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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • feeling in life makes its appearance everywhere. Even if not
    • hair will appear genuine only if rather pert and if she is
    • appear as if what is seen here to be a demand of our soul,
    • appear very strange to the consciousness of present-day
    • Strictly speaking no colour, no line, appear in nature
    • the human head into the appearance of man himself, the result
    • something appears which shows man as a kind of ossified
    • appearance very unlike an ordinary man but reminding us of
    • one only in the forms of the head, Something appears that in
    • upwards over the head to appear like a kind of hood that is
    • up with the wings, In short, there appears a kind of
    • beside red. This appears rather trivial to anyone with a
    • into being, the design able to make its appearance, definite
    • appearance in the physical must take to itself physical
    • women it appears indeed as if they had not only been secretly
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • spiritual figures, appear before their eyes, so that the feel
    • catchwords and phrases appears to him as grotesque
    • appears to be in inward movement, it is not static or final;
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • treatises that are appearing in our time, with the object of
    • fellowmen. All things appear to us in a different setting, when
    • of Nature, which, to us, would appear empty and insignificant,
    • Nature. The Christian Middle Ages must appear to us in this
    • the particular appears gifted with the character of the
    • appeared in 1790, and at once created a favourable impression
    • disappears when the useful is no longer there. Not so with the
    • works of Nature, the former appear to us as mere semblance
    • (appearance). But they must be semblance, because they
    • Instead of this, Schelling appeared on the scene with a
    • says actually: ‘The beautiful is the sensuous appearance of the
    • forms of thought. Vischer calls beauty the appearance of the
    • connection with it will appear incomprehensible. We
    • appears to him. This is what Goethe means when he declares of
    • other side of appearance or semblance, when the being excels
    • appears in its highest manifestation in the blossom, and the
    • fruit, the outward phenomenon appears formless and gross,
    • appears as an ideal world. Consider what thou will'st, still
    • manner of its appearance is ideal. Where the ideal form appears
    • appears perhaps most eminently in music, because in music there
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • very different in appearance from that which purely physical
    • race. I appear to thee now just as a human soul would appear,
    • desire” by those who on earth describe the appearance
    • — also very different in appearance from that which
    • Earth, the body she remembered and which appeared to her here
    • it appears here, does not exist on the physical plane.
    • can only appear as scattered fragments which come up
    • very exterior.” And now there appeared — as the
    • see, shining through the surface of things which appear
    • became quite unlike all earthly things; her appearance became
    • the vision of Poetry there appeared the events of the

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