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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • modern man that we come up against two paradoxes, as I should
    • against the paradox, and find ourselves saying: If thinking has
    • knowledge they could not gain for themselves.
    • Once again, let me mention one of many. Here we have an
    • these in a little while. But before doing so, and again simply
    • who had damped down this organism, did in fact gain pure
    • spiritual worlds. That again is no way for the present. Anyone
    • use a muscle over and over again in continuous exertion,
    • or again in
    • again make a mental image of him — the configuration of
    • about the way in which mental images gained from external
    • will, what is usually experienced rather passively. Here again
    • end, so that you must direct attention over and over again to
    • beyond them, gaining an attitude of indifference to them
    • knowledge of nature, knowledge of spirit can be gained, this
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • again we know only through observation — what actually
    • inner guard against anything which, deriving from an
    • over and over again. Depending on predisposition, it may take
    • them from consciousness again. However, one must develop this
    • regaining his body and acting just as calmly as before: there
    • we gain an image of our passage through the gate of death; we
    • friend Knebel, gain an inner wisdom of experience, simply
    • needs to be said over and over again: just as one does not need
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • below. And human observation can scarcely presume to gain
    • knowledge, in gaining a place within the soul, took on a
    • were admitted all the insights into the spiritual world gained
    • gain a certain spiritual vision by modern methods to find that,
    • although they do gain glimpses of this spiritual world, these
    • world. If we later wish to regain this contact, we cannot
    • physical being; for if thoughts are to gain some permanence as
    • sense. He always has to make a certain effort to attain again
    • therein lies its vitality! We are brought back again to life as
    • conquer these doubts and uncertainties again and again
    • spiritual world appear, only to vanish again at the next
    • described as those gained from modern science — not just
    • present epoch. Yet what we gain in thinking techniques
    • decades for certain kinds of knowledge. Again, it is
    • This again was not so for those in ancient times in the Orient
    • explore only by regaining spiritual vision.
    • gained by initiation in a deeper sense. But everywhere we can
    • again. Here, once more, we can be guided by what we have gained
    • overcoming pain and suffering within ourselves we do gain
    • by a new spiritual science we rise to an outlook that can again
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • example. These concepts were not gained by examining external
    • Against it, we may set the particular outlook that has
    • approach nature again. If as botanists we have used the
    • again we shall have to retune if we want to move on to direct
    • comes to us from the Orient. In other respects again, we are
    • against the old-established ones of the East. And in every soul
    • as we can see once again if, with the research methods of
    • experiences gained-through perceptions, and of other
    • Even in Buddhism, which gained a far greater influence on
    • world's development. Man must never again escape into spiritual
    • Against what I have thus described as the spiritual geography
    • hear again and again and must recognize as having characterized
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • once again, human knowledge is limited when it comes to looking
    • do without? — Those who gain great inner satisfaction
    • organic process, and then appears again in an altered form.
    • our humanity, that we should there come up against the concepts
    • we have absorbed from outside. Here again, we must look
    • against the curious fact that, by making ourselves increasingly
    • the cosmos allows us to penetrate it to gain super-sensible
    • who take pleasure in such things can gain an extraordinarily
    • outside world, we can once again conjure up this world before
    • usurping the concrete world-recollection? Once again, we
    • militates against such a reconciliation. For in recent
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • Again, when we look with an unprejudiced eye at the way in
    • again to vital thought, by which in fact we can penetrate not
    • and the conscious life of the soul can again acquire today.
    • — will regain the ability to look fully into the child's
    • against the person concerned, but simply to characterize the
    • gained. Certainly, it is only by apprehending the spiritual in
    • this way that we can gain the strength to cast aside old fears
    • technology gives us, gain moral impulses as earlier men
    • away from it. We can only gain our moral world, therefore, by
    • and over again. We can understand it. But in another sense we
    • must gain an understanding of society as soon as possible, in
    • sphere, and that moral and religious impulses must once again
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • of gaining a conspectus of these variations.
    • civilization must be seen today against a world
    • operations one could gain the favour of these gods, or their
    • What they were actually asserting we again become capable of
    • demonstrated in the last few days, the world-memory men gain in
    • this is the time when mankind must regain, at a higher level,
    • again and again with the deepest riddles of man and the cosmos,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • when we comprehend this can we gain an understanding of the
    • individuality to the full. Once again, then, the same
    • can experience this once again when we come across views that
    • gain a strength of soul such that, when we contemplate the
    • human individuality against the forces in its spiritual
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • the emergence of social prospects when man is able once again
    • because you have gained his confidence in other ways —
    • source, however, is not the intellect but the will. Again
    • and again we can see American writers pointing to man's will as
    • When the West has brought forth spirit once again, and when the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • envisaged as a sort of nostrum against the chaotic social
    • class or any other social grouping. And again, if you look for
    • historical study of law? Against such a study Nietzsche's
    • against the historical sense, in order that, from these forces,
    • being can always do so again if only we find the right
    • and over again — the social organism, whether small or
    • a movement to shape the life of the spirit once again as
    • Here again, however, the fact is that, simply through its
    • campaign against it, as conducted at present, reveals an
    • come up against the fact that, although the individual does
    • nineteenth century who argued ingeniously against the view that
    • people once again found themselves face to face with a
    • man gains a spiritual life that is rooted in truth only out of

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