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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • knows to-day the meaning of soul. The following words, for example,
    • in the full sense of the word, and does not consider the world only
    • spirit of the Europeans in these words: ‘They have concluded some
    • characters. Is there in any one of them even a single word
    • a single word which has any reference to the right observing of
    • sense of the word, always speaks — as Asiatic — in such
    • sense; but he cannot take even the very opening words in earnest.
    • in the very first lines he finds these words: “Sing to me, O Muse,
    • they do not want to listen when the words ring across to us from
    • St. John is ascribed the words: “Little children, love one
    • spirit. The man who adds the above words to St. John's words
    • it word for word. The essay, The Three Worlds, which is
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • word for word what they said. On this 22nd July these woman said to



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