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  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • narrow-hearted sense, seeing in it nothing more than a sum of
    • connected in a quite special sense with everything associated
    • spirit. Even if some things as presented in the letters are
    • to be said: Everything in this remarkable book,
    • education, Herman Grimm absorbed something of an immediate,
    • into himself, in a direct and personal way, something of
    • evaluating everything in cultural life.
    • in which everything to do with Goethe receded, following his
    • period, numerous other things asserted themselves in the
    • physiognomy, his gestures, in his conduct, there was something
    • something innate, “Now, my dear Doctor, I wish graciously
    • Herman Grimm's whole lifework bears something of the same
    • undergone something of the development of German Romanticism.
    • one-sidedness, had something else not played a part,
    • Despite a refined style in everything he produced, Herman Grimm
    • have to stress something further by which he appears harmonious
    • encounter something of his adaptability — a capacity to
    • “hardness,” by reason of something else that
    • having been diverted to other things, Herman Grimm viewed
    • such as Goethe. We find nothing of a small-minded biographical
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