby talk and so on — you will get a
    • When we observe a child the impression we get of the child's soul
    • speak of stimulus, and they hold to the expression they form, but will
    • our senses on the periphery of our body, if I may express it rather
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    • up to all the impressions of the outer world. Even when there is a
    • impression on them, and they give themselves up to these impressions,
    • but they do not attend to them rightly; they allow the impressions to
    • with these impressions through their ego. And if they are not rightly
    • for a short time; he makes an impression on you. This impression
    • being to yourself, makes an impression on you like an attack. The
    • ceases; hence he can now make another impression upon you. Then your
    • impression upon you and so on. That is the relationship which exists
    • them. Thus the function of judgment becomes an expression of your
    • comes to expression in the life conditions of the etheric body. And
    • expression in conditions of consciousness. We can only speak truly of
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    • what is called conclusions. In ordinary life thinking is expressed in
    • could not express himself in speech unless he were continually
    • this fact. For it is the sentence which expresses judgment, and with
    • prayer. I once expressed this in a public lecture in the following
    • This can be expressed in another way. When the human being comes forth
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    • the vertebral forms. This made a great impression on Goethe. It drove
    • of the cosmos is expressed. You can only understand the works of the
    • ancients if you know that their work was an expression of their
    • presses its radii into the human form. The Greeks had a beautiful,
    • The same is also true with regard to all other sense impressions. As
    • sounds and into the other sense impressions. Here lies the origin of
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    • human system — which indeed is most clearly expressed in the
    • expression in the sense-world. This continual metamorphosis out of the
    • animal, streaming down from the head, is not expressed in the senses,
    • though it may sound, when you sit down and press your back against the
    • developed in this pressure.
    • When you stand up you live in the force with which your feet press the
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    • expression of something of great significance in the whole life of
    • formed as though it were pressed outwards from within, is
    • picture as pressed inwards from without through being turned inside
    • kind of pressure is being exercised, like the pressure on your
    • We see it pressing upon him from outside, developing, as it does so, a
    • and soul come to expression wholly as a bodily process within us. And
    • purpose — as in Eurythmy, where every movement expresses a sound
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    • expressed even in the form of the body. We have no understanding of
    • the human form unless we recognise the expression of this sacrifice to
    • we know that the words man forms actually express a tendency to become
    • limbs being pressed inside than remains visible outside — then
    • penetrated the teeth before the age of seven is now pressing into the
    • soul, so in the later years of schooling one finds pressing into the
    • rightful expression after puberty. This must be known.
    • Thus, just as the power to write and read is an expression of the
    • permeated with inner warmth is an expression of what the soul develops
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    • then one must accept the outer expression of the inner
    • are the material expression of this soul-spiritual element,
    • of these facts even if one only looks at the outer expression
    • expresses itself in different phases of life. Then one will
    • doing so we can have the impression that the outer occurrence
    • namely, actual outer reality, has been pressed out of the
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    • has its primary expression in the head, although from there
    • expression of this is that the rhythmic system is connected
    • metabolic system is the expression of the will, and the real
    • seen as expressed by the physical transformations that occur
    • the way they are used freely in gestures to express feelings.
    • to express the fact that our mental activity of comprehension
    • gesture expressing how wide something is. We have a feeling
    • represent symbolically what is expressed in relation to the
    • knowledge, we only have the possibility of expressing the two
    • Anthroposophic Press.
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    • observation of the sense world is — if expressed purely
    • our inner constructs — if I may use the expression in a
    • conscious functions are suppressed so that they fall below
    • forth. This suppression of consciousness, this entering into
    • first place, making his consciousness easily suppressible. In
    • consciousness is the reaction of the soul to the impressions
    • of the outer world; the actual impressions are beyond the
    • impression on us. Our soul then reacts to this impression and
    • Well, some sort of unknown outer world exerts an impression
    • turn exerts an impression on the optic nerve, and so on up to
    • impression.
    • express myself crudely). In the case of the eye, the
    • to use this expression; I will explain it in due course
    • one can inwardly bleed to death — if I may express it in such
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    • individual sensory impressions, the individual mental
    • the whole nervous system is an expression of a reality that
    • expression of imaginative cognition. Were Ziehen to consider
    • able to tolerate — if I may express it thus — the
    • which connected him with reality. What he impressed into his
    • ritual was what the world had first impressed into him. When
    • not exhaust itself in the outward expression I see before
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    • through externally since our birth. They do, however, express
    • something just as pictorially as memory pictures express
    • — expressed abstractly — it then leads a further
    • abyss, if I may so express it, but are caught and held by our
    • specifically suited to suppress the imaginative force. If we
    • that makes an impression on me and explains the b to
    • light on one another, expressing themselves as a whole. His
    • experimental situations and then see what is expressed by
    • I am telling you is expressed by way of comparisons, but
    • Expressed concretely, if one comes to an imagination of the
    • only the outer expression. We now recognize the nature of the
    • preparation by Mercury Press.
