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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • other seems to me to be the wish to express, represent or
    • days — come very near the creations of present-day
    • more or less represent two different types. On the one hand
    • appear very strange to the consciousness of present-day
    • absolutely different from what is presented to our senses.
    • tried to make a sculptural group in wood to represent what
    • may be called the typical man; but this group represents the
    • representative of man. This form is at the feet of the
    • representative of man and thus can be felt as member, as part
    • example, Cézanne or Hodler. What in art is represented
    • of consciousness and belongs to the immediate present.
    • is possible to present there artistically. For artistically
    • sources of art can be said to represent very deep needs,
    • to avoid certain misconceptions — do not represent
    • music represents what is supreme in art, because it has no
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • provided there is present the full consciousness which
    • process of mental presentation which functions in his memory.
    • presentation and perception are suppressed. When, therefore,
    • soul lives only in immediately present impressions, unmingled
    • of mental presentation (conception) and perception are
    • absent, but feeling and willing are present — although in
    • Serious vision is always present in life, We are all of us
    • represent something that is outside life, but that is an
    • crystal. Colour, form and surface in a crystal present
    • form of clairvoyance which is always and everywhere present.
    • mental presentations and memory, he is able to quicken within
    • that in present as our body. The body becomes something new,
    • all our activity of mental presentation and perception.
    • “poet” is present in every human being. And
    • healing of mankind in the present and future lies in the
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • to present this work.
    • participate in the intellectual life of the present day must
    • represents something on the level of which a man who has
    • needs a new kingdom; a kingdom in which the Idea is represented
    • present within sense reality; such a world must first be
    • present, in which the past and the future are included. Such
    • partake, is simultaneously present for our senses in objective
    • living presentment of its own Idea. The artist must grasp and
    • the whole Idea represented in concrete life; in one plant one
    • unreal, since it represents something which can never be found
    • represents what Nature intends to be but cannot be. On this
    • province is representation. This reaches its highest level when
    • lifelike, through the spirit, that they may stand as present
    • it is presented is the form of the Idea. We see exactly the
    • everything with him originated, and which represents a
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • We present this volume here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • present we are not dwelling, has robbed me of the last of my
    • at present thou mayest go no further; for wert thou to
    • consisted of only two dimensions, but it presented one unique
    • regions, not merely in lofty ones, but that at present it was
    • able to give an exact representation of me, or bring anything
    • represent.”
    • endowing men with the faculty which consist of representing
    • picture representing a landscape. And another picture rose up
    • representing something else which the spirit figure explained
    • their present endowments of thought and conception. All the
    • if it is to be presented directly to human beings, this can
    • could never be represented by any outward physical event. Thy
    • noblest among them, representing their conjectures about

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