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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • leaf, working it out plastically and adding it to the
    • out plastically and then added to the Corinthian column. Now
    • form of a plastic figure and you have the human force bent
    • serves as a decoration, you have plastically introduced in
    • was worked out plastically — I can illustrate this to
    • column (and therefore flat) was worked out plastically
    • is worked out plastically.
    • Corinthian plastic palmette. If I did not paint the palmette
    • leaf arises when the palmette is worked out plastically; it
    • but to work it out plastically. People then began to call
    • that was worked out plastically instead of being merely
    • decoration is the plastic vesture for the Spiritual Science
    • that everyone will be struck by the plastic forms on the
    • absurdity of giving plastic form to a motif that has been
    • necessity to give it plastic form. That which is to be given
    • plastic form must from the very beginning be there in itself
    • and only conceived of plastically. No true sculptor will say
    • that Rodin's productions are an expression of true plastic
    • art. Rodin models non-plastic motifs very well, in an
    • prompted to ask if it amounts to anything, for true plastic
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • building we shall find one plastic form, a continuous relief

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