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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • which the author distinguishes is the modern Western civilisation,
    • speak later. He considers our modern European civilisation from an
    • what one may call a devastating criticism of modern European
    • of view about the civilisation of modern Europe, and criticises, in
    • a purely negative way, all that our modern Europe has to offer.
    • resounds to us from Asia concerning our modern civilisation.
    • “Indeed, the modern
    • sharp criticism of what has arisen within modern human evolution as
    • ages. This modern civilisation is also rooted in the world of
    • modern technics, which has united itself with modern Natural
    • The personalities who stand at the starting point of our modern
    • mechanical perception of the heavens of modern times. From this
    • intellect, as the Modern European mechanistic culture does. The
    • it must be admitted, the modern European is absolutely lacking in
    • The modern European
    • He cannot do this, because he is the outcome of our modern
    • much such a modern as Goethe was placed, not of course in such a
    • On the contrary, those sins which cling to modern Europe
    • of modern Europe. That which stands behind the Asiatic criticism of
    • modern civilisation is something which speaks now in just the same
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • lecture I pointed out to your how modern European civilisation
    • world of modern European civilisation, the world which forms the
    • have on this account always opposed the spread of modern natural
    • to enter the sphere with which modern natural science is concerned.
    • Modern human beings do not lose their self-consciousness, nor fall
    • Threshold which modern man must come to know — the
    • there a modern presentation, created directly out of the
    • foundations of modern civilisation have developed; and then with
    • within the decadent modern Western civilisation which still really
    • way that modern philosophy would find extremely uncomfortable
    • — ad more especially our modern Protestant Theologians. That
    • Threshold of the sphere in which modern mankind is actually now
    • and modern civilisation. Roman Catholic has, in course of time,
    • with modern Natural Science, with the modern world of concepts and
    • with what has still to come through Natural Science in our modern
    • 15th centuries. But after that came times in which modern Natural
    • the dead. For that which we grasp with our modern scientific ideas
    • upon modern humanity. Humanity has been set this task. When man
    • to travel across that dead field of modern science and carry into
    • of our modern civilisation are faced. Humanity must be conscious
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