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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • of human evolution, this responsibility is altogether different
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • buildings, differences are at once apparent. A very striking example
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • differ from all its predecessors. We now come back to what was said
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • our work, I have come across artists in many different domains who
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • are presented to us in many different forms. As I once said, we have
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • very different form from anything that existed in the days
    • idiosyncrasies of the different technical experts. This of
    • different sized spaces, we may with advantage think of the
    • different kinds of wood have been used for the columns in the
    • columns must be of different woods. The real reason
    • ‘Why must there be different strings on a violin? Would
    • instead?’ The use of different woods is a reality in
    • dome, each of these forms would have to be quite different,
    • just as the little finger of a dwarf is different from that
    • of a giant. It was not only the differences in dimension, but
    • the differences in the forms that called forth the
    • nose and put a different organ in the place where the nose
    • the small toe as well, would have to be different if the nose
    • were different. Just as nobody in his senses would wish to
    • should be other than it is. If this form were different, the
    • whole building would have to be different, for the whole is
    • finds in the different arts something that transcends the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • different sense. It is probable that our building will not be
    • based on a quite different conception from that of the Greek
    • difference. The Greek motif is complete in itself. This other
    • The wall lives — that is the difference.
    • importance. There is no difference as in the case of the
    • The difference in the dimensions of the two sections
    • can be studied in the different forms and in the architraves.
    • different from what physics imagines it to be. The principles
    • one single colour, but different colours will be used at the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • quite different from the forms of the three stages of
    • foci will naturally differ, but the two lines
    • Our astral body subtracts and is glad that the difference is
    • multiplication process has really three different forms.
    • the result of a differentiation. Even in similarity the true
    • such that from his earliest childhood man had a different
    • of different forces which pass upwards. So that when we have
    • body in different colours. We strengthen our etheric sheath
    • himself different pillar formations which bear his skull.
    • souls pass through different, successive incarnations? Not
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • different kinds of wood?’ There is no allegorical or
    • pillars are made of different woods.
    • the diagram rather differently, with the Sun rather turned
    • Moon must now be drawn differently. I am representing the
    • little. The lines are somewhat different but they arise
    • the diagram again differently (Diagram III). Here I have
    • applies a mathematical principle and gets a different result
    • this advantage over other creatures whose colour differs from
    • were differently coloured died out and those like the sand
    • different races, the influence is not, in his case, the
    • are decked with such a variety of colours is very different
    • from this sea of colour has taken on a different activity.
    • should have quite a different relationship to the world of
    • before us something quite definite, differentiated. To fathom
    • the different civilisations until, during the Graeco-Latin
    • world, and all the different forms in art were an expression
    • world and it became necessary to resort to a different realm.
    • Michelangelo and others. Something different hovers before us
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • understanding other souls who specialise in a different sphere.
    • which he reads. What a different relationship there is to the
    • gradually arose, not only the indifferent attitude to art,
    • different from what man sees in the horse: as we go about we
    • certainly have a different conception of the body of man. To
    • bear ‘whitens’ itself, this, at a different
    • something different on before it.
    • different kind from any that may be a product of the dying
    • different kind from those which are made living by our forms.
    • world's disharmonies will take a different course when men

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