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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture V
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    • not think merely by virtue of his own inner force. In every
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VI
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    • their virtue. But this for Mary would he inappropriate. With her, virtue
    • Mary soars up into a region beyond all virtues, where we cannot say
    • of God that He is virtuous. He may, at most, be virtue itself. But this
    • (virtue, in German) is related to taugen (to be fit, in German).
    • term: semblance, the beautiful; wisdom is formless knowledge; virtue
    • because of the way it is painted. In the middle, beauty; below, virtue,
    • to virtue it is not a question of fitness for just anything, but of
    • only by characterizing virtue in its outer appearance, let us say by
    • contrasting it with vice. But an artistic presentation of virtue as
    • 1. The English word virtue,

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