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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • to offer in an easier and, perhaps, more agreeable form in the next
    • born upright, but, in accord with the formative laws of our earthly
    • that form us — just as we experience our achievement of
    • unconsciously out of our own being and the laws that form us.
    • lifeless forms, though it can also be applied to the spatial and
    • formed geometrically within space; we feel thereby that we are on
    • formed so earnestly from out of ourselves. In these
    • experienced subjectively in ourselves, transforming it, in the case
    • shape is identical with the spatial concept we have formed. If we
    • construct for ourselves the form of space out of our human
    • constitution and then, having transformed it, find it again in the
    • forms externally. But the perception that is developed in
    • — but simply accept it in its already transformed shape,
    • now describing is not formal mathematics, but the reality of spiritual
    • perception. It is a path in real conformity with the spiritual and in
    • not only to approach forms externally, but to grasp them in their
    • mutual relationships — one starts from forms, not from external
    • apprehend forms but only the ends of the co-ordinates; we join up
    • lay hold of the forms, whereas in synthetic geometry we live within
    • present in its most primitive form: in the construction of
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • forms.
    • expressed in thought forms — as one expects of any view of the
    • or insipidly allegorical form. (This is frequently done when
    • from artistic perception, came to birth in the moulding of forms, in
    • single form is intended to mean anything — in this sense. Every
    • form is intended to be
    • forms, through the architecture, through the paintings. The
    • pictorial forms — i.e. in the visual art of our building. No
    • form. For, after all, everything in visual art points to, and
    • proceeds from, the human form. We must understand the human form in a
    • forms underlying our world, can be derived from the human form. But
    • finds oneself when, for example, one forms — also in
    • “space”, as we say — the human form plastically.
    • our minds' eyes in a much more concrete form.
    • hollow sphere is vague; I can form no mental picture when I try to
    • think it. Well, you would be right; one can form no mental picture.
    • vaulted sky where the stars are closely clustered, almost forming
    • and form constellations (as they are called). And so on. If you
    • patch of sky where the stars are close together and form almost a
    • face of these clusters of stars, pictures form themselves within the
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