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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- created for the satisfaction of these particular needs. This
- quite different. Such an example as this shows particularly
- her several parts, all that she organises, in such a way that
- it only partial development. Whoever directs his perception
- representative of man and thus can be felt as member, as part
- the parts which nature killed by making them into a whole.
- quite simply: How would you develop in your various parts
- is particularly the case with blue. It is less so with yellow
- particular sphere the colour, the sketch, can be so used in
- for instance, particularly well if we allow such assumptions
- intensifying particularly of these two trends. These two
- perception. This is apparent poetically in the second part of
- how each part of nature is striving beyond itself to become a
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- super-sensible knowledge are related particularly with this
- super-sensible knowledge operates in a very particular way. An
- particular way. And here I want to draw attention to a
- impart information he is obliged to make use of speech, but
- by introducing illustrations at some particular point. A man
- particular technique when he wants to express what is living
- speech too, the seer has a particular relationship.
- downwards, forces the blood into the veins of the lower part
- ancient Indian culture. In Indian culture a considerable part
- connected with the body, this particular constitution (which
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- participate in the intellectual life of the present day must
- now produced apart from Mother Nature, can also be satisfied by
- and the animal. These are no empty general ideas that are part
- spiritual participation in her production. So did I press on
- particular, but only in the general and the universal. With
- particular, can afford no satisfaction, because not in it but
- the particular appears gifted with the character of the
- on Goethe. In spite, however, of particularly serious work
- partake, is simultaneously present for our senses in objective
- as Goethe's own words in the second part of Faust: ‘Consider
- to other departments of modern science.
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
- as thou hast just been behaving. Now I have become a part of
- individual movement — as that living part of themselves
- becomes a part of mine!”
- with a special faculty which is exercised by a part of that
- thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
- individually here and there. No part of me can be termed a
- the souls of mankind on earth a faculty which again is a part
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