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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
- in this man's feelings (and it lives there with deep intensity) of
- back for a great part of what lives in this European civilisation
- Catholic priest, and so he lived in the first place with those
- ideas into which he was educated as a Catholic priest; but he lived
- civilisation which human beings took over and lived in. And the
- Greek believed that that Divine Spiritual Being still lives amongst
- proceeded and whence developed everything within which we live. If
- the Greek felt that something else lived in man, which would only
- say: “In me there lives something higher than man, something which
- with what lives to-day as the mechanical view of the Cosmos, which
- mechanism as we live in now, but in an age nevertheless in which
- realise that although the Asiatic lives in the decadence of that
- mighty Spirits that which lived in the soul and made man a human
- trivial to believe that what lived earlier in European civilisation
- ought to say: That which lives thus in the Asiatic souls will one
- should be able to feel to-day if we take what lives in our
- desolating barrenness which lives in modern science and modern
- criticising the book puts by the side of “Little children, live one
- in whom still lives something of the strong skeleton of old
- thinks, and what still lives for the future outside Europe. “If
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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
- there. Everywhere we face a world that is not alive, a world of
- many human lives in the last few years. One can hear statesmen
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