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Understanding the Urphenomena of Goethe
The section "Understanding the Urphenomena of Goethe", is a quote-farm, and will be removed. The five gigantic, inexplicable quotations hae a single citation, "(Rudolf Steiner, Light Course, Lecture 1, Stuttgart, 23rd December 1919)". This content is not appropriate to an encyclopedia article. — goethean ॐ 15:53, 8 March 2010 (UTC)
- it easy to delete -- its hard to supply something better -- if you could supply an adequate synopsis of what you delete - that would be appreciated.. since in the absence of zero explanation from any valid source (at present)... it would be a shame to get rid of something that still needs replacement. zero explanation with a chunk that's quoted from the editor most directly involved in the subject matter vs nothing at all.. its a no-brainer -- its easy to kick a barn down, but to build a good article requires many carpenters, improving step-by-step. Johnrpenner (talk) 23:52, 14 March 2010 (UTC)
The influence of Goethean science on Paul Klee
Goethean science was of considerable importance to the work of the great 20th century artist Paul Klee, who engaged deeply with the natural world. Reference: "Klee and Nature" by Richard Verdi, Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1984, especially the postscript, pp. 211-237. This is in support of the notability of Goethean science as a Wikipedia topic.