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- Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
- Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Science
- among the Sciences
- the fields of the various sciences. That is the particular aim of
- science, and, at the same time, when organic and spiritual fields are
- does not of itself come into conflict with current science. It
- accepts the justified results of science and deals with them in the
- characterise the position of Anthroposophy among the sciences, and to
- science with its own precise technique. For this, however, I shall
- branch of present-day science which is least of all attacked in
- of mathematics among the sciences has already been mentioned. Kant's
- pronouncement, that in every science there is only as much real
- mathematics itself, with its value for the other sciences and in
- known to the majority of people, has to do with space, is the science
- organisation. One also knows to-day — and from accepted science
- to sense perceptions, however, science has become really confused. In
- from “mathematicising” as strictly as the natural science of
- to-day — though from another point of view. Natural science
- natural sciences as well as therapy, medicine, history, etc. We shall
- see that the sciences are not to be attacked; they are to be enriched
- separate sciences (as described yesterday). And precisely as man in
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- Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
- Anthroposophical Spiritual Science, is being built.
- the Free High School for Spiritual Science; it would have
- itself, art. Someone may interpose: Indeed, art is not science. But I
- world, will speak from our plastic art. Art and science then derive
- same revelation. We can say: In science, we look at things in such a
- clearly will discover the remarkable relation of art to science and
- religion. Science will appear on one level, religion on another, and
- art between them. It is to science, after all, that man owes all his
- inner freedom without science — and what man has gained as an
- Through science
- including those of spiritual science. But we must also say: In beauty
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