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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • desire for the embodiment of an idea, for the artistic
    • supposed. Few people have any idea that, subconsciously and
    • intellectual and without artistic feeling, for any idea,
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • world of sense. He will change it, idealise it — no
    • idealistically, or makes his an Impressionist or
    • speaks of seership, of clairvoyance, the usual idea is that
    • the ideas about self-knowledge held by ‘Mystics’
  • 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
    • the ideal with reality, of purpose with attainment — in
    • great idealist of the Greeks, the ‘divine Plato,’ had been, of
    • the animal-type, which are nothing but the Ideas of the plant
    • and the animal. These are no empty general ideas that are part
    • Discernment.’ In the Goethean sense, ideas are just as
    • apprehending ideas, the latter remain an ever-sealed book. Here
    • this no longer corresponds wholly to the Idea which comes to
    • Idea. While mere observation cannot reconcile the
    • opposing extremes, if it has reality but has not yet the Idea,
    • has the Idea, but no longer the reality. Between both, man
    • needs a new kingdom; a kingdom in which the Idea is represented
    • brought forth, once it stands before the world in its ideal
    • object, idea and reality, melt into each other. The task of
    • regarded, those ideas would merely have received a final
    • attached to the object but to the idea of the object. Whereas
    • translate the idea into reality: we are content, in the case of
    • sets in, weaving the idea of Freedom into the sequence of
    • because it reproduces the Idea of Beauty. It follows, then,
    • rests merely on the expression of the Idea. The sensuous image
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • architectural fancy showing them single ideas if thou wilt
    • follow up these ideas by which they will be able to build
    • ideas in color, and thus hast become the archetype of the art
    • ideas in color. And through this sense men will be able to

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