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    • system — if I may use such an expression — toward
    • favorable impression on the listeners. Its view of the
    • relationships, gave rise to the impression that here is
    • differently if records existed of a personality so impressive
    • received the impression, particularly as regards its methods,
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    • return to just a simple expression of truth. In our cultural
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    • express something that comes from inside of you. We can hear
    • have expressed to us, but there is a difference between them.
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    • means of expressing what the true nature of the Anthroposophical
    • expression. Anything that could be reported of the work and worries
    • though they had remained outside the Society, wanted to express their
    • expressing anthroposophical truths are not like words spoken elswhere
    • build another Goetheanum is being expressed, we need to be
    • expression of the Anthroposophical Movement in a much broader sense
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1963.]
    • expression in the threefold commonwealth. We had the sad experience
    • It is hard to press
    • my expression of gratitude to those whose hearts and hands helped
    • called for, these expressions of pain, as is the recognition of
    • feel depressed, but rather to summon up those forces of heart and
    • anthroposophically. Let me express this wish to you today, my dear
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    • on judgment-forming was expressed in connection with my lecture of
    • I keep strictly to what I have just expressed, and that it lies in
    • matter will find that the only time I express a judgment is when
    • weighing. The lecture makes this clear, and I expressed myself on the
    • expressing them, that one has taken all the pertinent facts into
    • expressed my intention of formulating what I have to say in such a
    • judgments that express spiritual-scientific truths.
    • weighted. All one has to do to form and express judgments about
    • this conclusion to oneself and not to express it. Indeed, one is even
    • should not express this kind of judgment on a spiritual-scientific
    • super-sensible things that is to find valid expression must be sent to
    • impression to have people come and say that spiritual-scientific
    • expressed the growth forces inherent in the things they thought
    • constant pressing through of super-sensible experience into earthly
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    • his heart. That is the reason I allowed myself to express it as
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    • its highest expression, he cannot help asking at the same time for a
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
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    • loss of a material expression of its being. But that does not apply
    • ideas receive their shaping as an expression of the spiritual
    • can express the weight of their grief and sorrow in the words,
    • our friends had good reason to express here. I heard someone say (and
    • pressing need for community building in the Society and the
    • to expression in the various forms of worship, either as ceremonial
    • is the same space; the feeling and impressions they have of it are
    • response to all the various impressions that the sense world makes on
    • express them theoretically, but instead grow into a sure belief that
    • thing we could do (I am just expressing my opinion, for the decision
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    • views about the same fact can be expressed there by, let us say,
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    • finding a mathematical formula to express the difference between
    • you will permit me the grotesque expression, one becomes stupid in
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    • sense-impressions enter us passively. Is anything essential added to
    • activity for thought, quite shut off from the outer impression.
    • He has expressed this view
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    • formation he grasped through this unexpressed talent for sculpture.
    • that one can regard the plant world. This comes to expression in the
    • and animals and the sculptor aims at bringing it to expression in the
    • has a far more intimate connection with colour than what is expressed in
    • for art. Nietzsche could not press on to all this for lack of nature
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    • however, bring such images to expression in concepts that are as lucid
    • I have described, and this will then also be able to find expression
    • in concepts. Today we are able to express ourselves in concepts; we
    • more complex image. If we try to express it in simple words, we need
    • to use the expression Dr Unger was using in his lecture this morning,
    • understanding of such figures. To use an expression that perhaps is
    • they attempted to find symbolic expression, in something that might
    • and perhaps slightly coloured by his imagination and expressed as a
    • This is based on the feeling that while Haeckel expressed his
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    • bring to expression.
    • had to try first of all and suppress all partiality felt for a friend,
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    • said, because they have to be expressed in thought forms that are accessible
    • as we learn to express in summary form what we experience in our spirit,
    • to Imagination, taking hold of something objective and coming to expression
    • Tr. by F.T. Smith. Rudolf Steiner Press.
    • Music. Tr. by V. and J. Compton-Burnett. Rudolf Steiner Press. Rudolf
    • Tr. by O. Wannamaker. Anthr. Press & Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co. 1940.
