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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • something was put into his soul which later developed into the
    • perception it has only a body and no soul. The soul was altogether
    • the European is to be traced to this lack of soul, this passing
    • the element of soul into what expresses itself as their culture or
    • knows to-day the meaning of soul. The following words, for example,
    • strongly that that which was the soul of a former
    • fundamentally no longer knows what soul is in the world, in the
    • of soul.
    • the soul — whether it is really worth while to apply
    • how the Greek knew his soul to be used by Divine Beings, who really
    • spoke in his soul; so that when his mouth spoke, it uttered not
    • Goethe, with every fibre of his soul, longs to turn from this
    • still have soul. And when he turns to his own soul he feels no need
    • mighty Spirits that which lived in the soul and made man a human
    • who have in their soul something of the consciousness of Spirit
    • and Soul, and who with a destructive, sharp, biting criticism,
    • ought to say: That which lives thus in the Asiatic souls will one
    • my dear friends, it has a strong impulse for souls. It possesses a
    • strong fascination for souls, because they have been devastated in
    • construct something themselves out of the soul and spirit. Those
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • soul in an unprepared state; because human beings were then afraid
    • soul, they would have been overtaken by a paralysis of the soul,
    • were afraid of such teachings, because they worked on their souls
    • souls, for what was said with reference to the Heliocentric view of
    • into a paralysis of the soul, whereas the ancient people with their
    • mood of soul would doubtless have done so? Humanity has been able
    • soul not only the Copernican view of the world but also other ideas
    • into powerlessness of soul; nevertheless they do lose something.
    • the constituents of man, Body and Soul, and simply to endow the
    • soul with a few spiritual qualities. But it was forbidden to speak
    • of man as consisting of Body, Soul, and Spirit. That was an attack
    • with his soul. But what Catholicism bears within it is
    • as a system, what lies at its basis, human souls have already been
    • simply creating for ourselves ideas of a human body, whose soul is
    • Conqueror — even as it declares the soul of man to have
    • has arisen among men a terrible agnosticism of the soul which is
    • consciousness in their soul that they stand in relation to the
    • Spirit through Spiritual Science. They want to unite their souls in
    • inner grasping of what is spiritual. Lazy souls, who nevertheless
    • but nevertheless often show themselves to be egoistic souls, who
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