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"According to this teaching, no actual cherub with a flaming sword is required to keep us out of this garden, since we are keeping ourselves out, through our avid interest in the outward, mortal aspects both of ourselves and of our world." Chapter 1, page 27

"Only there is no room today into which we might scatter away from each other, and just there, of course is the rub and special problem of our age." Chapter 4, page 62

"When he sought for analogies in the classical world, our moment today corresponded, he found, to that of the late second century B.C., the time of the Carthaginian Wars, the decline of the culture-world of Greece into Hellenism, and the rise of the military state of Rome, Caesarism, and what he termed the Second Religiousness, politics based on providing bread and circuses to the magalopolitan masses, and a general trend to violence...

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