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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • of mankind as a whole. And unless this demand is fulfilled, the aim
    • in line and harmony with the evolutionary forces operating in mankind
    • those within the walls; there is everywhere a kind of urge to break
    • underlying law. But for all that, we still confront a kind of
    • feel a kind of fear, a kind of dread of spiritual knowledge,
    • but the same kind of treatment might also be applied to architectural
    • intellects we draw up tables and coin all kinds of technical
    • substance of world-secrets in the possession of mankind hitherto. And
    • of the evolution of mankind and of the Divine World too, Theosophy
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
    • may thus be able to take its real place in the evolution of mankind.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • and published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • when the building is once there, all kind of objections will
    • origin of the arts, is not well or kindly received by those
    • basket-work, and as a kind of token of it we have the
    • Imagine a kind of stage, and as an amphitheatre around it,
    • the artistic feeling of mankind as a decorative motif in the
    • able to comfort ourselves with the knowledge that this kind
    • feels how artistic creation has arisen in mankind. It was a
    • different kinds of wood have been used for the columns in the
    • just the same sense. We could no more use only one kind of
    • is this: all that was, in the early days of art, a kind of
    • distance?’ And then all kinds of attempts were made to
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • desire to lead all mankind through these doors will be the
    • the Gods are able to speak to mankind .... I have
    • a kind of dream consciousness, when man still feels himself
    • in itself. The Greek Temple was still a kind of altar for the
    • there will be a kind of symphonic progression to the
    • the kind of conceptions that must inspire us if we are really
    • here (see diagram) and think of a kind of roofing over it,
    • spirituality and for all mankind.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • now descended to mankind.’ Whereas the Greek placed the
    • expresses a struggle, a kind of interplay with the outer
    • rounded surfaces, and perceive variations of this kind, we
    • the forms. The erection of a building of this kind reveals
    • kinds of ingenious interpretations will Understand our
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • different kinds of wood?’ There is no allegorical or
    • seen divided into a kind of cross, into four chambers. The
    • see a kind of streaming current, but closer scrutiny reveals
    • kind of mirror-image in the cosmos, but we will leave this
    • underlies a figure of this kind — where perhaps only a
    • bodies as living movement, tried to express it in a kind of
    • guided mankind from the beginning of evolution. That Spirit
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • lectures are meant to help us in regard to the kind of
    • time will have to elapse before mankind will have developed
    • ‘true Theosophy’ is thought to be a kind of psychic
    • who hurl this kind of reproach at us — in fact we can
    • soon find that the artist becomes a kind of ‘cultural
    • of that kind. No wonder our age has lost the living element
    • evolving any kind of colour symbolism (which would of course
    • of this kind remaining there at rest. To picture such a thing
    • red moves it will send on before it a kind of orange aura, a
    • different kind from any that may be a product of the dying
    • different kind from those which are made living by our forms.
    • of any kind to what it sets out to depict. It behooves us,
    • however, to realise what kind of sense for truth underlies
    • realise how human hearts can be kindled by the spiritual

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