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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • of what has until to-day been considered as the Asiatic culture, a
    • civilisation. The Asiatic of to-day (as one can see also, for
    • still taking place to-day. In all the restlessness one hears the
    • knows to-day the meaning of soul. The following words, for example,
    • personality. Every day she devoted the morning hours to her
    • to-day in what has remained in Asia as the relics of the old
    • civilisation. How can the European of to-day take seriously
    • was speaking within him. Who is there to-day who understands deeply
    • though of course they were not human in the sense of to-day. The
    • opposition that meets us to-day whenever we compare Homer with
    • around us to-day, when this feeling of self in the Cosmos contrasts
    • with what lives to-day as the mechanical view of the Cosmos, which
    • my dear friends, man has become very trivial to-day; for it is
    • 19th century. To-day when we are living in the age of great
    • day be capable of leading to a European catastrophe, — for,
    • life to-day — rather than look to that which could be built
    • friends, is what a European should say for himself to-day; and with
    • should be able to feel to-day if we take what lives in our
    • see to-day, but which is nonetheless being put into practice by
    • University teacher of the present day, it is in a certain sense a
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • In yesterday's
    • significance in the stream of civilisation of the present day,
    • Tuesday. According to the custom which I follow in our
    • I referred yesterday a full consciousness of these facts existed
    • about that what constitutes to-day the general popular
    • feet. What everyone knows to-day was just what in those ancient
    • which to-day are quite common human opinions. What to-day under the
    • beings to-day can accept without falling into a paralysis of the
    • quite clearly before out minds, my dear friends. What to-day is
    • other side of the Threshold. Human beings to-day, although they
    • the vast sphere of their different Sciences which have to-day
    • of humanity within those spheres in which men stand to-day. It has
    • Spirit. Therefore it is a question to-day of that
    • consciousness of to-day. And if people who venture to judge of
    • Anthroposophy to-day, would take the trouble to observe these
    • kept clearly in mind to-day, because they reveal to us how the deep
    • which I quoted yesterday at the conclusion of the lecture, which
    • to the following. If Roman Catholicism is considered to-day in its
    • which I characterised yesterday as the rickety conception of
    • humanity to-day, the Earth could stop “right now” in its
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