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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • to reveal her open secret feels an irresistible longing for
    • is, of what belongs purely to the world of the senses. The
    • to offer the soul to compensate for its longing after the
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • face to face with something that took place long ago between
    • of consciousness and belongs to the immediate present.
    • Because this longing, this need of the age, prevails, the
    • expression of a legitimate longing, it will probably be
    • entirely in sympathy with what artists are longing for
    • stepping out, however, remains an unreality as long as we are
    • made our way into what belongs to nature when this is freed
    • longing for her worthiest exponent — art.”
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • external world and all that belongs to the power of
    • life. The inner life no longer hovers above the reality but
    • longer suitable to seek for Spiritual Science in an oriental,
    • epoch and would lead men along a wrong path. The methods that
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • simply being led like the blind, or dragged along by our
    • must await extension and completion along these lines. We must
    • it in 1750. To this same epoch belong the efforts of
    • within Nature so long as he was unconscious of this fact. The
    • of Nature. He could now no longer surrender himself to her, for
    • this no longer corresponds wholly to the Idea which comes to
    • has the Idea, but no longer the reality. Between both, man
    • disappears when the useful is no longer there. Not so with the
    • semblance so long within reality, that finally a common
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • the answer which came to her from that figure belonging to
    • manifesting this emotion, for I belong to a high spiritual
    • and taken away that which belonged to him here, namely, the
    • belong, to the Spirits of Motion; and thou hast led me to the
    • transformed into one arising out of mad passion. So long as
    • along a line. The soul of the woman observed that this spirit
    • their sense of being alive, as long as they are on earth,
    • experience of human life, whether the time be long or short,
    • a spirit realm, and belonged, with her whole being, to the

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