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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • must do so, of course, because it is green. We must disregard
    • the whole of it. The meadow is greener because of them; it becomes
    • still more saturated with green, more vivid because red figures are
    • meadow, for the entire meadow loses its greenness because of them. We
    • Nevertheless, in Physics we speak of a “thrust” because
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • because flesh-colour can be realized only by means of all sorts of
    • Because a game is a limited pedantic activity, something very
    • as such, because of its own nature, does not permit a smooth surface.
    • themselves: they want always to change their form, because they want
    • within you, because it is a luster-colour, you will have to agree:
    • off towards the edge, because that is the inherent quality of
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • certain intellectual honesty of Goethe, because from the means at his
    • the question, Why is a body red? A body is red because it absorbs all
    • the logical formula: Why is a man stupid? He is stupid because he
    • embodied colour. It becomes a embodied colour because it is not the
    • because at one time in the evolution of the earth the moon was
    • origin of the green in the vegetable world. Because of it the plant
    • glow, something yellowish-white, that is luminous. Because the
    • liquid because it is watery, (i.e. with liquid colours, Ed.) And
    • mineral, its colour appears to us because it is in sunlight. Sunlight
    • planets. Solids become coloured, because the earth is freed from those
    • something which just because it is hidden, goes much deeper into its
    • which we have met in pictures as lusters. That happens because we
    • palette colour and because of this change we have all the tailors'
    • to the inner causes of colouration, still produced the elements of
    • colour which the painter can understand; because, if he identifies
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • life on earth. Roughly speaking, we have our head because our limbs
    • because thought from a previous age is organized in us in conjunction
    • light which becomes thought we do not see, because we live in it,
    • because as thinking men, it is ourselves. You cannot see that which
    • us as light because we live within it, and because while we use the
    • light-being. You do not know it, because you live within the light.
    • reddish-yellow. But because one is inside the peach-colour, because one
    • one does bend it just because as human being one stands within the
    • only in an abstract or religious-abstract world the causes of good and
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • meaning, just because it is only a kind of foam-bubble. The only
    • arises because in our time there is no little real activity of the
    • why? Because men acted in a certain way on earth. For what we see now
    • predecessors because it is they who have created for us our
    • the universal: because side by side with their cleverness there is
    • because our moral impulses will later become shining worlds.
    • is true, vision is also crippled, but only because the will is. Vision
    • is crippled because the will is not in your own body, and does not
    • man is bound to the earth, because his soul, having lived a time in
    • because it is more rounded, here. (See Diagram 2)
    • difficult, because people will divide everything they want to
    • again, describe in fact lines which do not return at all. Why? Because
    • conceptions, and this with full exactitude, because it is conscious of
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • does he come at all to speak of an inner and an outer world? Because
    • If it still more difficult to be clear about counting, because after
    • the inclination and affinity towards the outward things and cause him
    • insomnia, because his nature is not suited to it. But things are so
    • because in sleep he passes the time in the outer world with the things
    • about themselves only because during sleep they are appreciated by us
    • because in these materialistic times people are of such coarse
    • said, people sleep through all sorts of things just because they are
    • obsessed by science. Today, because the popular papers circulate
    • by man just because everything out of which colour and sound weave
    • no more important than knitting a stocking, because after all the
    • disappeared, when one still painted by cosmic inspiration, because
    • became what one can now see. But because the feelings of the ancient
    • But Icons are no longer paintable at all, because man does not
    • from weight, to experience colour as an element per se, to cause
    • blow it up into space, because we cannot endure any longer on it; and
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • say the content of art was inevitable in the great periods because it
    • onlooker also, because the “How” is something which makes
    • It is difficult for man, my dear friends, because man, on account of
    • only because the horse is endowed with a certain clairvoyance does he
    • into animals because of their peculiar connection between astral body
    • made part of the living world, because it shines in colour. If you have
    • directly with soul, with the world-soul, because the colour does not
    • does not understand how to live with colour, because for him it moves
    • that he could thus become the painter of Madonnas, because they lived
    • spiritual world. We shall certainly not be the cause of shutting out
    • have said it with a certain sadness because one sees that the wider
    • and because the way one should judge such things is not sufficiently
    • spiritual world. We shall certainly not be the cause of shutting out
    • have said it with a certain sadness because one sees that the wider
    • and because the way one should judge such things is not sufficiently
    • with a still greater regret than is caused by the discrepancy between
    • our souls and hearts, just because such terribly serious times are
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • overcome, because we go out with colour into the Universe. If this is
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • are supposed to cause the colour. These are merely abstractions. In
    • perceive. We perceive plants because they contain the lifeless
    • substances. And because of this they are green. The green is the
    • will notice an apparent contradiction, because a person born blind
    • is there because of the absence of light.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • This is the case because the entry of the Second Hierarchy represents an inward illumination, which is connected with a densification of warmth. Air comes forth from the pure warmth-element, and in the revelation of the light we have the entry of the Second Hierarchy.
    • We cannot understand such things today, simply because anyone who does

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