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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • with red walls, I take something for granted about the red
    • he is about to tell me all kinds of interesting things. If he
    • red room had something insincere about it and I shall go away
    • lying to me. One is constantly coming across such things in
    • that things need not be like that in in life; it is right
    • too, these things are not to be taken as universal laws; they
    • external things of the sense-world, has a feeling that they
    • nothing to do with art — whatever we may think about all
    • this, one thing cannot be denied. We cannot deny that since
    • all the talk about things such as impressionism and
    • there is in man's soul something that seems to surge freely
    • from its depths, something that often torments it, though
    • quite unconsciously. It is something that, when the soul is
    • people. Yet there is something that precisely from our time
    • is in nature something which is not just the growing,
    • bear something within it which, if left to its own life,
    • He finds that this human form is wishing for something that
    • man, something missing in the actual man hidden by nature.
    • Goethe perceived something of this kind when he spoke of
    • without something lower being overcome by what is higher. The
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • something like seership in the functioning of their creative
    • to depict things that seem to shine from the super-sensible
    • Everything that the artist has absorbed in life works on as
    • anything unconscious or subconscious remains.
    • from this gaze into ‘Nothingness.’ I mean this:
    • The seer is able to eliminate everything that presses in upon
    • him from the external world, everything that wells up from
    • to eliminate everything of a material nature or of the nature
    • seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
    • nothing so closely akin as to the forms in which the
    • in ordinary life has nothing to do with genuine seership. The
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • into the surging tones. Hardly anything gives one a truer and
    • something unique about the art of poetry. The poet expresses
    • human personality. That is the reason why everything that is
    • nevertheless attempts to form something by means of
    • it is something with which a few crazy people are endowed and
    • represent something that is outside life, but that is an
    • reveals something quite different. When we perceive a man's
    • is still something else that is indicative of the position of
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • cultural factor confronts us, with which everything that would
    • fellowmen. All things appear to us in a different setting, when
    • in most cases, the right thing would be for us to apply his
    • things to our own now more perfect scientific appliances and
    • born in their heart for a Something which we seek in vain in
    • short, everything that leads the soul of man into a veritable
    • of everything our inner self tells us is divine. The next
    • consequence is estrangement from everything which is Nature
    • opposite of the Greek spirit, which found everything in Nature.
    • The subsequent conception of the world finds nothing at all in
    • divine, the necessary; we see nothing around us but facts that
    • might equally well be different; we see nothing but
    • species, for the archetype; we see nothing but the
    • must be to something different from that sum total of
    • nothing in common with reality; he plunges deep into reality,
    • the animal-type, which are nothing but the Ideas of the plant
    • objective as the colours and the forms of things, but they are
    • the primal types of things, to the immutable in the general
    • represents something on the level of which a man who has
    • glorious and worthy of devotion and love, and thus, breathing
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • Art,” can be described intimately only by clothing the
    • recall something purely psychic, something which can only be
    • something streamed out from this figure which can best be
    • describe things with the words which I remember as the result
    • of everything in the earth's evolution. Wert thou to intrude
    • everything thou hast accomplished; for thou couldst not help
    • could pour into that form everything now contained in the
    • attained to something which endows thee with another
    • noble form nothing good can possibly be wrought within thy
    • there arose something resembling the archetype of the Venus
    • physical plane; the physical plane contains nothing capable
    • time. There are so many things upon the physical plane which
    • distantly recall this figure — but nothing so complete
    • able to give an exact representation of me, or bring anything
    • structures having the effect of something spreading downwards
    • not to the construction of something to be used for earthly
    • Something streamed out of it which felt like the warmth of
    • love, and something again that produced quite a chilling
    • she became something which was in actual fact very different
    • and very remote from a human bodily figure, something which
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