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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
    • angry elements and the human ‘atoms’ echo sinisterly, they give out
    • sharp criticism of what has arisen within modern human evolution as
    • Science. Everything which has sprung up and developed out of human
    • is worth while to learn this — if one wishes to to be human
    • civilisation which human beings took over and lived in. And the
    • though of course they were not human in the sense of to-day. The
    • sub-human in man. This the Greek felt to be Dionysian, and through
    • from the depths of the impulses of human emotion, of human
    • that, I give myself to something superhuman and I say: ‘Sing to me,
    • became not epic but dramatic. The really human element the Greek
    • only perceived in Poetry, the superhuman he saw in the
    • Epic, and the sub-human in the Drama, creating the
    • germ for the future. That which was really the human element,
    • rhythmically ebbing to and fro in human nature itself, — that
    • original drama did not actually present human events, but the
    • Asiatic still knows as a reality that humanity once received from
    • mighty Spirits that which lived in the soul and made man a human
    • European humanity has produced in recent times, especially in the
    • something that over there in the East, there still are human beings
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • it was recognised how, given the preparatory conditions of human
    • those ancient epochs of time, should not be received by the human
    • soul in an unprepared state; because human beings were then afraid
    • out that through the whole progress of human evolution it has come
    • in such a way that human beings lost the very ground under their
    • times would not have been allowed to come to unprepared human
    • which to-day are quite common human opinions. What to-day under the
    • with human evolution. Humanity has progressed from another side
    • humanity should later progress into that sphere without falling
    • mood of soul would doubtless have done so? Humanity has been able
    • self-consciousness into which paralysis can no longer enter. Human
    • Modern human beings do not lose their self-consciousness, nor fall
    • There is something which humanity has to speak lost since it
    • other side of the Threshold. Human beings to-day, although they
    • of humanity within those spheres in which men stand to-day. It has
    • sought to hem humanity in, and as is well known to you in the year
    • which were founded on the idea that humanity must not cross the
    • humanity to-day, the Earth could stop “right now” in its
    • as a system, what lies at its basis, human souls have already been
    • with that which was a feature of human evolution up to the 14th ad
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