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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture I
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    • of these turning points has often been designated as the fifteenth century
    • century; and we might in this way go still further back. I have often
    • period prior to the eighth century before Christ; more different still
    • century, at the start of the fifth post-Atlantean cultural epoch; that,
    • of the sixth pre-Christian century would have considered it comical
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture IV
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    • the eighteenth century there emerged a guiding idea which Goethe and
    • during the nineties of the eighteenth century was regarded as as the
    • half of the nineteenth, century. With Schlegel, Tieck introduced Shakespeare
    • century was mirrored in a receptive personality; how something like
    • century (I have often mentioned this) that man entered into materialism.
    • Goethe's time, indeed, right up to the middle of the nineteenth century.
    • and his century: a glorious presentation of the strivings of a personality
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VI
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    • seventeenth century it was otherwise, for materialism affects the
    • for the gigantic tragedy which during this very century will break in
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VIII
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    • with the fifteenth century it was natural and self-evident, and added
    • the nineteenth century notwithstanding. Once a Munich artist told me
    • the Messiah. He no longer dared to do this in the eighteenth century,



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