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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • When painting, we can introduce different colours into this greenness.
    • You must admit that the sensation aroused is very different in the
    • cases we have an utterly different complex of sensation. If we look at
    • quite neutral to the green; they are absolutely indifferent to the
    • itself through green. The etheric body is quite a different colour, but
    • is quite different when the colour of the flesh is ruddy and when it is
    • is a subjective impression. That is a matter of absolute indifference
    • it; but it is not a matter of indifference that, if the living gives
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • experience, and in such a way as to differentiate between, so to
    • following division before you: I differentiate (you will understand
    • differentiate the shadow-thrower from the Illuminant. If the
    • Think of a quiescent white. Then we will let beams of different colours
    • Notice how we must resort to quite different methods of producing
    • it. But here was have to go about it differently; here we have to take
    • difference in relation to colour. I have shown you how to use the
    • quite different ways. In one case we required red, in the other yellow
    • differentiated from yellow. Yellow insists on being strongest in the
    • completely as a surface. We understand it best if we differentiate it
    • difference between red and peach-colour. Peach-colour wants to
    • to escape. That is the difference between this colour, peach, which we
    • differentiated in itself, but to be uniform, like red; if it were
    • differentiated it would level itself out at once. Just imagine a
    • you have an extra green on green, that is a different matter; green
    • it is different with the three colours we have found today.
    • difference between colours that are in themselves quiet or mobile,
    • differ from black, white, green and peach-colour. You see it from this:
    • have said about them you will find the term I apply to this different
    • That is the nature and the difference in coloured things. Black, white,
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  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • We have differentiated colours in that out of their own nature we have
    • this pictorial character of colours we had to differentiate what I
    • What lies behind it is different. Landscape painting arises really at
    • Precisely if we differentiate (we will discuss it more exactly) in
    • colours. Why? They stand in a different relationship to the world of
    • Observe, we have not yet reached the different coloured mineral
    • see how coloured minerals, in different degrees, it is true, show this
    • sensibility to the difference between the pictorial and that which is
    • body are not to be differentiated from colour, they live in it and are
    • further. It has not yet, for instance, shown the differentiation of
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • appears outside you. You differentiate it in yourself. You work in it.
    • identical, but seen from different sides.
    • how? In thought or put differently, in light, a previous world
    • Schopenhauer was different. In order to test his influence, we must
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • purely material, which then was somehow differentiated and
    • morning with a certain feeling of slackness and indifferent, and leave
    • last, though to be honest, it should. It is not essentially different
    • is — I might call it — the cosmic difference between the two?
    • man, while returning, can get into different situations, which justify
    • You note, we are speaking of several different weights, issuing from
    • physical, there on the other, the moral. No, they are only different
    • of space and return again at a totally different place.
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • three conditions. Animals live in an essentially different
    • Therefore animals do not differentiate themselves from their
    • Only man has the clear and sharp differentiation between his inner
    • up, his ego and his astral body are in a different condition. Then the
    • colour and sound; but it is different. In this free-floating coloured
    • side by side indifferently, and we always have the feeling that I we
    • another one lies next to it. In human life it is of course different.
    • In physical mathematics it is a matter of indifference to divisions
    • It is different in the case of the dream-state. The dream is related,
    • differentiate ourselves in the same way from the outer world. Our
    • the present day. One must lapse into quite different epithets from
    • Yes, those people talked differently and you must be aware of this
    • difference, for one must relearn to talk thus, only on another plane
    • And so I have tried in different places to show how the ideas of only
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • think how different was the attitude of the eighteenth and early
    • different from what we see in the horse. As we humans wander about, we
    • thus differing from form, which gives us, for example, distance. But
    • blue in its movement drives something different before it.
    • environment which is different from that supplied by a dying culture,
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • when the path to Art would be in many respects different from what it
    • surface, only with a more orange colour. We shall have quite different
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • The case is quite different when we go on to other colours. These other
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • differently. For instance, in a certain chapter of this
    • called the Seraphim those beings who make no differentiation between
    • he would have felt warmth in different degrees and in different



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