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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • justification for existence. For in face of a purely
    • ordinary physical existence met with in the world of the
    • and which so often in our existence affords us bitter
    • after the vision, which in reality exists in the soul of each
    • forth from the human form what is not existing in the actual
    • asymmetry existing in us all — no-one's right and left
    • life, overcomes in nature what is striving for existence
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • connection exists between the impulses inherent in artistic
    • between numbers as they exist in his thinking; hence, in his
    • conscious of his existence outside the body, in the spiritual
    • he so transforms what exists in space that it works in lines,
    • existing in space, but this evades the faculties with which
    • existence of which must be realised, is an obstacle to man's
    • with everything that has material existence in the body. But
    • in all material existence there is spiritual existence,
    • of balance which exists between soul and body.
    • proportion in architecture exists also within man's own being
    • its real nature is not yet in existence, but then such
    • that form of true existence which is needed by man if he is
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • That the science of the Beautiful only came into existence so
    • late is no accident. It could not exist earlier, simply because
    • existing in its original perfection. Hence all the conflicts of
    • works of Christian Art came into existence. Philosophy, which
    • of Art could not come into existence, nor was this possible at
    • for the existence of the object. Pleasure in the useful
    • the possession, with the existence of the object, for it is not
    • produces in the artist works, which, while existing for our
    • existence. And man's nature, at this stage, shows such
    • come to existence are, to be sure, not fully true to Nature,
    • — such a science does not exist: it must be created. It
    • great works of art are brought into existence by men, as are
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • it appears here, does not exist on the physical plane.
    • earth, that would not have come into existence without this
    • and profound emotions, all emotions existing like a mighty

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