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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • carriers of mental activity, the nerve and sense
    • his whole mental activity. In what direction did he alter it?
    • the building up and spiritual energization of mental
    • mental activity, by observation and experiment, on to a higher
    • processes flow into one another. We make a mental image of the
    • again make a mental image of him — the configuration of
    • a mental image of the animal — out of the inner life
    • man. Instead, we have first to extract our ideas, or mental
    • advanced to vital thinking, we do indeed form a mental image
    • still, but now it is a living mental image, of the
    • about the way in which mental images gained from external
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • acknowledges the mental as such, regarding it as a result of
    • riddles to him just because he is fully conscious of the mental
    • when we fall asleep, when the mental and psychic experiences
    • by a sense of the powerlessness of his mental life in face of
    • overtake mental experiences when man passes through the gate of
    • of mental life.
    • mental life and by the darkness into which we feel our spirit
    • — believe that we must regard the mental as the really
    • the mental only as a kind of effect of it. The unsatisfactory
    • corporeal processes are parallel to mental ones, and mental
    • processes to bodily ones; one can only say what mental
    • mental.
    • mental life in the eyes of ordinary consciousness. The most
    • reaching any significant conclusion about mental life, and that
    • still more clearly in his Mechanism of Mental Life. We
    • mental life. The ego, the psyche, everything that earlier
    • discover something about what are usually called mental
    • spring from them. In this way, experimental psychology has come
    • deny that experimental psychology is completely justified,
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • point in childhood onwards. To this state of mental permanence
    • this mental activity, there is no incorporation into memory in
    • ways of thinking we have obtained from a fundamental study of
    • nature and by immersion in a fundamental natural science. No
    • will conclude: our thinking today is fundamentally
    • civilization, fundamentally we have to adopt a quite
    • and what we call religious experience. It is a fundamental
    • thus turning, within the mental endeavour of today, to a
    • Greece. And, fundamentally, Greek philosophy can only be
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • fundamentally the same as what he bears within him. Yet he
    • bearing within us faded, shadowy and, in fact, mental images of
    • mental structures do establish themselves in the life of the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • anthropomorphism, that is of taking features of human mental
    • remember, we shall fall victim to pathological mental states.
    • We must be mentally, physically and spiritually healthy in this
    • — is infinitely far removed mentally from matter.
    • our mental experience with what goes on outside in the material
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • epochs and indeed, fundamentally, still arise today —
    • does he become conscious of his freedom. To all mental
    • definite attitude to life as a whole, physical, mental and
    • it as a kind of mental bone-system. Until then, we actually
    • mental bone-system. Yet our entire social life, which
    • and would like to manipulate life, are fundamentally
    • fundamentally to say that what can be stated about the methods
    • even if the widest range of physical, mental and spiritual
    • physical, the mental and even the spiritual sphere, can be
    • fundamentally, we ought to devote ourselves exclusively
    • today to believe that, without fundamental social thought and
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • just with a phenomenon like this, how fundamentally the mode of
    • Rome. It is at its most monumental here in this picture in
    • fundamentally the English way of thinking differs from the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • that the spectator is brought by tragedy to mental
    • in this way the spectator in his mental life escapes from the
    • as a physical, mental and spiritual whole; in the
    • conceive of a man doing a job of work that is fundamentally
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • the masses in general. Fundamentally, very little depends on
    • unions, printers' unions, and so on — fundamentally they
    • modern highly-developed intellect is, fundamentally, a late
    • Something elemental reveals itself in such a man, welling up
    • — something elemental which, in Europe today, is quite
    • inadequately understood, because fundamentally it is
    • brain as subordinate, as something which, fundamentally, has
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • the fundamentals of spiritual science, as will be apparent from
    • fundamentals, not the surface phenomena of social life that we
    • present; the elemental forces that live in man must revolt
    • overreaching; fundamentally, it is always seeking to encompass
    • the economic sphere. And this not in a sentimental manner, but
    • the fundamental questions of social life today are these:



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