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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • too, these things are not to be taken as universal laws; they
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • those truly creative laws which govern all that Nature
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • discovers a magnificent scientific law. Many before
    • of genius had to come and discover from it the laws of the
    • laws that are immutable: he confronts the individual to behold
    • in the law of nature; nevermore in the single and the
    • law and order into the chaotic confusion of sense perceptions
    • in this work Reason is subjected to the unchanging laws of
    • law of logical necessity decides the issue — as, for
    • strictly conform to the laws of Reason; here everything is in
    • fact, not only the consequence of its own conformity to law;
    • spirit must first ascertain it. Thus the laws in accordance
    • eternal laws of Nature, pure, uninfluenced and unhampered.
    • results possible within her laws and means.
    • manifestation of secret laws, which, failing beauty, would have
    • proverbs in prose, No. 978: ‘The law of vegetable growth
    • never be beautiful, for there the vegetable law reverts to its
    • own self — back to the mere law.’ Here we surely have it
    • beauty sets in — where we perceive the law directly in
    • because there is no sign in it of the fundamental law
    • say: ‘The law, as it engages itself in the phenomenon with the
    • laws; all arbitrary phantasy falls to the ground; there

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