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    • impression that people create from two sources: on the one hand
    • thinking. This expression can easily be revealed as
    • transitory wisdom; with a wisdom which when expressed in
    • something appears out of a pressing urgency and point to these
    • Now the times are such that I can't express such a wish in what
    • conclusion: first I want to express the wish that what I have
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    • feeling of compassion, come from inexpressibly deeper sources
    • comes from outside, on sense impressions and experiences
    • awareness except in their effects — the expressions of
    • present. We arrive at the depressing fact that our life body
    • During this time, our impression is, first,
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    • well know, it was quite impossible to express openly
    • expression that sounds strange, perhaps, —
    • Petrograd is not troubled by the press agitation, and we
    • dread that is so oppressive, and that has compelled one
    • I have taken pains to express in narrow circles, where to
    • impression Goethe's world-conception, Goetheanism, made
    • Just think what impression a Buddha had, for example, on
    • different from what he expressed by his phrase “the
    • economic relations. For the change all came to expression
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    • of right, between — if I may so express myself
    • experiences everything that comes to expression in art
    • from the outer world. Certainly we must give expression
    • spiritual Spiritual Science must express it in these
    • Commonwealth, to which every man rives expression in
    • through which we express ethical impulses, impulses of
    • course of human life will be strongly impressed by the
    • about it that is quite paradoxical: expressing it
    • life before death and life after death, that expresses
    • warned you that these thoughts to which I give expression
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    • himself (if I may so express it) in face of the exertion
    • such an outlook as Mauthner's; and it has expressed
    • animal's backbone. That fact expresses clearly man's
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    • belief today is that his sense impressions stay somewhere
    • correct expression of the social order. Then he is fed,
    • their loyal expression. This lasts until death. Then he
    • ever before. Today of course the economic pressure which
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    • are expressed. It also is the sphere in which what we have
    • Indeed, we do not have a conception, an impression, of what is
    • something we can express only in an image: we find an empty
    • smaller. And that which is finally compressed, compacted into a
    • facts; then he compresses himself again, becomes ever smaller
    • live on earth, if the compressed spirit-globe could not unite
    • a metaphoric expression for a spiritual occurrence, but
    • “Two things have made a great impression on me: the
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    • shocking, terrible impressions for the seer who certainly has
    • catastrophe; for instance, they are run over by an express
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    • life of the soul, a certain expression in common use today is made to
    • cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of man
    • words to express what the soul goes through at this stage. One might
    • as during the life of day the soul is affected by impressions of
    • circulatory process are, if I may so express it,
    • in us, and this dependence is connected, if I may so express it, with
    • metamorphoses which come to expression in the visibility of the Moon
    • may express it in this way. Just as the soul of man is permeated from
    • expressing it, we might say it is like stretching out a piece of
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    • memorable impression upon us. We cannot get rid of the picture we
    • artificial, it fascinates us, gives the impression that it must,
    • this procedure you get an inner impression, a sentient impression, of
    • thought-being. He transforms himself into sentient impressions,
    • impressions in the life of soul, and while this is going on we
    • expression to them, with our speech and language. Language is the
    • present incarnation. As we have now heard, the first impression of
    • feeling, as a new kind of memory. The impression we get when this
    • impression comes from some being who once existed and who you
    • remembrance is what comes to us as a first impression of the earlier
    • means is something that transforms itself into an impression in the
    • impression of which — to use a different illustration—he
    • vivid impression of feeling; but if the impression of the landscape
    • came from an earlier incarnation the impression will be particularly
    • vivid. In the form of a feeling we can obtain a very vivid impression
    • of our earlier incarnation. And if we then observe such impressions
    • some such feeling is the impression made upon us by our earlier
    • incarnation; it is an impression of feeling, an impression in the
    • inner impressions which he knows were most definitely not received in
    • this present life. Such an impression, however, arises the same way
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    • fundamental character of our present age nowhere expresses itself so
    • everyone will immediately bring it to expression in whatever he is
    • oppressed? — Who would deny that a large proportion of the
    • a certain respect a kind of egoism — although it is repressed
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    • to and accept intimations that would become crass and crude if pressed
    • which in those times gazed behind physical existence and expressed what
    • The story narrates that he oppresses the city of Erech. The city turns
    • that gnaws at the very fibres of his soul. Under the impression of what
    • comes to wonderful expression in the fact that, as a result of the deeds
    • the impression: their deeds are anticipations of later actions by bishops
    • to expression.
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    • actually expressed what is described by Anthroposophy on the basis of
    • which emanated from the old clairvoyant knowledge and are expressed
    • quality of that kind of thinking which comes to expression in erudition,
    • Gilgamish gave the impression of a centaur to those who were capable
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    • there is the law of karma which gives expression to this causal connection.
