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- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
- Greek under Wilamowitz, or have learned about philosophy from Eucken
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
- on epistemology. Then the Greek and Latin classics, Shakespeare,
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
- of our epoch look at the art of Greek antiquity and admire the artists'
- for this difference is that the ancient Greeks simply had a keener sense
- Well, those who nowadays imitate ancient Greek games certainly won't
- turn into Greeks, you can take my word for it; but people just love
- Greeks represented what they saw differently than we do now. This was
- because the Greeks still had something within them. We know the Greeks
- The ancient Greeks lived more within themselves than we do. Consequently,
- himself. Yes, indeed, the ancient Greeks could do more than we because
- and perceives the outer world. When the ancient Greeks watched a bird
- acknowledge the inner understanding of sculpture the ancient Greeks
- still had and we no longer have. We have to understand that when a Greek
- Greeks. This inner life of feeling had to be subdued so human beings
- do. Modern Japanese still see more correctly in the Greek sense —
- albeit not with the ancient Greeks' sense for beauty — than we
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