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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • appeared, entitled “Three Worlds,” bearing the author's name Hei
    • centering round three significant impulses of culture or
    • ideas spring from an ancient civilisation of the Earth and are
    • in our lectures) in the last three to four centuries, during which
    • world-ordering in political and also in the economic life.
    • referring to respect for parents of to fulfillment of one's duties,
    • hearing reports from the vice-regents, examiners and censors and
    • for interests which spring from an admiration of railways,
    • they do not want to listen when the words ring across to us from
    • probably go on manufacturing, striking, colonising, militarising,
    • feels it, one must say it — springs fundamentally from the
    • bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither
    • a spiritual doctrine. In that case it simply springs from the
    • will take again the conquering path of Francis Xavier and his
    • masterly fashion and springs from people who well know the trend of
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • entering the sphere of the Spirit which man can find beyond the
    • Thomas Aquinas, can of itself bring forth ideas for that social
    • ordering of mankind. It is a thought structure that is
    • echo of those ancient doctrines inasmuch as it brings together what
    • away from the Spirit. Man must bring from within that which is
    • has to offer — the Anthroposophy that can really spring forth
    • spiritual world which can spring up out of that self-consciousness.
    • earth can attain its goal. Never can Catholicism bring human beings
    • himself the force to bring the Spirit out of himself, a
    • Spiritual Science ideas are given which spring from the very Spirit
    • people are so confused in their judgments. In order to bring it
    • as to know what really brings man forward. We must be quite clear



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