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- Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
- columns which in themselves reveal their function as bearers
- whole bearing and appearance. When the soul truly permeates the body,
- too, to bear upon the ancient wisdom which has been the seed of the
- little more bearable when we are able to picture, for instance, the
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
- men that they perceived how the movement, bearing and
- as a human being, able to bear the weight.’ Men felt
- Underneath what has to bear the capital we find
- the truly dynamic-architectonic principle of weight-bearing.
- has to bear a load. It is this strengthening process that is
- it is as if Atlas is bearing the world, but the form is still
- undeveloped in that the volute becomes the weight bearer.
- downward, as it were, so that the character of weight bearing
- becomes complete. And now think of this weight bearing in the
- into itself — the Ego bent round, in this case bearing
- of the Corinthian column with the volute bearing the abacus
- the bearing of a load; what was mere painting in the Doric
- development came to bear a remote resemblance to the acanthus
- bears an apparent resemblance to a form in the animal or
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
- which are so moulded that they are able to bear it? It is
- the weight-bearing Gothic pillars we are no longer concerned
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
- bear their own personalities into the sanctuary but also
- that is bearing you to the East. The very essence and meaning
- vehicle that bears us onwards. In a spiritual sense we shall
- bear within us a lower self and a higher self. Both again are
- himself different pillar formations which bear his skull.
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
- instance, why the polar bear is white and not black or brown.
- of the approach of an enemy, an alien being bearing down upon
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
- why it is that the polar bear is white; the white colour is
- bear ‘whitens’ itself, this, at a different
- upon the polar bear in such a way that an impulse is released
- This on the one hand man must bear as a forming, shaping
- red he must bear within him in a form that rushes upward from
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