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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • carriers of mental activity, the nerve and sense
    • nerve and sense processes alone; they are always permeated by
    • harmonization of the nerve and sense processes and of
    • nerve and sense process in a fully conscious way, the
    • colours, pure sounds, pure qualities in the other senses, but
    • made sense only within my organism. In some such way as this,
    • experience, as the sense of self is for us, and quite another
    • sense-organ,” or rather a spirit-organ, just as
    • through our ordinary senses we look into and listen to the
    • I want to say is simply this: that, in the same sense in which
    • in the soul, in a more spiritual sense than they were formerly
    • provides us, through the senses, for observation and experiment
    • quantitative mathematics, in the broadest sense, that can
    • can look with our external senses at the physical form of
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • by a sense of the powerlessness of his mental life in face of
    • in the true sense of the world a spiritual being, he is
    • experience, if I may so put it, is a sense of the powerlessness
    • feel it informing our senses, feel too that our psychic
    • outside world and our senses, which are of course physical and
    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • the psychologist experiences his sense of the powerlessness of
    • mind's experience. Everywhere there obtrudes a sense of the
    • then become clairvoyant powers in the sense in which I spoke
    • spiritual world, just as with the ordinary sense-organs it can
    • senses.
    • the senses. Man today, seeking to know the spiritual, does not
    • the ideal of the life of the senses, with its intensity and
    • consciousness when it has to forgo both sense-impressions
    • ordinary man with his healthy common sense who is a sober
    • can sense this with his ordinary consciousness. But the science
    • sense-organ” (to speak loosely) or a spiritual
    • “insight” in its literal sense) into the way the
    • so with ordinary common sense one can perceive what the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • the ordinary sense, but a momentary contact with the spiritual
    • sense. He always has to make a certain effort to attain again
    • in the modern sense.
    • When we try as modern men in this sense to find our way with
    • times that are “historical” in the sense that they
    • the revelation of the spiritual world in the true sense of the
    • sense of what is operative in a people's language — of
    • the observation of nature in the modern sense. The
    • art that Goethe sensed when he said: “The beautiful is a
    • common sense and a sound, spiritually informed eye, you
    • gained by initiation in a deeper sense. But everywhere we can
    • self may become a sense-organ or spiritual organ; and we
    • changes. He arouses a sense of the past; he seems like someone
    • who live between the two must allow the world of the senses to
    • of nature? His artistic sense transformed itself naturally into
    • spirituality in Goethe's sense. This is what he meant by
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • in immediate revelation, as they appear to the human senses and
    • senses observe directly, what extends in space and time, and to
    • establish is far removed from what the senses observe.
    • that it is not reality in the same sense. If he did not
    • world is reality, and the outside world, that of the senses, is
    • sense he must admit that in what extends in space and time he
    • exists in the external world of the senses, a replica of the
    • concrete in its individual forms as the world of the senses in
    • replica of the world of facts and of the senses. Now,
    • to our senses it is sensuous and physical. And when all this
    • ancient Orient sensed that the spiritual world is a reality
    • assumed the most varied forms — we can see how the sense
    • it faded, this sense of inhabiting a spiritual world; and this
    • sense of maya at which the Oriental finally arrived. And in
    • and world of the senses as maya — world of the senses as
    • the sense that it is a true and faithful replica, a
    • in no pejorative sense); in the Middle region, as he thinks and
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • the sense in which we must in fact be men, if we did not
    • senses, the intellect and the logical faculty) must call a halt
    • intensification of the sense of self. What happens is
    • the sense of self. The sense of self has its own strength, and
    • self-discipline in relation to the sense of self, and at
    • the world, in the modern sense, by turning many familiar
    • extent that the whole man becomes a kind of sense-organ, or
    • recall how selfless (in a material sense) the human eye must be
    • material sense, as we are accustomed to do in exact science as
    • Many people already sense the nature of the secret pertaining
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • right; in a sense, it must always be mistaken as well.
    • sense-organ, similar to what I have called a
    • sense; but we came to feel at home in what we thus
    • the spiritual organism or “sense-organ” he becomes
    • such a knowledge, we develop a fine sense for any impediment to
    • of modern times, must pay for in the sense that our purely
    • and its social needs in this sense.
    • and over again. We can understand it. But in another sense we
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • in a sense, the ideal economic and political organization
    • when there was as yet no sense of purely external natural law
    • appear to be confronted with laws in the later sense of the
    • ask: In what sense do human souls cling to such structures?
    • become — in the Greek sense, it is true — wise men,
    • time, in the sense that it reproduces what was currently felt
    • German one — in the sense that I indicated at the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • sense of gloom that was to be experienced in the years just
    • sense of self, a sense of personality that is still quiescent
    • individual who still lacks this sense of
    • experiences it as in a dream, without sense of personality.
    • can, in a sense, regard the entire Ancient East as
    • strengthening of his sense of self and his inner security of
    • the sense of self. From an awareness that the soul was not then
    • attuned to a sense of self, and that such a sense still
    • social duty to foster the birth of this sense of self in
    • strong sense of community persisting in Plato's ideal state,
    • individuality in the fullest sense.
    • strong sense of self. These tribes acquired the important
    • with a still subdued sense of self, into complete
    • self-consciousness and a full sense of self. For the brilliant
    • them, as the central feature of their being, this sense of
    • thus making its appearance in human development, the sense of
    • higher psychic sense, man experienced something that also finds
    • a later age already had this sense of self, and needed to
    • way from a highly developed sense of self into the social
    • this sense is taken over. We are, however, also reminded
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • really seem like — and in a sense even are — the
    • sense, but in a general human sense — must spread among
    • This can be sensed by the very man who today is thrown back by
    • outlook, a philosophy of life in the sense
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • have mentioned. My purpose was to attempt, out of the sense of
    • ideas to the spiritual world, acquires a true sense of reality,
    • against the historical sense, in order that, from these forces,
    • the one hand, then, there exists a definite sense of man's
    • astonished at the amount of common sense that was generated.
    • fact is that, in the economic sphere, common sense, which can
    • more the sense of human personality, which experiences them as
    • towards the capacity for abstraction. You can sense how
    • our age, where common sense is so commonplace, men can come



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