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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,
    • age fitted for giving clearer expression to this artistic
    • expressionism — than was the case earlier, when the
    • days — come very near the creations of present-day
    • which meet us in what is called expressionism get near this
    • appear very strange to the consciousness of present-day
    • bear something within it which, if left to its own life,
    • 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
    • the human form constitutes the ear is spread out and joined
    • up with the wings, In short, there appears a kind of
    • at Dornach, near Basle, an attempt has been made to realise
    • Thus the onlooker is obliged in his heart to bring about what
    • together with Raphael in a former life on earth, when we
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • come across artists realise the fear, very prevalent among;
    • spiritual figures, appear before their eyes, so that the feel
    • investigator must learn the methods which make it possible so
    • yearn for cloudy, nebulous experience of all kinds; it is
    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • is full of light and has clear definition develops from them.
    • working. He learns to recognise the forces of the universe in
    • just described. To begin with, as we have heard, this new
    • soul — which bears him into that world — is served by
    • catchwords and phrases appears to him as grotesque
    • appears to be in inward movement, it is not static or final;
    • man raises upwards, either clearly or dimly, inner rhythmic
    • underlying it are unconscious. In seership there is clear
    • regions are quite separate in human experience. The fear,
  • 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
    • are ever more clearly realising how, in the person of Goethe, a
    • Goethe and his epoch that we can acquire a clear view of the
    • fellowmen. All things appear to us in a different setting, when
    • importance as the way he sets to work. His results bear
    • in relation to the progress of scientific research has been
    • be recognised. If we take these words to heart, then the
    • research: to revert in each case to Goethe's own tendencies.
    • the branches of research to which Goethe devoted his attention
    • will be possible, and, what is more, they will all bear the
    • research, the justification of which it were folly to deny,
    • artistic creation, is barely 160 years old. It was with
    • research that Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten came forward with
    • research, thus showing clearly that he had no conception
    • late is no accident. It could not exist earlier, simply because
    • all that they sought; all that their hearts yearned and their
    • was never to go so far with them, that a yearning should be
    • born in their heart for a Something which we seek in vain in
    • of Nature, which, to us, would appear empty and insignificant,
    • instant he gained full and clear knowledge of his own self, the
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • streaming into her heart, for she has no attention to spare
    • throughout her slumber. And she hears the youth who, born out
    • very different in appearance from that which purely physical
    • race. I appear to thee now just as a human soul would appear,
    • attached to one another in the ear. This is my last tiny
    • over here all that men learn during physical life yonder
    • attachment to the earth!”
    • of everything in the earth's evolution. Wert thou to intrude
    • desire” by those who on earth describe the appearance
    • — also very different in appearance from that which
    • earth. But mankind tore the last of my offspring from me and
    • earthly form, for she had been asleep but a little while, she
    • consciousness, and another spirit figure drew near which
    • their sense of being alive, as long as they are on earth,
    • Earth, the body she remembered and which appeared to her here
    • talent. And by doing so she endowed mankind upon the earth
    • world of imagination. A figure now drew near concerning which
    • it appears here, does not exist on the physical plane.
    • can only appear as scattered fragments which come up
    • me. They have only been able to tear me to pieces. From me
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