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- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
- designate as the ancient Indian, we may ask: Which age in the
- ancient Indian cultural epoch.
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
- to the fact that during the first, the ancient Indian epoch,
- ancient Indian epoch, the dependence persisted, and this is
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
- Indian culture. There was at that time a complete absence of
- they were different from those in India and different again
- ancient Indian culture developed the way it did through the
- could not have been transferred to ancient India or vice
- living and real as those of the ancient Indian patriarchs who
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
- first epoch being the ancient Indian, the second the ancient
- By ancient India is not meant present
- India, for in general all geological, astronomical and
- The Indian civilization was followed by the ancient Persian
- “Ancient India is not the present India, for generally
- that ancient India is to be understood symbolically even
- India. Because he reads that imaginative knowledge, the first
- India, the object of that knowledge, is itself only a symbol.
- situated between Australia and India. (Thus a concrete place,
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
- Indian epoch, at the beginning of which mankind's age was 56.
- that in the first, the ancient Indian epoch, man developed
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