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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • understands how difficult it is for a man involved in scientific work
    • least, not yet — as one may well understand. Anthroposophy is
    • do this in a way that will enable you to understand that
    • constituted that its three dimensions, as they are called, stand at
    • that would be necessary if we were to come to a clear understanding
    • dimension of space — standing vertically, so to speak, upon the
    • stand with our spatial concepts and spatial experiences within the
    • objectifying of this experience, man stands within the external world
    • “mathematicising”, do not show a deeper understanding of
    • of space — by walking and standing upright, by orientating
    • differently. From the logical, mathematical standpoint one can
    • have spatial extension but stand within the unextended — the
    • world. To understand the mathematical attitude of soul is to be led
    • wishes to understand clairvoyant activity must seek it where it is
    • scientific thinking — can help to a right understanding of what
    • this, nobody understands the Greek view of the world. But the Greeks
    • and gave him the scientific standpoint we have to-day — so
    • the firm base on which science stands to-day, seeks to extend this
    • anyone who stands to-day with full consciousness within Anthroposophy
    • derives this consciousness from standing within the course of human
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • sense, we need, before all else, to understand thoroughly the human
    • proceeds from, the human form. We must understand the human form in a
    • when we do so? Well: imagine yourself standing in a field on a clear,
    • with your human understanding — you achieve nothing. But if you
    • whole human being, with full understanding of the cosmos, then, in
    • we do not understand it if we try to explain it merely by what is
    • within the head. We understand it only if we conceive it as wrought
    • on to consider man's chest formation, we reach an inward understanding of
    • this — an understanding in respect to the human form —
    • understand what is expressed so wonderfully in the formation of the
    • head. If we want to understand what finds expression in the formation
    • understand man's lower limb-system, to which his metabolic system is
    • at such observations as those I have just made. I can well understand
    • a way that, at the same time, he can understand what the individual
    • approaches the lower limbs. He must, above all, be able to understand
    • what I have just hinted at: of being able actually to stand, as an
    • a human being. One needs only to understand that if an animal is, let
    • body. If we do this, and have the right sculptural understanding, we
    • artistic if we would understand things, but things simply do not
    • being, can be extended to his whole being, if one really understands
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