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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • may be differently perceived by many people. The fact
    • created for the satisfaction of these particular needs. This
    • in our time satisfaction through art. On the other hand there
    • give much satisfaction — because blue is always treated
    • moving in fact within itself, then without having recourse to
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • none the less it is a fact; the seer feels this application
    • what he experiences; but because he silences the factors of
    • realise that the all-important factor is not the actual
    • not in any way a destructive factor.
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • portly volume. This feature may be ascribed to the fact that we
    • cultural factor confronts us, with which everything that would
    • scientific facts. Whether the results of his
    • productive force to see more in the realm of fact than
    • the mere outward facts. This is not accepted. The mighty
    • constituted as to find satisfaction in the reality that
    • Art a world that should offer satisfaction such as could not
    • found the source of all satisfaction. The mere imitation
    • within Nature so long as he was unconscious of this fact. The
    • to confront her, and this meant, in fact, that he had broken
    • divine, the necessary; we see nothing around us but facts that
    • we find satisfaction in the isolated event in nature, but only
    • Goethe this fact comes into evidence in the most perfect
    • imaginable form. With him also the fact is established
    • particular, can afford no satisfaction, because not in it but
    • recognition of this fact occurred; it is characteristic that
    • all-round satisfactory solution to these æsthetical
    • fact, not only the consequence of its own conformity to law;
    • satisfaction in the object of beauty are in no way
    • satisfaction of lower inclinations. The reason for pleasure in
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • she became something which was in actual fact very different



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