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  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • relates to Goethe, and to our own spiritual life.
    • stood close to the circle of Goethe, namely the sister of the
    • with the name of Goethe. Herman Grimm was related to her in
    • had brought out Goethe's remarkable exchange of letters with a
    • child. Bettina Brentano's unique memorial shows us Goethe
    • Goethe she was able (like few others) to enter into Goethe's
    • Goethes Brefwechsel mit einem Kinde
    • [Goethe's Exchange of Letters with a Child],
    • out of sensing Goethe's whole outlook. In a wonderful
    • close proximity to Goethe. In all that he took up in his
    • elemental spiritual breath of Goethe. Thus, he felt himself as
    • Goethe, even though he was still a child the time of Goethe's
    • Goethe and Goetheanism. Herman Grimm counted as having taken
    • Goethe's essential being, his magical power, his natural
    • “governor” with respect to Goethe. Goethe's spirit
    • derived from Goethe and what was compatible with him in
    • Goethe that he sought. This then became a yardstick for him in
    • in which everything to do with Goethe receded, following his
    • forefront, rather than what proceeded from Goethe. During that
    • cultural life of Germany, while little was heard of Goethe. On
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  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm: About the Translator
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    • Goethe in his colour theory. This led eventually to a turning
    • accord with Goethe's discoveries and method, this approach may
    • be termed “Goetheanistic.”
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm: Other Books by Peter Stebbing
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