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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • debris have survived. This could be pointed out in every detail, down
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • the point clear to you, very briefly, by means of an example.
    • age. And whatever may be said against these things from the point of
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • artistic back to external technique. The standpoint had
    • point is that in the course of the modern age the inner
    • point. So that man felt the state of being bound to the earth
    • point. It was this and nothing else, and when man sensed this
    • downwards to a point.
    • forms runs upwards to a point from a wider base. This was
    • forces; bud-forms running upwards to a point, the earth
    • investigation. At one point I discovered a curious point of
    • should have had no such surfaces as these (pointing to an
    • Suppose anyone is carving the column just here (pointing to
    • itself, sufficient unto itself. And again from this point of
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • the element of weight and support, following it to the point
    • merely take the standpoint of an observer or spectator: for
    • Spirit, a building which points out the way to the Spirit.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • is equidistant from the central point. As soon as we picture
    • to ourselves points standing at an equal distance from this
    • circle is related to one point, the ellipse is related to two.
    • The lines between any point of the ellipse and the two
    • You can add the distances of each point from
    • You feel pleased. Now you go to another point and carry out
    • Again we can draw lines to these two points. The strange
    • multiply. Here again we have two points. Multiplying the one
    • astral body to determine two points — and also other
    • points if it takes the larger line — and to divide the
    • diagram). All the points are so that their distances from two
    • points are the same in the division.
    • circle can also be understood by taking two points and
    • of all forms or that the product of division from two points
    • simplest of all entities, where all points are equidistant
    • worlds. We are standing at a definite point in the evolution
    • spiritual life — at a point where the Spirit speaks
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • detail from this point of view would lead us very far,
    • understandable one from the point of view of external
    • the heavenly bodies. That, however is not the point at issue.
    • and pour through the Moon. Up to this point we are perceiving
    • point of view which convinces him that the forms and laws of
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • to the point of understanding the real significance of
    • often deplored — for from one point of view this
    • and I will therefore speak of one small point in the numerous
    • the point of view of this obscure psychic hotch-potch people
    • points if we are to be able at least to give the right
    • contemplators of the world, each from a certain point of view
    • understood even among ourselves. The unshakable standpoint

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