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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • can stand there indefinitely; if they stand there for an hour it does
    • They may stand where they will, it does not trouble us. They suit the
    • figures stand there; they take it away with them.
    • shall not understand the world of colour. If we wish to acquaint
    • meadow, we should not paint red figures standing quietly in it; they
    • flesh-colour might stand for all eternity in a green meadow. They are
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • We tried yesterday to understand the nature of colour from a certain
    • following division before you: I differentiate (you will understand
    • understanding of the colours if we put the following before our eyes.
    • completely as a surface. We understand it best if we differentiate it
    • and colour-sense, not with the abstract-loving understanding,) you need
    • form the psychic into the artistic. And if you so understand the
    • And the figures could stand out of the background of gold, could grow
    • But you will notice one must first understand colours in their fleeting
    • character before one can understand them in solid substantial form. We
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • understanding at the colour of flowers; they shine at one.
    • element by which we can understand how colour is attached to an object,
    • colours. Why? They stand in a different relationship to the world of
    • necessary to understand the matter with sensibility. The world of
    • objects: is there any need to understand whatever you are painting
    • a failure to understand the inner nature of colour which, as such, is
    • we wish to understand that particular light that confronts us from the
    • fixed and firm; whereas it is not living in the colour if I stand there
    • without this spiritual understanding for colour, especially not
    • can be painted only if one understands what living with the colour is.
    • understand colour in its fluctuation, in its life.
    • colour which the painter can understand; because, if he identifies
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • Now let us today, to begin with, understand clearly that we, as human
    • generation is capable of understanding at all what they mean. I have
    • than the mathematical ones to understand the world; but what attracted
    • we were to look at this will from the other side, from the standpoint
    • And thus man can understand himself only if he takes himself as a seed
    • blooms. Schopenhauer, as philosopher, is like a man standing in front
    • one does bend it just because as human being one stands within the
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • earth. We stand here now and survey Nature. We can stand like dry,
    • intelligent things will be found, but we do not stand face to face
    • world. We do not stand there as complete beings if our attitude is
    • mingled a loving understanding of life's tasks.
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • colour, etc. — we come to the understanding of spiritual beings.
    • microcosm than the thing inside his skin that stands where man stands,
    • Moreover, mankind today can scarcely understand anything of the way in
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • or that specialized circle of ideas or sensations can understand less
    • we shall probably understand each other best if we proceed from
    • instances of those misunderstanding and often ridiculous attacks on
    • lived in human hearts and souls the understanding for a Madonna,
    • for the year 2000 for such an understanding to become possible for the
    • nineteenth century to see how Art stands in this respect.
    • even if here and there somebody believes he understands it. For our
    • man. He believes that if he is standing beside a horse, it sees him
    • How far the present day is from such a living understanding of colour
    • possibility of their standing still; it is inconceivable. If it were
    • moment the form receives colour, the inner movement of the colour stands
    • feel as if you are not approaching it directly, but are standing
    • does not understand how to live with colour, because for him it moves
    • understanding is shown precisely in the attitude it takes up towards
    • wishes. But what it will have to accept, if it wishes to understand
    • standpoint that something new, that a new beginning is at least
    • wishes. But what it will have to accept, if it wishes to understand
    • standpoint that something new, that a new beginning is at least
    • is requisite to understand such a saying and this is rare in the
    • nothing; now, when it can see something it cannot understand, it
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  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • The understanding of the spiritual-scientific view of life not merely
    • derive from this world-outlook can also flow into the understanding of
    • We can then understand how we can experience a Being who radiates
    • we shall then understand how the forms of the colours can be realities
    • understand a little of how the colour-surface becomes something we have
    • We feel then the longing to understand the inner side of things and to
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • abstract understanding, but to artistic feeling. What is artistic must
    • In this way we live in colour; we understand it with our sensibility
    • If you appreciate from this standpoint the painters of the
    • from reason and understanding, by the light of which one can in no
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • We cannot understand such things today, simply because anyone who does
    • You will say you don't understand this. But just try to grasp the real
    • twelfth and thirteenth centuries, one must understand such things in
    • this way. You cannot understand Albertus Magnus if you read him with
    • understand the meaning of his words and expressions.
    • But formerly one did not understand by it the remarkably odd being



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