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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • expressed in the feeling of a human being who stands in the midst
    • in this man's feelings (and it lives there with deep intensity) of
    • faces a man of the West the Oriental feels himself absolutely
    • misunderstood by the European in his whole feeling, and in
    • and ticketed, preserved only as antiquities. The Asiatic feels very
    • feeling of modesty — which are the four basic sentiments on
    • a way as to make it plain that his feeling is like this: The Earth
    • understanding for this whole method of thinking and feeling; that
    • it, well, just as something that is said. He has no real feeling of
    • vessel of a Divine Being? How then did the Greek feel? He
    • in this spiritual-physical world, thus did he feel himself related
    • of Europe if we are to unite the right feeling with what we see
    • around us to-day, when this feeling of self in the Cosmos contrasts
    • the Asiatic so sharply criticises. We must have a feeling for how
    • lay in the feeling of Goethe when, in the 80's of the 18th century,
    • in decadence, in order to have a feeling for that out of which
    • civiisation, he has a clear feeling for what it once was and what
    • still have soul. And when he turns to his own soul he feels no need
    • human beings who feel the desolation of the European mechanical
    • feels it, one must say it — springs fundamentally from the
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • science has produced; we have not to reject from any feeling of
    • the germ. We can feel it in Goetheanism, in that which was striven
    • feeling of triumph when it tries to kill the new spiritual
    • the old world conceptions, because they do not feel within them the
    • things that are said because the feeling has died out that on the
    • expresses itself in such a way that one must feel for oneself where
    • course necessary that men should acquire a deep and earnest feeling

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