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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • appears within our own European world and sets out to consider the
    • speak later. He considers our modern European civilisation from an
    • what one may call a devastating criticism of modern European
    • of view about the civilisation of modern Europe, and criticises, in
    • a purely negative way, all that our modern Europe has to offer.
    • European learning has something of a wretched spirit of servility.
    • the European civilisation. Let us attempt for once to put before us
    • the essential characteristics of this European civilisation. In
    • civilisation are a characteristic of our European life in this
    • back for a great part of what lives in this European civilisation
    • the European is to be traced to this lack of soul, this passing
    • misunderstood by the European in his whole feeling, and in
    • assimilated something of the Western European civilisation and,
    • European piracy and spirit of exploration. Nevertheless that
    • perceives in what comes to him from Europe is practical piracy and
    • Asiatic holds that the Europeans have gradually forgotten to carry
    • civilisation. The Asiatic has the idea that Europeans no longer
    • “What then has Europe
    • sees how the European has reached the point of taking treasures
    • that were formerly the very life of Europe but which only had
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • lecture I pointed out to your how modern European civilisation
    • world of modern European civilisation, the world which forms the
    • order to be able to judge of European civilisation there is one
    • come, they will only meet what is decadent in our European
    • European Chinese element in close relation to itself; and it
    • will therefore understand how the intellectuals in Europe run over
    • in hosts to-day to that European Chinese element, for there they
    • times, does not see what is pressing up out of modern European

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