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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • desire for the embodiment of an idea, for the artistic
    • which in many people has to be first developed — artistic
    • walls which has to do with artistic perception. When I am
    • soul, either in artistic creation or in the enjoyment of art.
    • to find that the soul-processes in the artist and the lover
    • describe is experienced in advance by the artist; he
    • the artist makes his start. Now it seems to me that the
    • age fitted for giving clearer expression to this artistic
    • these trends have prevailed, artistic perceptions, artistic
    • there is of necessity more interest in the artistic and
    • artistic concepts of the scholar were very far from what was
    • artistic creation and the appreciation of art, we can very
    • well see how there is a source of artistic work which
    • this is what constitutes artistic creation.
    • it becomes artistic perception.
    • same artistic perception I should like to say something more
    • become reconciled. It becomes necessary to atone artistically
    • intellectual and without artistic feeling, for any idea,
    • actually accomplished in art — in artistic creation and
    • would have been looked upon as very primitive had the artist
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • The Sources of Artistic Imagination andThe Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
    • The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the
    • connection exists between the impulses inherent in artistic
    • imagination, artistic creative power and appreciation, and
    • come across artists realise the fear, very prevalent among;
    • them, that artistic creative power might be disturbed by any
    • whence artistic imagination receives its impulses, such
    • that certain gifted artists whose creations suggest a kind of
    • imagination. Writers of fairy-tales or other artists who try
    • of resemblance between artistic creation, artistic
    • of view the argument that the artist ought not to allow his
    • essentials of the connection between artistic imagination and
    • connections of true artistic creation and appreciation with
    • artistic imagination and seership it is necessary to realise
    • creating out of artistic imagination or phantasy will
    • the reality takes place in all artistic activity. In artistic
    • active. The artist adheres to his perception of the external
    • world. In his artistic creation there remains the image of
    • Everything that the artist has absorbed in life works on as
    • will be of artistic imagination, based upon his personal
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • artistic creation, is barely 160 years old. It was with
    • lies a noble task which accrues to the artist. He has, so to
    • produces in the artist works, which, while existing for our
    • didactic poetry in the poetic art, are the highest artistic
    • merely becomes a storehouse for collections of notes on artists
    • living presentment of its own Idea. The artist must grasp and
    • permit. The artist must revert to Nature's tendency, as this
    • which much may be developed.’ In the artist's work the whole
    • with which the artist goes to work are none other than the
    • Artistic creation rests not on what is, but on what might be;
    • not on the actual, but on the possible. The artist creates
    • what the artist wills; in giving it its form, he directs
    • object which the artist sets before us is more perfect than it
    • ‘The artist, to be sure, must faithfully and devotedly follow
    • of artistic activity, where actually a picture becomes a
    • cloak that is divine. The artist does not bring the divine on
    • Taken in this sense, the artist appears as the continuator of
    • artist with the cosmic Spirit, and Art appears as the
    • continuation of Nature's process. Thus the artist raises
    • find expressed by Goethe in his poem, ‘The Artist's
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • beings who are active through an artist's true creativity.

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