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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • at once what a critical spirit finds utterance in that which
    • gramophones, and cosmic riddles — finds utterances in the
    • in the very first lines he finds these words: “Sing to me, O Muse,
    • find its real development in the future, something which is, at yet
    • towards Europe. On the one hand he finds there a mechanical
    • exploitation; and on the other hand he finds an expression of what
    • present tendencies, we find this view advocated, — a fact
    • such. We find it said that there exist three worlds in modern
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • entering the sphere of the Spirit which man can find beyond the
    • in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds you will find
    • way that modern philosophy would find extremely uncomfortable
    • make his way through those meadows and find in himself the capacity
    • When he dies this, then in the external sense-world he an find the
    • faces a field of death in our modern civilisation, can find in
    • Christology depends on man finding the spirit in spite of
    • to find from his own inner power such a spiritual consciousness of
    • as an instance, my dear friends. You can find many other
    • awaken out of that morass of judgment in which people find
    • to rise above all the littlenesses in life, we too shall not find
    • to find the Spirit on the corpse-field of modern Natural Science,
    • still has spirituality, and finds in Roman Catholicism a
    • find spirituality, Orientalism and Romanism will most assuredly
    • lies in the fact that an Oriental Chinese element finds a
    • find, merely by remaining passive, that which can unite their souls
    • with the Eternal. But they only find it in a Luciferic way, because

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