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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • reality it is rooted in what has been produced (and often described
    • What is really
    • the soul — whether it is really worth while to apply
    • to an end. Although often calumniated, she was really a great
    • it, well, just as something that is said. He has no real feeling of
    • how the Greek knew his soul to be used by Divine Beings, who really
    • find its real development in the future, something which is, at yet
    • became not epic but dramatic. The really human element the Greek
    • germ for the future. That which was really the human element,
    • the Muse must be taken seriously if we really desire to present the
    • realise that although the Asiatic lives in the decadence of that
    • Asiatic still knows as a reality that humanity once received from
    • decisions, people really ought to transcend that triviality, and
    • greatness. We ought to realise that this is of significance, as we
    • Chapter 8.) ‘Before 1914 no one knew what America really is, now at
    • would like a really religious spirit again to enter into that which
    • “In reality the
    • reality, is the one and only harmonious European. The Catholic
    • what is really working and weaving in our modern world. On the one
    • it is too uncomfortable, and because, if they really see the matter
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • not — in reality no thinking person should — pass by
    • consciousness of man is filled with what at that time was realised
    • more than a Personification. He was a real being and He was
    • not reached the possibility of realising a spiritual content in all
    • Anthroposophy with what is really only a dishing up of ancient
    • within the decadent modern Western civilisation which still really
    • careful study in order to penetrate it. In reality, in order to
    • is something which really should be known, because Catholicism
    • knowledge, was as regards the real world walking over a fiend of
    • has to offer — the Anthroposophy that can really spring forth
    • true reality. That again is something with which the human beings
    • reality not yet become part of the inner consciousness of modern
    • something which formerly was not there. In reality Catholicism does
    • Catholicism. A Christology, a real Christology, has not yet arisen
    • outside of Anthroposophical Spiritual Science. And this real
    • as to know what really brings man forward. We must be quite clear
    • he alone knows what is happening to-day, who realises what things
    • reality past. The Earth would be arrested in its development, if
    • but realises it fully, that one also realises its connection with
    • what man has already passed through and realises also the necessity

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