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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- invited me there, I shall have the quite natural feeling that
- fully to light by a more comprehensive development of natural
- this one came quite naturally to see that something had to be
- for what approaches us in a natural way from outside to
- for the offence against naturalism — for this stressing
- that held it spellbound. We actually come to be naturalistic
- in a supernatural way.
- naturally took a different form from that of our day, of, for
- with a naturalistic approach cannot do this; naturalistic art
- Naturalistic art therefore offers us a great deal that has no
- primitive and natural pull towards the visionary is not
- that constitutes man's naturalism in the truest sense of the
- super-naturalist. Thus, real artistic experiences can, I
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- commands of physical (natural) necessity. The second is the
- constraint. He pays no heed to physical, natural necessity, for
- is in its natural state, but it contains none other than its
- unnatural: Goethe can say with good reason, ‘Beauty is a
- which is not also naturally true, in its underlying motive’
- underlying vegetable growth — there beauty in the natural
- semblance. It is a real semblance, however, when the natural
- the great works of Nature, in accordance with true and natural
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