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- Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
- which is usually called geometry and, at least in those parts of it
- outside us. And what we conceive as space, the space we use in geometry
- — Euclidean geometry, at first — is nothing more than an
- space we speak of in geometry, we extend our consciousness
- bring the cubical shape with us from our geometry, knowing that its
- space of geometry (which the child learns to know from inner
- is called modern or synthetic geometry.” You see, when one
- passes from analytic to synthetic geometry — which enables us,
- these ends and obtain the curves. In analytical geometry we do not
- lay hold of the forms, whereas in synthetic geometry we live within
- things inwardly. In this way the student learnt Geometry
- through inward exercises, and this geometry, as something involving
- synthetic geometry that I became clear about the clairvoyant's
- procedure. Naturally, not everyone who has studied synthetic geometry
- Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
- place, Euclidean geometry — we set out, as you all know, from a
- one advances beyond ordinary perception, which suffices for geometry,
- analytical geometry, as one constructs Euclidean space. One can,
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