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- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
- there awakened in Middle Europe an impulse leading to the growth of
- mid-European countries.
- mid-European life from the thirteenth until the twentieth centuries,
- upon Middle Europe. This incisive contrast was between the inner,
- Middle Europe, whereas the bulk of the middle class remained
- all those who held any kind of ruling positions in Middle Europe at
- This is connected with the whole inherent character of mid-European
- that such a true representative of Middle European life has no inkling
- that makes Hermann Grimm the typical representative of Middle European
- men in Middle Europe was similar to his. Hermann Grimm wrote an
- the whole period of Middle European culture of which I spoke
- social sphere; For the reason why the social life of Middle Europe has
- Middle Europe; in other regions of the modern civilised world it was
- spiritual emptiness of Middle European life and of modern Europe in
- souls of men in Middle Europe earlier than that of Greece, namely the
- prevailing in Europe, infiltrated them through and through and caused
- necessary for the historic evolution of Middle Europe — all that
- developed from the seeds planted in mid-European civilisation was
- transplanted from ancient Rome into the sphere of Middle European culture,
- of Goetheanism, modern humanity, especially in Middle Europe, absorbed
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- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
- any rate for all mid- and west-European languages—and
- our language and in all West European languages,, so that in
- abstractions. The farther east one goes, say Europeans the
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
- Europe we should perhaps be able to discuss the social
- whereas we Europeans actually feel that every possible thing
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