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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- spiritual, behind the objects of nature. One just asks nature
- the one-sided eye is only an object, to reduce this form to
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- methods, it should not be objected that conscious seership is
- seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
- terms of objects and space-forms; and these space-forms shape
- with two feet on the ground, of grasping objects and so
- transformed into plastic, objective forces which the seer
- all other human beings and material objects. The way into the
- ceases to be the object that evades and resists the inner
- closely scrutinize the object under observation. But just as
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- treatises that are appearing in our time, with the object of
- objective as the colours and the forms of things, but they are
- the objective world with a non-receptive spirit, it does not
- regard as its own. The divinity which the objects in Nature
- object, idea and reality, melt into each other. The task of
- it to the pleasure we feel when concerned with an object to
- for the existence of the object. Pleasure in the useful
- the possession, with the existence of the object, for it is not
- attached to the object but to the idea of the object. Whereas
- exterior purpose. When we perceive an object in Nature, or a
- ‘wherefore’ lies in the object itself, and the intellect
- with objective value. The separation of the activity of the two
- freedom: in the object is spirit, and the spirit is objective.
- partake, is simultaneously present for our senses in objective
- because, in reality, spirit and object are never fully
- objective. The important question now is: On what does our
- spite of all objections, beauty can never be separated from
- than through the object itself which caused them. We only know
- object to be beautiful, for, physiologically, there is nothing
- a question of ascertaining the object. By virtue of what does
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- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- exercise this faculty of thine upon objects already possessed
- of movement and soul, objects into which they have already
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