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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • impulses, and is written from the Chinese standpoint. It does not
    • civilisation of our present age from a certain point of view. In
    • Asiatic point of view, from the point of view innate in a man whose
    • instance, in Rabindranath Tagore) speaks from a point of view
    • derived from primeval civilisation; and he speaks from that point
    • The personalities who stand at the starting point of our modern
    • sees how the European has reached the point of taking treasures
    • from the standpoint of the bodily mechanisation, but from that of
    • world which had its starting-point in an Imagination, Inspiration
    • earnestness; for we must point out that the Greek spoke somewhat as
    • point to something which a European has said. The European who is
    • regards this point, is composed in a masterly fashion, there is
    • comprises our modern civiisation; and he points out the path to
    • what they want. At this point, where I want you to see the tendency
    • written from the Asiatic Chinese standpoint, characterises, as I
    • friends, what this Asiatic puts forward from the Chinese standpoint
    • clearly it will become necessary to adopt a certain point of view
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • lecture I pointed out to your how modern European civilisation
    • pointed to the three worlds which were seen there, namely, the
    • you of what I said from a certain point of view concerning our
    • I pointed out how in
    • It must be pointed
    • pointed out that those ancient people had, for instance, in their
    • in which the Sun is seen as the central point of our planetary
    • development. From a true point of view, what comes from Catholicism
    • of what I read to you yesterday as criticism from an Oriental point
    • just here these variou points of view divide. We can look at what
    • dogmatic view in Jesuitism which points to Jesus as an Emperor, a
    • themselves to-day, unless we attain the point of view that is able

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