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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • bring it to rest again. Thus it has been sought first to set
    • for the offence against naturalism — for this stressing
    • things which have then to be brought to rest again. This
    • from nature its open secret, by ourselves separating again
    • again as we stand in front of his works. We believe we are
    • significance everything gains that recent painters have
    • been aroused and in another direction brought again to rest,
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • feel obliged to adduce against the spiritual-scientific point
    • borne upwards and again drawn within the element of music,
    • speaking of certain matters first and others later, or again
    • upwards again. A wonderful rhythm takes place, accompanying
    • again, whether or no a man is able to raise this process to a
    • experienced — and again the labile or rigid condition of
    • concrete and real that each single phase is discovered again
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • gain possession of the rich store of thoughts and ideas that
    • that of the imitation of Nature, which again shows that he
    • quite well what she may implant in him, so as to be able again
    • instant he gained full and clear knowledge of his own self, the
    • light. Just as little as the Greeks could gain a knowledge of
    • when a reunion with Nature is again possible. That the
    • together the whole of Nature in order to gain light on the
    • over which Goethe wished to gain control. We gather from this
    • instincts comes to an end; they become united and thereby gain
    • ‘Æsthetics from below’ are set up against
    • worthless detail, gains significance when we consider it in
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • Again
    • again — not shrinking for the moment from the sacrifice
    • love, and something again that produced quite a chilling
    • the souls of mankind on earth a faculty which again is a part
    • once again, and one resembling nothing to be found in the
    • embrace of the imaginative world. Again to a question asked
    • her: once again very different from anything to be found upon
    • are arrayed against one another. Thou wilt now show, how men,
    • half congealed can thaw into life again with the speed of the
    • again she gazes into the dawn which becomes a symbol to her



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