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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • the Gothic cathedral. Anyone who has the feeling upon entering
    • a Gothic cathedral that in this cathedral he has before him something
    • Gothic architecture; just as anyone fails to understand the forms of
    • feeling. A Gothic cathedral which is empty is also an impossibility
    • Gothic cathedral is complete only when the congregation is in
    • the Gothic cathedral is complete. But the congregation belongs to it;
    • the Greek temple to the Gothic cathedral — for the other forms
    • Christian century, we come to the forms of Gothic architecture, which
    • quality: hence the Gothic forms also produce an abstract-mathematical
    • comfortable inclusion of the god or goddess. In the Gothic forms
    • the time of the Gothic architecture the longing soul could
    • in its proper typical form is the Gothic cathedral. But again, if
    • necessary to pass over from the mere Gothic to something else, which
    • in a great cathedral, which was not however thought of as Gothic,
    • although it should have the same significance as the Gothic
    • Gothic, but I have already told you why one did not stop sharply with
    • the Gothic — enclose it with a wall whose ground-plan is a
    • in a style of architecture which only approximates the real Gothic,
    • the Gothic cathedral, which encloses no image, but either the relics

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