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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • fail to perceive correctly what I have now to characterise by way of
    • perceive as a whole the qualitative element in the world — just
    • as, in a sense, we come to perceive space (which has, at first, no
    • perception. The mathematical structures we “perceive” in
    • accustomed to “perceive” them, do not admit this. But one
    • depth-dimension, by connecting all this with the abstractly perceived
    • that can be perceived, not in the ordinary way, but in the way I have
    • self-contemplation, but they perceived as the Greeks perceived (I
    • perceived only spirit permeated with sense-perceptions, or
    • the world, as we see colours and perceive tones. We grasp thought as
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • perceived in super-sensible worlds, so must one be in a position to
    • that. They were sensed (empfunden); they were perceived
    • new space. As soon as one gets so far, one perceives man's second
    • however, perceive (erschauen), by “imagination”,
    • whole animal to this. In short, one must perceive inwardly, with an
    • of ideas — to what one perceives (erschaut) in the
    • way that we express in thoughts what we have perceived; in art, we
    • immersing ourselves in it spiritually, we perceive
    • human soul what one perceives there, and be able to communicate it



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