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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Heavens to the Earth and work in the aspiring souls of men. And in
    • Works of Art as Records of the Evolution of Humanity.”
    • creation of ancient works of art, was made easier than it is for us
    • were working through the hands, the heads and the hearts of men.
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • such works of culture and of art as. we have received from the past,
    • spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
    • work fruitful — for what we have to create must be basically,
    • soul. The human body is then revealed to us as a work of artistic
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • work of art of the future.
    • our work, I have come across artists in many different domains who
    • works of art and the impulses out of which they were created. It is
    • works of art, too, in the light of Spiritual Science, to explain the
    • that I feel to be a living work of art, or at least a fertile
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • or a work he loves, being analysed and ‘explained.’ That
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
    • has been substituted for the work of art in all its living reality —
    • The greatest work of
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • of all the genius that was at work, here was something that
    • leaf, working it out plastically and adding it to the
    • the Acanthus Spinoza. This was supposed to have been worked
    • basket-work, and as a kind of token of it we have the
    • working of forces, he said to himself: ‘I feel myself
    • works in upon the earth and man expressed this by portraying
    • in miniature anything that is worked out on a large scale,
    • was worked out plastically — I can illustrate this to
    • column (and therefore flat) was worked out plastically
    • is worked out plastically.
    • leaf arises when the palmette is worked out plastically; it
    • but to work it out plastically. People then began to call
    • that was worked out plastically instead of being merely
    • forces working and moving in man. Rigl remonstrates with the
    • least was satisfied from the very outset that we should work
    • beginning we had worked with the graver's chisel for then
    • idea of the workings of form but what he lacks is the inner
    • interior. This shows how little our work has been understood.
    • Spirits who work in nature, create according to these forces;
    • make the windows, for he was so well qualified for the work.
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  • 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
    • building to our friend Rychter and his workers, in order that
    • co-operate in work like this. And when we think of the
    • everything personal, if the forms of this framework for our
    • workers may well derive strength from the comforting feeling
    • any personal element. As we set about our work, and permeate
    • led here!’ Do we really deserve so sacred a framework
    • — a framework we ourselves have helped to create
    • it; if the ideas underlying such works of art find followers
    • these works of art and who have learnt to understand their
    • not yet — the longing will develop to work so intensely
    • stands or is enthroned as Lord and participates in the work
    • the Temple. Man feels himself united with the God as he works
    • we see him sowing his fields and working at his industrial
    • carrying out my pursuits and working on the land but all the
    • with my flocks, carrying out my occupations, doing my work on
    • Christendom, man says: ‘I must leave my work and repair
    • is working. In the Greek Temple it is as though he frees
    • with the pure working of the force of gravity; in the Gothic
    • art of the hand-workers flows into the forms, and in studying
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • opened the house dedicated to the work of constructing the
    • carrying on his work he was not merely alone with the earth
    • their individual work, and this is expressed in the forms of
    • Gothic architecture. We feel as if the work performed in the
    • we are working from out of the future in our building, the
    • only work according to the laws of mechanics and dynamics; it
    • and walks? The forces that work from the Earth out
    • opposition to the Earth-Will there is a will that works in
    • position, forces (from the cosmos) are working in from all
    • acquiring them. In those times man worked in himself against
    • the outer will-forces somewhat in the way a locomotive works
    • man builds up two lines of force and works against the forces
    • to the past in order to work his way through to the
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • the East, all that works upon us from left and right is a
    • only so, but they send forth their workings. Higher beings
    • in human evolution and to realise that true works of art in
    • but as feeling, we must gradually be able to work our way to
    • sculpture and all that this work of art may contain. Much
    • to be of a negroid black. The birds have been worked upon by
    • of colour and this only works in his astral body. Otherwise
    • work., Our astral body none the less is immersed in the
    • consciousness. Man gradually worked his way upwards through
    • the pulsating beat of his heart he bore the sun workings
    • revealed each day that passes, will work in such a way
    • the World-Spirit working in human evolution, of Whom we try
    • the knowledge that we allow the work of our hands and souls
    • then, let us continue our work.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • thoughts which should permeate the work before us. If we
    • particular work of art, but that he always created from a
    • our buildings a form that we consider suitable to our work.
    • describe his work — neither am I going to give you a
    • general culture of the age. In any work of the scientific
    • for the artist but for the contemplator of the works of art,
    • of soul which feels the working of the very substance of
    • a desire. The living creative effects of the environment work
    • scenes in nature like that of a rosy dawn worked upon man as
    • be the very opposite way of going to work) we really discover
    • a work of the human soul in isolation. This of course may
    • sets to work to fight against that. There are even people who



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