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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • scientific point of view): How can we, from the standpoint of
    • pointing to what is noblest in our human nature, we feel
    • from the philosophical standpoint here expounded he certainly
    • the scientific view of life points beyond itself. It must take
    • will not go into that now. The important point is that there is
    • the standpoint of our modern knowledge of nature. It has no
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • let alone theoretical, problems. But that is not the point. The
    • point is that these experiences take hold of the subconscious
    • us dejected, so that at no point can we properly come to
    • unknown to us at the very point in physical life where it
    • With regard to this particular point, a series of works have
    • standpoint of ordinary consciousness, these books are
    • philosophical standpoint that I do will never for one moment
    • This point, too, has been made by a modern psychologist who for
    • methods will take us only to the point they have now reached;
    • you from the standpoint of a philosophy of life that
    • saying to himself at a certain point: Why shouldn't this
    • philosophical standpoint from which I speak definitely
    • development, and indeed from the point of view of this
    • arrives at the crucial point, how his thinking, from what I
    • There is another point to consider, however, if you seek to
    • spiritual viewpoint I have established will conclude: noble and
    • although one can become one up to a point — to be able to
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • own particular standpoint, from which they can deploy
    • really have very few points d'appui in the study of
    • efforts to reach this point of view.
    • point we are struck by an image that can symbolize history: the
    • at a given point from what lies a little farther upstream, but
    • forces that may come to the surface at any point, and may throw
    • too, human history seems to point to unspoken depths, to
    • point in childhood onwards. To this state of mental permanence
    • views on the spiritual sphere to the point of experiencing
    • is certainly a great disappointment to many who struggle to
    • There is another point, too. This modern spiritual vision
    • should like to point to just one more of them, since it will
    • which we cannot easily understand simply from the standpoint of
    • or others, we find that their standpoint has grown out of the
    • you how a single pointer can reveal the way in which the Middle
    • encountered this pointer some forty years ago here in Vienna.
    • made a number of important points; and he then said something
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • but it is more important to find a specific point of view for
    • world. From his standpoint, the view of man and the view of
    • “ideology” points to something that must inevitably
    • on this particular point. I prefer to pass on the opinion
    • standpoint also was needed at a certain stage in human
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • bearing on this point could be given.
    • certain point in their consideration of the human cognitive
    • line at a certain point; and their approach to this point is
    • is from this point of view that I should now like to raise the
    • himself without limit, to the point where the deepest
    • reflecting device. And it is right, from the point of view of
    • have developed our logical faculty to the point where it
    • However clear our consciousness is up to a certain point in a
    • given process of knowing nature, at this point it really goes
    • is this? It is because at this point there must come into
    • capacity for love, from an intellectual standpoint. But what do
    • each of its separate parts points to the relevant moment in the
    • illustrate my point. The so-called Kant-Laplace theory, now of
    • drop. A miniature solar system forms, and from the standpoint
    • space, to rotate the cloud. This point, however, has been
    • evidence. At this point, it is as if all life on earth is
    • the standpoint of the world-memory that appears in ourselves,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • treat these various standpoints exactly as if someone were to
    • standpoint to the views put forward here are familiar to me,
    • another point. We must clearly understand that the function
    • take hold of immediate reality at a particular point, yet
    • remain elastic, so that they can move on from this point to
    • charge is without foundation. The point of this philosophy is
    • another point, too. We may reach the age of thirty, forty,
    • standpoint of most people in social life today is like that of
    • point to this self-spiritualizing development of the human
    • point. They may well lead someone or other to say: Of course,
    • point of all these social ideas? Here in Central Europe the
    • this point, we may say: today, we need not merely a formulation
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • the war, at least — always this pointed reference to a
    • the Englishman, from his standpoint, calls “academic
    • this point, our attention is drawn to a historical
    • point to a certain aspect of Marx as a historical
    • whole from the economic standpoint. And when its exponents had
    • The essential point, however, is that we can see quite clearly,
    • still be observed today points back to times when the Orient
    • point of departure lies in the relations that the old
    • can point to such things if our aim is to direct attention to
    • Looking at human history from this standpoint, we shall find
    • this point, however, we become aware of something that must
    • Here we may point to something that can be regarded as a
    • today, any undertaking is viewed, in point of fact, in the
    • the Great War, a notable Englishman pointed out how
    • beginning of my observations today. But he points out something
    • the human soul that in the most intimate way points continually
    • solution when one could only point to the thought that emerged
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • my lectures here, I have pointed out more than once how our
    • long way in human development. Specifically, I pointed out
    • individual human being? And here, from the standpoint of
    • spiritual life and civilization. Let me mention a point that is
    • is pointing to something in the aesthetic sphere — the
    • been said from various standpoints about the significance of
    • significant in it. But the point that above all others is still
    • is rightly pointed out here that the specific shape of the
    • also pointed out that modern capitalism, for instance, is
    • said, and from one point of view rightly said, the unprejudiced
    • not what really matters. In the same way, I must point out that
    • point of view, it displays, in the last analysis, no interest
    • significance. I pointed out that, with a sound
    • Well, up to a certain point it would indeed be desirable if
    • the individual — today we can point to labour; in the
    • deficiencies of our time. From this standpoint, too, we
    • is from a standpoint such as this that we must consider whether
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • but from the standpoint of a knowledge of man, can only talk of
    • at this point it must even be admitted that, when it does
    • the present, however, the most important point is not really
    • man's relation to existence as a whole. On this point, it is
    • speak from a party viewpoint, to provide the people with
    • reveal at every point that it is not something that can be
    • simply to observe that even this point was understood. It was
    • my point of view, however, it was really an illuminating
    • an extraordinary amount. Today, we can point to all the things
    • not the point; the point is that we should be capable not only
    • point to the element of natural creature active in man.
    • and again we can see American writers pointing to man's will as
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • point of view, was the profound misunderstanding it met
    • the central argument was taken to be my main point. In order to
    • point today in simply advocating some particular Utopian
    • standpoint, we cannot help concluding that, although it
    • would be easy to point to a great deal that should be
    • seek, everywhere in the human organ, ism, the points at which
    • alongside the constructive ones. Yet at the point where these
    • Leibniz. If from this standpoint you consider
    • When we look at spiritual life from this standpoint, we can
    • ones. But that is not the point. What we work out, we can
    • in fourteen admirable points. It was shattered immediately it
    • fourteen abstract points — which were the product
    • essential point, however, is that in the first place capitalism
    • there, people pointed out various things in it that were
    • point must be noted, however: when Montesquieu in France
    • it is merely a division. He points out that the three sections
    • we can also point to the fact that the impulses which
    • contradictory at every point. It involves the repeated

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