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- Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
- mental perception (Anschauung), of space from out of
- to sense perceptions, however, science has become really confused. In
- perception” (imaginative Anschauung). Every human being
- perception” — a technical term that does not denote
- — can be added to the ordinary objective perception of objects
- such “imaginative perception”. In this we come to
- stage of super-sensible perception. Sense-perception may be compared
- to that perception of things in which we do not distinguish
- forms externally. But the perception that is developed in
- of things as mathematical perception is with mathematical
- the pattern for all that one requires for super-sensible perception.
- perception. The mathematical structures we “perceive” in
- space are super-sensible perceptions — though we,
- first stage in this research, is only a perception that penetrates
- In respect to human perception, however, much is understood
- own being, of space — of our conception and perception of space
- progression but oscillation. Our perception of space must return into
- perception. It is a path in real conformity with the spiritual and in
- by the introduction of what can be known by super-sensible perception.
- into my eyes. He felt his perceptions permeated by the flow of the
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- Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
- from artistic perception, came to birth in the moulding of forms, in
- it had its origin in a thoroughly artistic act of perception and had
- a secret that our present-day perception has, one might almost say,
- connected with man — so one can acquire a perception of
- one advances beyond ordinary perception, which suffices for geometry,
- one acquires the perception needed for these wide expanses; one
- the damping-down of this instinctive, living, imaginative perception,
- in order that intellectual perception, which sets men free, should
- — if we wish to be whole human beings — a perception of
- able to study the human form with inward, imaginative perception, we
- of the world and into a living perception of what can no longer be
- shapes out of itself, and from such perception (Schauen) one
- transition from observation to artistic perception, and to artistic
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