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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Lecture: And The Temple
    • And The Temple Becomes Man
    • The Temple Is/Becomes — Man!
    • Also known as: The Temple Is/Becomes — Man!
    • Temples of Greece and other great monuments, human thoughts alone
    • intention is to build a Temple which is also to be a place of
    • teaching — as were the ancient Temples of the Mysteries.
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • temple-buildings. When with insight and warmth of soul we study these
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • is left of these temples of the ancient Persian epoch, and their
    • find its way into the later temples of the third epoch, into
    • Babylonian-Assyrian architecture and above all into the temples of
    • what the earlier temples in that part of the world may have been, it
    • will dawn upon us that in these very ancient temples, everything
    • frontage of the temple upon those who approached its portals. A man
    • who made his way through this facade into the interior of the temple,
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
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  • 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
    • 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
    • Temples can be thought of apart from the surrounding land.
    • The land is part of the Temple itself. A Greek Temple is
    • around in the district; if nobody enters the Temple, it
    • Temple to the Church of Christendom. The Greek Temple stands
    • Human beings are not necessarily within the Temple; they live
    • around it, outside it. The Temple belongs to the surrounding
    • The Temple hallows everything, even the trivial daily
    • the Temple. Man feels himself united with the God as he works
    • service to the earth. The Temple grows out of the human
    • the Temple with the in-dwelling God and I am near. I may be
    • while the God is dwelling there within the Temple. Then man
    • in itself. The Greek Temple was still a kind of altar for the
    • the land, for the Temple stands there like an altar for the
    • Greek Temple itself had been now became the chancel. Men
    • visible to outer senses, the Temple as the dwelling-place of
    • Temple. When we pass to the pillars of Gothic architecture
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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
    • countryside was one with it. The Temple stood there as the
    • the Greek Temple save the spiritual presence of the God and
    • Temple was the fact that every man engaged in his daily
    • the spiritual world, was the Temple standing there like an
    • Temple like an altar in the land, the future and, inasmuch as
    • Temple, we tried, last time, to grasp the purely physical

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