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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • ideas spring from an ancient civilisation of the Earth and are
    • civilisation having its source in ancient, gigantic, mighty
    • deeply-founded patriotism and ancient knightly chivalry for
    • ancient ferment will not at once prove ineffective, which helps to
    • preserve the ancient achievements in the East, and joins together
    • the fact that it is the bearer of what has remained as an ancient
    • what resounds from ancient European times? He reads his Homer, and
    • connected with the perception that ancient Beings, who once
    • over against each other this ancient epoch of European civilisation
    • ancient civilisation, yet in spite of the decadence of his own
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • ancient civilisation — and in the Greek civilisation to which
    • — in those ancient civilisations attention was everywhere
    • those ancient epochs of time, should not be received by the human
    • pointed out that those ancient people had, for instance, in their
    • feet. What everyone knows to-day was just what in those ancient
    • those ancient times was kept beyond the Threshold; and traditional
    • creeds which have retained the opinions of those ancient epochs
    • into a paralysis of the soul, whereas the ancient people with their
    • popular idea, for the ancients (and up to the 14th century) lay on
    • attained that sphere which the ancients described as being on the
    • entered a sphere which was regarded by the ancients as a sphere
    • ancients spoke of Him. But if you read how the Dweller is spoken of
    • Anthroposophy with what is really only a dishing up of ancient
    • echo of those ancient doctrines inasmuch as it brings together what
    • ancients designated as the Threshold, he must not only maintain his
    • ancient times and avoid rousing themselves to co-operate in the
    • Oriental striving for Spirit which has come over from ancient

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