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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • Cathedral of Christendom have arisen in the course of the evolution
    • absolutely and in essence new. Naturally, it will arise in a form as
    • No true art can arise
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • may often arise in connection with this building is that of
    • arisen in the evolution of humanity and have been justified
    • the sun forces. Thus has all true artistic creation arisen,
    • idea that complexity has arisen from simplicity. Now this is
    • intuition will arise that the decoration around it is the
    • the right the beginning of it that arises when the palmette
    • leaf arises when the palmette is worked out plastically; it
    • what is called the acanthus leaf decoration did not arise
    • forms of art can no more arise from an imitation of nature
    • feels how artistic creation has arisen in mankind. It was a
    • — an intuition that had arisen during the General
    • architectural decorations had not arisen in the way described
    • the palmette motif has arisen out of this, growing, as it
    • the artistic principle from which they have arisen. On
    • concerned, naturalism has arisen out of a very simple
    • have arisen from something less simple. The artist, when he
    • feel in life itself the forms which must arise, in order that
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • can be reminded of this responsibility by studies that arise
    • to fulfil the tasks which arise every day. It brings home to
    • particular arises within us when we pass from the Greek
    • “I” arises within him, and Christendom represents
    • of the human soul arises the need to separate off from the
    • will be revealed. They will arise as light formations from
    • But there must arise in these seekers a holy longing to find
    • earthly forces and forms arise and pass away in the course of
    • souls arise and pass away in the spiritual evolution of the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • has a message for man of the present day will arise. But all
    • conscious idea can arise in the soul when the word
    • this form arises (see next diagram). We raise ourselves
    • the brain there arises in the etheric body, in our age as
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • Sun. Another migration or stream arises from the fact that
    • through the Moon; thus a double stream has arisen. On the one
    • little. The lines are somewhat different but they arise
    • arise and even become acute, but one of the two has made an
    • arisen, concomitantly. These two elements then entered into
    • The insight will arise that there is an astral
    • interplay arises between this astral body and the colour of
    • feeling arises that blue takes one into greater and greater
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • beginning in a primitive fashion, the necessity arises to
    • art will arise from this comprehensive understanding of
    • answers to questions that arise in our own souls.
    • arise when the human soul learns to penetrate to the depths
    • and what arises from hand, chisel and paint brush. To-day the

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