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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • impulses, and is written from the Chinese standpoint. It does not
    • expressed in the feeling of a human being who stands in the midst
    • judged by its own standard; but no other valuation is permitted,
    • world-embracing trade, of never-resting machines, of standing
    • The personalities who stand at the starting point of our modern
    • from the standpoint of the bodily mechanisation, but from that of
    • like manner if we heard it from the mouth of any person who stands
    • understanding for this whole method of thinking and feeling; that
    • was speaking within him. Who is there to-day who understands deeply
    • triviality of his understanding. Here I must speak sharply. It is
    • of modern Europe. That which stands behind the Asiatic criticism of
    • phrase if it wishes to stand in this way, without the background of
    • written from the Asiatic Chinese standpoint, characterises, as I
    • discipline, combined with a large-hearted understanding of
    • friends, what this Asiatic puts forward from the Chinese standpoint
    • do not understand each other. But in Europe there also lives the
    • What stands behind
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • of humanity within those spheres in which men stand to-day. It has
    • has something of the Spirit in it. We must understand such a thing
    • understand the Catholic system, the Catholic theory — the
    • standing! That is the great opposition between Roman Catholicism
    • Threshold. And so Roman Catholicism stands there as a magnificent
    • that it is standing before the Threshold, and that this Threshold
    • friends, we must understand that many trivialities will have to be
    • consciousness in their soul that they stand in relation to the
    • alone can understand who has a goodwill for the truth and for the
    • will therefore understand how the intellectuals in Europe run over

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