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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • colour continually before me; in assimilating the light and its
    • colours I am uniting myself with that part of Nature which is being
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • If you take Goethe's Theory of Colour, to which I have already
    • colour the elements of sympathy and antipathy. As soon as you begin to
    • activities closely — with the help of Goethe's theory of colour
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • sensations of colour, tones, warmth and cold. Thus sensation enters
    • what is outside: the nature of light, the nature of colour. Thus, at
    • with what is outside us. Your eye changes the light and colour.
    • space, there light and colour do not change, and you yourself are
    • experiencing light and colour. It is only with regard to the sphere of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • Thought, Hearing, Speech to knowing. Interrelation of senses. Colour
    • and form perceived by different senses. Goethe and colour ...
    • environment similar to that which he has in the perception of a colour
    • the ego-sense just as the perception of colour depends upon the
    • the word “to see” for the perception of colour. The organ
    • for the perception of colour is external to man; the organ for the
    • a contact with colour if the eye is destroyed. But not only have we a
    • those for example, described in Goethe's Theory of Colour.
    • There you have clearly set forth all that relates colour to feeling,
    • arrangement of colours to us, they show also the boundaries of these
    • colours — lines and forms. But we do not usually attend to the
    • way we actually perceive. If a man perceives a coloured circle he
    • simply says: I see the colour, I see also the curve of the circle, the
    • activity of the eye apart from the other senses, is only the colour.
    • what you have recognised as a circle connects itself with the colour
    • fine as to distinguish between the seeing of colour and the perception
    • seeing when you perceive coloured forms. This act of seeing, this
    • perception of coloured forms is a complicated act. But since you are a
    • from two sides, the colour through the eye and the form with the help
    • is to the sense of movement, neither is colour content to remain mere
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • stand amidst the universe. You experience colour as movement come to
    • you are unaware, while you perceive colours and tones inwardly. This
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
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    • many-coloured beautiful plant kingdom, works in man as the cause of

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