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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- a physical form — lights up in a form that is perceptible
- sprouting life that delights the healthy souls in nature,
- in Goethe's work still has to be brought to light, and that
- fully to light by a more comprehensive development of natural
- metamorphosis, throws light into the mysteries of human
- has been set free, then with a slightly humorous touch it has
- light in its variety of shades, and to discover how,
- ultimately, every effect of light, every shade of colour,
- light should be awakened to life, treated in such a way as to
- set free what, when the light has to serve in bringing about
- enchanted within light. We are only at the very beginnings of
- life that is only to be held fast by the light. It should
- lightning — still less to paint the air!
- hand we have to admit that everything contained in light
- gives an impression of something welling up out of the light,
- wells up from the human organism. Every effect of light wants
- to tell us something, every effect of light has something to
- say to some other effect of light nearby. In every effect of
- light there is a life which is overcome, deadened, by higher
- want to have a form inwardly in movement — in flight, for
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- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- is full of light and has clear definition develops from them.
- must bring the light of consciousness into the sphere of art,
- knowledge. Just as it is important for seership to Pour light
- quest for spiritual knowledge. The light of seership must
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- which all the light of our culture shines forth. It is only on
- — a flight from direct reality. This is the exact
- light. Just as little as the Greeks could gain a knowledge of
- 23rd August, 1794, he enlightens Goethe, in the following
- together the whole of Nature in order to gain light on the
- the feeling of delight in the Beautiful a feeling that is
- delight. It would, however, be quite erroneous to hold that
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- men act on their very slightest knowledge of me as exhibited
- can, by their own soul-light, carry even into lifeless
- spirit nature with the light of Zeus!
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