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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • When human
    • following seems to me to be in keeping with a sound human
    • not going deeply enough into the human soul to grasp what
    • unconsciously, the human being has in the depths of his soul
    • a soundly-constituted human being. Our life of soul, when it
    • talking lies in a certain constitution of the human soul, in
    • this excellent example — when confronting the human
    • lower life by one that is higher. The human form, permeated
    • as it is by the human soul, the human life, is continuously
    • being killed, overcome, by this human life, this human soul.
    • 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
    • does not come to expression in the human being but is killed
    • forth from the human form what is not existing in the actual
    • the human figure the following may be said by way of
    • illustration: Whoever studies the human skeleton finds, even
    • when studying it quite superficially, that this human
    • observation, to see that the human head is a whole, the rest
    • perceived — to be capable of transformation into a human
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • our contemporaries that the human soul can so strengthen its
    • the sea than realization of the way in which the human soul,
    • human personality. That is the reason why everything that is
    • produced by human caprice simply out of a desire to write
    • colour of human flesh, which to sincere students has both
    • human being standing before him. There are actually people
    • like this to assume that a human being is standing in front
    • contains a human being. Supersensible knowledge, however,
    • colouring in the human dissolve, as it were become
    • sense-perception of the other human being is eliminated and
    • as human beings, stand in front of another man, a wonderful
    • states. When he concentrates on the colour of a human being,
    • all other human beings and material objects. The way into the
    • seership in life, namely, its relation to human speech, human
    • understanding between human beings and in science. What the
    • merely an instrument of understanding between human beings.
    • soul as nebulous, lacking in clarity. A human being has his
    • experience within the human being. It is enacted in the
    • a definite advance in human evolution. Science and the
    • this happen? In the normal condition of a human being there
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • humanity, in modern times, must pursue: failure to find this
    • life into the human form, uplifts man above himself, completes
    • product of human skill, our intellect comes and inquires for
    • thought in a way that does the greatest honour to human nature.
    • To begin with, Schiller sets in opposition two human instincts
    • task human effort can set itself, lies in the perception of the
    • culmination of humanity, appear before our soul. Only when this
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • race. I appear to thee now just as a human soul would appear,
    • had to confess that on coming into touch with humanity it had
    • thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
    • human passions; if thou dost not stay within the limits of
    • realized in the distant future. And then, although humanity
    • show them what humanity will at some time experience in a
    • now. Thou canst contrast them with the human forms of to-day,
    • and show how pure and chaste the human form of the future is
    • whose office it is to hold the human form together, thou
    • its content had brought the human figure to the edge of the
    • human sense, and therefore mankind has been unable to bind
    • and very remote from a human bodily figure, something which
    • affected by the individual human ego — namely
    • experience of human life, whether the time be long or short,
    • their own individual souls which will be like a human
    • in external nature. From the human soul will flow reflected
    • feelings which cause human language to shrivel up, or which
    • world itself within the human soul — emotions which
    • means of the human soul, universal history and cosmic space
    • this should be expressed by the normal human soul; she
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