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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • initiated such a courageous plan, had chosen the name because the
    • bones.” Truly, the Greek Temple lives in us because we are that
    • because Spiritual Science tries to open up a certain understanding of
    • interpretations because, especially when he is really creative, he
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • a decorative motif. Now because our endeavours are separated
    • ancients used the leaves of palms because they were typifying
    • This union came about because it was in Greece that the Ego
    • case of the acanthus leaf is exposed, because, in effect,
    • into all the details because it is too well known. What he
    • one side because he will brook no authority. This principle
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • edifice, dedicated as it is to the cause of Spiritual
    • cause of Anthroposophy call for a sense of great
    • heart or intellect, because the forms of art will teach them
    • rendered to the earth becomes a divine office because the God
    • of course, because the arts can be developed in all
    • instance, that they are advancing the cause of Theosophy. A
    • make art more intelligible. I have spoken as I have because I
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • specially near to us because on the one hand it is the
    • the circle or sphere. Why is this? It is because the simple
    • circle is so immediately obvious. The ellipse causes us
    • greater joy because there we have to be inwardly active. The
    • enters the physical world. It is an unity because it ever and
    • the depths of its being, because this is the line of the
    • to be full of mystery because, although its form is also
    • the Spirit that moves and is active, because behind the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • are sent from one heavenly body to another and are the cause
    • formed because certain beings do not take part in the
    • periods of human evolution. This is because in those olden
    • common attribute of humanity and because man then created
    • from the reason which causes human beings in the same region
    • colour conditions, and man by the warmth condition, because,
    • or feeling in man, because he reaches out with his ego beyond
    • because the inner life surging within him used him as an
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • are on the wrong track because here or there we have given to
    • was immediately perceptible because it flowed from something
    • difficult for man because, since he has to develop his ego
    • into the substrata of his being because he would never have
    • universe of life because this is shining in the colours. Form
    • cosmic soul, because colour is not only a part of form; the
    • not know how to live with colour because it seems to pass
    • cause the death of art. In many instances of course a
    • with a certain sense of pain, because the more our will and
    • become. I have, moreover, spoken thus because the way in
    • impression is caused by the opposition arising on all sides
    • confidence more, sometimes less. If we speak of sorrow caused
    • out beyond all the disharmony that can only cause him pain.
    • sorrow even greater than that caused by the discrepancy



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