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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • days, must utter no single word and appear to be a simpleton. But
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • instance, is much more simple than that of many of the lower
    • the simple; it often happens that the most intricate
    • of evolution from the complex to the simple, developed the
    • concerned, naturalism has arisen out of a very simple
    • have arisen from something less simple. The artist, when he
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • relation with the outer world. The simple circle makes us
    • further. Let us picture to ourselves a less simple variation
    • find the quality of movement. I have here made a simple
    • the circle or sphere. Why is this? It is because the simple
    • It is an absolutely simple matter to recognise a circle. All
    • the circle is the simplest of all entities. This is also in
    • being, from the simplest cell to the complex human being, is
    • the simplest of all impressions, just like the circle or
    • is so simple in the case of the circle that there is no need
    • it. The circle is a simple entity, the ellipse already more
    • simple entity but it is, nevertheless, full of mystery. The
    • It is the simplest of all entities and yet it is the product
    • man: the ordinary self is the simple entity and the higher
    • The circle is the same whether we say that it is the simplest
    • simplest of all entities, where all points are equidistant



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