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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
- angry elements and the human ‘atoms’ echo sinisterly, they give out
- Asiatic criticism, and a criticism which would always be given in
- has come from primeval worlds to the Earth. If I give myself to
- that, I give myself to something superhuman and I say: ‘Sing to me,
- the moral world. It gives us no new thought of any higher humanity.
- which gives a power such as once upon a time the Greek dramatist
- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
- present civilisation in the public lecture given in Basel last
- given to what we call the Threshold and the Dweller on the
- it was recognised how, given the preparatory conditions of human
- the basis of all that is given in our Anthroposophical Spiritual
- given an Idealogy, consisting of ideas about the Spirit, but in
- Spiritual Science we are given ideas which the Spirit itself sends
- teachings we are ony give ideas about something, but that in
- Spiritual Science ideas are given which spring from the very Spirit
- gives one so much pain in our decadent civilisation to-day —
- banquets are given. The evening before one of these banquets, two
- or whether, as so many still prefer, men will simply give
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