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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- general but above all out of a deep feeling for art, that
- however, is deeply rooted in life; were this not sot through
- in some way or other, its roots must go deep down into
- investigating more deeply the processes taking place in the
- not going deeply enough into the human soul to grasp what
- have to go deeper down into this life of the soul to discover
- however; they do not look sufficiently deeply into the soul,
- which are not needed, but to perceive what these deep
- These deep
- learned from him many things that have entered deeply into
- feeling for colour, yet in a deeper sense people are only
- way we can make the form speak, how, deep in our
- sources of art can be said to represent very deep needs,
- extremely deep in the subconscious, yet in certain
- to sink themselves deeply into nature.
- comprehensible — words arising out of deep perception and
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- begins to develop a new and much deeper kind of feeling and
- problems are often much deeper than those of the material
- thought. Certain deeply thoughtful artists have realised
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- her is left to chance. At any rate, a deep chasm now separates
- unable to advance more deeply into her. She lifts us unasked
- nothing in common with reality; he plunges deep into reality,
- none saw as deeply as Schiller into the structure of Goethe's
- Who, like Goethe, ever grasped in Art such deep significance?
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- deep slumber. One of them, the one who had been so acutely
- described by saying that it was like a deep and repressed
- could have been appreciated only by one who has looked deep
- were the deep experiences attained by the soul of that woman
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