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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • find its way into the later temples of the third epoch, into
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • temples of Greece, we find that they retain the basic principle of
    • should find, inasmuch as the countenance expresses the inner man,
    • It is within man that we find the holy of holies —
    • accessible only to those who can find the way from the outer to the
    • deeply concealed in man as to be unable to find expression in his
    • respect of dynamic perfection you will find nothing except the Greek
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • strike upon the walls they will find something to which they are so
    • men of old, for finding styles of architecture and of building and
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • whether what I now have to say will find an echo or not! When we read
    • celebrates its resurrection. Nobody will rejoice to find the world
    • the question of whether Anthroposophy will find a wider response in
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • finds it very difficult to conceive that a beginning was
    • man — forces which cannot find expression in external
    • certain Doric columns one often finds a very interesting motif
    • Underneath what has to bear the capital we find
    • but underneath this we find, in certain Doric columns,
    • actually find the palmette motif on certain Doric columns,
    • therefore this motif could find expression in Greek culture.
    • is absolutely contrary to true artistic feeling. If we find
    • from the outer sense-world, and try to find an environment
    • a matter of course. Where can he find anything to take hold
    • is this?’ And he will be lucky if he finds anything at
    • finds in the different arts something that transcends the
    • view it was despairing to find that as a result of the
    • here in our building, finding its expression in the outer
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • they find imitators and followers?
    • it; if the ideas underlying such works of art find followers
    • this gift an organic part of the whole cosmos when we find
    • find the house of the priests, of those who teach. An image
    • building we shall find one plastic form, a continuous relief
    • coloured shadings: ‘Thus, O man, thou findest the path
    • pierce the walls, showing us how we find the path to the
    • however when we find in our perceptual life the transition
    • do in order to find the way to the Gods — in
    • it is to find the way to those regions whence the speech of
    • But there must arise in these seekers a holy longing to find
    • for the work on this hill to find successors; many such
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • find the quality of movement. I have here made a simple
    • the building, but you will find that there is an absolute
    • find that all the forms in the interior will evoke the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • ‘being and becoming.’ We may therefore find
    • divine.’ We find an inkling of the truth of these
    • seldom finds this feeling for colour, even among people who
    • and could not find their way to art. The reason is that these
    • the art of the Middle Ages we find that the significant
    • however, we are living in an epoch when man must again find
    • spiritualised art. I hope that they will find more and
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • cannot expect to find any capacity of real thought in people
    • Carstens we find a certain artistic longing, but we can also
    • into disuse — we shall find connecting links with an
    • soon find that the artist becomes a kind of ‘cultural
    • could never find expression” are wholly unintelligible
    • find the path of return.
    • during the earth period. Man must find the ways and means to
    • again find the flowing, surging waves of colour out of which
    • expresses more than mere distance and we cannot help finding
    • this is something that could find expression in the blue.
    • principle in his head, while all that finds expression in the
    • conception of what is striving to find its place within the
    • by the echo which our spiritual Movement finds in the world
    • it finds in the world—yet it must be said that the



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