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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- certainly out of a profound understanding of the world in
- the soul is really infinitely more profound than is generally
- the soul of the form itself. We see how this is to be found
- live in art as an artist. In any case a profound study of
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- gravity — this coincidence is an intense and profound
- seership is unfounded. Seership develops out of conditions
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- Goethe as the Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics
- AS THE FOUNDER OF A
- to reject the foundation of our civilisation, to flounder in
- not be confounded with the deficiencies inherent in his
- come to us from any other source. The Greeks found in reality
- found the source of all satisfaction. The mere imitation
- opposite of the Greek spirit, which found everything in Nature.
- of a dry theory; they are the essential foundation of organisms
- truth, if its essence is found in the expression of the Idea.
- a work should have found adherents in a country which produced
- it — there beauty is found. Beauty is therefore nothing
- unreal, since it represents something which can never be found
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- she knew, “This being is not to be found yonder on the
- colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
- once again, and one resembling nothing to be found in the
- which are to be found upon earth. While one could say of the
- analogy with it to be found on earth,” one could only
- spirit realm, which is not found in the world of the
- and profound emotions, all emotions existing like a mighty
- her: once again very different from anything to be found upon
- only what is found in the physical world. Thou wilt endow men
- may call reflected images of things not to be found upon the
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