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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • have to inflict upon you somewhat remote discussions — things
    • something objective, independent of his own being. It was this that
    • accept it as something given; he must fit himself into it when he has
    • — Euclidean geometry, at first — is nothing more than an
    • to the important thing. What we have won from out of ourselves is now
    • circumstances we cannot doubt that we can live within things with
    • spatial relations, we believe we are determining something completely
    • something permeating — to a certain extent — the outer
    • something subjective, but at the same time an objective event occurs
    • something of his subjective experience, moving himself in an
    • to be something quite different.
    • out of ourselves and find them again in things (and things in them)
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • contained in the world, so as to find them again in things, and then
    • to that perception of things in which we do not distinguish
    • structures in things, but simply stare at them and only take in their
    • of things as mathematical perception is with mathematical
    • on a higher level. The most astonishing thing is that mathematicians,
    • something quite special here. We could take a pendulum, for example,
    • in the constitution of our soul. Then one views these things
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • Nothing
    • attempt to achieve something one-sidedly theoretical — an
    • something born from man as a whole and to serve his whole
    • being. It would be, on the one hand, something that can very well be
    • in clothing the nut, is shaped by the same laws that shape the
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • nothing to do with what is usually expressed when people come and
    • single form is intended to mean anything — in this sense. Every
    • something — in the genuinely artistic sense; it
    • people who come to Dornach to-day and maintain that something
    • the anthroposophical view of the world is something new entering
    • this is not the essential thing. The essential thing, at least for
    • form. For, after all, everything in visual art points to, and
    • things that is apparently — but only apparently — quite
    • And what is its counterpart? Nothing other than an infinitely remote
    • everything in relation to it, instead of to a point by means of
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • with your human understanding — you achieve nothing. But if you
    • dimensions — where space itself is concrete, something
    • achieve nothing. A mere chart of the starry heavens, such as astronomers
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