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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • the broad masses of the people appear quite docile. Yes, the age of
    • “The Japanese people
    • “These people of the
    • decisions, people really ought to transcend that triviality, and
    • to many people who begin, from the spirit of our modern European
    • characteristic of many modern people of the type of Hans Ehrenberg,
    • tiny kingdom of a special people often in bondage, in the midst of
    • peoples dwell. That is the world of the Roman Catholic Church, in
    • masterly fashion and springs from people who well know the trend of
    • beings, because these people are not ready to take their part in
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • pointed out that those ancient people had, for instance, in their
    • something of it — for instance, Aristarchus of Samos. People
    • into a paralysis of the soul, whereas the ancient people with their
    • endeavour it was not to allow people to cross the Threshold but to
    • consciousness of to-day. And if people who venture to judge of
    • in regard to these great matters. People are going over in hosts,
    • towards a philosophy of the world. People want to have a
    • people are so confused in their judgments. In order to bring it
    • How many people
    • speak on the subject, and so forth. People generally accept the
    • factor that is far more important than many others which people
    • other people written his Memoirs; they all write Memoirs nowadays
    • awaken out of that morass of judgment in which people find
    • that there are people who have a living longing for the eternal,
    • friends, people — even Orientals — still cling to what
    • meets them externally; and what do we see meeting people



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