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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • and in a certain sense it is an illusion to believe that in the
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • In a certain sense our
    • of man helps us to realise the sense in which such a temple was an
    • the dwelling-place and the expression of the God. And in the sense
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • in the world of sense. In other words: The spirit that is received
    • world of sense if it is to be expressed in Art. No epoch except our
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • “found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • our contemporaries. But what of our artistic sense? I do not know
    • that in a sense it takes away from us practically all the living
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • sense of responsibility, for the goal at which we must aim is
    • realise, as a compensation for our sense of responsibility,
    • of the so-called acanthus leaf — showing the sense in
    • the basket hypothesis — in a symbolical sense of course
    • own postures. This was the sense in which they made movements
    • sense of carrying, of weight, where it was necessary to
    • other senses: — he can go beyond it when he enters into
    • only to be thought of in the sense of force) it runs to a
    • point. It was this and nothing else, and when man sensed this
    • Man sensed this cosmic power: earth-sun,
    • truest sense. Later on man no longer realised that he must
    • just the same sense. We could no more use only one kind of
    • from the outer sense-world, and try to find an environment
    • lightly or deeper down into the wood. It would be nonsense to
    • organism. It would be nonsense to say: I want to change the
    • were different. Just as nobody in his senses would wish to
    • sense- veil of natural and human existence and expressing in
    • forms things that lie behind the realm of sense perception
    • absolutely natural and necessary, in a spiritual sense, for
    • external sense, but true artistic feeling will always be
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • cause of Anthroposophy call for a sense of great
    • they may create something that in the fairest sense may be a
    • This again is, in a certain sense, the satisfying element in
    • sense. The reason for this is that these other buildings are
    • different sense. It is probable that our building will not be
    • grows more individual, a strong sense of Ego, of
    • this sense. The place of the Greek within earthly existence
    • visible to outer senses, the Temple as the dwelling-place of
    • element of soul in the universe. There would be no sense in
    • feeling inwardly vibrant with the sense of the holiness of
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • the Greek Temple, I said that in a certain sense it formed a
    • senses the feeling of Ego-hood, Selfhood, arising in his
    • vehicle that bears us onwards. In a spiritual sense we shall
    • but in the inner sense there is really one line, and when we
    • form expresses — not in any symbolical sense but in its
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • being, contains the mysteries of the cosmos and senses them
    • his astral body. This he may express by saying that he senses
    • the Goethean sense are ‘a manifestation of higher laws
    • will show you that in the sense of true, genuine art, the
    • taste’ is wholly incorrect in its ordinary sense.
    • sense. Our life, therefore, is bound up with the life of the
    • spiritual sense, so that blue, for instance, becomes
    • perceive in the aesthetic sense, to establish standards of
    • and in what sense? To understand this we will consider the
    • world of sense. Nothing flowed into him from the spiritual
    • imitate an object in the external sense. All that lived and
    • upright hearts and in the real sense — if our labours
    • In this sense,
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • In a certain sense all human beings are
    • highest sense something streamed from the soul of the public
    • living in the group-soul of the animal. It is nonsense to
    • This, however, is absolute nonsense. Without a certain
    • the modern mind this of course sounds the purest nonsense
    • colour. Then, when we are confronted with red we have a sense
    • possessed of a delicate sense for colour would silently
    • feel the need to vary the movement in any sense. He may be a
    • eddying vortex of attacks and longings, the sense of flight
    • our forms in a purely artistic sense, without symbolism or
    • is the sense in which we must look at all that lives in forms
    • movement made by the modern age, it is nonsense to say that
    • nonsense which has not the remotest connection with us, and
    • however, to realise what kind of sense for truth underlies
    • with a certain sense of pain, because the more our will and
    • merely there in a spiritual sense the world could see

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