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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • Science. Everything which has sprung up and developed out of human
    • something was put into his soul which later developed into the
    • same source has also come what has developed into the mechanical
    • the West, it developed in such a way that according to Eastern
    • ceremonies, of duties, of purity, of the development of a right
    • proceeded and whence developed everything within which we live. If
    • find its real development in the future, something which is, at yet
    • — and round him the chorus developed and sang of all that
    • only develop into man in the future, when the Earth shall be, as it
    • the germ of this mechanism was already developing. We see how
    • which that magnificent medieval human being was developed who, in
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • special development of the world of thought, a kind of
    • foundations of modern civilisation have developed; and then with
    • on all sides, but developed in detail logically as well as
    • development by means of its Councils and in other ways, through
    • development. From a true point of view, what comes from Catholicism
    • Jesuitism; not Christ-ism — Jesuitism. It has developed that
    • want to develop their longings for eternity, seek the path back to
    • reality past. The Earth would be arrested in its development, if

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