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#6 Value Of Science (Rudolf Steiner) 04:39
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http://philosophyoffreedom.com/ Philosophy Of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner
#5 Wholistic Science Serves Life (Rudolf Steiner) 02:50
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http://philosophyoffreedom.com/ Philosophy Of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner
#1 Individual Life (Rudolf Steiner) 02:54
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#1 Individual Life (Rudolf Steiner)

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Free Study Course at http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/ We live in the age of individuality. There is great Interest in social change that supports individualism. Rudolf Steiners "Philosophy Of Freedom" was written for our age. It was written for those striving for individuality. "The Philosophy Of Freedom" begins by giving twelve principles of individual life. SHAKE OFF AUTHORITY An individualist makes an energetic effort to shake off every kind of authority. INDIVIDUAL VALIDATION Nothing is accepted as valid unless it springs from the roots of individuality. LEADERLESS STRIVING You do not look for a hero to follow, but find your own way. INDIVIDUAL IDEALS You will not allow ideals to be forced upon you. INDIVIDUAL WORTHINESS You are convinced that in each of us, if we probe deep enough, there is something noble and worthy of development. NONCONFORMITY You no longer believe that we must all strive to conform to a common norm. PERFECTION OF EACH No one will be left behind. The perfection of the whole depends on the unique perfection of each single individual. UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION You do not want to do what anyone else can do equally well. Because you are unique, your contribution must be something that you alone can offer. CREATIVE EXPRESSION You assert the right to creatively express what is unique in you, without being concerned with suppressive rules or social norms. DYNAMIC LANGUAGE Your writing does not conform to the standards that grammar demands. INDEPENDENT You do not want to be dependent in any way. FREEDOM These are the principles of individual life. This is what freedom looks like. If you support freedom for all, the Philosophy Of Freedom is for you. http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/
1-1 Application Of Freedom Rudolf Steiner 04:20
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1-1 Application Of Freedom Rudolf Steiner

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http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/ http://philosophyoffreedom.ning.com/ The Philosophy Of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner Chapter 1 Conscious Human Action Section 1-1 HE ABILITY TO KNOW WHY YOU ACT Freedom Of Indifferent Choice 1-1 Understanding the drive for freedom and autonomy is a key to knowing why you act. Freedom unfolds in stages of human development. The first stage of freedom we will examine is the Freedom Of Indifferent Choice. The struggle for autonomy appears at the age of two with the word, "no". "No, let me do it!" The life of a child is non-stop action. What matters is free movement without barriers. A sense of freedom is felt simply as the power of willfulness. Pure willfulness is indifferent to reasons. The doer is immersed in action without knowing or caring why he acts. This is called the Freedom Of Indifferent Choice. It occurs when you choose indifferently, wholly at will, from among several possible actions. Indifference is neutral and without preference. This is an arbitrary choice, not based on any particular plan, or done for any particular reason. A childs freedom of indifference can become a young adults lack of direction. When indifferent to reason, risks are taken and rules are broken. Action is impulsive. Without being fully conscious of what you are doing, life just happens to you. This is where free will precedes reason. Lacking the effort to reason, indifferent choice has no moral character. It is about being autonomous, not virtuous. In the undeveloped state, it can also express itself as a rebel without a cause. Freedom is pure action as seen in todays anti-hero action characters. It is the ability to do good or evil indifferently. The end always justifies the human cruelty. In politics, indifferent choice can mean having no preference in choosing between truth and lies. Success is sought through willfulness alone. Willfulness is a steadfast adherence to an opinion, purpose, or course of action in spite
Rudolf Steiner: What Religion Calls God, We Call The Idea 05:10
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Rudolf Steiner: What Religion Calls God, We Call The Idea

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/ for free Rudolf Steiner Study Course. This video explains why the religious and spiritualists are so out of touch with the real world. It points out that spiritual dualism leads away from grasping reality. Spiritual dualism is when you believe in two separate worlds, a spiritual world in the Beyond and the external world we live in every day. In fact they are united, which is a monistic philosophy. The spiritual is the idea within reality. By seeking this you live within reality. GOD RESTS The loftiest idea of God is the one which assumes that God, after His creation of the human being, withdrew and gave man completely over to himself. Rudolf Steiner, Goethean Science VI Goethes Way of Knowledge God led His creation only to a certain point. From there He let the human being arise, and the human being, by knowing himself and looking about him, sets himself the task of working on and completing what the primal power began. Rudolf Steiner, Goethean Science IX Goethes Epistemology HUMAN FREEDOM So it is not the human beings business to realize Gods will in the world, but his own. He carries out his own decisions and intentions, not those of another being. Rudolf Steiner, Chapter 10.8 (Hoernle) Philosophy Of Freedom The moral world order is through and through the free work of human beings. The moral laws which the Metaphysician regards as flowing from a higher power, are the thoughts of human beings. Rudolf Steiner, Chapter 10.8 (Lindeman) Philosophy Of Freedom We reject any metaphysical influence beyond the reach of the intellect that cannot be experienced conceptually. Rudolf Steiner, Chapter 12.8 (1988 stebbing) Philosophy Of Freedom LAWS OF NATURE The divinity has merged with the world. In order to know God, human knowing must penetrate into the world. The laws that our mind recognizes in nature are therefore God in His very being. Rudolf Steiner, Goethean Science XI Relationship of the Goethean Way of Thinking to Oth
#3 Rudolf Steiner Game Show - Thinking 09:18
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#3 Rudolf Steiner Game Show - Thinking

