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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • that things need not be like that in in life; it is right
    • created for the satisfaction of these particular needs. This
    • For we need only to have lived a little with art, we need
    • actually evokes the need for art. Perhaps ours is the first
    • need. For whatever we may think about a great many of the
    • reflects this need of man's soul.
    • which are not needed, but to perceive what these deep
    • no need to seek through dry allegory, nor in a way that is
    • Because this longing, this need of the age, prevails, the
    • putting such things into form. There is no need to talk much
    • that light touch needed for giving renewed life to what in
    • mountain-peasant has no need to make a faithful copy of what
    • sources of art can be said to represent very deep needs,
    • subconscious needs, of the human soul. The satisfying of what
    • These two needs of the human soul have ever been the source
    • times, the first of these needs has taken the expressionistic
    • need either to make merely a faithful copy of the physical or
    • through their own needs be brought to realise more and more
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • to be adherents. We need not, however, go into that; the
    • experience; the one activity need not in any way be injurious
    • life. If we can realise what our epoch really needs, we
    • that form of true existence which is needed by man if he is
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • primitive ingenuousness, and the need was not felt to create in
    • away from Nature, therefore all his needs could be satisfied
    • to satisfy his needs. Art, then, with this ingenuous people,
    • it grew directly out of Nature; Nature satisfied the same needs
    • need to go farther than Nature, because in Nature was to be
    • rise to his needs and moreover satisfy them. Now he had
    • needs a new kingdom; a kingdom in which the Idea is represented
    • with the expedient and the useful, the need is felt to
    • does not need to reach out beyond it. At this point Schiller
    • material impulse, or the need to keep our senses open to the



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