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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
- the first place it deals with a division into three worlds
- still taking place to-day. In all the restlessness one hears the
- Catholic priest, and so he lived in the first place with those
- influence on man because they were placed in a suitable
- silk, and it was placed in her favourite spot on the wonderfully
- is the dwelling place of mankind; on this Earth there once dwelt
- much such a modern as Goethe was placed, not of course in such a
- world places itself above and between the others, indeed right in
- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
- Science had to take its place, times in which man, in devoting
- the very first place and inner activity, a grasping of the
- strongly at one place than another, and that one must learn to
- distinguish between one place and another. It seems to me that, in
- for what they said has taken place, and not what the
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