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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • certainly out of a profound understanding of the world in
    • by one's own understanding and reason — when there is a
    • into life what for a certain understanding is unreal, that,
    • far wider application. I may say that the understanding of
    • stand somewhere beyond nature, to choose something special
    • overrun by a higher life, by the life of the understanding,
    • stand before one of Raphael's works we always have the
    • feeling that in this work of art we come to an understanding
    • again as we stand in front of his works. We believe we are
    • however, that this is the way to understand how in one
    • kind — we understand the recently-deceased Gustave Klimt,
    • understanding. He was able artistically to perceive that the
    • arouse understanding of art, appreciation of art, and that a
    • wide understanding of the world, words with which I began
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • to understand the real nature of the connection between
    • easy to understand that this should be mistaken for what we
    • point is to understand what is meant by genuine seership.
    • super-sensible knowledge, as we understand it, will have
    • standpoint of super-sensible knowledge, becomes a domain
    • painting, and so on. But in order to understand the nature of
    • world, as he is when he is standing in the physical world
    • we should understand that he is colouring what he is
    • human being standing before him. There are actually people
    • like this to assume that a human being is standing in front
    • as human beings, stand in front of another man, a wonderful
    • vibration. Through the blanching he understands what the man
    • understanding between human beings and in science. What the
    • of speech, as a means of everyday mutual understanding and
    • as the means of everyday mutual understanding is really a
    • merely an instrument of understanding between human beings.
    • difficult to understand a seer. He has to unfold (in a
    • although it is well to study and understand the aims of
    • are different. Those who understand such matters know that it
    • as he stands in the external world. The experience of these
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • experience at that time. How his own scientific results stand
    • The results which he himself gives us may stand as examples
    • stands for a highest culmination; but it was the work of
    • which was of at least equal standing with that outer world
    • spiritual labyrinth. Nature stands there bereft of soul, devoid
    • standpoint of the Greeks should be superseded, is not without
    • accidents. It is for this return that Goethe stands; a return
    • re-creation provides a key for the understanding of
    • attained a higher standard of culture can remain stationary.
    • brought forth, once it stands before the world in its ideal
    • essential in Art was the expressed idea. This stands out still
    • veil to shroud it. If this standpoint in Æsthetics be
    • and Æsthetics, from this standpoint, have proved
    • clearly stated what Art stands for. Not for the embodiment of
    • lifelike, through the spirit, that they may stand as present
    • exultation when we stand before it. If beauty is to exalt us in
    • only to understand Goethe's conception of the world, but that
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • from the higher worlds, who stands before the women and
    • the two standing there hugs her arms tightly to her body,
    • standest at the boundary of that which can be beautiful and a
    • spiritual world. They understand how to apply only my name
    • imaginative world. She understands now that she must act as
    • understands that she must warm it and permeate it with her
    • of her own imaginings. And she understands the lines of the



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