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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • from the historical tradition and from the religious life of former
    • that were formerly the very life of Europe but which only had
    • strongly that that which was the soul of a former
    • on the Earth a civilisation, formed for beings one has to call men,
    • one is to relate in this very way in narrative form,
    • those forms of the Gods he introduced, however lightly, in the
    • animal-spiritual form, and he saw it in a state of dramatic
    • without, one must meet the form of Dionysus. Apollo and Dionysus
    • not look in the human organism for a healthy bony formation, for we
    • transforming antiquity and growing as a mighty tree under which the
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • world of modern European civilisation, the world which forms the
    • able to receive in former incarnations; and if Catholicism
    • something which formerly was not there. In reality Catholicism does
    • everywhere to-day have a great tendency to avoid forming an opinion
    • it were, presented to them on a plate! They want to form their
    • outlook as possible in forming your judgments and to help you to
    • senile, gossipy style, informs us, with a great amount of chatter,
    • amongst those who work not to form dogmatic opinions, but to create
    • a basis on which opinions may be formed. I am only giving you this

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