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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • Lung. It is about the civilisation of our present age and its
    • civilisation of our present age from a certain point of view. In
    • civilisation in the present age. The first impulse for civilisation
    • describing what has produced our present civilisation, one must go
    • the Muse must be taken seriously if we really desire to present the
    • original drama did not actually present human events, but the
    • incorporates itself from the past into the present of the Earth;
    • University teacher of the present day, it is in a certain sense a
    • representative personality, and possesses all the characteristics
    • present tendencies, we find this view advocated, — a fact
    • works at the present times; they do not see with what purposeful
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • presents itself to an Oriental judgment, and at the conclusion I
    • significance in the stream of civilisation of the present day,
    • present civilisation in the public lecture given in Basel last
    • there a modern presentation, created directly out of the
    • presented itself as the one teaching for all mankind the Earth
    • it is there; this world-consciousness is there, it is present in
    • it were, presented to them on a plate! They want to form their
    • look if we wish to judge the situation of the present time. There

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