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- Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
- investigating more deeply the processes taking place in the
- to find that the soul-processes in the artist and the lover
- experiences to begin with a certain process of the soul which
- then resolves itself into another process; whereas the man
- process I refer to, and only afterwards the one from which
- art-appreciating processes of man's soul — promoted by
- repeats her process — this has always been striven for.
- nature's own process.
- the ordinary processes and happenings in nature, remains
- a process of the soul, is always, from one aspect, like a
- process drawn up from the human soul has, at times, a
- killed but maltreated beforehand. This deadening process
- mood a giving of fresh life. This process must take place
- believe that the processes of art lie in many respects
- telling conceptions of the artistic process such as have an
- often takes place a quite secret process when we become aware
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- matter what name may be given to the process. The nature of
- process of mental presentation which functions in his memory.
- The process
- process that is the reverse of that of painting. The painter
- to realise that the process used by the painter starts from
- and mysterious process is enacted in the soul that passes
- the two processes. And so it is important for us to realise
- question arises: By means of what process does the musician
- perception of the material process of Nature.
- complicated processes are taking place within the body. He
- brain. A process takes place which helps to produce an
- the breathing process to rhythm; the aim was to regulate and
- everyday consciousness know nothing about the process, but
- the processes described above. When the balance is very
- is not labile this process cannot be raised to a higher
- the brain, there we find music. The process by which the
- between nerve-currents and sensory processes a
- again, whether or no a man is able to raise this process to a
- the process of radiation, the current that flows downwards
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- Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
- continuation of Nature's process. Thus the artist raises
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