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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • creations of art and of culture through the ages have many things to
    • Akasha Chronicle. Something reminiscent of their forms did indeed
    • will dawn upon us that in these very ancient temples, everything
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • something that is whole and perfect in itself; an infinitude is here
    • trying to express something that is never as separate and complete in
    • element; but there is something in all Gothic forms which seems to
    • stage of temple-architecture? These frontages tell us something very
    • now look for something in the visible world that is as whole and
    • respect of dynamic perfection you will find nothing except the Greek
    • something that is a perpetual riddle in the evolution of humanity, I
    • have to speak of something that certainly existed — and yet had
    • not been seen. But so it is ... In Nature, too, there is something
    • something that will be the completion of this striving. With the
    • will light upon something that seems to say to us: This
    • strike upon the walls they will find something to which they are so
    • Nothing that is already
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • there, said something in his Presidential Address which often comes
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • disconcert us, for it lies in the nature of things that
    • anything claiming to be new is placed before the world. We
    • very different form from anything that existed in the days
    • of all the genius that was at work, here was something that
    • that time — namely, the tendency to lead everything
    • was considered to be an outcome of the use to which things
    • of such a thing as ‘decoration’ — is the
    • there is, of course, something behind this. Vitruvius, the
    • enter more deeply into these things we realize that this is
    • feeling: ‘I have to carry something heavy; I bend my
    • when it was a question of taking hold of something or of
    • carrying something in the hand. They were conscious of a
    • in a procession round and inside the circle. Something
    • are to portray something of great significance, something
    • analogies on the Earth; they are to represent something that
    • point. It was this and nothing else, and when man sensed this
    • formed the procession. This was one thing that in olden times
    • presented these things.
    • in miniature anything that is worked out on a large scale,
    • the decoration something that is really the whole column. Now
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • they may create something that in the fairest sense may be a
    • everything personal, if the forms of this framework for our
    • — an education leading us above everything personal.
    • highest forces of soul, heart and mind to create something
    • have one thing in common. We may admire them from outside and
    • age. But something must be added to this — something
    • already spoken of many things in this connection. I have
    • want to add something to this. If we try to understand the
    • the horizontal structure resting upon it. When anything rises
    • The Temple hallows everything, even the trivial daily
    • ‘all-too-human,’ and hallows everything around
    • the emergence of something that had been prepared through the
    • architecture, to the need for something wherein the activity
    • this with artistic feeling we realise that here is something
    • nothing is mere wall. The forms grow out of the wall. That is
    • the essential thing. And when we pass around inside our
    • deal about the art of relief and has said some clever things.
    • lives. We want to make relief a living thing. Relief
    • living thing even as the earth brings forth her plants. This
    • Everything in the building will have an inner value. Every
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • it is a very good thing for us to try to grow more and more
    • ‘dwelling place of the God.’ Nothing need be in
    • if we try not to explain the thing in abstractions but to
    • will easily be able to pass on to other things that follow
    • feel that nothing of the rest of the world is there, only
    • sketch of something that will appear in a complicated form in
    • that is necessary is the most trivial thought that everything
    • sphere. Behind all this there is something much deeper and I
    • Everything is there in the astral body and if those who teach
    • thing here is that we do not add but subtract. We always get
    • This line has something mysterious about
    • something very remarkable indeed. When we really try to
    • get the circle. The circle is thus something very remarkable.
    • have within ourselves a duality: something that belongs to
    • everyday life and is readily perceptible, and something that
    • division. In the circle we have something that is a unity in
    • other things.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • going to place before you something that corresponds to a
    • are often nothing less than the beings who are sent forth by
    • when he directs his attention to these things. The Sun is
    • remarkable thing is that in the first moments of vision we
    • between them. What have I now drawn? Exactly the same thing
    • Moon, and you have something both highly suggestive and
    • myself what it really is,’ something is taking place in
    • These things
    • things more especially when we go back to what modern opinion
    • everything, even about mathematical principles. When one man
    • of ourselves, penetrating with the soul into something that
    • by way of the soul nature, something that in turn streams out
    • of the animals in one thing only. I can now do no more than
    • of things; there must first be the design, the drawing. This,
    • designs upon it he has an expression of something. If a
    • anything definite — at least according to Hildebrand.
    • contours express something definite, so does colour place
    • before us something quite definite, differentiated. To fathom
    • these things, however, will be the task of future Art —
    • world of sense. Nothing flowed into him from the spiritual
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • bring before the soul many things that impress us when we
    • better understanding if we start from something near at hand,
    • within. This, however, is really nothing but egotism. From
    • it necessary to express anything in definite forms? We really
    • highest sense something streamed from the soul of the public
    • only to draw his material, his substance, from something that
    • the idea was a living thing within their souls. Thus artistic
    • was immediately perceptible because it flowed from something
    • things. The soul is faced with purely individual problems or
    • riddles, and the significant thing is, that although people
    • understanding of these things. Man imagines that if he is
    • level, is practically the same thing as when man stretches
    • imagine, simply on account of their clothing, that they might
    • is a quality of aggression, something that comes towards us.
    • us, something after which we gaze with a certain wistfulness,
    • colour on a surface is simply that and nothing more; the
    • of this kind remaining there at rest. To picture such a thing
    • like a dead thing from one place to another. This is not so
    • something different on before it.
    • a play of colours as it were. Something actually happens when
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