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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • what the earlier temples in that part of the world may have been, it
    • thoughts and aims of those who participated in the building of these
    • counterpart in those remarkable temples of which only fragments and
    • other features, is a place set apart — and yet, at the same
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • impart to him. He has, for instance, himself discovered a certain
    • them before the eyes of the soul! That is part of the mission of our
    • view of art, they are, after all, part and parcel of the times in
    • perception is part and parcel of the aim before us — and we
    • such splendid understanding on the part of the Johannesbau-Verein and
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • particular forms and motifs is greatly misunderstood by
    • everything and are for the most part mere naturalists, but in
    • chisel in a particular way, we learn to love the surface we
    • under the mallet. I, for my part, must admit that I always
    • other than it is. Each single part of a living organism has
    • wanted to speak of this particular detail in connection with
    • particularly those who are working so devotedly and
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • is hovering before us. And more particularly should this be
    • that apart from all the cares and troubles which the building
    • this gift an organic part of the whole cosmos when we find
    • to make ourselves part of the great cosmos, and then our
    • Temples can be thought of apart from the surrounding land.
    • The land is part of the Temple itself. A Greek Temple is
    • particular arises within us when we pass from the Greek
    • stands or is enthroned as Lord and participates in the work
    • now form a space set apart for those who are to worship. The
    • community. Then, once again set apart from the community, we
    • of the community plays a part. In the single forms we see a
    • ground-plan and rounded form. The building is bipartite but
    • part of the larynx has inner value; no words could be uttered
    • if the larynx did not contain a a particular form at the
    • there may be only partial success in many cases and in other
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • land; it serves the Spirit, apart from the countryside, and
    • place set apart and there be united with the spirit. The
    • house of the community and the house set apart for the altar
    • the community being set apart.
    • from outside. This has no particular significance to-day, on
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • the spiritual world of which man is an integral part and of
    • a part but which are infinitely deeper than the so-called
    • each other and I want to speak of one particular aspect of
    • formed because certain beings do not take part in the
    • the lungs as the microcosm of the Earth (of this particular
    • understanding of the spiritual world imparted by the
    • structure. It is part of nature that the expedient and the
    • Certain creatures live, let us say, in sand of a particular
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour: Lecture I.
    • particular work of art, but that he always created from a
    • enclosed within some particular sphere of specialised
    • concerned. More particularly are we struck with this
    • himself and his own particular world of form?’ A study
    • some extent penetration is made into the particular
    • certain animals have feathers or skins of particular colours
    • into certain parts of his skin. During the ancient moon
    • cosmic soul, because colour is not only a part of form; the
    • colour you give to a particular form places this form into
    • as the creative element, as the upper part of the human head,
    • our building is not an essential part of this spiritual
    • inner driving force of the soul can become part of our very
    • the soul of nature and of the whole cosmos and we partake of



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