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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • between the lectures now being given, I should like to-day to bring
    • the age. So to-day, when I have said, I wish to provide a foundation
    • before the world to-day, had at any time required a building of their
    • the present day in the modern development of this stream.
    • day conception of the world. Our modern age is not concerned with creating
    • attention to something of which most people in the present day have
    • is actually very little understood in the world to-day. You can here
    • lies, whereas in the present-day conception of architecture there is
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • Yesterday we considered
    • the Building from the outside, from different aspects. To-day we will
    • Yesterday I told you that
    • originally came from the old pictures is to-day in a process of transformation
    • and has to-day changed into intellectual conceptions; and intellectual
    • future can develop out of that which today appears in the form of social
    • that which transcends everyday consciousness — what I may call
    • We must overcome all that pertains to day-dreaming, we must overcome
    • dear friends, stands the everyday consciousness. For example while a
    • time, to-day anyone who turned to this same consciousness which John
    • world order. For the task of to-day is to get further, to awaken, not
    • sinking from every-day consciousness into dreams we cannot sufficiently
    • strive to climb out of the everyday consciousness to the more clear,
    • to-day when they are confronted with Art tend to become a little dreamy
    • we are following our everyday concerns, cooking or tending machines
    • in everyday conditions. In ordinary life we sleep a great deal to-day,
    • impossible for us to succeed to-day with these conceptions with which
    • of morality in the world to-day, but it is necessary that we should
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • Passing on to-day to the
    • he who to-day is not himself dead, as most learned men are in soul,
    • he who to-day is not himself dead as regards his seeking, finds in the
    • Hero you see the seeking man, who to-day is under the impress, under
    • we had to picture not a Russian of to-day: but that which is to be seen
    • to a certain extent in every Russian to-day. every such Russian has
    • which is to be felt in this form. The Christ may to-day discovered purely
    • be said: he who to-day understands and smypathises with that which man
    • historical documents, the Christ he has discovered. We cannot to-day
    • which I have given you to-day, you expect nothing symbolic, nothing
    • with the information I have given you to-day, seek to feel that which
    • show the other view of the heating-house. Yesterday I showed the front
    • the whole, as I yesterday, through the comparison with the nutshell,
    • to-day what we have up to the present in pictures. I should like to
    • with this slate. You will find, if you strike a favourable day, and
    • day, he will really indeed find within himself the necessary stimulus
    • many to-day who see how strongly the forces of human historical forms,
    • to-day without taking up the impulses which come to us from this knowledge
    • when we hear that there are to-day men who say: Oh Spiritual Science
    • in life, and that it should have no counsel to give in the present-day
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