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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • many Egyptian temples in that we have to think of the Greek Temple as
    • Greek God dwells within the temple. In this building, with its
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • The Greek Temple is an infinitude in itself in that it is the
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • respect of dynamic perfection you will find nothing except the Greek
    • horizontally forward — that is the Greek Temple. Again
    • sight of a Greek Temple “makes us feel the very marrow of our
    • bones.” Truly, the Greek Temple lives in us because we are that
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • revived Greek architecture, Schmidt who elaborated Gothic
    • feature of Mesopotamian art and it passed over into Greek art
    • therefore this motif could find expression in Greek culture.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • spoken of the Greek Temple and have shown how all its forms
    • basic nature of the Greek art of building we shall realise
    • epoch flowed into the Greeks' mode of perception and thence
    • basis of Greek perception and feeling? It is, of course, a
    • diagram) we have the wall surrounding the Greek Temple, with
    • alt="Wall Surrounding the Greek Temple"
    • the Greek Temple man controls the force of gravity and
    • The land is part of the Temple itself. A Greek Temple is
    • particular arises within us when we pass from the Greek
    • Temple to the Church of Christendom. The Greek Temple stands
    • same as in the Greek age. Looking into the soul of the Greek,
    • in itself. The Greek Temple was still a kind of altar for the
    • this sense. The place of the Greek within earthly existence
    • a form where Greek and Roman architecture would no longer be
    • within walls. The whole world was felt by the Greeks and
    • Greek Temple itself had been now became the chancel. Men
    • based on a quite different conception from that of the Greek
    • is working. In the Greek Temple it is as though he frees
    • The Greek Temple everywhere indicates the force of gravity
    • and its own union with the earth. In the Greek Temple we can
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • the Greek Temple, I said that in a certain sense it formed a
    • the Greek Temple save the spiritual presence of the God and
    • of the ancient Greek form of building (which was derived
    • ever-increasing extent from the period of the Greek
    • now descended to mankind.’ Whereas the Greek placed the
    • its forms of expression. In order to understand the Greek
    • Greek thought of architecture.

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