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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • data given us by observation and experiment, and to work them
    • to confine itself to the working-up of natural processes and
    • when, more than twenty years ago now, I worked out my
    • the man. How this works I can only suggest by means of an
    • for whose shaping you have to work on yourself for years on
    • working creatively, one which — and here I must say
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • With regard to this particular point, a series of works have
    • science. And Richard Wahle went on to work out these ideas
    • many years lived and worked here in Vienna, and who will never
    • the first volume of his unfinished work on psychology, he asks:
    • who sought to apply to his work the strict scientific method of
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • historical development to work on us. In this way, by a
    • will find that the Greek sculptor did not work from a model as
    • Greek civilization was still at work, we can see that even
    • Ages the student had to work through the seven liberal arts, as
    • to draw attention to a work which has just appeared in Austria
    • element of more recent origin, if we work our way up to a
    • looking at the works of art he found in the South, he wrote to
    • the sight of the Southern works of art he wrote to his friends:
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • work on earth (and already briefly characterized in these lectures)
    • When this dream-like spiritual life works on us, however, and
    • workings of nature and the world, affects us, it is often
    • in its life, diversity and imaginative working to the soul's
    • Yet track them we must, if we wish to observe nature's workings
    • senile, but certain of its features still work effectively in
    • important work, The History of Civilization. Buckle, he
    • and overcoming it through work, activity, and the vigour of the
    • work can do its task in the development of the world.
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • employ in the sciences and work with in ordinary life were able
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • man, into a human attitude of mind, provide a framework within
    • other men, and work among and with other men, and that he
    • work of instruction and education.
    • among a wide circle of the working class. Anyone who looks
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • working-class. What he constructed from them is a system of
    • right down to their terminology and the workings of their laws,
    • commercial framework, so that in this way too the second
    • — associations of metalworkers, printing trades
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • doing the work. The masses merely formed an appendage to the
    • audiences of working men, I saw a good deal of evidence that
    • about social problems in a working men's club. A man came
    • another working men's association (I am giving one or two
    • are, simple workmen; but as such we want all our
    • man should work, devoting to society his physical strength. The
    • how the work fits into social life as a whole. We can certainly
    • conceive of a man doing a job of work that is fundamentally
    • uneconomic in the social order. The man may work hard and may
    • believe that he is entitled to payment for his work; but when
    • his work exists in the context of an inadequate social system,
    • printed; a tremendous amount of work is involved in the
    • more: work is being done here which, I would say, disappears
    • into thin air. And if you consider how much work has
    • the product of his labour, even when his work lies in the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • relatively easy to work out, on a would-be national basis, any
    • his work-people, so that he comes close to them by really
    • could see people working in factories for months on end, in an
    • attempt to get to know the life of the workers. There have been
    • so completing their work in society, have gone among the
    • working people and been astonished to discover what it is
    • existence of the workers and the masses in general, often
    • impressively presented through works of art and literature,
    • that the leaders should know what goes on among the workers or
    • some years a teacher at a workers' educational college, where I
    • resistance on the part of a worker to understanding, when
    • the workers' educational college. One of the workers' leaders
    • teaching staff of that workers' educational college. From
    • mankind today are employed in such a way that their work cannot
    • basis of the various trades — there are metal workers'
    • present with work that turns them back upon themselves.
    • what confronts a man when he is alone with himself after work
    • widest possible circles, that even people whose work is
    • working hours in order to pursue their genuine and human
    • thrown back upon himself, as the working-man is and very many
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • part what mankind has worked out intellectually and embodied in
    • that they could work out rationally which are the best legal
    • need only look at Rotteck's work to see how the idea of natural
    • together in a committee, in order to work out the best
    • work out how education should be organized and just what should
    • will — and I say this without irony — work out
    • ones. But that is not the point. What we work out, we can
    • these teachers were to work out pedagogic aims and issue
    • yearn for a natural authority. We can see this at work in the
    • When people realize this, they become social reformers and work
    • speaking in Germany to a fairly small group of working-men



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