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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • Eastern, Asiatic culture. About the third impulse we shall have to
    • Asiatic point of view, from the point of view innate in a man whose
    • of what has until to-day been considered as the Asiatic culture, a
    • civilisation. The Asiatic of to-day (as one can see also, for
    • resounds to us from Asia concerning our modern civilisation.
    • the East of Asia with the South in one Great Unity — I mean,
    • So what the Asiatic
    • the spirit of exploitation. The Asiatic regards the matter in such
    • Asiatic holds that the Europeans have gradually forgotten to carry
    • civilisation. The Asiatic has the idea that Europeans no longer
    • fundamentally true is seen by the Asiatic in very sharp outline. He
    • and ticketed, preserved only as antiquities. The Asiatic feels very
    • Eastern sense. And so the Asiatic sees in Europe pre-eminently lack
    • be dangerous to European civilisation. The Asiatic asks whether it
    • Asiatic criticism, and a criticism which would always be given in
    • to-day in what has remained in Asia as the relics of the old
    • Wisdom. Every Asiatic would naturally contrast the world he sees in
    • fallen into decadence. The Asiatic who is an educated man in our
    • sense of the word, always speaks — as Asiatic — in such
    • Asiatic believes he is still living in that divine civilisation.
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • old Asiatic civilisation, and lastly, Roman Catholicism. We should
    • evil-minded women, Anastasia and Milizza, daughter of King Nicholas
    • civil-minded women as Anastasia and Milizza; for, after all, that
    • not happen; but when Anastasia and Milizza said: “Before the

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