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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • intention is to build a Temple which is also to be a place of
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • the dwelling place of the Divine-Spiritual; but the outer structure
    • self-contained, solitary majesty as the dwelling-place of the God.
    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • the dwelling-place and the expression of the God. And in the sense
    • other features, is a place set apart — and yet, at the same
    • of humanity, so must the place of the Mysteries of Spiritual Science
    • takes place. Again the upshot is that Diocletian still lives. The
    • Place of Skulls,’ passed through death. This is the
    • 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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    • anything claiming to be new is placed before the world. We
    • in the first place from the way in which substances were
    • place in the cosmos, man created certain forms, merely using
    • idea which it will be very difficult to displace. It is the
    • first place, of course, one feels in despair about an idea
    • will be placed in the interior of the building in these two
    • an architrave motif). At another place he will carve more
    • nose and put a different organ in the place where the nose
    • place these thoughts before you in order that you may not
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • express the fact it is a dwelling place of the God. To-day I
    • building, we place two beams together.
    • thereby creates a dwelling place for the God who has given
    • “dwelling-place of the God” nor the later Roman
    • conception is that of the dwelling-place of the God; it is
    • dwelling-place of the God. In every detail we see how man
    • expresses in the decorative forms of these dwelling- places
    • this sense. The place of the Greek within earthly existence
    • they had taken the world itself and only placed within it,
    • visible to outer senses, the Temple as the dwelling-place of
    • and placed upon the pillars. What is the origin of this whole
    • to fulfil our task. The Greek Temple was the dwelling place
    • right place. If, for instance, we were to make an indention
    • will shine more strongly through the thinner places in the
    • colours, through the places where the glass is thicker. The
    • Temple, the dwelling place of the God, and the later edifice,
    • places where it is right that they should be bare. The moment
    • walls are pierced by the windows; and at those places there
    • taken up the hill and placed in the positions where the walls
    • have been dwelling-places of the Gods, sanctuaries of the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • place I should like to remind you of what I said when we
    • ‘dwelling place of the God.’ Nothing need be in
    • place set apart and there be united with the spirit. The
    • now descended to mankind.’ Whereas the Greek placed the
    • places in the building.
    • the Earth -Will to flow into us and place ourselves in the
    • orientation, in that he had to place himself in line with the
    • place in childhood but as man passes through seven life
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • whereas in the building they have had to be placed one behind
    • going to place before you something that corresponds to a
    • the other. In the first place, therefore, clairvoyant
    • myself what it really is,’ something is taking place in
    • minds of men for decades. In sandy places hosts of these tiny
    • be replaced by true insight which may indeed seem grotesque
    • contours express something definite, so does colour place
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • colour you give to a particular form places this form into
    • like a dead thing from one place to another. This is not so
    • conception of what is striving to find its place within the

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