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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • economic sphere. There the machine has superseded life, and the
    • sphere
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • that, if they entered unprepared into that sphere of knowledge,
    • humanity should later progress into that sphere without falling
    • to enter since then into that sphere, because, as you can see from
    • to enter the sphere with which modern natural science is concerned.
    • attained that sphere which the ancients described as being on the
    • the vast sphere of their different Sciences which have to-day
    • evolution in recent times, he has, as it were, entered the sphere
    • of humanity within those spheres in which men stand to-day. It has
    • was that man entered the sphere on the other side of the Threshold,
    • entered a sphere which was regarded by the ancients as a sphere
    • undergone a strong training of the will. That sphere has now been
    • entering the sphere of the Spirit which man can find beyond the
    • sphere of the senses.
    • knowledge, even if for the higher spheres they are revelations and
    • the higher spheres can be recognised through its truths of
    • Threshold of the sphere in which modern mankind is actually now
    • spheres with earthly evolution, because earthly evolution requires
    • sphere of what is moral-ethical and political, far more important

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