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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • towards Europe. Let us consider the peoples of Europe before
    • Christianity had affected European culture very much, when it
    • Christianity spreading into Europe from the East and South was
    • confronted by the peoples of Europe, who possessed certain
    • Christianity into Central Europe and also here in the North,
    • and Central Europe.
    • form the present European population, especially the population
    • of the North, Central Europe and England?” We need only
    • characteristic of these Northern and Mid-European peoples.
    • by the Europeans to Christianity; and the whole of the
    • characteristic among the ancient peoples of Europe. Ancient
    • Europeans possessed within them more valour than they could use
    • was really as if among the ancient people of Northern Europe
    • as vices; but the man of ancient Europe used them in a
    • characteristic of the peoples of ancient Europe, just as
    • to the peoples of ancient Europe, for they would have evinced
    • of ancient Europe would have been like giving one who does not
    • ancient Europe. Each one had brought with him a divine legacy,
    • Europeans. For, this reason it was difficult for Christianity
    • the European peoples of early pre-Christian times. Both these
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
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    • civilisation in Europe, no one belonging to the Warrior caste
    • and peopled the continents now known as Europe, Asia and
    • far as India, but remained behind in various parts of Europe,
    • Europe had entirely different qualities.
    • Indeed, one can only understand what took place later in Europe
    • those days reached Asia, and that in Europe, forming the main
    • ancient European times in the general mass of the population we
    • Europe consisted
    • downfall. Here and there in this European population were
    • behind to act as leaders. Thus, all over Europe, Asia Minor and
    • of Europe, the regions where the oldest mysteries of Europe
    • they were not ready. Therefore in the European Mysteries the
    • more. For this reason the true leaders in Europe in
    • may say that in Europe also there were persons who might be
    • compared with the Brahmins of Asia, but these European Brahmins
    • attainable. Hence it came about that in Europe there were souls
    • members behind in Europe. The members of the second Indian
    • attained to power in Europe. Where the wise teachers — that is,
    • European priests. It was this second caste that wielded the
    • greatest power in Europe in primeval times, but in their way of
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • Mysteries by the European Brahmins — those wise leaders
    • particular pattern. In Central Europe this is often described
    • and Central Europe — to consider these subjects, and when we

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