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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • something objective, independent of his own being. It was this that
    • space. In thus objectifying space we are able to study the external
    • movements and relative positions of objects with the help of ideas
    • firm scientific ground when we enter into objects with what we have
    • objective and independent of ourselves. It does not occur to us that
    • objectifying of this experience, man stands within the external world
    • experiences of space, are at the same time objective. After all, it
    • something subjective, but at the same time an objective event occurs
    • disposition of the world, quite objective.
    • now focus attention on the human being as, in this way, he objectifies
    • objective domain by himself traversing space — for, in
    • objectifying space, he really bears this space within himself also
    • and then confront external coloured objects, we should then, in the
    • actually only subjective, while what is external, objective is said
    • objectified world of flowing colours and singing tones, as we speak
    • — can be added to the ordinary objective perception of objects
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • to apply to objects in this world the space of which I spoke yesterday
    • determination of any object occupying space; or, as in kinematics,



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