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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • this course, and it will be my task to present here, in the main, the
    • Although Anthroposophy has certainly much to correct in present-day
    • included, very much to add to the present material for research, it
    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • branch of present-day science which is least of all attacked in
    • what must be presented as a higher, qualitative
    • apprehend the inner nature of the spiritual present everywhere in the
    • present in its most primitive form: in the construction of
    • developed and led at last to the elaboration of our present
    • present is the third — in this development, and I shall do so
    • regarded as a world of ideas and present of itself in the soul, thus
    • epochs through all kinds of exercises is present of itself in later
    • This was called Music; it was not our present music but a
    • is a clairvoyant, but the procedure can be clearly presented in this
    • historical movement that has brought humanity to its present
    • standpoint. Anyone who knows the course of history up to the present,
    • necessities; knows that man's path must go beyond present
    • must know what steps to take from the present standpoint of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • world-views are given external representation: symbols or allegories
    • a secret that our present-day perception has, one might almost say,
    • human beings — present to physical eyes, one attains to what I
    • revolve, according to present-day astronomy, but that does not
    • the thickness of the arm depends on what is present there as
    • — since one cannot, as you know, represent a man's gaze,
    • representing large or small, slit or oval, or more or less, less
    • straight eyes. But how one represents the way the eye passes over
    • and present him as an outwardly active form. Thus one who has a human

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