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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • Colour, the subject of these three lectures, interests the physicist
    • knowledge which really lies only in the province of the physicist. In
    • Nevertheless, in Physics we speak of a “thrust” because
    • fact that it has an etheric body in addition to its physical body. It
    • greenness is, indeed, in its physical body, making green peculiar to
    • of this ensouling as passing into his physical bodily form, he can
    • darkness — in black darkness no physical being can do anything.
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • You will observe, we come here upon things which upset Physics
    • completely — you can take everything known today in Physics about
    • physical colour-scale entirely in order to get to the colour which can
    • ordinary scheme of the physicist, all you can say is: All
    • Now, if I did not do that as it is on the physical plane, but were to
    • colours than anything you see in the books on Physics.
    • recognize the materialization of the colours in the physical
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • the physicists of colour have regarded the theory of colour as a part of
    • new physics. We find, for example, the characteristic explanation of
    • characteristic of the new Physics, for it is based approximately on
    • things cannot be understood with the clumsy ideas of Physics. They
    • understood in this way, the transition into Art. Physics, with its
    • has not the least idea what to make of what Physics has to say
    • of which modern Physics takes no account. We are brought to the
    • modern physical Optics. The element of colour is fluctuating, and the
    • pot. But if the physicist comes along then and draws his lines on the
    • has nothing to do with Physics. Physics must be content with the light
    • outside the physical human body in proportion as they are bound up
    • with colour out there; they only reproduce the colours in the physical
    • Colour is the conveyer of the Ego and the astral body into the physical
    • Thus everything which has crept into Physics, and which Physics
    • one speaks of colour in a discussion on Physics; but one should try to
    • the sphere of Art. Our Physics had ruined it for us; and therefore it
    • further corrupted by the physical view, but that it must be understood
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • that it is not a question of thinking in terms of a new physical
    • physical external world. Put accurately it is like this: Man has a
    • live in light. We see the external light with physical senses; the
    • If physicists were for once to talk sense, they would not produce
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • physical and in this final condition of the physical that which has
    • reality then would be that which has developed physically out of the
    • physical and the moral or psychic.
    • materialistic, seeing physical events as the only thing in the world,
    • people — these moral and physical points of view — what I
    • barren, abstract creatures, as the physicists do, and analyze light
    • must have in order to be able to look with our sense on to a physical
    • that of a dry physicist. We are complete beings only if we say to
    • thank them. Our view then is not that of dry physicists, but of
    • What at one period is moral organization, is at another physical
    • organization; and what at one time is physical organization was once
    • into physical things. Does the man who looks at Nature spiritually
    • in his ego and his astral body from the physical and etheric body.
    • diagram. Imagine physical and etheric body, astral body and ego bound
    • the physical life. So you see the question is important: What
    • space, to assess what is spread out in physical space in moral terms.
    • are looking at the world physically, and, at the same time, morally.
    • The physical and moral do not exist side by side, but in his
    • physical, there on the other, the moral. No, they are only different
    • gradually through Spiritual Science to spiritualize physical concepts:
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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • physical and etheric body: he abandons, so to speak, his physical and
    • and clouds are during wakefulness outside our physical and etheric
    • recognizing such physical things as belonging certainly to the outer
    • physical science without doubt is determined according to weight,
    • and counting really constitutes the physical. We would not describe a
    • body as physical unless we could somehow put it to the proof by means
    • countable. If we want to define any physical object, what constitutes
    • its real physical nature is the part that can be weighed or counted,
    • and with this alone the physicist really wants to be concerned. Of
    • so on. One could really say that the modern physicist cannot make head
    • it were, to the physical; sound is wrung from the physical; warmth and
    • cold surge up out of the physical. One says: that which has eight has
    • When we go about in our physical world and see something or other, we
    • weight, we are apt to consider something that appears in the physical,
    • If you open a book on Physics today you will see the explanation
    • given — the rainbow is an optical illusion. Physicists look upon
    • is made of this projection in modern Physics. Thus I assume we see a
    • the physical and etheric bodies, comes in the end to the conclusion
    • In physical mathematics it is a matter of indifference to divisions
    • it — through the help of our physical body — as we behave
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  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • physic hotch-potch, interspersed with all sorts of dark feelings, and
    • man is not a physical being to the horse, but a spiritual being, and
    • man's task to find the way back again. Physical, etheric and astral
    • be the greatest mathematician or the greatest metaphysician, but he
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • vibrations in the plant as the physicists do. After all, we no longer
    • cannot find the right way into the physical body. On the other hand if
    • the soul occupies the physical body too markedly in an egoistical way,
    • Mathematics or Mechanics or Physics from artistic sensibility, but
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • the same time a physical experience in our senses. Thus, when the
    • became an article of faith with those who were just expert physicists.
    • by the physicists as a fool. But it was not really the case that



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