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- Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
- the nature of colour and its quality in the objective sense. At the
- We obtain the colour fluctuating, in a sense, varying, as it were,
- what we perceive as a coloured world really exists only for our senses,
- our surrounding world. In a sense we shall best proceed by means of an
- say: That is really nonsense, an impossible case. I should really have
- cannot reach our real being; we are then, indeed, in a sense withdrawn
- Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
- peach-colour you have (as I explained yesterday, in my sense) only in a
- with our artistic sense. Peach-colour can be represented really only as
- you have a sense of colour, you can feel that. If, for instance, you
- mystical conversation, in the best and the very worst sense. It is
- and colour-sense, not with the abstract-loving understanding,) you need
- Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
- highest sense, for the Art of Painting. For in painting we practice
- canvas or his paper as in a certain sense luminant. Here he requires
- colours to glow inwardly, and thereby in a certain sense, they become
- luster, and adding on top that which in a certain sense dulls the pure
- deprive them in a sense of their luster-character when we get to human
- I experience in a sense the same that the colour itself has
- sheer nonsense to say: Colour is something subjective which produces an
- effect of an objective on a subjective colour is nonsense; for the Ego,
- Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
- senses, be able to think, as a result of this sensory perception,
- live in light. We see the external light with physical senses; the
- light which is seen by the senses. If we come out of the Universe, and
- If physicists were for once to talk sense, they would not produce
- sense the world-tragedy in the light. We can also get from the
- Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
- sense-machine during the Saturn epoch, for instance. You know also
- transparent to the senses, unless the darkness was perceptible in it.
- but I use the expression for all sense-perceptions. What do we see in
- our soul, and in a sense is revealed to our soul as the world that we
- must have in order to be able to look with our sense on to a physical
- are not sensible of weight in the sense that we weigh our bodies; but
- make use of the senses. The main fact is the crippling of the will.
- Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
- of warmth and cold, the real objects of sense-perceptions, these weave
- free-floating, free-moving sense-perceptions. Only in the present
- other words, what the senses perceive in these things. When we sleep,
- sense-experiences. Then we enter the positive spiritual world, and the
- beauty. But there is no sense in speaking of goodness among these
- senses, colours, sounds, flutter about as it were in the indefinite.
- which sounds are continued. There is no grasp of sense-qualities. We
- still sensed something of the gold weaving in the light, and at least
- it in the sense of the nineteenth century — then we really must
- Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
- and — be it said in the noblest sense — out of the people's soul
- nonsense to believe that even the higher animals see the world as man
- nonsense. For just as little as a man sees an angel without
- silly nonsense about the “higher Ego,” all the sentimental
- carry on spiritual science in the ideal sense in other rooms than
- sense of truth and sincerity lies at the bottom of such matters, this,
- Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
- sense-perception. An endless deepening of the human soul can be
- Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
- I say, light: but I could also take other sense-perceptions. And you
- Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
- the same time a physical experience in our senses. Thus, when the
- the warmth interests him. He is talking nonsense, of course, for when
- In order to speak in the sense of this Newtonian theory, it is really
- furious about the wretched nonsense.
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