    • the surrounding world in order to receive its impressions; he has had
    • are in a position to take in from the impressions of the outer world
    • has been unfolded through the outer impressions received by the ego
    • outer impressions and from working on them — a stamp which will
    • and the impressions it receives; he can give it all an upward orientation.
    • our outer impressions must be directed upward to the spiritual. But
    • outer impressions only, then we are not fulfilling our bounden obligation.
    • We fulfil it only when we are conscious that these impressions must be
    • the working of the ego with the ego in so far as the ego expresses itself
    • as one who always felt the urge to express in what lived in him in the
    • in tones” — this was one of Hanslick's favourite expressions.
    • what science ought to become: the expression of a divine-spiritual reality
    • external impressions for the sake of what is attained as we work our
    • from outside, begins to be expressed more and more in the form of the
    • purely human and personal. And this comes to its strongest expression
    • age see again — such an expression of the outer man living in
    • particular incarnation there expressed was preceded and will be followed
    • express in symbols what was coming in from divine-spiritual worlds.
    • to do, not with symbolism, nor with an expression of the purely human,
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    • means of expression for what is being thought This is evident from the
    • very fact that through our many different languages we express a great
    • express unequivocally what was felt in association with a particular
    • from the human personality in so far as it is an expression of the single
    • tendency is to suppress the concrete reality. Just think of the proposals
    • into abstraction, and concrete reality, which pressed on again to the
    • which comes to expression in personal form in the later course of human
    • of the expression of personality an the physical plane, and how then
    • Let Inc expressly emphasise
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    • the Apostate and of a later expression of this individuality in history
    • worlds withdraws to the greatest extent, while what a man expresses
    • expression to what was active in his soul, it was not his own egohood
    • This direct expression
    • stand two stages higher than man, what they were able to express by
    • nature than what the Angels could express through the ancient Indians.
    • of Personality (the Archai) express themselves. Hence it is in this
    • expression, the image, of Zervana Akarana, of the primal reality of Being
    • human intelligence; that is to say, it must come to expression in the
    • to expression. There, too, certain Beings made themselves manifest —
    • world, the impression will be less vivid. The point of time when this
    • as though impelled to express with the greatest possible precision how
    • expression in the connection of the Spiritual with the working of Nature.
    • It was also the starting-point of revelations which found expression in
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    • from super-sensible powers, is able to express itself in him in the
    • to expression the essentially human element, that which man can find
    • the essentially human element to expression. For this reason Greek culture
    • man, with the result that the whole man is an impress of the wisdom
    • life, this comes to expression in Neo-Platonism, a philosophy which
    • he says expressly
    • be able to come to expression in Raphael; for this power the Elijah-John
    • of Michelangelo! The impression made by the sight of the Church of St.
    • Peter upon men expresses itself in many different ways, and perhaps
    • as the death of the one who had given them expression in space. The
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    • mysteries of the world in those ancient times was expressed in
    • that the person not only makes an impression upon us from outside,
    • impression he makes upon our intelligence, upon our aesthetic sense.
    • talking about the impression he makes upon us from outside. We are
    • him need not tally with the impression he makes upon others.
    • clear that here the impressions made upon our intellect, our senses
    • externally; we express our opinions in a way that others can
    • judge him only by the external impression he makes, the Initiate can
    • painting the impression which the Initiate has of an acquaintance in
    • by the external, aesthetic impression he makes, by what our intellect
    • or our senses tell us about him; the impression can be understood by
    • and allow the impression he makes to affect us, the Sun and the
    • are merely means of expression for your karma. In everything of which
    • incarnation. The impressions make their way into the soul and are
    • have become susceptible to illness. These ideas and impressions work
    • expression to anthroposophical truths on such themes as life,
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    • of repeated lives on Earth was once expressed in German literature in
    • impressive words to which attention has often been called in the
    • intentions expressed at the Christmas Foundation Meeting at the
    • the impression of being an Initiate. But he himself, as well as the
    • — as we should say nowadays, using a rather unworthy expression
    • give the impression of having attained Initiation. When I speak again
    • once lived in these Initiate-souls to express itself. They are
    • was an Initiate in a previous life are obliged to express themselves
    • the intimate impression made by my geometry teacher upon those who
    • expression of it are an interesting study.
    • expression in our time, particularly in the famous Fourteen Points.
