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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • and entirely with that of the Roman Catholic Church. Only the
    • the element of Romanism, and thought from out of this element
    • of Romanism, while at the same time he thoughtfully in the
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • prevailed throughout the middle ages. The Roman consciousness
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • and entirely with that of the Roman Catholic Church. Only the
    • the element of Romanism, and thought from out of this element
    • of Romanism, while at the same time he thought fully in the
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • the middle ages. The Roman consciousness essentially provided
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • Romanism and Freemasonry
    • Romanism and Freemasonry
    • spiritual truths. The Roman Catholic Church, for instance, is even
    • world which the Roman Catholic Church wishes to rule.
    • the Roman Catholic Church are not aware of such things! They are of course
    • by the spiritual worlds from the year 1879 on the Roman Catholic Church
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • thoroughly abstract nature of the Romans. We have now to ask: What
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • Roman history a hundred years later. History says really nothing
    • — in the Greek and Roman worlds, in Africa, in the West of
    • outlook of the first Roman Emperors, the Julians, of whom the very
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • of the Romans — Tertullian makes use of it with a true
    • and holy passion. Although he is a typical Roman who expresses
    • himself as abstractly as any other Roman about what is
    • inner force, and in such a way that while using the abstract, Roman
    • is also a man of independent spirit. He says to the Romans, to whom he
    • what you as Romans have introduced into the world is in keeping with
    • his fellow-Romans); that is precisely what the Christians do not
    • Romans) because they are trophies of victory, and trophies of victory
    • Tertullian to the Romans. He was a man of independent feeling. And
    • And Tertullian said other things, too, for instance: When you Romans
    • events we have here a remarkable personality who, as a Roman,
    • confronts his fellow-Romans in the second century. This personality
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • whereas in the previous epoch, the Graeco-Roman, human evolution ran its
    • Mystery of Golgotha, while Roman Catholic modernism has tried —
    • the Graeco-Roman epoch. It was not before the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • the old Roman Empire, where people were ignorant of the fact that
    • Augustus, the first Roman Emperor.
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • at the reality, we must ask: Among certain Romans there was a
    • what exactly did the Romans want to preserve?
    • points of distinction between the Roman and the Greek outlooks —
    • Greece. However similar the Roman attire was to the Greek, a Roman in
    • the fall of the folds of the Roman toga, quite in contrast to the
    • nature, though not in rhetoric, and the Roman rhetoricians, among
    • flooded the Western world as so-called Roman law. This Roman law
    • soul-warming substance of speech. The frigidity inherent in Roman law
    • has been the cause throughout the world of Roman law being related to
    • what the Romans felt prior to the Augustan age, as the physically
    • towards ritual. See how just those spirits among the Romantic writers
    • it did not allow itself to be rooted out. So it is that Romanism, by
    • be regarded as spoken in a Roman Catholic way. Thus it has taken a
    • supersensible, or with mere rhetoric, which is a legacy of Romanism,
    • the ghost of Romanism. And if, when we speak of sacramentalism and
    • healthy ritual, just as the Roman pulpit rhetoric of the Jesuits
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • thoroughly abstract nature of the Romans. We have now to ask: What
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • Roman history a hundred years later. History says really nothing
    • — in the Greek and Roman worlds, in Africa, in the West of
    • outlook of the first Roman Emperors, the Julians, of whom the very
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • of the Romans — Tertullian makes use of it with a true
    • and holy passion. Although he is a typical Roman who expresses
    • himself as abstractly as any other Roman about what is
    • inner force, and in such a way that while using the abstract, Roman
    • is also a man of independent spirit. He says to the Romans, to whom he
    • what you as Romans have introduced into the world is in keeping with
    • his fellow-Romans); that is precisely what the Christians do not
    • Romans) because they are trophies of victory, and trophies of victory
    • Tertullian to the Romans. He was a man of independent feeling. And
    • And Tertullian said other things, too, for instance: When you Romans
    • events we have here a remarkable personality who, as a Roman,
    • confronts his fellow-Romans in the second century. This personality
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • whereas in the previous epoch, the Graeco-Roman, human evolution ran its
    • Mystery of Golgotha, while Roman Catholic modernism has tried —
    • the Graeco-Roman epoch. It was not before the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • the old Roman Empire, where people were ignorant of the fact that
    • Augustus, the first Roman Emperor.
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • at the reality, we must ask: Among certain Romans there was a
    • what exactly did the Romans want to preserve?
    • points of distinction between the Roman and the Greek outlooks —
    • Greece. However similar the Roman attire was to the Greek, a Roman in
    • the fall of the folds of the Roman toga, quite in contrast to the
    • nature, though not in rhetoric, and the Roman rhetoricians, among
    • flooded the Western world as so-called Roman law. This Roman law
    • soul-warming substance of speech. The frigidity inherent in Roman law
    • has been the cause throughout the world of Roman law being related to
    • what the Romans felt prior to the Augustan age, as the physically
    • towards ritual. See how just those spirits among the Romantic writers
    • it did not allow itself to be rooted out. So it is that Romanism, by
    • be regarded as spoken in a Roman Catholic way. Thus it has taken a
    • super-sensible, or with mere rhetoric, which is a legacy of Romanism,
    • the ghost of Romanism. And if, when we speak of sacramentalism and
    • healthy ritual, just as the Roman pulpit rhetoric of the Jesuits



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