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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • expressionism — than was the case earlier, when the
    • vision — though this should not take place in the case of
    • in both cases is something quite different, In the one case,
    • fuller consciousness than has been the case in former epochs.
    • is particularly the case with blue. It is less so with yellow
    • perceive, for example, the following. In the case of certain
    • the first place it has to kill. In the case of many charming
    • live in art as an artist. In any case a profound study of
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • these figures are conversing with each other. In such cases,
    • it is at the sight of red — only in this case it is a
    • clairvoyant in ordinary life? We are clairvoyant in a case
    • Philistines may speak of degeneration in such cases) such a
    • artist's case the impulses remain in the subconscious. These
    • to the other. Indeed the contrary is the case.
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • necessarily come to terms. To pass by would mean, in this case,
    • in most cases, the right thing would be for us to apply his
    • research: to revert in each case to Goethe's own tendencies.
    • was, in this case, fully sufficient. We have forgotten how to
    • first Being, the same should be the case in the sphere of the
    • that the reality spread out before our senses in no case
    • indeed the case, and if I may here express my own conviction,
    • translate the idea into reality: we are content, in the case of
    • logic. We submit, in the first case, to necessity as imposed by
    • Nature, and, in the second case, as imposed by Reason. Freedom
    • feeling of pleasure in the work of Art rest? In this case it
    • to penetrate to the idea, than is the case with works of Art.’
    • elementary cases in which pleasure is felt are examined;
    • then, mounting from these to more and more complicated cases,

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