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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • because of the conditions which then determined man's
    • the other hand, that because it cannot itself arrive
    • Yet the attempt must be made, because more and more people in
    • Precisely because his breathing became fully conscious,
    • Because of man's constitution at that time, however, it was
    • have a different effect, because of the change in the human
    • something we cannot do: because our thinking is dead and
    • processes in the animal. Because our thought has now become a
    • because of our make-up, we could not help also experiencing the
    • because the perceptions with which external nature
    • with mathematics what otherwise stands outside us. Why? Because
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • element within him. It is precisely because he is certain of
    • his spiritual substance and because he cannot help seeing in it
    • riddles to him just because he is fully conscious of the mental
    • the outside world. And just because man sees in this life his
    • effective cause of the physical; others believe that we
    • precisely because of the scientific character of this
    • intellectual modesty. I call it intellectual modesty because
    • sphere of the soul, but because morbid structures exist in the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • way of looking at human history as cause and effect does indeed
    • But because it developed from the ordinary life of the
    • own. Yet just because we perceive what inner rigour and
    • precisely because people in the West attempt to distinguish
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • applied to the outside world, because of their vagueness, their
    • “It is,” because he feels its existence as if it
    • that unfolds its causes and effects in time, the world, that
    • because, in transforming itself into mortal man, the spiritual
    • sensory replica here in the physical realm. Because the soul's
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • discernment of the limits of natural knowledge, because these
    • whole life, and on what we are in life because we can love, we
    • is this? It is because at this point there must come into
    • abstract idealist may regard as something base in man, because
    • only need to make a comparison with ordinary memory. Because
    • Because in ordinary consciousness we are unable to reconcile
    • — because we know how our own human heat in its
    • and have a support, because they cannot float about freely in
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • And this was only natural, because we nowadays live in a
    • great importance, precisely because of its inner structure, for
    • it means in England itself. In England, simply because of the
    • dryness, a certain enthusiasm. This because people felt: at
    • of freedom at immediate moral impulses. Because we are faced
    • intuitions precisely because in our contemplation of the
    • this, because our knowledge of nature has had all this refined
    • as did the earlier instinctive one. Because we can
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • background. This is because our present-day structures,
    • They cling to them because, in these souls' subconscious
    • times, we must also realize that, because other branches of
    • the same time, it is true that — because in the whole man
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • statement as striking precisely because it comes from Herman
    • necessary for us to look more deeply into the causes of the
    • these causes can only be economic ones, we shall still have to
    • because man in his natural state and thus uneducated was
    • because at that time man was regarded, if only instinctively,
    • connection with tragedy how — because the same word was
    • great spiritual advances have been possible only because we
    • making of every key and every lock gave pleasure, because the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • show them that this is because in fact, from about the
    • mistake he did because he was only familiar with modern
    • modern proletariat. An illuminating experience, because you
    • because you have gained his confidence in other ways —
    • can't really understand what you say, because so much of it
    • more deeply for the causes of the difficulty. And here once
    • inadequately understood, because fundamentally it is
    • is this? It is because, when you have scaled the peaks of
    • their eyes light up, because they feel that here is something
    • have had to demonstrate to you, then, that because of the very
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • with on every side. This was because it was promptly classed
    • few days. Anyone who, just because he is compelled to mould his
    • moribund forces, forces of decline, because men with their
    • spheres simply because someone or other has made some
    • life, you will come to see that, because spiritual life has its
    • because theocracy, coming from Asia, developed into a political
    • the other can be his authority, because he needs what the
    • social life as a whole, because this social life cannot survive
    • attributing the crises to a single chain of causes, whereas in
    • very varied causes.
    • other hand to give rise to crises because capitalism results in
    • fraternity should have been put forward. Because it was

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