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  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • recognizes it as a spiritual stream open to new sources will
    • knew the various ramifications of Goethe's soul life.
    • of creative phantasy — a new experience?
    • newer ones and an interplay of older cycles with newer
    • ones. Each new cultural cycle has its task, that of introducing
    • something new into the general development of humanity. The old
    • new.
    • and newly revised every year — concerning the progression
    • imagine that Raphael will present ever new riddles to
    • New World. The quite different views and notions of America
    • milieu and the newly constituted Prussian milieu arising as the
    • light streamed in, was free and clear and she knew where she
    • naked, nor whether he was clothed: but it was him, she knew him
    • clothed: but it was him, she knew him too well; it was he
    • gleaming new shoulders. And lifting these arms toward Arthur's
    • language. How new his latest book. How little could those take
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm: About the Translator
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    • years in the City University of New York, he began a practical
    • new and wholly different training in colour experience begun in
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm: Other Books by Peter Stebbing
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    • Five Pioneers of the New Art Impulse. 195

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