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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • many Egyptian temples in that we have to think of the Greek Temple as
    • climax are graphically told. And now, think of it: We take the book
    • of these things. Thinking of the human being in all his majesty, I
    • understood in the world. I hardly think any other words are needed in
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • Corinthian column. Let us think for a moment of the form of
    • If you think of
    • and then he began to think how he could portray it. The best
    • forces, they began to think that the ancients simply imitated
    • lines into a decoration. If you think of the lines in
    • becomes complete. And now think of this weight bearing in the
    • and vice-versa. If you now think of an elaboration
    • that people think our forms here are grotesque we shall be
    • get a deeper understanding. One can only think afterwards
    • this anecdote briefly; he does not think it worth while to go
    • different sized spaces, we may with advantage think of the
    • the interior decoration. Think for a moment of a word, in all
    • not think of it as something that is merely there for the eye
    • certainly be misunderstood if people continue to think that
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • think it is healthy and good that all our work should be
    • co-operate in work like this. And when we think of the
    • thinking of what our feeling should be as we enter. How often
    • Think for a
    • think them beautiful inside, but they do not make us feel, as
    • Let us think of
    • Think of a Greek Temple. Although there are many columns, the whole
    • He tells us to think of two panes of glass standing parallel
    • when one thinks of the background as a pane of glass and that
    • must be that of the Gods. Think for a moment of the life of
    • here (see diagram) and think of a kind of roofing over it,
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • when the construction of our building is proceeding I think
    • complicated, the hyperbola still more so, for I do not think
    • ). But now think — this form ( &#8734 ) disappears
    • world can be expressed. Nobody who begins to think out all
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • only think of the heart in man as the microcosm of the Sun,
    • This, I think,
    • one-sided conceptions. People have been led to think somewhat
    • hint at it. Think, by way of comparison, of certain animals
    • think now of a flowing sea of colour and light. All animals
    • think a great deal about art. Take, for instance, Hildebrand,
    • however, is not correct. Hildebrand thinks that when he has a
    • these things. Try to think why it is that peoples from
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • think it superfluous for a spiritual current to be expressed
    • only be a primitive beginning. Such people think themselves
    • where they may be. Why, then — so they think—is
    • but the cold one that exists nowadays. Think of someone in a
    • thinking is concerned. The endeavour to build a bridge
    • to our age, although here and there people think they
    • way as he sees the horse. What is more natural than to think
    • People may rail against this; they may think that it ought
    • not think of asking about the ‘meaning’ of the
    • think that the whole movement should be done away with.
    • even though it be not before the time Herman Grimm thinks
    • these words may be, they justify us in thinking of the



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