“One can put into things only what one has experienced within oneself.
Thus, each person, in accordance with his individual experiences, will also put something different, in a certain sense, into things…. It is not at all a matter, however, of all men having the same thoughts about things, but rather only of their living within the element of truth when they think about things.”
“When a thing expresses its essential being through the organ of the human spirit, then the full reality comes about only through the flowing together of the outer objective and the inner subjective. …Reality is not present in the objective world as something finished, but rather is only brought forth by the human spirit in connection with the things."
Illustration 4: Conceptual model for Landscape (Castiglioni, B. 2009)
|Illustration 7: by Campin 1420|
|Illustration 8: Detail|
|Illustation 9: Breugel 1550|
|Illustration 10: Delft by Vermeer (1632-1675)|
|Illustration 12: Mont Saint Victoire by Cezanne(Around 1900)|