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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • he knew: the process of breathing now enters right into my head and
    • his being with the cosmos, learnt to know how his head was related to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • head apart from the rest. But, looking at this formation as a whole,
    • within the head. We understand it only if we conceive it as wrought
    • concern us here.) Whereas we relate man's head to the pole of the
    • when we study the human form with a sculptor's eye. For the head we need
    • head. If we want to understand what finds expression in the formation
    • upon the human forehead. One must be able to see from the nose how it
    • the human form before us, we direct our artistic eye at first to the head.
    • We do this with the urge to give plastic form to the head. We then try
    • to bring out all the details of this head, treating every surface
    • with loving care: the forehead, the arches above the eyes, the ears
    • run down the forehead and over the nose. We proceed, in accordance
    • what pertains to the human head.
    • would like to shape the head as lovingly as possible, but not the
    • sculpturally to what finds expression in the head. A human form
    • cannot possibly think of the cranium when I form the human head; I
    • form the head from without inwards, as the cosmos has moulded it. And
    • I form the corresponding bulges on the head in accordance with the
    • the cosmos, but can do so only with the head — the lower limbs
    • at the head alone, we see that only the upper part, the wonderfully vaulted
    • into the form of the nose, or how the forehead does this — how
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