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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • to-day. In ancient times, human beings had at their disposal means of
    • needs no human being near it or inside it; it stands there in its own
    • away human beings are from the temple itself, the truer is the effect
    • gathering-together, a togetherness of human beings. (Dom is
    • subject. Imagine a human being lying on the ground, in the act of
    • symbolic expression of what we may feel at the sight of a human being
    • to its interior. A human being in the act of raising himself upright
    • human being, therefore, sheds light on the fundamental character of
    • that early Art of Building. Man as a physical being has his spiritual
    • a physical being, but also as a being of soul. When we
    • approach man on Earth as a being of soul, all that we perceive in his
    • The human being raising
    • The human being standing on the soil of the Earth, concealing a
    • inner world stream perpetually through his being, directing his gaze
    • the Future. The physical human being can be described by
    • Anthroposophy; the human being as the temple of the soul can be
    • described by Psychosophy; and as Spirit, the human being can be
    • in the following way: — We envisage a human being lying on the
    • into the soul must be able to pour into form. Just as the human being
    • raising himself upright and then the human being consolidated in
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • being, but in those days the usual conception of man and the
    • chief among them being the materialistic conception of art.
    • gestures of the human being, nay even the human form itself,
    • as a human being, able to bear the weight.’ Men felt
    • represents the joining together of a number of human beings
    • seats with spectators; certain human beings are now to pass
    • point. So that man felt the state of being bound to the earth
    • from a ‘superabundance’ of forces in the being of
    • felt in the volute. We see the human being, as he strengthens
    • that was worked out plastically instead of being merely
    • in his own being.
    • decoration has the quality of being ‘in-carved,’
    • character of being in-carved. One can feel this in the model,
    • are creating — the surface that is coming into being
    • ‘What idea must I have of my own being when I look away
    • that will express my inner being in forms?’ I am sure
    • that art is born from the depths of man's being. So greatly
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • glass windows for our building, and we cannot help being
    • than insignificant human beings! The highest we can create
    • we shall feel, ‘Ah, if only all human beings could be
    • — if we have any desire to exclude other human beings?
    • with their fellow beings. Peace and harmony will pour into
    • Human beings
    • human being speak to us? — When he possesses a larynx.
    • that the very being and essence of the fourth Post-Atlantean
    • the sanctuary of the God. Human beings may live for miles
    • Human beings are not necessarily within the Temple; they live
    • occupations of the human beings who live on the land. Service
    • on the land and in the pursuits of human beings living around
    • beings are still at one with the earth which the Gods have
    • of Christendom comes into being. The land becomes
    • of the universe comes into being; the Spirit speaks to those
    • already being prepared. The essential feature of Gothic
    • these forms we see the art of human beings who have
    • architecture this labour of human beings unites itself with
    • brings forth its creatures from its own being. Our own art of
    • human beings and animals moving upon it, but they do not
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • being. The Church of Christendom was in itself a duality, the
    • the community being set apart.
    • true, living, sentient human being, confronting a circle,
    • being, from the simplest cell to the complex human being, is
    • being, craves for activity. If he wants to be lazy this is
    • self the mysterious entity resting in the depths of being
    • the depths of its being, because this is the line of the
    • very being — the dual nature of man. When the curtain
    • the development and being of the forms. For this reason I do
    • the mode of its development, how spiritual being itself has
    • being. This is a mere speculation, for it results in an
    • enters the world, is really a highly complicated being. When
    • horizontal being; then he stands upright — in the
    • but a being of spirit and soul and when, as little children,
    • of the Earth. The Earth-Will permeates our being; we allow
    • living being, is poured out into the forms as an etheric
    • being.
    • striving in their very being — man will feel how he has
    • development of his being.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • support is added to man's being. When he has passed through
    • which man has raised in his own being after the first period
    • being and becoming.’ We may therefore find
    • content of these various heavenly bodies. Beings have their
    • only so, but they send forth their workings. Higher beings
    • inhabit the heavenly bodies for long ages; subordinate beings
    • of currents being set in motion in the cosmos. These currents
    • are often nothing less than the beings who are sent forth by
    • certain elementary or higher beings from one cosmic body to
    • a swarm of spiritual beings passing from one heavenly body to
    • the fact that here we have to do with hosts of beings passing
    • to and fro. We can see such a stream of spiritual beings
    • of hosts of spiritual beings who are flowing around and
    • these beings always return to the Sun after having passed
    • hand the beings return into the fourth chamber in the Sun
    • formed because certain beings do not take part in the
    • being, contains the mysteries of the cosmos and senses them
    • laws of cosmic being. Perhaps it may be admitted that the
    • living beings is contrived in accordance with expediency?
    • therefore believe that some spiritual being or other has
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • In a certain sense all human beings are
    • that moved the innermost being of man. In the nineteenth
    • being. The thoughts and ideas evolved by the modern age in
    • of colour is, in its very being, fluidic and alive — an
    • clairvoyance a horse would no more see a human being than a
    • human being, being without problems of psychological
    • exist for the horse as a physical being, but only as a
    • spiritual being. The horse is possessed of a certain order of
    • are spectral beings to the horse. If animals could speak in
    • chance occurs to the animals to contemplate him as a being of
    • — a spectral, ghostlike being. Even if the animals
    • into the substrata of his being because he would never have
    • into his own colouring; it penetrated into the being of man
    • to the form but to the forces and weaving being round about
    • — and this is perpetually being flooded over by that
    • inertia. Unless man enters with his whole being into the
    • Madonnas were living in Raphael's very being, just as they
    • permeates the soul in the innermost depths of her being
    • being. It is quite easy to speak of Spiritual Science and its
    • problems like that of the nature and being of colour, for in
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