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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- world-conception poetically, or through pictorial art, is not
- perception. This is apparent poetically in the second part of
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- of seership in the domain of music and poetry are of a quite
- connection with music and:the art of poetry arise in him.
- does poetry associate itself with music in the consciousness
- feeling identified with it, poetry — the poetic
- something unique about the art of poetry. The poet expresses
- from poetry itself into the sphere of the seer's experience.
- For example, character in a drama, into whose mouth the poet
- unreal in poetry, that is mere phraseology, and not the
- upon the seer. Writing that is not genuinely poetic but
- transformed into spiritual intellectuality, the poetic art is
- poetry, although the imagination has no real link with the
- experiences: with regard to music and poetry.
- akin to poetry, to art. Artistic natures have a disagreeable
- the spiritual world; he felt that the poetic urge is in him
- “poet” is present in every human being. And
- higher level and turn it into poetry, depends upon the kind
- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- Schiller, the poet of Freedom, sees in Art a free instinctive
- didactic poetry in the poetic art, are the highest artistic
- with a poetic form.’ These words convey about the same meaning
- extend his words to apply to the whole of Art: ‘The poet's
- Apotheosis,’ where he makes the Muse call to the Poet in the
- So thou, [The Poet.] too,
- When, at the death of the poet's last heir, Walter von Goethe,
- connection with the poet's comprehensive view of the world.
- Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
- This lecture, spoken like a poetic story, refers to concrete spiritual
- know as poetic or lyric fancy. Thou hast become the archetype
- of poetic fancy. And through thee, men will be able to
- the vision of Poetry there appeared the events of the
- messengers will be the skalds and the poets of all the ages.
- imagination. That which lives on our earth as poetry is a
- reflection of imagination in the art of poetry. And through
- voice of the poet who has apprehended the majesty of the
- poet who has sung so wisely as the outcome of his
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