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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture I
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    • progressively weaker and eventually reach their lowest ebb,
    • life. True, this lowest point is not reached until the
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
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    • Western world changed during this 4th century
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture IV
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    • Spain, to the whole of Western Europe. This great stream of
    • Southern Italy, and up into Western Europe. It is a highly
    • that happened in the Middle Ages in a West-to-East direction
    • and also in an East-to-West direction, all the surging
    • always takes either a West-to-East or an East-to-West
    • manifold movements again from West to East; the other stream
    • inspired by one common spirit — Ostrogoths, Western
    • from East to West and with the youthful vigour of personality
    • more towards the West and ever and again strive to repel the
    • this confused West-to-East and East-to-West fluctuation of
    • farther the Crusaders advance from West to East, the more
    • earnest men who have travelled from West to East, allows the
    • impulses which press from East to West and are rooted in
    • conflict from East to West and from West to East — a
    • are looking at Europe, in the West the impulses of the
    • that in the West, and indeed from the South upwards (red
    • that in Western Europe, normal Archai and abnormal
    • Form) take the West-to-East and East-to-West direction. In
    • happens in Western Europe — one may indeed say to this
    • pronounced in the different epochs. In the West we find a
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