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- Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
- myself to call “the scientific spirit”, has, in many
- research, while the other lecturers will deal with special scientific
- Anthroposophy encounters from scientific quarters. I can only assure
- understands how difficult it is for a man involved in scientific work
- to-day to pass from the scientific attitude into Anthroposophy.
- scientific criteria that one feels entitled to impose to-day.
- respect to its scientific character and importance. I admit,
- firm scientific ground when we enter into objects with what we have
- in an exact, scientific way.
- scientific thinking — can help to a right understanding of what
- our attention upon scientific thinking to-day. It is able to see clearly
- This is, at least, a kind of ideal for scientific method to-day. But
- it was not always so. The scientific spirit, as acknowledged to-day,
- disposition of soul that man has to-day. He cultivates the scientific
- and gave him the scientific standpoint we have to-day — so
- scientific spirit.
- knows from its scientific attitude — from an attitude as scientific
- Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
- shall try, from the scientific point of view, to glance at the field
- therefore be able to speak, not only from the theoretical, scientific
- scientific spirit, in the sense in which I characterised it
- body” — we can let ordinary scientific study be
- thoroughly scientific, while we, however, pass on to what becomes, of
- by his becoming scientific — will be apparent. With his
- if we take hold of it scientifically, with ideas —
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