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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • through the civilised lands of the south which imbued it with paganism
    • to the complicated relation of the south, which could only be expressed
    • was received in lofty spirituality, nevertheless in the south received
    • Christianity falling into southern hearts and into hearts of the barbarians
    • far less mature than the hearts of the southern peoples, and the Christ
    • fact that in the whole south, throughout Christianised Judaism, throughout
    • Therefore it may be said that to men in the south Christ came in such
    • life which they brought to meet Him. These men of the south erected
    • Jesus. Then the impulse spread itself out over the southern lands; everywhere
    • in these southern countries was the gateway of the conceptual life,
    • of the journey of Christianity up through the southern lands to the
    • I might say: what in the south was already highly developed had been
    • south during the fourth
    • earlier by men in the south. It is important to bear this in mind. For
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • of the southern populations. When the barbarians of the North encountered
    • South-West. Imagine that this stream of Christianity had not come; think
    • barbarian tribes came over from the East to the South West, and that
    • Ages if the barbarian stream, which rolled from the East to the South



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