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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • Published in German as,
    • if brought to the consciousness of our contemporaries in the right manner,
    • of mankind. The life of modern humanity has become simply intellectual;
    • it has become so because for centuries modern humanity has hardly received
    • of note in human culture there have always been two streams flowing
    • the historical development of mankind. One of these, which has achieved
    • tenets connected with this was the command: “Thou shalt not make
    • the one stream of human development. And this still holds good up to
    • Many schools of thought
    • and of philosophy, many different sciences and popular conceptions of
    • of life in course of formation. modern humanity has not much living
    • humanity. This disadvantage itself is the sign of decadence of recent
    • of humanity there is something of the Jehovah-striving of the Old Testament,
    • as such, has not fully entered the hearts of modern humanity. And so
    • humanity as a whole, has in a one-sided way grown up round our social
    • life. But man as man, 0r man as a community, can never be understood
    • What man is, that in him
    • the real nature of man than does modern science, which does not even
    • possess the means of giving man an explanation as to himself. People
    • are afraid of the inpouring of the spiritual, which can only manifest
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • Published in German as,
    • in itself which has to be introduced into the present evolution of humanity;
    • humanity. The outward forms point to this something that is new in the
    • in an artistic manner out of its own nature that when the most complicated
    • has to appear again in its most simple manifestations
    • merely intellectually, then it is easy to believe that humanity is the
    • a human organ — say the eye — we find that the human eye
    • In man these organs have
    • apparently entirely disappeared and the human eye has returned to a
    • what is seen outwardly, that is actually to in nature. Man has no appendix
    • dotted line, so the human eye in its simplicity, in its physical; simplicity
    • of forms demands, we grow into the creative principle of nature herself.
    • future of mankind. The old world beliefs were developed from imaginations.
    • images man sought to understand the forces which work in human life.
    • that in the beginning the sectarian feelings of a great many people
    • the task-of humanity is really something quite different from a mystical
    • see how when man comes to this perfection he comes outwardly to the
    • and creative Art other harmonies now manifest themselves that have not
    • group of the Representative of Humanity with Ahriman and Lucifer in
    • of the sculptural group showing the Representative of Humanity, Lucifer
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • Published in German as,
    • we see the growing man in embryo in the little child, so can we see
    • colour, as a rule, establishes only a relationship between man and colour
    • out into the space in which the colour is manifesting, to follow the
    • the spirit, out of itself creating form. The psychic finds its manifestation,
    • the human soul as force of inspiration through the whole artistic structure
    • ego-being of man was not grasped. In the universal spiritual evolution
    • of humanity no image of the ego had been evolved. For, when man said
    • produces in the seeking man. You see it brought to expression especially
    • of Faust is what one might say — purely arbitrary. It is the man
    • which humanity had to pass through at the beginning of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • period. During this period humanity has to develop the inner force of
    • freedom. self-consciousness. Humanity can only do this by breaking adrift
    • seeking of these principles an incentive to what makes man free but
    • Hero you see the seeking man, who to-day is under the impress, under
    • Trinity is to be understood: Death, the Seeking Man and the young Child
    • in human life, but in the life of the whole world as well. We possess
    • What really must enter into the earth-life of humanity will only enter
    • engenders the vital longing of the newer future humanity for the compensating
    • into humanity during the fourth post-Atlantean period, as it was to
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