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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the so-called “Fensterworte” — that is to say, the
    • was to call the first Goetheanum, the “Johannesbau.” This
    • aspirant for spiritual knowledge — is called Johannes
    • work fruitful — for what we have to create must be basically,
    • complete, intrinsically perfect — an Infinitude in itself. The
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • call.
    • heard this morning when the lecturer so graphically said that the
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • all over Europe. It is a remarkable story, beautiful and artistically
    • graphically narrated in connection with one main theme, have the
    • climax are graphically told. And now, think of it: We take the book
    • people call out for an ‘explanation.’ Would it always
    • that in a sense it takes away from us practically all the living
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • be made, especially by so-called ‘experts,’ that
    • of the so-called acanthus leaf — showing the sense in
    • leaf, working it out plastically and adding it to the
    • out plastically and then added to the Corinthian column. Now
    • Vitruvius says that Callimachos, the Corinthian Sculptor,
    • diagrammatically, from the side view: a number of men are
    • as the so-called Palmette, either in this or in a similar
    • serves as a decoration, you have plastically introduced in
    • was worked out plastically — I can illustrate this to
    • column (and therefore flat) was worked out plastically
    • is worked out plastically.
    • leaf arises when the palmette is worked out plastically; it
    • but to work it out plastically. People then began to call
    • was not called by this name. The name has as little to do
    • what is called the acanthus leaf decoration did not arise
    • that was worked out plastically instead of being merely
    • the so-called imitative arts, the thing that is imitated is
    • curious name, not very aristocratic, but typically Austrian.
    • this development of the so-called acanthus motif from the
    • leaves out is very characteristic. He says that Callimachos
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • cause of Anthroposophy call for a sense of great
    • We feel that a mystery is there around us, calling out to the
    • only has meaning when it calls forth the intuition that the
    • pierce the wall. We must have these windows which call to our
    • the old myths symbolically and allegorically, and imagine for
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • the Spirit symbolically, but by beginning to feel that the
    • — for so indeed they may be called. After the first
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • a part but which are infinitely deeper than the so-called
    • so-called science of to-day will undergo an overwhelming
    • diagrammatically as it actually appears to the occult seer
    • assumed hypothetically that Ahriman and Lucifer have entered,
    • ventricle and lungs back again to the so-called left
    • so-called “selection” which has been laid down as
    • is somewhat radically expressed, but the whole colour scale
    • Their golden urns reciprocally lending.”
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • biographical sketch of his life. I only want to call your
    • level, is practically the same thing as when man stretches
    • artistically of course, this form, which in itself is at
    • wont to called the two-petalled lotus flower
    • sagas allegorically and symbolically instead of feeling the

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