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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
    • the interior the most perfect form that is possible to-day
    • creating it. And if Spiritual Science does not do this in our day,
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • from the spirit of an epoch. How can we to-day reach some
    • the gallows, and how he is saved by words spoken each day by Seven
    • days, must utter no single word and appear to be a simpleton. But
    • son to go free. But the next day the Empress tells the Emperor
    • day has come and Diocletian is able to speak. This is the story of
    • the days when this story was actually written, nobody would have been
    • asked to ‘explain’ it. But the verdict nowadays is that
    • human soul as it is to-day, when it has lost consciousness of the
    • symbols. We, in our day, bring the intellect, and Spiritual Science
    • have outlined before you to-day.
    • the world to-day, so much more depends upon deed than upon any
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • to-day by considering a well-known motif in art — that
    • very different form from anything that existed in the days
    • own student days in Vienna were passed during the time when
    • being, but in those days the usual conception of man and the
    • days of which I am speaking it was almost forbidden to speak
    • is this: all that was, in the early days of art, a kind of
    • day I received two letters from a man who, ten years ago, it
    • the case in art, and above all it was so in the days when men
    • To-day I only
    • In our days it
    • The layman to-day understands the principle of naturalism as
    • anything at all. To-day the layman is pleased if when he
    • “work of art.” People to-day do not realise the
    • my young days, when I was about 24 or 25 years old, when I
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • am I reminded to-day of the attitude we must have to this
    • responsibility. To-day is a splendid occasion for reminding
    • the case to-day when we are handing over this auxiliary
    • to fulfil the tasks which arise every day. It brings home to
    • have been able to open to-day can be a means of education for
    • ought to be expressed through the forms of art has to-day to
    • people to-day have no sort of inkling.
    • are wont to gather together in Congresses to-day for the
    • express the fact it is a dwelling place of the God. To-day I
    • days of Christianity the feelings of men were no longer the
    • affairs of everyday life the worship that is offered to the
    • another lecture. To-day I want to speak of the relief work
    • opened to-day. I have tried to explain how relief may become
    • express the feelings of our hearts and souls to-day when this
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • land. Everyday life and the mood of exaltation by which man
    • and the priesthood. Man leaves the affairs of everyday life
    • has a message for man of the present day will arise. But all
    • must pardon this expression but it is permissible to-day
    • (... it was very hot on the day this lecture was given.)
    • everyday life and is readily perceptible, and something that
    • everyday and the other is connected with the whole cosmos. We
    • man not only as he is in everyday life, but as
    • forces. To-day physicists only speak of purely physical
    • from outside. This has no particular significance to-day, on
    • the first germs of the skull formation. To-day we have
    • compressed itself into the hard skull covering. To-day this
    • all for to-day. In another lecture I will try to approach
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • gradually into our feelings. To-day, therefore, I only want
    • so-called science of to-day will undergo an overwhelming
    • of the present day answers: ‘We are no longer as stupid
    • these materialistic speculations and fantasies will one day
    • Nowadays,
    • speak of the new conception of the art of painting. To-day I
    • revealed each day that passes, will work in such a way
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • To-day we will
    • “specialists” to-day so far as their souls are
    • but the cold one that exists nowadays. Think of someone in a
    • made to ‘speak’ nowadays, but in their own
    • blue’ — which is often the case to-day — he
    • which surges upward from his own body. By day it happens that
    • light — all are dead as they are painted to-day; form
    • and what arises from hand, chisel and paint brush. To-day the
    • culture of our day. It is not at all necessary for the outer
    • wanted to indicate to-day, in order next time to penetrate
    • very days one cannot help speaking of things spiritual with a
    • every wilderness. Even in these days of sorrow, in hours
    • is shining to-day, its radiance will ever increase until it

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