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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • myself to call “the scientific spirit”, has, in many
    • approach the anthroposophical line of research somewhat sceptically,
    • which in ordinary life may be called difficult but which are
    • which is usually called geometry and, at least in those parts of it
    • constituted that its three dimensions, as they are called, stand at
    • led Kant to call space an a priori intuition (eine
    • dimension of space — standing vertically, so to speak, upon the
    • to right, from right to left. One need only recall that we have our
    • organised speech centre in a certain area of the brain, the so-called
    • focus this so-called “depth-dimension” as we try to gauge it.
    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • formed geometrically within space; we feel thereby that we are on
    • am here describing is the ascent to so-called “imaginative
    • logically, mathematically, algebraically, these things can be carried
    • is called modern or synthetic geometry.” You see, when one
    • natural laws as valid only if they can be formulated mathematically.
    • “studied” by systematically modifying the respiratory
    • process; in other words, by developing what was later called Yoga
    • remains a kind of deposit, little understood now, in what were called
    • passed over into what was called Astronomy: the student integrated
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • the various branches of art, craftsmen would have been called in to
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • stage — should speak also through the artistically plastic
    • “space”, as we say — the human form plastically.
    • — we apply it, of course, geometrically, using, in the first
    • all that is symmetrically built into the human organism; and in the
    • and form constellations (as they are called). And so on. If you
    • advances to what I called, yesterday and the day before,
    • working plastically on the forms upon its surface.
    • have been calling “Imagination”. In this the cosmos, not
    • called the “etheric body”. (A better name is “body
    • the whole cosmos: formed plastically from without by “planes of
    • all adapted, dynamically and statically, to the earth, and to the way
    • we must regard as knowledge, not only what is called such in an intellectual
    • if I were to speak platonically, I should have to call an expression
    • plastically formed from the fertilised ovum in the mother's body
    • only illustrating an idea, working novellistically. If one is forming
    • work plastically from within outwards. This is very interesting.
    • only a matter of being able to experience artistically in one's soul
    • viewed theoretically. One cannot construct the sculptor's space by
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