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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • religion were not yet sundered from one another. It carries us back
    • religion. Men did not look upon religion as a separated branch of
    • their culture, but they still spoke of religion, even when their
    • life. That very concern itself was raised to the level of a religion,
    • for religion shed its rays over every experience which man could
    • have. But this archetypal religion was inwardly very strong, very
    • overflowed into bold forms, and religion was one with art. Art was
    • the daughter of religion, and still lived in the closest ties of
    • religion and its daughter, art, were at the same time so purified, so
    • enthusiasm for what as religion overflowed into artistic form, then
    • daughter of religion, and she too lived in close family relationship
    • — science, art and religion — and lost his balance as a
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
    Matching lines:
    • religion were not yet sundered from one another. It carries us back
    • religion. Men did not look upon religion as a separated branch of
    • their culture, but they still spoke of religion, even when their
    • life. That very concern itself was raised to the level of a religion,
    • for religion shed its rays over every experience which man could
    • have. But this archetypal religion was inwardly very strong, very
    • overflowed into bold forms, and religion was one with art. Art was
    • the daughter of religion, and still lived in the closest ties of
    • religion and its daughter, art, were at the same time so purified, so
    • enthusiasm for what as religion overflowed into artistic form, then
    • daughter of religion, and she too lived in dose family relationship
    • — science, art and religion — and lost his balance as a



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