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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • experiences. Suppose we could shape other experiences — our
    • — in the same way that we create and shape our experience of
    • bring the cubical shape with us from our geometry, knowing that its
    • shape is identical with the spatial concept we have formed. If we
    • between triangular and rectangular shapes, do not see geometrical
    • — but simply accept it in its already transformed shape,
    • which entered into things and was clearly aware that man shapes all
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • result from other laws than those that shape the kernel. The shell,
    • in clothing the nut, is shaped by the same laws that shape the
    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • “imaginations” took shape out of the old, instinctive
    • one receives can take an infinite variety of shapes.
    • shaped man. One forms as Nature herself forms. But then one's whole
    • with our aim, to give this or that shape to the nose. In short, we
    • would like to shape the head as lovingly as possible, but not the
    • force, developing forces, not what takes shape as muscle or bone. And
    • were to give too definite shape to his lower limbs.
    • respect to his chest, as its form is shaped by the cosmos, working
    • shape the mouth? Oh, in shaping the mouth we really give shape to the
    • also shaped from without, but what a man is in his inner being works
    • shapes out of itself, and from such perception (Schauen) one
    • artistic sculptor and expected to give plastic shape to plant forms.
    • movements in some vague way. One cannot shape plants plastically.
    • plastic shape of a plant, one thinks instinctively of its body of
    • can be given plastic shape. The artistic creation of animal forms is,
    • respiratory process. If one intends to give plastic shape to a camel
    • give plastic shape to the various animal forms.
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