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  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • viewing life called spiritual science can be applied to other,
    • collection of folk poems called
    • life. He can be called a spirit who, in an individual manner,
    • recall being together with Herman Grimm in Weimar, which he
    • called it. Thus, he becomes a unique kind of historian. For
    • transformed it artistically, who have utilized it for cultural
    • his world-picture was a continuous stream of what he called the
    • is interpreted materialistically nowadays. Rather, we attempt
    • his students, this rhythmically subdivided, ongoing stream of
    • of the entire progress of humanity — now called forth by
    • called forth that otherwise slumber. Inner strength, inner
    • historical research does not lie in what is nowadays called
    • “If, by some miracle, Michelangelo were called from the
    • being — also in sleep — the so-called etheric body,
    • of life. Particularly remarkable is what might be called the
    • hierarchical prejudices, whom Herman Grimm calls Arthur,
    • rationalistically might consider it as concerned with the
    • describe this in speaking theoretically of “forces”
    • lie beyond death — what one would like to call his chaste
    • alive again. She wanted to call out, but could not; she wanted
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