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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • By this means great progress can be made along the lines followed in
    • ascend to the auditorium belongs to the substructure of the Building.
    • really belong to the place where they are. Now in the whole of this
    • a living one, for the more highly evolved organism develops along a
    • has been made to follow the principle of organic growth along an axis.
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • once more how the effect has been made in everything which belongs to
    • so long as the kernel has a determinate form which is the effect of
    • of this nut. To the “nut” itself belongs the smoke which
    • energetic stand for the essential. We shall not succeed for a long time
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • as such. To see blue means to feel an intense desire, longing, to go
    • of these lantern slides, this will be a longing that will then arise
    • belongs to what follows on here on your left. The composition is of
    • evolved ever more a sort of philosophy of death, which is no longer
    • engenders the vital longing of the newer future humanity for the compensating
    • spirit, for a youth who is already Jupiter, which is no longer earth-youth,
    • the Being which inspires is no longer to be conceived of in human likeness.
    • In our attempt to show form we come to figures which are no longer human-like
    • temperament of man but are no longer human as such.
    • along the road of feeling, perception and will, he will discover the
    • Even along physiological,
    • man will no longer live on the earth, then man will wear his true countenance,
    • according to Anthroposophy was very pleasant, as long as it was Spiritual
    • Science ,as long as it did not bother itself with outride things, as
    • be done, when one has to do with men who the whole day long are only



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