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- Title: Memůria e Amor
- A humanidade realmente adquiriu a arte da vida religiosa. E Schiller tem raz√£o ao dizer: ‚ÄúSomente no alvorecer da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento‚ÄĚ, que geralmente se encontra citado nos livros como ‚ÄúSomente atrav√©s da porta da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento.‚ÄĚ Se um artista comete um lapso, isso √© passado para a posteridade. A leitura certa, √© claro, √©: ‚ÄúSomente no alvorecer da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento‚ÄĚ. Em outras palavras: todo conhecimento vem por meio da arte. Fundamentalmente, n√£o h√° conhecimento que n√£o seja intimamente relacionado √† arte. √Č apenas o conhecimento ligado ao exterior, √† utilidade, que aparenta n√£o ter liga√ß√£o com a arte. Mas esse conhecimento s√≥ pode se estender ao que, no mundo, um mero lapidador saberia sobre pintura. Assim que na qu√≠mica ou na f√≠sica se vai al√©m ‚Äď estou falando figurativamente, mas voc√™ sabe o que quero dizer ‚Äď do que a mera retifica√ß√£o de cores implica, a ci√™ncia se torna arte. E quando o art√≠stico √© compreendido em sua natureza espiritual da maneira correta, ele gradualmente avan√ßa para o religioso. Arte, religi√£o e ci√™ncia eram uma coisa s√≥, e ainda √© poss√≠vel termos uma no√ß√£o de sua origem comum. Isso alcan√ßaremos apenas quando a civiliza√ß√£o e o desenvolvimento humano retornarem ao esp√≠rito; quando levarmos a s√©rio a rela√ß√£o existente entre o homem aqui, em sua exist√™ncia f√≠sica terrena, e o mundo espiritual. Devemos nos apropriar desse conhecimento sob os mais diversos pontos de vista.
- Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 3: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 2
- this duality — which is so classicially, so magnificently, portrayed in Schiller's
- Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
- to the relation between Schiller's
- personalities of Goethe and Schiller. I will only point out in addition how in Schiller's
- being given over to the logical world of reason. Schiller holds that, in both cases, the human
- Schiller wants to point to a middle state in which the human being has spiritualized his
- Schiller finds this middle state in the condition
- It is an extremely important fact that Schiller's
- towards external upheaval and change also moved Schiller — but moved him in such a way that
- that the human being can become free? Schiller asked: What must the human being become in himself
- governed by freedom. Schiller thus wishes to realize a social community in such a way that free
- Schiller came to this composition of his
- were written just at the time when Goethe and Schiller were founding the magazine
- and Schiller lays the Aesthetic Letters before Goethe.
- quite different from Schiller's. It was precisely because of the difference of their
- the other lacked. Goethe now received Schiller's
- in which Schiller
- of soul and outwardly to free social conditions? Goethe could not make much of Schiller's
- also have taken Schiller's
- other the senses with their sensual needs, as Schiller said, and the third, the middle condition
- to Schiller that he did not want to treat the problem, this whole riddle, in such a
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- Title: Talk To Young People:
- Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture I: The Pedagogy of the West and of Central Europe: The Inner Attitude of the Teacher
- Fichte, Jean Paul, Schiller and similar minds.
- Title: Fairy Tales: in the light of Spiritual Investigation
- Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture I: Anthroposophy and Natural Science
- the famous lectures which Goethe and Schiller, during the time
- the lecture, Schiller said to Goethe that the content of what
- overall view of nature. Schiller found this unsatisfactory and
- which Goethe presented to Schiller on paper. — Schiller
- ‘This is no experience, this is an idea.’ Schiller actually
- essence. This led to Goethe, in his conversation with Schiller,
- Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture III: Anthroposophy and Philosophy
- utterance to Schiller was obvious: “I see my ideas with
- Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 2: East, West, and the Culture of Middle Europe, the Science of Initiation
- Being’, Schelling's Bruno and Schiller's
- Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 9: East, West, and Middle
- Schiller, Goethe, Herder and also the philosophers
- German philosophers, Goethe and Schiller have always
- Schiller's letters on aesthetic education, for instance.
- 'social community' in Schiller's letters on aesthetic
- idea of the state developed by Humboldt, Schiller, Herder
- Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 11: Modern Science and Christianity, Threefold Social Order, Goetheanism
- Schiller developed and the way Goethe developed. [
- Schiller's attempt to solve the riddle of human evolution
- Schiller's mind was that human beings have natural needs;
- logical thinking and instinctive feelings. Schiller felt
- senses. Schiller therefore concluded that art and
- make logic the object of personal experience. Schiller
- to a free social society. Schiller therefore considered
- human being from Schiller. He felt: ‘This man
- Schiller is trying to solve a certain riddle, the riddle
- them reflected human evolution. Schiller attempted to
- What exactly was it that they had done? Schiller used a
- individuality. Schiller's abstract ideas therefore still
- saying is that Goethe and Schiller were able to reach a
- certain point in their day and age, Schiller in
- apply to life. This shows very clearly that Schiller's
- must guide us to find the reality of what Schiller
- earth-related science towards which Schiller and Goethe
- did not want to go — Schiller by keeping his
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