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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • a state of barbarism in man's life of feeling Art itself,
    • in the form of art itself this feeling arises when, in the
    • lifeless allegories but as if it would itself take on life in
    • then resolves itself into another process; whereas the man
    • urge to discharge itself into consciousness as
    • than we recognise, to transform itself in the sense of this
    • magically conjured within nature herself can be discovered
    • only by allowing oneself, not to make scientific assumptions
    • the human head into the appearance of man himself, the result
    • become a whole but has not become so in nature herself.
    • himself been unaware that in his soul something approaches
    • with something, and also indirectly with Raphael himself.
    • itself., When anyone succeeds in putting movement into his
    • moving in fact within itself, then without having recourse to
    • appearance in the physical must take to itself physical
    • have then to seek the life of the surface itself, the soul of
    • the soul of the form itself. We see how this is to be found
    • feeling, a sense of self, a sense of movement when we move
    • gesture that is always inciting imitation of itself, and then
    • himself who coined the expression
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • enables a man at any moment to wrest himself away from the
    • transformation of what a man reproduces within himself from
    • of soul; but even when he deliberately puts himself into this
    • distinct in itself. Architecture differs from music,
    • that expresses itself in forms of the world of space. The
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • forth. After knowing himself to be in the spiritual world
    • willing — but it is a willing that expresses itself in
    • does poetry associate itself with music in the consciousness
    • from poetry itself into the sphere of the seer's experience.
    • puts only a few words — this character shapes itself out
    • of these few words into a self-contained imagination of a
    • express itself directly in words. Thus it is difficult for
    • the seer to make himself intelligible to the external world,
    • when speech was born. The seer must put himself into the
    • Spiritual inwardly, and of so immersing himself in the spirit
    • himself, not merely to what he says. It must be remembered
    • the seer expresses himself, people have the living
    • produce from within himself what lives in his music? First of
    • self-knowledge is usually something extremely abstract. Even
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • The results which he himself gives us may stand as examples
    • never understood the task which the spirit of man sets itself
    • conditions? The desire for Art is as old as man himself, but
    • instant he gained full and clear knowledge of his own self, the
    • instant he became aware of a kingdom within his inner self,
    • of Nature. He could now no longer surrender himself to her, for
    • away from her, that he had created a new world within himself,
    • of everything our inner self tells us is divine. The next
    • could feel its own self, would cry out in exultation, as having
    • real life, of drawing back into oneself, of creating one's own
    • disclose itself to us. Without the instinctive capacity for
    • have lost must be implanted in them by man himself, and therein
    • that Man is placed on Nature's pinnacle, he regards himself as
    • imbuing himself with all perfections and virtues, calling on
    • highest effect — for as it develops itself spiritually
    • out of a unison of forces, it gathers into itself all that is
    • life into the human form, uplifts man above himself, completes
    • forms in which it asserts itself, in the various branches of
    • itself in conformity to purpose, without, however, serving an
    • ‘wherefore’ lies in the object itself, and the intellect
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • conscious of the cold in her bodily self, sinks into a sleep
    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • thyself — a spiritually free being — above thy
    • thyself with physical matter, thou hast been enabled to set
    • pattern. Thou hast brought me myself to Spirits of Form. But
    • let only selflessness come to expression; thus thou becomest
    • veritably made itself manifest only on one plane, moving only
    • thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form —
    • thou must merge thyself in me and become one with
    • the figure had an extension on only one plane, she herself
    • and could now itself pour out a talent into the souls of men
    • by reason of that which it had taken up into itself. By the
    • canst accomplish by joining thyself to me and becoming one
    • unite herself with this spirit being. Thereupon the spirit
    • “Thou must unite thyself with me! Thou must dare to
    • unite thyself with me! Then wilt thou be able to kindle in
    • into the soul of man himself. For that into which the soul of
    • thou thyself possessest the painter's gift for visualizing
    • figure from the realm of the Cherubim freed itself from the
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