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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • it would take a great many words to survey the triumphs of
    • great. It means that we must look upon thinking as something
    • shall attach the greatest value today is precisely one that has
    • Nowadays, when we look out at the world, we attach the greatest
    • centre of our consciousness, with a great effort of will,
    • find the systematic exercises described in greater detail
    • then does one see what a great service the so-called
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • great problems in life, but life itself. They become the happiness
    • different form, to psychology itself. It would need a great
    • may say: for psychology, also, the great riddle of the
    • Now, however, a very great deal depends on our carrying over
    • greater strength gradually; and just as at first we
    • greater inward power, will be able to see further in the
    • great is external appearance and the laws we discover in the
    • us light and warmth; noble and great is our experience when we
    • inner law would be even nobler and greater than what we
    • which, here too, will discover greater and more potent laws;
    • but greater still is what is present and goes on in the
    • eternity, of the great riddle of the human soul, and thus of
    • psychology and to the great riddles of existence in relation to
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • who gave simple expression to so much that men find great and
    • differentiated whole, a great deal has to be discovered about
    • is certainly a great disappointment to many who struggle to
    • this change the expression of great transformations in human
    • earth. We can perceive this presence in a great philosopher of
    • what was Goethe's great longing when, with what I would call
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • semblance, the great illusion, maya. It would, however, be
    • great non-being, maya. But this in turn gives a particular
    • Even in Buddhism, which gained a far greater influence on
    • maya, and experience of the great illusion, the great
    • great value that, even though we may treat it as senile, we
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • appeals, from Schopenhauer and others. A great deal of material
    • do without? — Those who gain great inner satisfaction
    • so great that the mystic will believe he is drawing from the
    • clouds, mere illusions. In these exist the greatest value we
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • great importance, precisely because of its inner structure, for
    • introduction. People at present talk a very great deal about
    • the day, the misery of the moment is so great that,
    • something. Never was there a greater perplexity in a society
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • The greater part of public affairs is left to individual
    • great importance, which affects all the social structures of
    • — though in fact it has not been realized to any great
    • throughout the world are very much greater still, and that only
    • so many of these, a great deal survives in a disguised form, so
    • the Great War.
    • West, which in turn has adopted, to a greater or a lesser
    • something that later became a great flood, the influx of
    • the Great War, a notable Englishman pointed out how
    • to the great enigmas. Through civilizations that
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • before the outbreak of the Great War, or during it. His
    • peninsula jutting out from a great continent.
    • secret places have exerted the greatest conceivable influence
    • subjugation of large numbers of people. A great deal has
    • properly, we shall naturally find a great deal that is
    • — became the great social question round which countless
    • it has on a sick man, if used in greater strength.
    • this light a great deal of labour within society which, though
    • great battle that is being fought over the division of labour
    • great spiritual advances have been possible only because we
    • There is a great deal of talk nowadays about the necessity of
    • association with others. But here precisely is the great
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • There are, of course, self-deceivers, on a greater or lesser
    • great deal nowadays depends on whether the man who has to
    • — into the great modern means of acquiring knowledge of
    • time, played a much greater rôle in mankind's
    • should be like today. In primary education today, a great deal
    • linked with the great cosmos.
    • large number of men, we may hope to attain, in not too great a
    • great deal from those with scientific education, you set
    • in the West, or was at least until the Great War. Attention has
    • Then came a great mass of humanity who made will
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • disturbed by the social aftermath of the Great War, I published my book
    • would be easy to point to a great deal that should be
    • widespread in life and results in a great deal of
    • decomposition. And man owes a great deal to them. To overcome
    • a given year will have changed so greatly, twenty years later,
    • Thus, in the social order that existed before the Great War,
    • help one a very great deal in the spiritual sphere, is not
    • right that the three great ideals of liberty, equality and

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