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  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture III: The Power of Thought
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    • figure, constitutes the greatness in the works of Homer and
  • Title: Raphael's Mission in the Light of the Science of the Spirit
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    • add: in a certain respect the gods of Homer, described by him
    • expression of Raphael's creations. Thus, what Homer brought
    • in the remarkable recreation of the gods of Homer in the
    • Herman Grimm frankly states in his book on Homer
    • Homers Ilias;
    • We can also no longer fully enjoy the original works of Homer,
    • power, in taking in Homer's “Iliad” and
    • originals. Even so, Homer's poetic works speak to us. But, what
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • to that grandiose phenomenon of western cultural life, Homer's
    • Homer. One gladly takes up this volume again and again
    • directed to the world of the gods as depicted in Homer's
    • striking, what a tremendous difference there is in the Homeric
    • attempts to present the gods in Homer's sense as portraying, so
    • into a culture that in Homer's time had long lost its
    • another in Homer's “Iliad;” and what has remained
    • previously, enters for Herman Grimm (in Homer's sense) into
    • before our era, with Homer. Thus, Herman Grimm addresses
    • even his works on Homer, on Raphael, on Michelangelo, on
    • he wrote in his comprehensive works on Homer, Raphael,
    • portrayals of Homer, Michelangelo and Goethe with his Raphael
    • Whoever takes up his book on Homer will possibly find it not
    • page, that this book is not meant to be a contribution to Homer
    • Herman Grimm's Homer book may seem intolerable. All the many
    • questions that have been raised concerning Homer
    • his immersion in the soul-life of the Homeric heroes.
    • extend to the soul-life of Homer's heroes. Everywhere we see
    • the single Homeric figures, some scholars will inevitably say,
    • with disregard for the whole of Homer research and all
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