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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture I
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    • that materialism holds sway over our age is, really, only a lagging behind.
    • there exists materialism as an Ahrimanic stopping short at something
    • we consider only the physical as such. This is materialism. It means
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture II
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    • Paradoxical as it may sound, materialists feel embarrassed to state
    • certainly, that is one of their materialistic meanings. But it
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture III
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    • materialism, the artistic element; and how Anthroposophy feels about
    • within the mind only; outside, material atoms vibrating in dead matter
    • in a materialistic manner, a fourth dimension. But the fourth dimension
    • I say: In beholding the lifeless material world in color we stir cosmic
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture IV
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    • and religious experience. It cannot be denied that our materialistically
    • century (I have often mentioned this) that man entered into materialism.
    • free, his passage into a purely material civilization was an historical
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture V
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    • to the material-earthly; it no longer manifests what it was when human
    • seen, materialistically, in the third dimension. Thus that which is not on
    • the third dimension steps out of the plane only in a material way),
    • some great materialistic problems. You know the tremendous seriousness
    • materialistic conception, so
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VI
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    • Well, this was only material, not artistic, interest. He wanted the
    • materialism, the concept and activity of painting have — except
    • earthly-material with the artistic. But the artistic is not permitted
    • seventeenth century it was otherwise, for materialism affects the
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VII
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    • intellectualistic-materialistic science tries to grasp the world in
    • During the recent materialistic age it was characteristic of those
    • of a materialistic age: scholars write commentaries on art. But these
    • materialistic-intellectualistic scholarship appears like a man who walks
    • to intellectualistic-materialistic, knowledge does not kill with its
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VIII
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    • the age of materialism there arose spatial perspective, which takes
    • to the materialistic age which, living in space and matter, prefers
    • preparatory work in plasticine or clay he immerses himself in his material.
    • They must live with their material; must listen and understand its vital
    • essential to realize that, having passed through materialism, it is
    • the times had become more and more materialistic, Klopstock, who still
    • of nature. Those who deride materialism are bad artists, bad scientists.
    • Materialism had to happen. We must not look down mockingly on earthly
    • man and the material world. We must have the will to penetrate into
    • this material world spiritually; nor despise the gifts of scientific
    • materialism and naturalistic art; must — though not by developing
    • Materialism permits indolence. I have wondered why people who demand
    • the facts of life, both material and spiritual.

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