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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Art and Architecture that Reveal the Underlying Wholeness of Creation
    • or Art and Architecture that Reveal the Underlying Wholeness of Creation,
    • of mankind as a whole. And unless this demand is fulfilled, the aim
    • as a whole — only then will achievement be within our reach ...
    • dynamic power, of inner forces weaving in the forms, it is whole and
    • something that is whole and perfect in itself; an infinitude is here
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • indicate what this prototype is, and throw light upon the whole
    • whole bearing and appearance. When the soul truly permeates the body,
    • now look for something in the visible world that is as whole and
    • before us as a self-contained whole, a self-grounded, independent
    • once whole and perfect in itself, strove in the Church of Christendom
    • interior, with its language of colours and forms, in its whole living
    • unless it is born from the whole Spirit of an epoch in human
    • The whole tale and its
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • of the whole structure, for no conception of that is possible
    • so that I was able to live, as it were, in the whole
    • well-nigh drove one to despair in the whole atmosphere of the
    • and adapts himself to a larger whole. Even in this case of a
    • larger whole, when a man no longer merely lets himself go as
    • organism of the whole universe.
    • into a whole, but a harmonious, ordered joining together.
    • his connection with the universe as a whole. Now all
    • the decoration something that is really the whole column. Now
    • the lungs. The whole folly of naturalistic imitation in the
    • important factor in the whole anecdote, which is that what
    • more than mention a few details in these matters. The whole
    • to exist within and in accordance with the whole living
    • whole building would have to be different, for the whole is
    • that harmonises with its own nature. The whole building is
    • whole realm of art. So far as the artist himself is
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • living member in the whole organism of our building.
    • this gift an organic part of the whole cosmos when we find
    • complete in itself even if nobody is within it, for its whole
    • connected with the Group-Soul of the whole of humanity. Then
    • whole territory, whereas the walls of the Christian Church
    • whole countryside: the God is dwelling within it.’ In
    • within walls. The whole world was felt by the Greeks and
    • and placed upon the pillars. What is the origin of this whole
    • merely wall, but when it grows out of the whole. The wall is
    • Think of a Greek Temple. Although there are many columns, the whole
    • glass on which the whole figure is projected. As against this
    • the whole form expresses the fact that this building must be
    • glass windows; but the whole interior will strive to be an
    • possible for man to speak, and in the same way the whole of
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • unity with the whole countryside — the whole
    • grasp it with the whole of our feeling and soul —
    • feeling that the whole structure is proceeding from the West
    • is new in the whole conception, and the basic form must of
    • we only grasp when we go out to the whole universe,
    • everyday and the other is connected with the whole cosmos. We
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • — when we observe the whole course of these periods of
    • spiritually, the whole universe seems to be pervaded
    • by their foes. The whole conception is based upon a chain of
    • body and permeate the whole being. It is just as if you were
    • whole being. It takes on the colour, saturates itself with
    • and permeates the the whole being enters into the astral
    • is somewhat radically expressed, but the whole colour scale
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • is connected with the whole relationship existing between the
    • hand, an impression is made in the whole animal organism by
    • surrender the whole soul to what speaks to us from out of
    • it deeply symptomatic of the whole nature of the present age
    • the whole concatenation of its environment and indeed into
    • the whole universe. In colouring a form we should feel:
    • inertia. Unless man enters with his whole being into the
    • think that the whole movement should be done away with.
    • the soul of nature and of the whole cosmos and we partake of
    • that is the unity of the whole nature of man — the

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