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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- walls which has to do with artistic perception. When I am
- within the limits of perception mentioned above.
- these trends have prevailed, artistic perceptions, artistic
- unconsciously, discovers this secret through his perception.
- it becomes artistic perception.
- same artistic perception I should like to say something more
- all-embracing perception nature has been unveiled, Goethe's
- perception of what Goethe foreshadowed in his theory of
- it only partial development. Whoever directs his perception
- these secrets, especially to perception of them. What I am
- cannot be painted. No one could have the true perception of
- conditions. If our perception takes this path we discover
- panting. If we discover the secret of colour this perception
- to hold good for his perceptions and his reason. Some day the
- our perception is extended, and not just our intellectual
- perception Goethe spoke when at a certain moment of life
- perception. This is apparent poetically in the second part of
- comprehensible — words arising out of deep perception and
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- not — as happens in ordinary sense-perception and
- creation, perception of the external world remains alive and
- active. The artist adheres to his perception of the external
- the conceptions which are based upon external perception and
- perception is quite different. The essential point to realise
- when he is able to eliminate sense-perception as well as the
- Remembrance, memory, the faculty of perception of external
- presentation and perception are suppressed. When, therefore,
- absent. Perception of the spiritual world proceeds, indeed,
- of mental presentation (conception) and perception are
- with his different kind of thinking and perception, the seer
- it into an inner perception, into an imagination, filling it
- perception. From without inwards, he comes to the point where
- form and colouring, this is a kind of perception similar in
- character to the perception of the colour and shape of the
- sense-perception of the other human being is eliminated and
- we have direct perception of the soul of the other. When we,
- clairvoyant perception of flesh-colour. To ordinary vision,
- ordinary perception of reality on the one side and artistic
- perception of the material process of Nature.
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- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- law and order into the chaotic confusion of sense perceptions
- task human effort can set itself, lies in the perception of the
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- “imaginative” perception speaks.
- experiences of the imaginative perceptions in words.
- men, with their physical sense-perception, usually conceive
- imaginative perception, could behold both sides of it at
- of the sea of changing figures in the imaginative perception
- wind, so soon as knowledge accepts in the form of perception
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