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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • Here are three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in January of 1920
    • between the lectures now being given, I should like to-day to bring
    • give you a little of what I have already expounded here in other connections,
    • to be given forth at Dornach and that which encloses its activities.
    • to give you a conception of the idea one receives in approaching the
    • on, will be given. These two spaces will be divided by the curtain.
    • in this Goetheanum Building, he will find something which will give
    • firmness, security and strength to his life, which will give him something
    • made to give over to the organic the work that is generally done by
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • Here are three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in January of 1920
    • have given a false meaning to that which this building is meant to express,
    • this Building gives the impression from the outside, “here within
    • gives you the portal of our glass house underneath. You can observe
    • the material. The conception of building must give expression to the
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • Here are three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in January of 1920
    • in the arrangement of the Building, which strives to give an understanding
    • (the Graeco-Latin) period of civilisation. A sort of form is given here
    • you must give up asking inartistic questions. When an artist paints
    • of the proportions of the space they are given in double form.
    • myself, I only give this out as a fact, but do not require from anyone
    • 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
    • I have tried to give you
    • give this exhibition for those friends who are willing to bring before
    • in life, and that it should have no counsel to give in the present-day
    • would be forgiven it; Spiritual Science will be attacked just when it
    • on to the Introduction I have given you of the Building.



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