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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • speak later. He considers our modern European civilisation from an
    • instance, in Rabindranath Tagore) speaks from a point of view
    • derived from primeval civilisation; and he speaks from that point
    • streaming to them from the paintings on the walls, and speaking to
    • speak concerns material advancement.’ (Wu Ko Tzu Hei, 1873.) That
    • sense of the word, always speaks — as Asiatic — in such
    • was speaking within him. Who is there to-day who understands deeply
    • outside, he did not speak of the Muse, but of Dionysus, and then he
    • triviality of his understanding. Here I must speak sharply. It is
    • modern civilisation is something which speaks now in just the same
    • civilisation, something from out of the Cosmos speaks in him
    • religiously in Roman Catholicism; and he speaks entirely our of the
    • but bones. And so, not now speaking allegorically, but in truth,
    • We will speak of this
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • times. They would, so to speak, fall into a state of powerlessness.
    • There is something which humanity has to speak lost since it
    • soul with a few spiritual qualities. But it was forbidden to speak
    • they speak of the Dweller on the Threshold, they speak just as the
    • it were, the Spirit itself is speaking to the world in
    • speak on the subject, and so forth. People generally accept the
    • speak about the origin of the war, but as something that is
    • That is a chapter concerning which one must speak again and again

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