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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • position Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy claims in the whole development
    • the historical development of mankind. One of these, which has achieved
    • its greatest intellectual development in the last few centuries, can
    • the one stream of human development. And this still holds good up to
    • the present day in the modern development of this stream.
    • case the thought element, the intellectual, is principally developed.
    • been a great disadvantage in another sense to the development of modern
    • development of humanity. The very shape of the building impresses you
    • with the sense of something new making its way into the development
    • then develop the right understanding for it. I shall have to speak further
    • development of the other. For instance, look at the motive here, above
    • they develop out of that one over the principal Entrance in the same
    • organs of the blossom develop from the leaf. It is again a metamorphosis
    • of the same motive. We can only develop a living thought of the Building,
    • has been made to develop structural truth, architectural truth. That
    • developed into the organic, so that nowhere is the principle, merely
    • a living one, for the more highly evolved organism develops along a
    • (Zentralbauten) ones, will be developed, because a first beginning
    • develops into it, and that this arch could curve in any other direction
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • development in the configuration in the capitals of the columns as well
    • the way in which the motive of every pillar develops out of the one
    • we must look at the next picture (3) where the second pillar develops
    • in a developing metamorphosis, every succeeding form springing after
    • pillar develops itself out of the first — that is to say when
    • pillar develops out of the form of the first pillar. The whole of it
    • that which is to come after. Through the entire development here neither
    • and how the architrave motif becomes extremely complicated as it develops
    • of progressive change the next form will develop out of this one.
    • each other, and that the succeeding motive is developed from that which
    • grown out of the previous one. Follow the development further so that
    • Then you would get a development which is really modelled from nature
    • evolution develops its simplicity out of the complicated.
    • most perfect result in the development of the organic creation and that
    • one contemplates this simplicity which develops out of the complicated9one
    • organic beings is developed physically. Just in the same way as (see
    • to understand a certain inward power of development that we must learn
    • future of mankind. The old world beliefs were developed from imaginations.
    • future can develop out of that which today appears in the form of social
    • to become objective and to develop interest in the great objective universe,
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • from colour, can really only be at the very beginning of its development.
    • inherent forces will develop into a world of beings. I might say: as
    • the elemental beings which develop their forms of themselves out from
    • spiritual above, the physical below. In that which should develop in
    • that in which ourselves stand — in the 15th century, developing
    • period. During this period humanity has to develop the inner force of
    • of the inner soul-development is painted in the small dome. Of course
    • principle of Initiation, which also had developed out of the primeval
    • Persian period, continued its development in the Goethean period of
    • is to be gained for the further development of humanity from that which

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