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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • help which are no longer available in our epoch. The Gods let their
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • undertake it. The Emperor's second wife longs to have a
    • priest of Midian, who came to Moses by the well belonging to their
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • Yet, may be, this small beginning will reveal the lines along
    • old clairvoyance, belonged to the fourth Post-Atlantean
    • period, the Graeco-Roman. Although Egyptian culture belongs
    • Egyptian art belongs to the fourth epoch. In the fourth epoch
    • larger whole, when a man no longer merely lets himself go as
    • he walks along, but is obliged to adapt himself to the
    • longer realised that palms were used to express the sun
    • truest sense. Later on man no longer realised that he must
    • is true, did belong to the Anthroposophical Movement, but who
    • Not long ago we
    • to the interior we shall, before very long, be able to speak
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • not yet — the longing will develop to work so intensely
    • within its surrounding territory, belongs to the territory.
    • around it, outside it. The Temple belongs to the surrounding
    • days of Christianity the feelings of men were no longer the
    • course of long ages by the ancient Hebrew civilisation. Out
    • a form where Greek and Roman architecture would no longer be
    • belongs to the church; the church is intended to enclose the
    • which take away the weight from the walls, we are no longer
    • the weight-bearing Gothic pillars we are no longer concerned
    • the Divine. The souls of men no longer receive the Divine as
    • to speak for a long time if I wanted to show that this is how
    • belong to the relief. They can be introduced into the relief,
    • directions, but this is no longer the pure essence of the art
    • But there must arise in these seekers a holy longing to find
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • The Church of Christendom is no longer actually one with the
    • Church of Christendom, therefore, could no longer be what the
    • in variation we can no longer feel that what is expressed by
    • movement, of that which draws us along with it. This is what
    • simplicity of the thought is no longer there when we pass to
    • no longer the nature of equality as in the case of the
    • would no longer need to teach — the knowledge would
    • have within ourselves a duality: something that belongs to
    • process is no longer necessary. The skull formation is
    • inherited. It is no longer necessary to build up the skull
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • microcosm, in the constitution of man. Before very long, the
    • inhabit the heavenly bodies for long ages; subordinate beings
    • unnatural that in a building which belongs to the present and
    • of the present day answers: ‘We are no longer as stupid
    • were. The blue colour takes one along with it — on and
    • longer the case after the old clairvoyant consciousness,
    • into being, for man no longer possessed within himself the
    • longer felt, I will draw near to the Godhead. ‘There is
    • copy. This was no longer the case when atavistic connection
    • Graeco-Latin culture remained so long in a state of barbarism
    • understood nothing of true imitative art. They came along
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • the year 2000. According to Grimm's idea, therefore, a long
    • Carstens we find a certain artistic longing, but we can also
    • it thus: our artists are no longer artists. They are
    • off, blue as something we would pursue as if with longing.
    • eddying vortex of attacks and longings, the sense of flight
    • which is at rest, living movement that does not only belong
    • destined to receive by way of powers of longing — all
    • externally is the world — all that for which he longs
    • elements. Art has observed and studied nature long enough,
    • has tried long enough to solve all the riddles of nature and
    • which art alone can achieve. These things belong to the far,
    • world. So long as we have not ceased asking about allegorical
    • or symbolical meanings, so long as we interpret myths and
    • fairy stories — so long have we not attained to real
    • beginning to see real results. So long as the Movement was

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