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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • Lecture Series: The Physical
    • The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
    • The Physical-Superphysical:
    • these is the copying, the reproduction of the physical, that
    • reveal, through art, the super-physical,. But it becomes very
    • if both physical and super-physical are rejected. Yet the
    • feeling: Anyone wishing in art for the physical alone can
    • by the merely illustrative element, of copying the physical
    • ordinary physical existence met with in the world of the
    • senses, what is super-physical and occult somehow makes its
    • presence known. It arises within the super-physical, the
    • a physical form — lights up in a form that is perceptible
    • to the senses. That what is ordinarily physical in everyday
    • life has within it the super- physical, as if conjured there
    • because something higher, something superphysical, so unites
    • break nature up into her super-physical forces. Then there is
    • anything thought out, anything purely superphysical and
    • rescue of something superphysical that has been held in the
    • physical by enchantment and free it from the physical bonds
    • physical-superphysical. For a feeling is abroad that what is
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • into the physical world, know how figures, but wholly
    • bodily, physical instrument. I cannot speak at length to-day
    • world, as he is when he is standing in the physical world
    • physical sense into the bodily organism; but to endeavour
    • physical body. The soul-and-spirit is closely connected with
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • attempt to reach out beyond the limits of physical experience
    • commands of physical (natural) necessity. The second is the
    • constraint. He pays no heed to physical, natural necessity, for
    • activity, that his physical nature acts spiritually, while his
    • spiritual nature acts physically. Physical nature is raised to
    • the spirit, while the spirit sinks into physical nature. The
    • world of physical reality and rises to the heights where the
    • by way of thought, in a purer, clearer form, with no physical
    • the super-sensible, but for the transformation of the physical
    • of any work of Art is any physical reality — this is
    • cloak of physical reality; no, it is physical reality in a
    • everything turns. What is given remains physical, but the
    • in the physical to best advantage, there Art is seen to reach
    • ‘Beauty is a physical reality appearing as though it were Idea’
    • (physical) and the individual, arrayed in the
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • her physical suffering from the cold. We feel warmth
    • for her physical bodily discomfort, being inwardly
    • very different in appearance from that which purely physical
    • the world of the physical senses. The only manner in which it
    • called to mind the world of the physical senses was by its
    • impression received by the physical senses; rather did they
    • on the other side of my life, in the physical world where at
    • of life on the physical plane. How canst thou make me
    • Spirit answered: “Over yonder in the physical world men
    • over here all that men learn during physical life yonder
    • thyself with physical matter, thou hast been enabled to set
    • and suns in the sky in order first to create the physical
    • men, with their physical sense-perception, usually conceive
    • do so in order to come into touch with the physical realm of
    • their own physical form, where they call him one of their
    • the ability to endow the souls of men upon the physical plane
    • physical plane; the physical plane contains nothing capable
    • time. There are so many things upon the physical plane which
    • it appears here, does not exist on the physical plane.
    • the physical plane who bring men intelligence from the
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