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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • nature, a temple dedicated to Pallas Athene, to Apollo or to Zeus
    • The spiritual picture given by Anthroposophy of the physical nature
    • not been seen. But so it is ... In Nature, too, there is something
    • entrust to the sphere of his bodily nature. The mystery of Man as
    • modern age become mature enough to understand the nature of such a
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • disconcert us, for it lies in the nature of things that
    • of nature. The artistic representation of the elements of
    • outer nature only entered into art later on. When men no
    • forms of art can no more arise from an imitation of nature
    • than music can be created by an imitation of nature. Even in
    • nature. My discovery of these connections in regard to the
    • Spirits who work in nature, create according to these forces;
    • nature is expressing the same things as we are expressing
    • nature, but of the expression of what is there as pure
    • that harmonises with its own nature. The whole building is
    • something living in the depths of human nature behind the
    • nature out of instinct — for he has made the principle
    • reproduce nature by pure imitation. It really was enough to
    • nature herself. The artists were wasting their time in their
    • efforts to imitate, for nature has it all in a much higher
    • nature it would be much easier to understand than this
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • The spirits of nature have given us the larynx and we make
    • basic nature of the Greek art of building we shall realise
    • the Gods of nature. And now let us pass on to the forms of
    • them, we are creating in the same way as nature created the
    • speak of the real nature of painting we shall understand the
    • of colour as the speech of the soul of nature, of
    • receive it, the sacred nature of their task and something of
    • thus spring up in the world. Let us realise the living nature
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • no longer the nature of equality as in the case of the
    • penetrate into the depths of nature they appear before the
    • very being — the dual nature of man. When the curtain
    • how the spiritual form of nature and the higher spiritual
    • vertical position. It is an achievement of man's nature
    • questions relating to the living soul of nature in connection
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • of nature than the ordinary intellect of man can
    • of nature which without art would never be revealed. Here
    • that art is this manifestation of higher laws of nature about
    • structure. It is part of nature that the expedient and the
    • nature, that every animal has an astral body and that soul
    • by way of the soul nature, something that in turn streams out
    • merely contemplating the colours of nature we must try to
    • real nature of the spirit of human evolution.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • relationship of this or that artist to nature, or to other
    • that artist look on nature — are problems of philosophy
    • manifestation of secret laws of nature without which they
    • regard to the universe are inartistic in their very nature
    • scenes in nature like that of a rosy dawn worked upon man as
    • into the spiritual flow of the powers of of nature
    • that is to say of the spiritual powers behind nature
    • it deeply symptomatic of the whole nature of the present age
    • elements. Art has observed and studied nature long enough,
    • has tried long enough to solve all the riddles of nature and
    • penetration into nature. What lives in the elements is,
    • problems like that of the nature and being of colour, for in
    • the soul of nature and of the whole cosmos and we partake of
    • still more deeply into the nature of the world of colour and
    • that is the unity of the whole nature of man — the



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