    • expression of the fact that esotericism must stream through the
    • then all Eternity mine?” But the expression of this Eternity in
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    • being of man stands within the Cosmos, gives expression to the Cosmos
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    • been impressing you so deeply, have a very close connection with what
    • beyond mere learning to direct vision, and he expressed this longing
    • experiences in the spiritual world. The difference might be expressed
    • thus: What is revealed from out of the higher worlds impresses itself
    • after death, if he is not able to express these facts in human
    • You can express the matter even more exactly, as follows. — You
    • actually expresses itself in the simplification of the convolutions of
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    • impressions I have gathered here in the school have prompted me
    • emerges directly out of these impressions. After all, the
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    • devised in such a way that through the unfolding and expression
    • impression that they were cultivated then as they are nowadays,
    • of man, with the sublimated expression of the rhythmic system,
    • light-permeated air but at the same time expresses an
    • so that what comes to expression in speech may again work back
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    • classes in the school I see a kind of depression, a kind of
    • eliminated. Actually, it may also express itself in artificial
    • consciousness, if I may so express it. This is only possible,
    • etc., is completely suppressed, but the combined working of the
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1967.]
    • pressure is made on an organ of touch. We therefore have
    • “false.” The expression “false” here is
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    • cyanides. There is really no commonly accepted expression for
    • express it in a grotesque way, from above downward we have this
    • sour look that anyone can tell from your expression that you
    • your facial expression while teaching. Your expression is then
    • face of a teacher has three main nuances of expression,
    • teachers should always be alive, inwardly expressive,
    • Steiner Press, 1981.] about meteoric iron, for instance,
    • no more impressive example than the legal case I just described
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    • expresses something occult as for instance in the statement
    • it thinks me. A long E expresses the reigning, weaving, creating Gods
    • in the world order and in men, and S spoken long expresses the wavy
    • we can again get to the point where we press into spiritual worlds
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    • impression of his physical shape that is, a shadow of his outer
    • ourselves in our etheric body so that we can press forward to
    • behold spiritual reality. The following verses express the
    • successively compressed in our rosicrucian verse in the ten words:
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    • expresses itself externally in the organ of the head and all that
    • expresses itself externally in the organs of movement, the hands and
    • feet. All that is expressed in the human being in this contrast
    • between sun and earth expresses itself in the same way in men and in
    • different degrees an expression of the spiritual that lies behind
    • in such a way that a true impression is made only by the head and
    • express this somewhat differently. The comet has not advanced to the
    • at this stage and, as far as present conditions allow, expresses
    • this, in its functioning, is an exact expression of the contrast
    • expressed in comet and moon works upon the human being. We must not
    • think that this contrast expresses itself only in what constitutes
    • impression of having come to a halt before reaching the normal,
    • expression is not quite apt, but we lack suitable terms —
    • feminine. We can also express it this way: as what is done by a woman
    • expresses itself with uncommon clarity.
    • to which the masculine and feminine principles come to expression in
    • aspect — has the task of impressing on human nature its own
    • This is how the working of the comet now expresses
    • there must also be something that changes the outer expression of the
    • arrive at the thoughts expressed in his Kraft und Stoff, it was
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    • express in this way: what is our task as human beings in any
    • soul. The impression that was for Moses an outer event, as when he
    • the pulpit, the powerful impression of his sermon is made clear to us
    • through his impressions of the burning bush and the lightning-fire on
  • Title: True Nature: Lecture II: The Second Coming of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • how could this be presented to us more impressively than in the story
    • overwhelmingly powerful impression made by his sermon is
    • Solomon-epoch was responsible for bringing to expression the inner
    • will succeed in suppressing its intentions. Then, of course, those
    • — has the task of impressing human nature as a whole in
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    • we express this through, In Christo morimur — with the
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    • Culture will greatly impress Europeans, for since it goes back to
    • mankind's memory and that this fact makes a deep impression on
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    • previous day. If we suppress all of this and let our thoughts still
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    • that the material existence is only the expression of spiritual
    • cannot realise that the material is only the expression of the
    • spirit. That which Goethe expressed corresponds to a real being
    • of spiritual life by which this spiritual life is suppressed.
