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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • the Natural Sciences have emancipated themselves in a certain sense
    • modern technics, which has united itself with modern Natural
    • Wisdom. Every Asiatic would naturally contrast the world he sees in
    • beyond the first and second world, in the supernatural, in the true
  • 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
    • have on this account always opposed the spread of modern natural
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    • around man and that he observes and collates in his Natural
    • 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
    • his progress over a dead field in his Natural Science. A fiend
    • to find the Spirit on the corpse-field of modern Natural Science,

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