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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • from any selected point; thus he inserts himself into space, as a
    • When we make the lines of vision of our eyes intersect at a point and
    • focus both eyes on this point, we expand space, which would otherwise
    • first experienced within ourselves, placing ourselves at a point of
    • has reached a definite point, it swings back again to the opposite
    • differently. From the logical, mathematical standpoint one can
    • must turn back at a certain point, and the fourth dimension becomes
    • space and reach the point.
    • second and first dimension and reach the point where we no longer
    • no-dimensions — that is, the point. This leads us spiritually
    • to the highest if we apprehend it, not as an empty point, but as a
    • “filled” point.
    • to-day — though from another point of view. Natural science
    • and gave him the scientific standpoint we have to-day — so
    • standpoint. Anyone who knows the course of history up to the present,
    • must know what steps to take from the present standpoint of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • shall try, from the scientific point of view, to glance at the field
    • form. For, after all, everything in visual art points to, and
    • point and set up three axes at right angles to one another. (As I
    • pointed out yesterday, one ought to take this point in concrete space
    • secret of this space is that one cannot set out from one point and relate
    • all else to it. One must set out from the counterpart of this point.
    • I have, instead of a point, a hollow sphere in which I find myself, and
    • everything in relation to it, instead of to a point by means of
    • At this point
    • If someone has a magnetic needle, and one end points to the north,
    • deepest part of the human being, as at a point within his soul,
    • what, to some extent, streams out from man to all points of the periphery
    • point — as plastic art strives to have all the secrets of the
    • point). The human form in plastic art is the answer to the great

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