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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
    • mathematics — which does not, of course, work in a material way
    • co-ordinates. When we work with spatial coordinates, we do not
    • It will get to work because it knows how it has to work. Perhaps its
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • and work can be done.
    • spirit at work in the “kernel” the spirit that
    • working plastically on the forms upon its surface.
    • expression of what is elemental and primary. Such a work as, for example,
    • let its beauty work on us — if we intend to intensify its
    • individual being reveals to us how the whole cosmos works within it.
    • in which the force of gravity works from the earth's centre outwards,
    • into those forms. In the oldest works of sculpture it is the cosmos
    • work by mere imitation, copying a model, but one recreates by
    • forces working in from the cosmos.
    • respect to his chest, as its form is shaped by the cosmos, working
    • also shaped from without, but what a man is in his inner being works
    • that work through the cosmos when they build the human form. The
    • forces working through the mother. He must be able to create in such
    • working inwards, from all directions, out of the cosmos, and the
    • centrifugal forces working outwards and opposing the former. Man in
    • material is suited; otherwise, one is not working sculpturally but
    • only illustrating an idea, working novellistically. If one is forming
    • the human figure in wood, let us say, one will know when at work on
    • working from within. I must press, lightly or strongly, as the cosmic
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