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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • judgment which future times will pass upon us. In the present cycle
    • presented to us. In the interior, as well as information on manifold
    • as great in every respect as that presented by the Egyptian Temple.
    • that may be present and yet not be seen. The comparison is not
    • dreadful thought for the artist who is present, somewhere, in all of
    • are presented to us in many different forms. As I once said, we have
    • of the Emperor who has no consciousness of the Divine, represents the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • yet — will realise that this building represents many
    • to be authoritative at the present time. There is now little
    • who adhere to the direction and tendency of the present age.
    • the buildings which have given that city its present stamp,
    • represents the joining together of a number of human beings
    • be presented to man.
    • analogies on the Earth; they are to represent something that
    • cosmos. In those times it was a question of representing the
    • was presented in circling procession. The people sat around
    • Some of them carried emblems representing man's connection
    • were alternated with palms. Palms represented' the sun
    • of nature. The artistic representation of the elements of
    • was presented to the spectators in those ancient times, when
    • presented these things.
    • alternation of Sun-motif, Earth-motif, presented itself to
    • decorative representation of a very ancient motif, is united
    • later decorative motif. Here it was not a motif representing
    • see clairvoyantly what is actually present in the etheric
    • who has followed our work right up to the present. Suppose I
    • represent a human figure. It was so distorted .... I will
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • indefinable feeling — a presentiment that a mighty task
    • be communicated to humanity by other means. In the present
    • “I” arises within him, and Christendom represents
    • elsewhere in the physical world, represent an onward flowing
    • culmination in the East. But the forms are no more present in
    • the outer physical world than melodies are present there.
    • indicate how our glass windows are to represent the union of
    • coloured glass will represent the channels by which the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • present, are placing a true expression of the Spirit in the
    • has a message for man of the present day will arise. But all
    • in the head, representing the result of the fight between the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • although it could be done. In the present materialistic
    • diagram represents, here the Sun, here the Earth and here the
    • that is to say, with what they represent
    • representing the interplay between the forces of Sun, Moon
    • Moon must now be drawn differently. I am representing the
    • unnatural that in a building which belongs to the present and
    • of the present day answers: ‘We are no longer as stupid
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • Goethe. And, indeed, when one observes the present age, one
    • spiritual movement at the present time.
    • expect it from very few people at the present time —
    • as man beholds it. At the present time there is no
    • — so far is the present age removed from truth!
    • present age is removed from any such living understanding of
    • it deeply symptomatic of the whole nature of the present age
    • — a unity that was present in Goethe as the result of a
    • present age; and of course we know that it is everywhere
    • not meant to be an attack on the present age. I speak them



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