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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • Man's Responsibility for World Evolution through His Spiritual
    • appeared, entitled “Three Worlds,” bearing the author's name Hei
    • appears within our own European world and sets out to consider the
    • the first place it deals with a division into three worlds
    • It pours into the world as a hair-splitting specialisation, clouded
    • world-embracing trade, of never-resting machines, of standing
    • ages. This modern civilisation is also rooted in the world of
    • world-conceptions of our recent times, and even the mechanical
    • world-ordering in political and also in the economic life.
    • fundamentally no longer knows what soul is in the world, in the
    • East, of this second world, had they holy treasures? Could they
    • in the full sense of the word, and does not consider the world only
    • Wisdom. Every Asiatic would naturally contrast the world he sees in
    • Europe with the second world, which is the world he himself
    • is a world which has fallen into decadence; for it is indeed a
    • world which had its starting-point in an Imagination, Inspiration
    • descended from spiritual worlds to the Earth, were still active in
    • higher spiritual worlds and can still inspire men. Herein for the
    • chaotic in man; only in future worlds in which the Earth will
    • has come from primeval worlds to the Earth. If I give myself to
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • Man's Responsibility for World Evolution through His Spiritual
    • pointed to the three worlds which were seen there, namely, the
    • world of modern European civilisation, the world which forms the
    • Schools of Initiation the so-called Heliocentric view of the world,
    • the world might also be said with reference to many other things
    • special development of the world of thought, a kind of
    • soul not only the Copernican view of the world but also other ideas
    • world-consciousness. They have acquired a knowledge of
    • that the world is permeated by Spirit. He has not been obliged to
    • without having consciousness of the spirituality of the world. He
    • self-consciousness, but loses the world-consciousness of the
    • in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds you will find
    • totality, as it can be advocated, Catholicism is a world-conception
    • in Scholasticism. There it is a world-conception that is enclosed
    • world-conception which meets us there has been preserved from olden
    • the Son and of the Spirit; a world-conception which was a
    • world-embracing dogmatic teaching about the Trinity, a
    • world-conception which, in the philosophy of St. Augustine and
    • the world, because Catholicism has within it that firmly
    • all-embracing world-conception, and it is one that a man can unite
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