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for discussion and study course about Rudolf Steiner. The "Philosophy Of Freedom" CHAPTER 3 THINKING TO KNOW THE WORLD Our last show was about the illusion of duality, and how knowledge gives us true reality by discovering the idea that objectively corresponds to our observation. The tool that enables us to discover ideas is thinking. In this show we examine thinking by means of introspective observation. THINKING 1. We are free to think or not think. If we choose to think, what is the purpose of thinking about an observation? Thinking discovers the concepts that correspond to the observation. 2. What do we gain by thinking? By discovering the concepts that correspond to an event, we can predict what will happen. 3. Is feeling on the same level as thinking? To think and form a concept I must be active and make an effort. With feeling I am passive --as a feeling is something that just happens to me. 4. When a feeling is aroused in me by an event, the feeling is about me, my personality. When thinking is kindled by an event what do I learn? Thinking is not about me. I learn nothing about myself, but instead learn about the event. 5. If you decide to think, how do you do it? When thinking about an object my full attention is turned to the object, I am absorbed in it. I pay no heed to my thought activity, because my attention is on the object I am thinking about. OBSERVATION OF THINKING 1. How do I observe my thinking? The observation of thinking consists of two steps: First create thought, then observe thought. I can never observe the present thinking in which I am actually engaged. Instead, I recall a past thought or earlier thought process to examine. 2. While the observation of objects, and thinking about them, are everyday occurrences that fill my life, why is the observation of thinking a kind of exceptional state? The exceptional state is to apply the same attentive observation to thinking that we use
#2 Rudolf Steiner Game Show - Duality 09:03
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#2 Rudolf Steiner Game Show - Duality

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for discussion and study course about Rudolf Steiner. CHAPTER 2 THE DESIRE FOR KNOWLEDGE In our last show we discussed the illusion of freedom, and how knowledge gives us true freedom when we know why we act. In this show we discuss the illusion of duality, and how knowledge gives us true reality by discovering the idea that objectively corresponds to our observation. The desire to know is a basic need. As a child we felt the inner harmony of the universe in our heart. We felt ourselves to be one with the world. But we lacked the clarity of that unity that thinking gives. The illusion of duality occurs when we grow up enough to have thoughts. Then the mental process splits reality into two parts: the outer perceived world and our inner thought world. By having our own thoughts we lose our childhood unity and become independent of the world, confronting it as an individual. Dissatisfied with this separation, we spend our life striving to regain the lost unity of our childhood. DUALITY 1. What is the fundamental cause of the illusion of Duality? Reality appears as a duality because of the split between the perceived-world and our thought-world. 2. How do we overcome duality? Knowledge overcomes duality by transforming the world-content into our thought-content. 3. The religious believer seeks knowledge in the revelations granted by God. What is a barrier to overcoming Duality for the Religious? Blind faith in the revelations of religion leads to a dogma of revelation, then knowledge cannot be gained, only faith in some one or some thing. 4. The artist seeks to mold his ideas into his material to reconcile the separation. What is a barrier to overcoming Duality for the Artist? The artist uses feeling and sensitivity to create, but without thinking the artist may not be aware of the ideas that drive him. 5. The scientist seeks the laws of phenomena by thinking about his observations. What is a barrier to overcoming D
#2 Rudolf Steiner Game Show 07:47
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Rudolf Steiner: The Invention Of God And Religion 04:55
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Rudolf Steiner: The Invention Of God And Religion

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for the free online Rudolf Steiner Study Course. The existence of a divine world order is a creation of the human mind, but this fact is not clear to the human being. He does not recognize that the content of this spiritual world order has sprung from his own mind. He invents gods in his own image and lets the world be ruled by them. The truth is that he projects his inner nature into the outer world, and then subordinates himself to this, his own creation. One finds countless people who believe they are governed by gods. Yet, there are no believers who do not independently and over the heads of the gods, judge what pleases or displeases, these gods. It would not be acceptable for a religious person to set himself up as the lord of the world. But this does not stop him from determining, out of his own absolute power, the likes and dislikes of the god who rules the world. "We will not live by your commandments, we are free." Moses: "There is no freedom without the law." "Whose law Moses, yours? Did you carve those tablets to become a prince over us?" Moses: "Who is on the Lords side, let him come to me." One need only look at the character of the religious, and one will find my assertions confirmed. Is there anyone who proclaims the existence of god and does not, at the same time determine in quite exact detail what pleases god and what god finds repugnant? Every religion has its wise teachings about the cosmos, and each religion also claims that its wisdom comes from one or more gods. If one wants to characterize the standpoint of the religious person one must say: He seeks to judge the world out of himself, but he lacks the courage to take responsibility for this judgment. So he invents spiritual beings outside himself that he can saddle with this responsibility. Such considerations seem to me to answer the question: What is religion? The content of religion springs from the

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