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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • into Central Europe, a Russian who, being influenced by Central and
    • Western European views of life, represented a wonderful blend of the
    • within the peoples of Western Europe there has gradually come to expression
    • 'I' in people of Central Europe; while the Russian people of Eastern
    • Europe are waiting to Develop the Spirit Self. One could say that in
    • prevailing in Western Europe.
    • the Eastern European will have developed his true nature. It will then
    • European, as he develops the Spirit Self, will ascend to the realm of
    • the Hierarchies just as the Western European descends to the kingdom
    • is to be found today in Eastern Europe, but is as yet not able to come
    • only when spiritual science, developed in Central Europe, becomes absorbed
    • into Eastern European culture. What is as yet experienced only instinctively,
    • in Eastern Europe, as life in spiritual reality, will then find expression.
    • by spiritual science, i.e. that the European peoples are in reality
    • consciousness soul placed next to one another. In the Central Europeans
    • the ‘I’ comes to expression and the Eastern Europeans prepare
    • of Eastern Europe merging with that of Central Europe.
    • of Russia to Central Europe. This was soon after Austria's annexation
    • for stabilizing relations between Central and Eastern Europe the Russians
    • of Central and Eastern Europe. When I now mention the name of the Russian
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • — this distinguished and unique representative of Central European
    • which are now, in Central Europe, considered to be enemy country. She
    • or else ‘good’ Europeans. There was the glittering world
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • several decades ago in a Central European city. There was an important
    • in relation to events in Europe. However, one thing is certain: no documentary
    • whirlpool, of spiritual impulses surged through Europe. That has to
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • European cultural development,
    • the eastern part of Europe the possibility will first emerge for man
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • fact they are also taken seriously within Europe; though we, with centuries
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • mental work necessary must be a joint effort of all Europeans
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • they would have been in Europe; even the color of their skin
    • the West or in Central Europe, is very far from the truth. A
    • Central Europe intellectuality has become widespread. The
    • to acquire the intellectuality which other European peoples
    • or any other European language, people would find it deadly
    • emerged in the rest of Europe where mysticism and
    • Europe, and will emerge expressing the characteristics I have
    • were emerging in Europe. An attempt to understand them can be
    • Europe, England and Prussia were allies; opposing them was
    • danger of complete chaos in Europe. In fact, when the
    • history of Europe. At his side was a woman who already as a
    • Czars — all the European powers received a Russian
    • to see peace established in the whole of Europe. To this
    • constitution of Europe. The war which is a result of these
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • a new civilization-epoch was preparing in Europe. The
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • That is why the Western Europeans, who have to resort to
    • less awake than Western or even Central Europeans. That is
    • European. It does of course relate to people in the West, but
    • the average Central European will side with the Poles. A
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • the Central Europeans the I, while the Russian people are
    • knowledge of the forces inherent in the peoples of Europe.
    • existed an exact knowledge of the peoples of Europe and their
    • of the peoples of Europe were saying that the dominance of
    • insight is essential especially in Central Europe. If one is
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • Eastern Europe. We in Central Europe are placed in the middle
    • Eastern Europe is very little understood in Central Europe
    • and not at all in Western Europe. How many discussions are
    • what is happening in Eastern Europe! Recently I read about an
    • through a stage resembling the one Central and Western Europe
    • said, in Central and Western Europe more faith, more of a
    • Eastern Europe. Thus Eastern Europe must be passing through
    • its Middle Ages whereas in the rest of Europe reason and
    • progressed. The Eastern Europeans will have to catch up with
    • that is something which never existed in the rest of Europe.
    • Western and Eastern Europe is in particular for Central
    • Europe a pressing necessity. Unless attempts are made to
    • between Eastern and Western Europe, basically because what
    • We have in Western and also in Central Europe what might be
    • in Eastern Europe, or when it appears there, it is an
    • Western and Central Europe is, to put it bluntly, concerned
    • Europe has produced comparatively few such utopias, strictly speaking,
    • none. Some may have appeared in Central Europe because these things
    • adopted to some extent in Central Europe — is that what
    • Eastern Europe have a natural inclination to restore to the
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