    • compression, these demons work on the human being who is minded
    • unsubtle, so compressed, that it is as it were only a material
    • With it, I do not want to say that the impressions that appear
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    • writing more exactly, you get the impression that this booklet
    • proceeds in such a way that we get from outer impressions to
    • he tears a part out of that force which expresses itself in the
  • Title: Curative Eurythmy: Lecture 8
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    • has been expressed for me to expound somewhat further upon curative
    • on the other, of the metabolic nature which, when expressed in terms
    • expression in the soul as will, and bodily its expression in the metabolic
    • Thus, what is of a volitional nature and finds its bodily expression
    • representation which finds its expression in what I would like to call
    • results. They then find physical expression in what manifests as ordinary
    • this speech; one can bring everything linguistic to expression through
    • process which can take place through eurythmy. I cannot avoid expressing
    • as was expressed in their final sentence: everything which has been
    • to the front. If I were to express schematically the activity going
    • expresses itself in the consonantal element. That can be reinforced
    • for example, it should be a case of suppressed heart-lung function which
    • the legs pressed against one another. That is an extraordinarily curative
    • comes very forcefully to expression in the intestine: when one gets
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • may express it in this way — actually to overcome the tone's
    • “I sing” was not the appropriate expression. It became
    • post-Atlantean epoch and with it the ability to express major and
    • embryonic development and today expresses itself in our movements and
    • — if I may express it in this way — and we have ascended
    • felt it; in order to express it, we must word it like that —
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    • expression referring to vision for an experience that has to do with
    • instrument. He had an impression, an imagination, as it were, of a
    • akin to an expression of the word. One sang, but this was at the same
    • human feeling. What is expressed in harmonies is experienced by human
    • Anthroposophic Press, Spring Valley, N.Y., 1971.]
    • the major third. The facts of human evolution are expressed in
    • these forms express the experience of the fourth or the fifth.
    • harmony through rhythm into willing — finds emphatic expression
    • expressed in the arms. All percussion instruments — or those in
    • the musical element is expressed in the third part of man's
    • piano could become an expression of the musical element. Naturally,
    • from the impressions of the piano if he wishes to experience the
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • direct impression. We are thus in a quite special position in
    • expression imposed upon the poet to the level of mere prose can
    • Filled with expressible bliss, in which I
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    • blood-circulation. In a mature man the ratio expressed in the
    • against the solid material facts (to adopt an expression from the
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • poetry expresses man’s yearning to stop at the syllable and
    • The earl pressed after; the monster
  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • I was particularly impressed with all this recently. (I have often
    • as it approaches mankind, expresses itself to some extent in the
    • leaf, which, wrests itself out of the Earth and presses forward into
    • things which are the expression of forces that have grown to harmful
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    • belong. This mood expressed itself through the feeling that there had
    • men were civilized. They might have expressed it as follows: We men
    • One of the ways in which this mood expressed itself was through the
    • years, becoming thicker and thicker, and how this expressed itself in
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    • i.e., impressed upon the etheric and physical bodies — and then
    • world-order — is pressing in upon him. The vicarious Deed of
    • been impressed into the etheric and into the physical body.
    • had a definite impression of this remarkable fact, and the Initiates
    • He finally realizes that an altogether different world is pressing in
    • moral expression very different from the natural order. If we could
    • reality men will not look; they will not press forward to that
    • nowadays is an expression of the fact that a higher condition is
    • impression from any talk of the spirit as the simple old uncle in the
    • our studies to a close, not however without expressing a wish that
  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • this differentiated development express themselves
    • physical expression of this conflict between those two kinds of
    • expressions of the soul — but it does live in the body,
    • of will expresses itself from within in conflict with a
    • weakness: it refers rather to the counter-pressure that is
    • overrun the human organism, the counter-pressure is stronger.
    • child, the outer expression of which is the change of
    • been deeply impressed by the passage in Shakespeare :*
    • old Mystery- teachers expressed themselves somewhat
    • differently: they expressed things more concretely. They
    • not so powerful as that, but I must express il more radically
    • outwardly gives the impression of beauty. Such things
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • in the deepest and most worthy sense, we make use of the expression
    • made use of the expression, “O man, know thyself!”
    • was the spiritual expression of a spiritual being in which the town of
    • expresses the spiritual striving of humanity at the stage with which
    • expressed; we shall see that there is expressed in it what the
    • expressed in the Egyptian form of religion was very profound; it was
    • figures, but are the expression of real beings who, at the time of
    • this divine spiritual part. This conviction is expressed in numerous
    • very important; by giving material expression to force forms in space
    • the disposal of the child, in order that the spirit can express itself
    • soul when departing; the Greek temple is the expression of the divine
    • the physical form, the victory over death, is expressed in the Cross,
    • the upward-streaming feelings they express; not such feelings as are
  • 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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    • patient had been suppressed. Temple sleep had therefore a very real
    • however, it necessitated the suppression of the ego, as in
    • that when he did anything it made an impression upon his spiritual
  • 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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    • the expressions physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego are
    • expressed in the activity of the spiritual content of the sunbeam
  • 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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    • — that which finds expression in the “Spirit of the
    • development would have been compressed into one incarnation; whereas
  • 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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    • time; but, to make use of a trivial expression, they had not then such
    • within itself; it hardened in the blood which is the expression of the
    • consciousness find expression?
