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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • East and West, and the Roman Church
    • Man's Responsibility for World Evolution through His Spiritual
    • published in German as, Der Verantwortung des Menschen Fuer die
    • number of the Roman Catholic Hochland an article has
    • Asiatic point of view, from the point of view innate in a man whose
    • expressed in the feeling of a human being who stands in the midst
    • in this man's feelings (and it lives there with deep intensity) of
    • breast of man and cries aloud: ‘All this is subject to me.’ But the
    • angry elements and the human ‘atoms’ echo sinisterly, they give out
    • sharp criticism of what has arisen within modern human evolution as
    • the Natural Sciences have emancipated themselves in a certain sense
    • Science. Everything which has sprung up and developed out of human
    • depths manifests a certain opposition towards historical tradition.
    • in the direction I have characterised. Copernicus was a Roman
    • faces a man of the West the Oriental feels himself absolutely
    • influence on man because they were placed in a suitable
    • is worth while to learn this — if one wishes to to be human
    • like manner if we heard it from the mouth of any person who stands
    • fallen into decadence. The Asiatic who is an educated man in our
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • Man's Responsibility for World Evolution through His Spiritual
    • published in German as, Der Verantwortung des Menschen Fuer die
    • old Asiatic civilisation, and lastly, Roman Catholicism. We should
    • it was recognised how, given the preparatory conditions of human
    • could be learned about man, but that unless a man was prepared the
    • those ancient epochs of time, should not be received by the human
    • soul in an unprepared state; because human beings were then afraid
    • Therefore a certain training and culture of the will was demanded
    • out that through the whole progress of human evolution it has come
    • consciousness of man is filled with what at that time was realised
    • in such a way that human beings lost the very ground under their
    • times would not have been allowed to come to unprepared human
    • the world might also be said with reference to many other things
    • 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
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