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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • upon today. It seems to me not only true to the spirit of
    • sin”. Today I don't want to enlarge upon whether the
    • to the senses. That what is ordinarily physical in everyday
    • been brought more to the surface of consciousness. Today
    • days — come very near the creations of present-day
    • appear very strange to the consciousness of present-day
    • science than was possible in Goethe's day, when through an
    • carried further but would lead us too far afield for today.
    • in the appreciation of art — must today be raised into
    • naturally took a different form from that of our day, of, for
    • meets us, though today in a rather elementary form, a
    • all this. From these beginnings, which today are the
    • Today I can
    • especially in those of today — moves altogether towards
    • to hold good for his perceptions and his reason. Some day the
    • today,
    • reasoning but discovers in the way indicated today, the
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • bodily, physical instrument. I cannot speak at length to-day
    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • that is grossly misunderstood nowadays because materialism
    • of speech, as a means of everyday mutual understanding and
    • as the means of everyday mutual understanding is really a
    • of seership I have been describing to-day by explaining its
    • everyday consciousness know nothing about the process, but
    • the Spiritual must set out to assimilate what, even to-day,
    • can be grasped of the Divine-Spiritual to-day, in like an
    • Philistine seership of to-day, which is very far from having
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • participate in the intellectual life of the present day must
    • it is a peculiarity of our day that the spiritual productive
    • in those days had Theology in tow, was as incapable as the
    • devoted to this subject, we are bound to admit to-day that an
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • in their dances of today. But by doing only what thou hast
    • can enact with purity of life that which to-day is given over
    • now. Thou canst contrast them with the human forms of to-day,

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