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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • ideas spring from an ancient civilisation of the Earth and are
    • ideas into which he was educated as a Catholic priest; but he lived
    • civilisation. The Asiatic has the idea that Europeans no longer
    • ideal’ side of that European explanation, which was the Christian
    • man needs a doctrine, a teaching, a life of ideation which can
    • support him and, on the basis of this life of ideation and of
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • influence of a natural-scientific age has become popular ideas, in
    • soul not only the Copernican view of the world but also other ideas
    • popular idea, for the ancients (and up to the 14th century) lay on
    • Thomas Aquinas, can of itself bring forth ideas for that social
    • clear and distinct ideas, and be able to work with these ideas in a
    • which were founded on the idea that humanity must not cross the
    • the dead. For that which we grasp with our modern scientific ideas
    • simply creating for ourselves ideas of a human body, whose soul is
    • 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
    • things — not in order to spread dogmatic ideas about an

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