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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • It is due, however, to a kind of possession — possession
    • he is about to tell me all kinds of interesting things. If he
    • onwards will make the kind of kind of mysteries to which I
    • all the time being killed by a higher kind of life. It is the
    • kind, is always deadening it.
    • Goethe perceived something of this kind when he spoke of
    • something appears which shows man as a kind of ossified
    • upwards over the head to appear like a kind of hood that is
    • up with the wings, In short, there appears a kind of
    • shape to secrets of this kind, to this kind of
    • nature, of a spiritual though unconscious kind, which when
    • attempted in order that, starting from a feeing of this kind,
    • kind — we understand the recently-deceased Gustave Klimt,
    • shape in his soul some kind of image of her. Anyone, however,
    • understood only by those who have had the same kind of
    • this kind of the physical-superphysical, and its realisation
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • that certain gifted artists whose creations suggest a kind of
    • by clairvoyant vision is the kind of vision which unfolds
    • yearn for cloudy, nebulous experience of all kinds; it is
    • experiences of a definite kind in connection with Art.
    • the clairvoyant develops a new kind of thinking that is to
    • with his different kind of thinking and perception, the seer
    • begins to develop a new and much deeper kind of feeling and
    • new kind of emotion and feeling. In the condition of
    • form and colouring, this is a kind of perception similar in
    • blanching and a kind of reddening — at a higher level
    • still a third kind of spiritual experience in regard to
    • the soul to develop super-sensible perception — the kind
    • are right for us are of a much more intellectual kind,
    • higher level and turn it into poetry, depends upon the kind
    • modern science or intellectual aesthetics. The kind of
    • healing of mankind in the present and future lies in the
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • It was a necessity for mankind, as it develops to an ever
    • especially gifted men, ‘of feeling a kind of shyness before
    • hand, a kind of physiology of taste has been set up in
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • We present this volume here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • kind akin to dreaming in its form. It was the manifestation
    • discover the place whence I come. My sorrow is that mankind
    • mankind has enchained?”
    • earth. But mankind tore the last of my offspring from me and
    • cut short. That is what mankind has been doing over there.
    • mankind over yonder possesses, though only as a possibility;
    • talent. And by doing so she endowed mankind upon the earth
    • the Spirits of Form. “Mankind over yonder.” Said
    • human sense, and therefore mankind has been unable to bind
    • canst bestow upon mankind the archetype of architectural
    • unite thyself with me! Then wilt thou be able to kindle in
    • the souls of mankind on earth a faculty which again is a part
    • of painting. Thou wilt therefore be able to kindle faculty in
    • which never could be uttered if mankind were confined to
    • show what mankind has learned at one time and another)
    • express such a stupendous event as Ouranos kindling his own
    • depths of their soul as a beacon for mankind. She hears the



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