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- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
- of himself that he has been an impressionist all his life, because he
- was born in the age of impressionism.
- Now let us define in a few words what impressionism
- understand what people like Hermann Bahr mean by impressionism. Consider
- But in modern times what is called impressionism
- been an impressionist in all he did. When he discussed paintings —
- standpoint of impressionism. When he wrote about painting, he wanted
- to be an impressionist himself, and that is what he was, and still is
- in his own way. Now what does such a man mean by impressionism in art?
- He means by impressionism that the artist is utterly afraid to add anything
- out of his or her own soul to the external impression given by nature.
- Music and architecture can therefore never be purely impressionist.
- However, in painting and in poetry pure impressionism is quite possible.
- own soul was to be excluded. Thus, the impressionist painters tried
- it, before they had in any way digested the visual impression. In other
- it before one has added anything to the picture and the impression it
- evoked — that is impressionism! Of course, there are different
- interpretations of impressionism, but this is its essential nature.
- impression of it, without having mentally digested it. As you can imagine,
- it can work quite well to give only the first impression. A socialist
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- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
- that this is true when you consider how easily we can store the impressions
- the impressions of the sense of touch. Just try it and you'll see how
- or desire to remember it. The impression sinks down in the same way
- very few people will be satisfied with the soul impression of taste
- are propagated nowadays, claiming that all impressions we have of other
- not by looking at it from the outside and receiving the impression of
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
- been impressed upon us in the long course of earth evolution. Essentially,
- through the mere fact that you received an impression of the colored
- a particular environment, a good deal will still be impressed into the
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
- under it that were quite impressive. For example, people could find
- truth. No matter how often we abstractly impress upon ourselves that
- how many beautiful ethical truths about the use of time we impress upon
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
- Then Oppenheimer goes on to talk about his own impressions of the book.
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
- those who are dulled to impressions and those who are sensitive and
- did not receive vivid impressions of things that do deeply impress other
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