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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • have here, if I may express it in a comparison, is not simple
    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
    • express myself about these things with radical honesty, I replied:
    • further, leads us to press on into the super-sensible world.
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • expression of cosmic laws in a sum of ideas. It intends to be
    • expressed in thought forms — as one expects of any view of the
    • expressed the task confronting us in Dornach with the help of a trivial
    • shell for what would be done within it as an expression of the
    • or that and then simply giving them external expression in symbolic
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • nothing to do with what is usually expressed when people come and
    • means itself, expresses itself.
    • not expressing what has come to birth with this building. Our aim is
    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • course, if such intentions press on one's heart and soul, one becomes
    • one can express motion in space.
    • cannot express it exhaustively by three dimensions. One
    • expression of what is elemental and primary. Such a work as, for example,
    • impressed upon it — “beauty” in the original
    • impressed upon this being derives from the cosmos. The beauty of this
    • expression in the human form, for example.
    • understand what is expressed so wonderfully in the formation of the
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