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- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
- By this means great progress can be made along the lines followed in
- In every line and surface you can see that they all proceed from the
- constructed that their lines follow the distribution of weight of the
- On the line dividing the two will be the speaking-desk, on both sides
- of this dividing line are the two side-alleys, for the use of those
- only feeling one has. But here in every surface and line should he expressed
- in this line, but also in regard to the social question.
- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
- notice how certain lines which wind themselves about this Mercury motifs
- you might be inclined to say that this is more simple than the previous
- is a simple roughly drawn line” (referring to the first one) “but
- a mysteriously complicated element (see the red line). So that the later
- has the feeling that this. line has to be completed in thought (dotted
- line). Simplicity is created from concealed complexity. Simplicity is
- drawing) I had to add, the dotted line here, just as I had to build
- dotted line, so the human eye in its simplicity, in its physical; simplicity
- of the steps, how, in every case each individual line in its own place
- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
- appears in its whole outline growing out of the blue. You will see more
- he is often represented to be in superficial science. an inclines continually
- bring him away, from the middle.path always inclines either to the one
- exact opposite. In every shape, in every line you will see the exact
- biological lines if we rightly conceive of man in his physical form
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