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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • world-conceptions of our recent times, and even the mechanical
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • totality, as it can be advocated, Catholicism is a world-conception
    • in Scholasticism. There it is a world-conception that is enclosed
    • world-conception which meets us there has been preserved from olden
    • times, and still holds within it the concept of the Father and of
    • the Son and of the Spirit; a world-conception which was a
    • world-conception which, in the philosophy of St. Augustine and
    • able to work in the most accurate way with concepts. One must have
    • which I characterised yesterday as the rickety conception of
    • all-embracing world-conception, and it is one that a man can unite
    • with modern Natural Science, with the modern world of concepts and
    • social concepts.
    • the old world conceptions, because they do not feel within them the

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