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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • nature works as a whole, when the harmonious pleasure affords
    • pleasure we feel in the beautiful works of art. He finds this
    • feeling of pleasure quite different from any other. Comparing
    • it to the pleasure we feel when concerned with an object to
    • different. This pleasure is closely bound up with the desire
    • for the existence of the object. Pleasure in the useful
    • pleasure in the Beautiful. This pleasure has nothing to do with
    • in a way that gives him pleasure; he imposes on himself no
    • feeling of pleasure in the work of Art rest? In this case it
    • elementary cases in which pleasure is felt are examined;
    • feeling of pleasure; as though every feeling of pleasure were
    • feelings of pleasure could be distinguished by any other means
    • that pleasure is an aesthetic feeling when we recognise the
    • to distinguish aesthetic pleasure from any other. It is always
    • us now ask ourselves what is the reason of pleasure felt in
    • works of Art. We must realise that pleasure and
    • inferior to the purely intellectual pleasure which we feel in
    • satisfaction of lower inclinations. The reason for pleasure in
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • momentary mood or pleasure, and that which lends energy and

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