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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • in a procession round and inside the circle. Something
    • then passes round inside the circle; others are sitting in
    • the circle looking on.
    • in a circle and the actors passed around in a procession.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • Ego-hood, Selfhood, in the perfect circle. If you realise
    • true, living, sentient human being, confronting a circle,
    • soul, or if when he sees a fragment of a circle he feels that
    • circle I have drawn here has an unbroken line. (1). This line
    • circle. What do these variations signify? The second (2)
    • relation with the outer world. The simple circle makes us
    • what is shut off within the circle. If we observe the circle
    • the circle is alone in the world. The variation in the line
    • than the outer.” And in the case of the jagged circle
    • than that which lies within the circle.” And now if we
    • go into any building containing fragments of circles or
    • the circle or sphere. Why is this? It is because the simple
    • circle or sphere is of all forms the most easily perceptible.
    • It is an absolutely simple matter to recognise a circle. All
    • centre, we have the sphere, or circle. It is the very easiest
    • the circle is the simplest of all entities. This is also in
    • the simplest of all impressions, just like the circle or
    • an ellipse is more complex than that of the circle. I will
    • circle. Here I must ask those who have studied geometry
    • circle is related to one point, the ellipse is related to two.
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • — that is how people express it. In certain circles
    • humblest circles. The learned men of the spheres of culture

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