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- Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
- exist concerning this Greek age, but these are insufficient to
- enable one to understand the Greek world. Yet what the Greeks
- experienced has found its rebirth in the works of Greek art,
- has been re-enlivened by significant Greek personalities.
- Immersing oneself in them, letting the Greek spirit affect one,
- a truer picture of the Greek world is attained than in merely
- beginnings of the Greek world. Adopting his general standpoint,
- “Iliad” — to the battling Greek and Trojan
- the gods with the normal human world of warring Greek and
- which the Greek and Trojan heroes belong. Thus, Herman Grimm
- science. He did not look further back than the Greek age. For
- millennia. The first millennium for him is the Greek
- Greeks, as though he were to say: In looking to the Greeks,
- though one beheld what is superhuman. Still, out of this Greek
- that arose in the subsequent Greek world end in what follows,
- shape in such a way that the Greek world is as though absorbed
- and Greekness is incorporated into the Roman world, overcoming
- Goethe, the Greek-soul of Homer, to the stream that he sees
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