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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • depth, any wisdom, or any life! Its results may be highly valuable,
    • economic sphere. There the machine has superseded life, and the
    • from the historical tradition and from the religious life of former
    • civilisation are a characteristic of our European life in this
    • world-ordering in political and also in the economic life.
    • that were formerly the very life of Europe but which only had
    • Missionary's; because as the leader of a State, all her life long,
    • end of her life she learned to value their technical methods, their
    • thought-life of the Greeks. On the other hand the fact that their
    • European life to what European civilisation once was. That is what
    • life to-day — rather than look to that which could be built
    • 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
    • thought — as it were, attached to this life of thought just
    • man's spiritual life, namely the doctrine, the content. It is
    • Synthesis. A full and rich humanity will then result. In life,
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • carry into this civilisation a spiritual life.
    • overcome in our modern civilised life, if we want to see the truth
    • consequences in modern life. That is something that must be kept
    • to rise above all the littlenesses in life, we too shall not find

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