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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • present time people are very far from what Goethe intended in his
    • according to the surface of the objects presenting themselves to us as
    • whereas in the world outside, objective colour presents nothing but
    • thus presented to our soul.
    • What is the plant, which thus, as it were, presents green to us? We
    • it presents itself to us by means of the mineral green of the plant.
    • in saying that green represents the lifeless image of life.
    • we have the living. Thus peach-blossom colour represents the living
    • greenish. There is an inward entity which really presents itself in
    • us represents light, does not appear to us directly on objects. Later
    • What underlies this fact? In light we have what is represented in
    • words: White or light represents the psychic image of the spirit.
    • Green represents the lifeless image of Life.
    • Peach-blossom colour represents the living image of the Soul.
    • White or Light represents the psychic image of the Spirit.
    • need only look at carbon. In order to represent more clearly that
    • Black represents the spiritual image of the lifeless.
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • these colours are images or pictures, they are already present in the
    • fully healthy man. And, I said, the possibility is not easily present
    • only if one could represent white and black in motion and then let
    • circumstance — it is after all present in the human
    • with our artistic sense. Peach-colour can be represented really only as
    • really not be represented at all except in a state of movement. White
    • present in solid bodies, and therefore they say — “If one
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • present-day knowledge, is nowhere to be found, the question namely:
    • We arrive at that particular heavenly body which represents the
    • You would not evoke the representation of the chair, you would have
    • it will always give the impression of inanimate representation. So
    • present the image-character, in fact, by painting rather darker, and
    • done at another opportunity in the future. For the present I wanted
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • present, in our life between birth and death, thoughts function in our
    • what functions as will in our present limbs will be reshaped and
    • into account the character of will in our present limbs and must say:
    • view, criticize these things, one sees at once how little the present
    • world that the past appears to us in the present, and the past wraps
    • up everywhere the future, for the present is only the total effect of
    • into the present; for in the plant the past appears already in the
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • ourselves: there the light and the sounds are the last presentation of
    • will come when whatever exists must be somehow represented materially.
    • Thus, someone could say to these people: Well, you want to represent
    • to represent light at best as a kind of swinging away, as a shooting
    • off. One could then represent light as a force of dispersion. It is
    • moral element is present.
    • 8), but I can also represent it so that half of it lies in space; by
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • free-floating, free-moving sense-perceptions. Only in the present
    • the present day. One must lapse into quite different epithets from
    • Here lie the great tasks which must lead man out of present-day
    • representation. Light quivers through the universe, and the light
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • our spiritual movement which are at present so conspicuous.
    • own souls which was present in the general culture. If one picks up
    • relationship of mankind to Art began which exists at present. One may
    • straw or a stiff symbolism. The representations that the present time
    • to modern minds the purest rubbish — so far is the present age
    • How far the present day is from such a living understanding of colour
    • represent this plastically in his head, and everything that is
    • allegories, as long as we represent myths and sagas allegorically and
    • as many other objections which the present age makes against our
    • all this can of course be babbled about in the present-day outward
    • What I have been saying is not an attack on the present age, but I
    • What I have been saying is not an attack on the present age, but I
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • these Mystery Plays to present something of this sort really
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • light. And the limitation of ego-energy which is present in the blind,
    • somewhere, it can most easily be used to represent the spiritual image
    • present themselves as in a wheel of life, for from death one returns
    • present themselves also through light and colour, as I have just
    • us if we want, for instance, to represent a figure in a picture as a
    • And, above all, there was present something else. In the painting
    • picture, how it brings the object it represents near to us; while blue
    • takes the object it represents into the distance. We paint
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • evolution of the earth somewhat into line with present-day ideas. In
    • being feels the warmth psychically, there really is present what you
    • This is the case because the entry of the Second Hierarchy represents an inward illumination, which is connected with a densification of warmth. Air comes forth from the pure warmth-element, and in the revelation of the light we have the entry of the Second Hierarchy.
    • present for a Being with the necessary powers of perception. Light is
    • present, and this colour works as a reality in the airy element, not
    • now; for then the human being of the present day appeared to the

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