    • express something different by this.
    • We here have something which the Greek wished to express in his own
    • way. That which was south of him he expressed in the faun type. That
    • stock, he expressed in the sublime idealistic Zeus type.
    • expression, in forms of art, to the great conceptions of the world.
  • 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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    • external bodily form immediately expressed it, therefore man appeared
    • one could find one's fellowman through the expression they gave to
    • such expressions? What are the physiognomical expressions of passions
    • fire-mist) the shape which was the expression of that passion. A large
    • occult perception on his environment can express his feeling
    • which are expressed in these animal shapes.
    • These are the expressions of passions, and working in them we find
    • many places, we have an expression of these mysteries, just as
    • just as the impress of a fossil points to an original reality, so the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • the expression of certain spiritual beings connected with a material
    • expressed its nature in the words, “He who does not forsake
    • vegetable, an animal, and a human existence. Plato expresses this in a
    • expressed in the horizontal position of the spine. Man's position is
    • expressed in tones, and that one who can raise himself to Inspiration
    • development of plants, each separate flower is the expression of the
    • of sound; in these figures we have the expression of the sound that
  • 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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    • expression of the fact that indirectly through the astral body all
    • express it, because they could no longer find the way to man.
    • This idea is expressed in the meeting with the Valkyre, and is
    • which they might have expressed as follows: What we have to treasure
    • We see the feeling developed in them which they might have expressed
    • constellations. They felt the stars were an outward expression of the
    • an expression of Divinity; man began to look for wisdom in things of
    • which expressed the union of spirit with that which is physical. This
    • physical plane; this was expressed in the strong consciousness of the
  • 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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    • expression of the spiritual powers lying behind it. We learnt also
    • passing from the night to the day.” It is impossible to express
    • understand the expression, “from the night to the day.”
    • unworthiness as an expression of the Deity, who looked on it as a
    • the shades,” it exactly expresses the feeling of that period.
    • his knowledge with him; and this is what the expression “To die
    • expression of what Christ can be to a transformed world when in the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • understand them. However had the impression this division into castes
    • only as the bodily expression of the spiritual sun. Just as the eye is
    • the expression for the power of sight, so to the Egyptian the Sun was
    • emotion is already aroused. The Greek legend of the Sphinx expresses
    • This is what is expressed in this peculiar symbol. Allow me to
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    • Raymond has expressed it quite bluntly: “When one
    • express myself abstractly to begin with, think of the sphere
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    • development, might truly be expressed in mathematical and
    • directions. In Polar regions the sunlight represses man's
    • Earth represses his inner powers. We thus see a certain
    • expression in the Tropics, in the Temperate Zones and at the
    • express itself in such phenomena as asthma. Study the complex
    • see the direct course of the year expressed in the successive
    • take into account the qualitative impression which such
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    • his eyes to the outer world to receive sense-impressions. And
    • life continues through the winter. But it expresses itself in
    • comes to expression in the life of plants will find
    • expression in man too. In what way will it do so? What we
    • to receive the impressions of the outer world. In doing so,
    • day and night, impressions are made upon our eyes by day, and
    • no impressions are made by night. You can apply this also to
    • alternations, solar and earthly, expresses itself in
    • brings to the Earth comes to expression in the soul-life of
    • sense-impressions or the like.
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in soul and spirit; the
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in the physical-corporeal life,
    • the realm of soul, less impressed upon the body. From this
    • it has only impressed itself deeply into the body.
