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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • vision — though this should not take place in the case of
    • vision. A healthy life of soul consists simply in confining
    • the wish for visions to the striving for them, so that they
    • after the vision, which in reality exists in the soul of each
    • the morbid vision. This work of art then, this outer form of
    • become vision. We offer the soul, as it were from outside,
    • the content of the vision, but we offer it a real work of art
    • vision to divine what form, what plastic impression, we have
    • visionary. I believe that many of the modern ways of approach
    • visionary which is actually In the souls of us all. This is
    • its desire to have what is visionary as a spontaneous
    • is — like the inward striving after the vision, but here
    • What is accomplished, namely, that a suppressed vision is
    • rising conception that is actually a suppressed vision, seeks
    • dimly that this dim vision remains in the subconscious. The
    • would become actual vision, but is not permitted to do so in
    • primitive and natural pull towards the visionary is not
    • visionary comes into being in the soul because the
    • spiritual experience, not through vision — which in
    • Imagination — but through Intuition. Through the vision
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • visions that come to him, it is legitimate to speak of
    • imagination and the conscious vision that can function in the
    • clairvoyant vision of the spiritual world. For what we mean
    • by clairvoyant vision is the kind of vision which unfolds
    • abnormal visionary states which, although they may be
    • impressions in moments when higher vision is not operating.
    • Serious vision is always present in life, We are all of us
    • clairvoyant perception of flesh-colour. To ordinary vision,
    • knowledge which would have vision enough to understand art in
    • activity does not hinder, but quickens external vision) so a
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • viewed with vision quickened at this fountain-head of
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • we are to describe her visions we cannot do it otherwise than
    • lifeless and soulless to ordinary vision, their soul being.
    • the vision of Poetry there appeared the events of the



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