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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- result of pure thought, what is feelingly perceived and
- by magic — this is perceived by everyone who confines his
- may be differently perceived by many people. The fact
- which are not needed, but to perceive what these deep
- Whoever is able to perceive this will also find — to make
- Goethe perceived something of this kind when he spoke of
- perceived — to be capable of transformation into a human
- bring to visible expression what is thus perceived as a
- themselves impressionism, I believe we may perceive in all
- one-sided trend, however, if we are able to perceive such
- perceive, for example, the following. In the case of certain
- or unconsciously they have perceived something of this
- following will be perceived. Let us suppose someone were to
- who is sensitive can perceive that, the moment he has made
- consciousness, the art of the future will be perceived as the
- understanding. He was able artistically to perceive that the
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- perceived — take in and reproduce inwardly the external
- charms on to canvas is identical, but it is perceived from
- reveals something quite different. When we perceive a man's
- he perceives it as an intermediate state between two other
- he perceives a continual wavering of the man between
- a man vibrates and is perceived by the seer.
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- perceived the spirit in its undimmed purity, but a time, also,
- exterior purpose. When we perceive an object in Nature, or a
- of that endless beauty which we can never perceive with our
- beauty sets in — where we perceive the law directly in
- a worthy subject by which to be perceived.’ This view of
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