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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • Man's Responsibility for World Evolution through His Spiritual
    • at once what a critical spirit finds utterance in that which
    • European learning has something of a wretched spirit of servility.
    • European piracy and spirit of exploration. Nevertheless that
    • the spirit of exploitation. The Asiatic regards the matter in such
    • practical spirit, the tendency to exploitation flows in too. The
    • architectural setting so that men felt the same spiritual influence
    • of Europe, to act independently and indeed spiritually?” That might
    • spirit of the Europeans in these words: ‘They have concluded some
    • sharp eye for the whole spiritual backwardness and encroachment of
    • the story, but the Muse, which means that a Spiritual Being
    • Greek believed that that Divine Spiritual Being still lives amongst
    • descended from spiritual worlds to the Earth, were still active in
    • back to those divine Spiritual Beings who once descended from
    • higher spiritual worlds and can still inspire men. Herein for the
    • spiritual past from which man has come, and wrote Epics.
    • animal-spiritual form, and he saw it in a state of dramatic
    • in this spiritual-physical world, thus did he feel himself related
    • to his spiritual-physical world. On the one hand, the invocation to
    • mighty Spirits that which lived in the soul and made man a human
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • Man's Responsibility for World Evolution through His Spiritual
    • not reached the possibility of realising a spiritual content in all
    • become so popular. They have not been able to grasp the spiritual
    • that the world is permeated by Spirit. He has not been obliged to
    • lose himself, but he has had to lose the Spirit of the Universe;
    • the Spirit of the Universe has been lost.
    • far as to exclude the Spirit as such from the forces which Man
    • soul with a few spiritual qualities. But it was forbidden to speak
    • of man as consisting of Body, Soul, and Spirit. That was an attack
    • made to dam up the in-streaming of spiritual knowledge. The result
    • without having consciousness of the spirituality of the world. He
    • Spirit. Therefore it is a question to-day of that
    • entering the sphere of the Spirit which man can find beyond the
    • the basis of all that is given in our Anthroposophical Spiritual
    • has something of the Spirit in it. We must understand such a thing
    • the Son and of the Spirit; a world-conception which was a
    • not lead him to the Spirit. Times had to come when man,
    • experimenting with the forces of nature, and the Spirit is not
    • away from the Spirit. Man must bring from within that which is
    • Spirit and he must add that to what he can acquire from without. He
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