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- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- purely through activity of the soul, independently of the
- the reality takes place in all artistic activity. In artistic
- seership differs fundamentally from the activity out of which
- and willing develop towards within, an activity of soul that
- It is an activity of soul to which thought-structures are
- forms. An activity of intellect is born, which thinks in
- spiritual activity of intellect unfold, but the seer is as
- living activity that transcends words. A man who has
- must develop the twofold activity of giving form to the
- speech, even in ordinary life, is an artistic activity With
- connection with different forms of artistic activity.
- all our activity of mental presentation and perception.
- through a meditative, intellectual activity to grasp what
- this way are able to raise to a higher level an activity
- experience; the one activity need not in any way be injurious
- and freer in their spiritual activity. The artist himself
- activity does not hinder, but quickens external vision) so a
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- the circle of his life and activity, deifies him for the
- with objective value. The separation of the activity of the two
- activity, that his physical nature acts spiritually, while his
- lead. Merck describes Goethe's creative activity in the
- his own creative activity: ‘I seek in everything a point from
- of artistic activity, where actually a picture becomes a
- Only when we traverse the whole gamut of expressive activity in
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- of their inventive activity, and whereby thou wilt become an
- contains a property that in its thought-activity is not
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