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- Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
- meant more: the artistic use of language. Dialectic was the
- Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
- of artistic creation. I hope, however, that to-day's considerations
- spirit, but from an artistic spirit also. It would speak from a
- are set up — thoroughly inartistic products which flout the
- really artistic sense.) It must be clearly understood, above all,
- but in genuinely artistic creations.
- seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
- from artistic perception, came to birth in the moulding of forms, in
- it had its origin in a thoroughly artistic act of perception and had
- something — in the genuinely artistic sense; it
- stage — should speak also through the artistically plastic
- artistic reminiscences, Antique, Renaissance or Gothic, could be
- apprehension of space needed for sensitive, artistic creation if one
- many circles (including artistic circles), people will probably laugh
- fledged artists; one becomes a sculptor by reaching back, with full
- mode of feeling, in cognition and artistic expression, must be able
- the human form before us, we direct our artistic eye at first to the head.
- from fundamentally artistic feelings. If, as sculptors, we were striving
- offends the sculptor's artistic eye. I know that I am saying
- fundamentally artistic. Correctly chiselled legs! — one does
- at work on the head, one comes through the inner necessity of artistic
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