    • experience, — a soul spiritual experience pressed more
    • 28-day period impresses itself inwardly in the realm of the
    • that is expressed in this picture as being in reality a
    • as an expressive gesture something that can, after all, also
    • calculate its path, but in this path I see an expression of
    • Moon an expression. of a life of soul. In all the movements
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    • inclinations, if we try to express them in a single concept,
    • the Commutative Law. It can be expressed in saying:
    • law is the Associative Law. It is expressed as
    • the so-called Distributive Law, expressible in the
    • law may be expressed as follows: ‘A product
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    • are expressed by our Astronomy in geometrical forms and
    • expression ‘fertilized’; we shall soon replace,
    • spinal cord and brain are stepped, is pressed upward. You
    • undergone. What comes to expression in these 28 days as a
    • result of erstwhile our impressions is no longer contained
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    • thoughts, the human faculties of knowledge find expression,
    • only found fully conscious expression. Men were perplexed as
    • otherwise confusing outer world. The Realists (an expression
    • wolf-nature, expressed in the general concept
    • civilization too; it only came to expression most clearly and
    • realm of actual sensations or sense-impressions — as
    • can truly say: What is now pressed back towards the North
    • events on Earth appear as an expression of cosmic happenings
    • question of rhythms and the rhythms are expressible in
    • make little impression on the people of today, for they are
    • relations between numbers than these that find expression in
    • made a deep impression on him. As we go back in the history
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    • knowledge is made up of the sense-impressions we receive and
    • sense-impressions in our inner mental life. Rightly and
    • what lives and works in this realm will find expression
    • eye, one of the organs giving us impressions of the outer
    • world, — sense-impressions and also what gives them
    • form and contour. These impressions, received through the
    • makes a similar impression? We find it in the process of
    • into what finds expression in this most sensitive of
    • by no means easy to express in mathematical form.) In a
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    • you will allow the expression — learned from the time
    • expression, while with the comets something contrary comes
    • quantitative expression of something qualitative — the
    • force of pressure occurs as regards ponderable
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    • we express this
    • expressed in some other way), we always obtain corresponding
    • of precisely such a character as is expressed by the equation
    • the connection of what comes to expression in the head with
    • what comes to expression in the metabolic system. It is
    • exactly the same as what is expressed in the relationship
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    • inner space of the tubular bone, this compressed inner space,
    • way, it comes to expression most clearly in the bones; but in
    • have something, — if I may so express myself, —
    • something is expressed of the celestial sphere, and that
    • order. (It has nothing to do with the expression
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    • more compressed, but the appearance is still that of a loop,
    • account that in man's organized (if I may so express it)
    • itself — to Nature. Try to express in equations, this
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    • expression in the movement of celestial bodies. We want to
    • condensed and pressed together, whilst in the pair of ribs
    • compressed and the space lessoned in the vertebra.
    • express it — is enhanced by Venus and Mercury. As
    • to expression something that bears directly, not indirectly,
    • Mercury will somehow find expression in what in man too is
    • finds expression in the path and movement of the Sun, to all
    • in perspective (for here again we must express it with great
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    • ideas — from sense-impressions.
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    • express myself with caution, as you see. We have no right to
    • imagine that they find expression. Form and formation of the
    • expression in that the plant gradually falls into
    • figure, but this symbolic figure, tends to express more
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    • Sun and Moon and Earth, finding expression in some way in man
    • Cassini curve. This is in fact only another way of expressing
    • passing impression): If this be so, the human organization is
    • comes to expression approximately — if you go into the inner
    • the reality, but that I ought to express it quite
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    • express myself with caution — any criterion to tell
    • expression in his immediate experience, man has emancipated
    • surface of the Earth, finding its symptomatic expression in
    • of time, if I may so express it. We put ourselves into the
    • process finding its characteristic expression in curves that
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    • suctional. Positive matter exerts pressure, negative suction.
    • of Earth and Sun. If I press here with my finger, there will
    • arise over this surface the force or pressure whereby the
    • ponderable matter presses against me. The counter-pressure
    • Imagine a surface here pressing against the human being,
    • — or against which he is pressing. Here you already
    • ponderable pressure from without inward and of the
    • which gives you the conscious sensation of pressure.
    • express what confronts us in the planetary system by means of
    • finds expression in that we set the cathode on the one hand,
    • would not find it so very difficult to press forward to
    • express the wish that all these things, which I can only
    • end Sun, — the same contrast which finds expression in
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    • described as chaotic, but all the same on the up-grade. I expressly draw
    • goes on producing more and more protoplasmic cells. These press upon the
    • translations have been acclaimed by both the press and scholars. Today we
    • people have begun to press where it is a question in the universities of
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    • — I say expressly at the present time, and particularly in this
    • expressed in the deeper lying impulses.
    • technical conferences. People foregather there with the express purpose
    • very strange expression — the expression "talking shop". Time is
    • today not only expressions of ill-will, which are frequent enough, but
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    • is a fellow longing for the suppression of all professors. But no, that
    • is not the case. I most certainly do not long for the suppression of
    • cultural achievement, but which is nothing but the most depressing
    • political and spiritual life in the economic life, and how what presses
    • those from Germany, — I don't know how this is to be expressed
    • experiment, these people having in mind, in the most depressing sectarian
    • way, a little area where depressing seedlings of egoism could be made to
    • for the most part only a depressing capitalist individualisation. To
    • else, however, that I would impress upon your hearts: Don't bury your
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