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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • The writer is Hermann Bahr.
    • Hermann Bahr is the man I just described. I haven't counted all his
    • understand what people like Hermann Bahr mean by impressionism. Consider
    • has emerged. Hermann Bahr grew up with it and is now aware that he has
    • Hermann Bahr is a man who champions whatever he thinks to be right at
    • the German National Movement developed in Vienna, and Hermann Bahr became
    • For many years Hermann Bahr has been lecturing
    • that means to Hermann Bahr, who has been an impressionist all his life!
    • about that now. Hermann Bahr, however, was all aglow and whosoever said
    • from Hermann Bahr. Many people were blockheads in those days.
    • the topic of discussion in this coffee-house. As we have seen, Hermann
    • and they in turn call impressionists like Hermann Bahr dull blockheads
    • who are only warming over the past. To Hermann Bahr's surprise the rest
    • else for Hermann Bahr but to leam about expressionism, particularly
    • for expressionism. I assure you I am not making fun of Hermann Bahr.
    • Hermann Bahr now had to come to terms with
    • But, of course, Hermann Bahr could not speak
    • impression. Expressionists do the opposite. That is true; Hermann Bahr
    • it impossible to make something of this right away. Therefore, Hermann
    • through willing it. The clergyman described this beautifully. Hermann
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • such a spiritual understanding of the world. Last time I mentioned Hermann
    • Immanuel Hermann Fichte and a few others for our age.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • talks I told you that Hermann Bahr, a man I often met with in my youth,
    • likely that what I said back then could have been divulged to Hermann
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • science. That is why I quoted from Hermann Bahr's two books
    • age of fifty Hermann Bahr had the good will to finally begin —
    • Books such as Hermann Bahr's
    • Hermann Bahr in a sense presented a self-portrait in the character of
    • like Hermann Bahr's Franz, had gone through all kinds of developments
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • the difference between a page written by Herman Grimm and one written
    • Who can see that in one page of Herman Grimm
    • to compare Herman Grimm with Richard M. Meyer, or someone like him.
    • Herman Grimm, on the other hand, was not to be called a real worker
    • really lives in the style of Herman Grimm's works, in his manner of

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