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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • who just enjoys works of art experiences first the second
    • work of sculpture — containing what is striving to arise
    • the morbid vision. This work of art then, this outer form of
    • the content of the vision, but we offer it a real work of art
    • well see how there is a source of artistic work which
    • in Goethe's work still has to be brought to light, and that
    • sclerotic condition. If we let the rest of the organism work
    • because in each of her works she is wanting to offer us more,
    • working from outside — what stir a man up to take his
    • nature is seeking to do in one of her works — what can
    • 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
    • recognise that a design might be called the work of colour
    • from the realm of painting, of working in colour, to that of
    • what when we create or enjoy artistic work is active in us as
    • enabled to recreate in their artistic work what is creatively
    • explain people's attitude to my work. It can be really
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • Everything that the artist has absorbed in life works on as
    • to him from works of art originating from genuine creative
    • such a condition, receives the same impressions from works of
    • connection with a work of art which enters into his ken.
    • this question: If the seer must suppress the workings of the
    • working. He learns to recognise the forces of the universe in
    • he so transforms what exists in space that it works in lines,
    • experiencing inwardly, while this mood is working within him.
    • forces that were working at the evolution of man at the stage
    • of speech to work; he uses the formative forces of speech. He
    • ignore the impression that comes to him from a work of art?
    • It is because in the work of art there is something akin to
    • art may work in and through the wide horizons of seership.
  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • to present this work.
    • THE number of works and
    • importance as the way he sets to work. His results bear
    • scientifically carry on the work.
    • in the creation of the work of art.
    • stands for a highest culmination; but it was the work of
    • science of Art, for Art could only work with means offered by
    • Nature, and the scholars could not grasp how works could be
    • works of Christian Art came into existence. Philosophy, which
    • Goethe's Scientific Works edited by Rudolf Steiner, vol.
    • nature works as a whole, when the harmonious pleasure affords
    • production of the work of art, which takes a pre-eminent
    • place by the side of his other actions and works. Once it is
    • the peculiar way in which, in the work of art, spirit and
    • on Goethe. In spite, however, of particularly serious work
    • and yet they can be counted among the most important works ever
    • pleasure we feel in the beautiful works of art. He finds this
    • (external impressions). Through its work, system is introduced
    • in this work Reason is subjected to the unchanging laws of
    • produces in the artist works, which, while existing for our
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  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • In the collected edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume
    • In the collected edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume
    • work of art.”
    • only be accomplished through a musical work of art. And the



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