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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • hardly get beyond a refined form of illustration, imitation
    • in the form of art itself this feeling arises when, in the
    • a physical form — lights up in a form that is perceptible
    • subconscious and formerly not drawn from thence, have now
    • a certain respect — at least in comparison with former
    • than we recognise, to transform itself in the sense of this
    • external impression, an external form — for example, a
    • the morbid vision. This work of art then, this outer form of
    • vision to divine what form, what plastic impression, we have
    • lower life by one that is higher. The human form, permeated
    • This happens in such a way that the human form may be said to
    • approaching the human form the sculptor, if only
    • He finds that this human form is wishing for something that
    • forth from the human form what is not existing in the actual
    • transformed leaves, and which is then extended to all forms
    • metamorphosis of form, anyone. who can see how one form
    • perceived — to be capable of transformation into a human
    • more developed form contains the entire human organism,. The
    • perceiving this when inwardly we are able really to transform
    • when the head is transformed into the whole organism,
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • transformation of what a man reproduces within himself from
    • a quite different form from that of ordinary life.
    • architectonic forms and proportions, into what the architect
    • nothing so closely akin as to the forms in which the
    • forms — they are living thought-forms — he penetrates
    • that expresses itself in forms of the world of space. The
    • harmonies of proportion and form, willing and feeling are
    • these forms which weave through proportion and the relations
    • forms. An activity of intellect is born, which thinks in
    • terms of objects and space-forms; and these space-forms shape
    • inherent life. These are the thought-forms by means of which
    • is felt to be related with all that lives in the forms
    • nevertheless attempts to form something by means of
    • transformed into spiritual intellectuality, the poetic art is
    • transformed into plastic, objective forces which the seer
    • beholds. He sees what is genuine, what has been formed out of
    • seer obliged to transpose into form, into substantiality, his
    • experience which is in the spiritual world, formless. To
    • inner, form-giving forces to the content of materiel
    • he so transforms what exists in space that it works in lines,
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • same uniform stamp, and form links within a great uniform
    • fundamental questions in Art. All former attempts in the
    • man from reality, and he must restore the harmony formerly
    • — a uniformly progressive chain of beings, within which
    • objective as the colours and the forms of things, but they are
    • regulated for this purpose; just as colours and forms are only
    • single detail; where the forms of the phenomena merge into the
    • archetypes are no empty forms; they are the productive forces
    • imaginable form. With him also the fact is established
    • life into the human form, uplifts man above himself, completes
    • struggled to find the most suitable scientific form for
    • forms in which it asserts itself, in the various branches of
    • conformity to purpose is thereby excluded from the Beautiful;
    • second explanation of the Beautiful: It is something formed in
    • itself in conformity to purpose, without, however, serving an
    • formative impulse; that is none other than Reason, which brings
    • bearing altered at will. In this transformation of reality no
    • strictly conform to the laws of Reason; here everything is in
    • former is thereby ennobled, and the latter is brought down from
    • works of Nature, the former appear to us as mere semblance
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • kind akin to dreaming in its form. It was the manifestation
    • the first time thou seest my real form.”
    • and changing movement into dance, completed it as a form.
    • “Now thou hast transformed me!” cried the figure
    • Spirits of Form by grouping thy steps into a rhythmic
    • pattern. Thou hast brought me myself to Spirits of Form. But
    • the Spirits of Form who are charged with the bringing about
    • upon the mission of the Spirits of Form thou wouldst destroy
    • transformed into one arising out of mad passion. So long as
    • just done and by grouping them into form thou makest in thy
    • steps a copy of those mighty measures performed by planets
    • when they think of a spirit form. The figure which confronted
    • their own physical form, where they call him one of their
    • earthly form, for she had been asleep but a little while, she
    • could pour into that form everything now contained in the
    • pour into the form just what thou expressest by movement. As
    • the form into a grimace, and the destiny of thine art will be
    • personalities; that which permeates them in the form of a
    • persistence to their individual forms. But they have fettered
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form
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