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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • accustomed to speak of three-dimensional space; we picture it so
    • constituted that its three dimensions, as they are called, stand at
    • our earthly life, we did not first experience its three
    • might say: we place, in a certain way, the three dimensions of space
    • organism, as the three dimensions linked to our own subjective being.
    • from the three-dimensional space experienced within, the external
    • experience of space in its three dimensions and in his subsequent
    • in the same way in which we build the three dimensions of space from
    • to regard this space (with its three dimensions) in such a way that
    • (applicable to three dimensions) and to arrive at a fourth dimension
    • three-dimensional to four-dimensional space. But there one must make
    • three dimensions is in going on abstractly from the second to the
    • space becomes filled with spirit, whereas three-dimensional space is
    • to draw your attention to three stages only — of which the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • I said that the three spatial dimensions, by which we determine all the
    • when one has space in its three dimensions so concretely before
    • point and set up three axes at right angles to one another. (As I
    • these axes by determining distances from them (or from the three
    • the three dimensions — as we can determine him in relation to
    • these three dimensions, saying: his body extends linearly in one of
    • extended in an arbitrary way in three dimensions. We have before us
    • one's way into the human organism in order to have the three
    • One looks into oneself to find, for example, the three dimensions.
    • as the basis, in man, of the three geometrical space-dimensions. What
    • cannot express it exhaustively by three dimensions. One
    • indicate the space I spoke of yesterday by three lines at right



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