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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • general but above all out of a deep feeling for art, that
    • to reveal her open secret feels an irresistible longing for
    • reveal her secret feels an almost invincible antipathy
    • perceptive feeling for art and the creations of art it is
    • feeling: Anyone wishing in art for the physical alone can
    • a state of barbarism in man's life of feeling Art itself,
    • feeling — from a lower boundary up to one that is higher,
    • feeling in life makes its appearance everywhere. Even if not
    • in the form of art itself this feeling arises when, in the
    • result of pure thought, what is feelingly perceived and
    • invited me there, I shall have the quite natural feeling that
    • does not do so I shall feel that my being invited into the
    • life. On meeting a woman in a red dress we shall feel that
    • not pert we shall feel disappointed. It goes without saying
    • feelings tend in this direction.
    • external things of the sense-world, has a feeling that they
    • feeling that any form, anything at all in nature lacks the
    • what feeling demands when not the head but the rest of the
    • intellectual and without artistic feeling, for any idea,
    • physical-superphysical. For a feeling is abroad that what is
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • spiritual figures, appear before their eyes, so that the feel
    • feel obliged to adduce against the spiritual-scientific point
    • absent, but feeling and willing are present — although in
    • super-sensible knowledge, although it buds forth from feeling
    • super-sensible knowledge, feeling and willing must fill the
    • of the rest of man's being is quiescent. Feeling and willing
    • direction when feeling and willing are functioning in the
    • When feeling
    • full of reality than ordinary thinking, is born from feeling
    • shadowy thinking of ordinary life, he feels related to these
    • harmonies of proportion and form, willing and feeling are
    • thinking, he feels related with what the architect creates.
    • As a new life of feeling — different from that of
    • feels kinship with what the architect and sculptor create in
    • nature of the seer's thinking and new life of feeling, by
    • spiritual intellectuality develops out of the feeling and
    • begins to develop a new and much deeper kind of feeling and
    • new kind of emotion and feeling. In the condition of
    • consciousness; the seer feels as though he has become one
    • feeling identified with it, poetry — the poetic
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • world in which we feel ourselves placed, we can never find the
    • could feel its own self, would cry out in exultation, as having
    • especially gifted men, ‘of feeling a kind of shyness before
    • were the feelings of those who beheld the Olympian Jupiter, as
    • pleasure we feel in the beautiful works of art. He finds this
    • feeling of pleasure quite different from any other. Comparing
    • it to the pleasure we feel when concerned with an object to
    • the feeling of delight in the Beautiful a feeling that is
    • necessity, he feels independent, for the order he introduces
    • feeling of pleasure in the work of Art rest? In this case it
    • feeling of pleasure; as though every feeling of pleasure were
    • feelings of pleasure could be distinguished by any other means
    • that pleasure is an aesthetic feeling when we recognise the
    • inferior to the purely intellectual pleasure which we feel in
    • exultation which we feel in view of the world of Ideas
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • their inmost feelings and experiences.
    • is utterly heedless of her own feelings, utterly oblivious to
    • her physical suffering from the cold. We feel warmth
    • compared with the impressions and feelings of the soul. But a
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form —
    • feelings which cause human language to shrivel up, or which



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