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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • within it the seed of death. And the conceptions of the world which
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • evolved ever more a sort of philosophy of death, which is no longer
    • with the forces which in perceiving, alone understand death, recognise
    • of civilisation lead to death, are concerned with what is dead. And
    • into proximity with death. Thus Death had to be brought into proximity
    • the feeling of death, death which always accompanies the most important
    • soul to have a sort of Faust-figure above and below to have death, and
    • composition of Faust and Death, we have this flying child, which to
    • some extent represents the contrast to the feeling of Death. Thus a
    • Trinity is to be understood: Death, the Seeking Man and the young Child
    • as it were full consciousness of the significance of Death, not only
    • of death in our head. Were these forces which are active in our head
    • the tendency in our head to death is continually balanced by the tendency
    • time, thou owest to Death which penetrates more and more into the earth-life.
    • — the power of Death! — extends further and further and
    • in the case of the fifth post-Atlantean period of civilisation, Death
    • Child, this Figure of the 16th century, below Death, the remainder less
    • or presses him to death in barren materialism. This is what is expressed



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