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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • largely determines the character of our external world. Having
    • outer world and are able to determine our position and motion by
    • changing distance, between two bodies in the outer world according to
    • world and appearing to belong there.
    • objectifying of this experience, man stands within the external world
    • in the world. To put it another way, whether we see an automaton or a
    • disposition of the world, quite objective.
    • could create from out of ourselves, let us say, the world of colour,
    • same way, project (as it were) into the outer world what we first
    • in the outer world what we have experienced within us as space, and,
    • we have the space world around us, so we should have around us a
    • world of intermingling colours and tones. We should speak of an
    • objectified world of flowing colours and singing tones, as we speak
    • world which otherwise only confronts him as the world of effects
    • world, so we can train ourselves, this time by conscious
    • contained in the world, so as to find them again in things, and then
    • to-day has the same space-world — unless he be abnormally
    • manner, and in such a way that we experience with it the world as
    • region of the world.
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • anthroposophical conception of the world. This conception is not an
    • world that is propounded. On the other hand, the anthroposophical
    • world-view would be essentially more comprehensive; it strives to be
    • anthroposophical view of the world. And just as one can speak in the
    • perceived in super-sensible worlds, so must one be in a position to
    • anthroposophical world-view proceed from the same spirit.
    • world-views are given external representation: symbols or allegories
    • that the anthroposophical conception of the world rejects such
    • As a view of the world, it should spring from an inner spiritual life
    • the anthroposophical view of the world is something new entering
    • previous lectures, then, naturally, what had been in the world before
    • brought in. The anthroposophical world-view had to show itself
    • the plastic art to which the anthroposophical world-view had been
    • element in our world and, at the same time, proceeds from our human being.
    • forms underlying our world, can be derived from the human form. But
    • on a secret pertaining to our human way of looking at the world
    • to apply to objects in this world the space of which I spoke yesterday
    • feel the universe and see in man a microcosm — a world in
    • in which the man reacts to the world out of his metabolic system. In
    • of the world and into a living perception of what can no longer be
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