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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • paintings, and glass works of art from the pavilions; and turning
    • working of Dionysus in man — that again we must take in all
    • it has become. Hence his sharp criticism which works with such
    • Therefore it is well to work out sharply Thesis, Antithesis, and
    • what is really working and weaving in our modern world. On the one
    • works at the present times; they do not see with what purposeful
    • forces both these are working. They do not want to see it, because
    • and then to work energetically with body, soul and spirit, in this
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • were afraid of such teachings, because they worked on their souls
    • ontologically and worked out in a wonderful way. The
    • able to work in the most accurate way with concepts. One must have
    • clear and distinct ideas, and be able to work with these ideas in a
    • from the principles of nature and works up to that stage where even
    • revelation. Nevertheless it works up from below to this
    • worked in the most manifold ways. It has of course undergone
    • When we work in the
    • a passive way with the Spirit, they do not want to work
    • amongst those who work not to form dogmatic opinions, but to create
    • of evolution, but which has to be actively worked at by man.

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