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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • what one may call a devastating criticism of modern European
    • everything which he calls his wisdom. Characteristic passages could
    • higher beings than those we call man, and they founded a
    • on the Earth a civilisation, formed for beings one has to call men,
    • rhythmically ebbing to and fro in human nature itself, — that
    • quoted only carries what he has to say to what I must call a very
    • literature, writings, and so-called education, and compare it with
    • essay discussing this book is called Ways and Wrong Ways to
    • myself allegorically — knows that man needs muscles and
    • but bones. And so, not now speaking allegorically, but in truth,
    • looking, and calling out, as it were, to Europe what the Asiatic
    • and then to work energetically with body, soul and spirit, in this
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • given to what we call the Threshold and the Dweller on the
    • right way, he should not press beyond what was called the
    • Schools of Initiation the so-called Heliocentric view of the world,
    • on all sides, but developed in detail logically as well as
    • ontologically and worked out in a wonderful way. The
    • Catholic dogma, if one wishes to call it so, one must be
    • connected with what I called the rickety method of striving

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