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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • behind the times — even medieval. It is the same in the
    • mechanical perception of the heavens of modern times. From this
    • world-conceptions of our recent times, and even the mechanical
    • dare, when smashed down a dozen times by the combined bombardments
    • feeling of modesty — which are the four basic sentiments on
    • frequently she listened to a very freely spoken and at times
    • what resounds from ancient European times? He reads his Homer, and
    • saw in that Divine Being something which once upon a time fashioned
    • intensive shadows; all the time exalting those lights which,
    • European humanity has produced in recent times, especially in the
    • of the service of humanity, when all the time what thinks and acts
    • It is justified ten times over. But behind his barking there is not
    • which gives a power such as once upon a time the Greek dramatist
    • times. First there is the world of modern European civilisation
    • works at the present times; they do not see with what purposeful
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • those ancient epochs of time, should not be received by the human
    • times. They would, so to speak, fall into a state of powerlessness.
    • consciousness of man is filled with what at that time was realised
    • times would not have been allowed to come to unprepared human
    • those ancient times was kept beyond the Threshold; and traditional
    • into a region which was at that time designated as lying beyond the
    • evolution in recent times, he has, as it were, entered the sphere
    • times, and still holds within it the concept of the Father and of
    • and modern civilisation. Roman Catholic has, in course of time,
    • architectural structure, which however comes from olden times when
    • 15th centuries. But after that came times in which modern Natural
    • Science had to take its place, times in which man, in devoting
    • not lead him to the Spirit. Times had to come when man,
    • Catholicism has produced. In recent times it has brought forth
    • In recent times there
    • prevalent in our time! For instance, take the question of the
    • president of the French Republic, was there at the time, and great
    • look if we wish to judge the situation of the present time. There
    • ancient times and avoid rousing themselves to co-operate in the
    • times, does not see what is pressing up out of modern European

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