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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • humanity advances.
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • forms as the evolution of humanity advances. The forms of
    • spiritual Powers and the conditions of human evolution of which we
    • of human evolution, this responsibility is altogether different
    • the inner constitution and attitude of the human soul in earlier
    • “Works of Art as Records of the Evolution of Humanity.”
    • to-day. In ancient times, human beings had at their disposal means of
    • Temples of Greece and other great monuments, human thoughts alone
    • free activity of our own human souls. The hallmark of our age is
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • too, are shrines around the holiest secret of humanity, namely.
    • needs no human being near it or inside it; it stands there in its own
    • away human beings are from the temple itself, the truer is the effect
    • gathering-together, a togetherness of human beings. (Dom is
    • subject. Imagine a human being lying on the ground, in the act of
    • symbolic expression of what we may feel at the sight of a human being
    • to its interior. A human being in the act of raising himself upright
    • human being, therefore, sheds light on the fundamental character of
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • arisen in the evolution of humanity and have been justified
    • about in the wider future of humanity. We must realise that
    • humanity as expressed in the origin of this acanthus leaf as
    • evolutions of humanity has led investigators to a basket, to
    • humanity as depicted by external documents. A certain
    • gestures of the human being, nay even the human form itself,
    • as a human being, able to bear the weight.’ Men felt
    • is as though one felt in humanity itself how man can indeed
    • represents the joining together of a number of human beings
    • seats with spectators; certain human beings are now to pass
    • not the case. The construction of the human eye, for
    • was fully realised within the human body, and
    • felt in the volute. We see the human being, as he strengthens
    • form of a plastic figure and you have the human force bent
    • the human etheric body (for the movement of a line is
    • also sprung from the human soul and not from imitation of
    • from out of the very well-springs of human evolution, one
    • human body, this is simply due to the fact that higher
    • instinctive perception of a human posture transformed into
    • sense- veil of natural and human existence and expressing in
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • moved by the thought that our human faculties are not really
    • than insignificant human beings! The highest we can create
    • we shall feel, ‘Ah, if only all human beings could be
    • — if we have any desire to exclude other human beings?
    • the mission that such buildings will have to humanity, if
    • be communicated to humanity by other means. In the present
    • that signifies the onward evolution of humanity in a
    • aiming at a primitive beginning. Yet if human culture is able
    • Human beings
    • human being speak to us? — When he possesses a larynx.
    • the sanctuary of the God. Human beings may live for miles
    • Human beings are not necessarily within the Temple; they live
    • occupations of the human beings who live on the land. Service
    • on the land and in the pursuits of human beings living around
    • service to the earth. The Temple grows out of the human
    • ‘all-too-human,’ and hallows everything around
    • prevailing mood of the fourth Post-Atlatean epoch, when human
    • connected with the Group-Soul of the whole of humanity. Then
    • of the human soul arises the need to separate off from the
    • these forms we see the art of human beings who have
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • have to run their course in human history before a fully
    • true, living, sentient human being, confronting a circle,
    • being, from the simplest cell to the complex human being, is
    • human self. But the other smaller space in the East is not at
    • of humanity in the sphere of art and in many other spheres of
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • made, namely, that human life runs its course in periods of
    • revelation of processes in human life itself. This shows us
    • in human evolution and to realise that true works of art in
    • periods of human evolution. This is because in those olden
    • common attribute of humanity and because man then created
    • the progress of human knowledge and culture, but it gave rise
    • itself with this flowing colour essence. The human being also
    • flowing sea of colour. As human beings we have the advantage
    • from the reason which causes human beings in the same region
    • in effect, the human being with his ego rises above the sea
    • real nature of the spirit of human evolution.
    • Human evolution
    • ... Then came the age in human evolution
    • establishing in human evolution those things which must be
    • the World-Spirit working in human evolution, of Whom we try
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • human civilisation.
    • spoke of the date at which humanity would first have
    • In a certain sense all human beings are
    • of art in humanity. And for this very reason it is necessary
    • was resounding, as it were, in every human soul. These
    • element that was living in all human souls, even down to the
    • clairvoyance a horse would no more see a human being than a
    • human being, being without problems of psychological
    • human skin as it appears in the temperate zones is
    • indeed active in the structure of the human brain. Around man
    • the red and yellow: by night, so far as the physical human
    • as the creative element, as the upper part of the human head,
    • arise when the human soul learns to penetrate to the depths
    • not to be, but such raillery is only the outcome of human
    • a work of the human soul in isolation. This of course may
    • anything, for it is the living organ of human speech and this
    • unity which makes every human achievement the outcome of this
    • existence as human beings are able to sustain us, if we seek
    • realise how human hearts can be kindled by the spiritual
    • await European humanity in a sear or distant future there



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