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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • structure forms, and to discover organic ones. Of course those people
    • this introducing the forms of architecture into organic forms. All these
    • of a living organism. No one will understand what I mean by this, unless
    • and allows himself to be carried into a really organic-artistic, a feeling
    • way of thinking. This does not imply that the form of an organic being
    • order to understand an organic being we must realise that a quite special
    • no suspicion. It may be said that in nature there are organic forms.
    • Structural forms are made, more or less modelled on some such organic
    • expression of the organic forms of nature. But nothing of that kind
    • an organism is a very different thing. For when a man really understands
    • a natural organism, he then possesses a kind of thinking which is able
    • to find organic structural forms quite independently of nature. But
    • of the organic. What then is the nature of the organic? Well, take as
    • an example the most complicated organism, man, and then take merely
    • so on. And this must be so in every single form in this organically
    • a hand is to the human organism.
    • those organic motives to which we have been referring. If you take the
    • you will find that they are always formed in accordance with the organic
    • organs of the blossom develop from the leaf. It is again a metamorphosis
    • out of another; although there has been no copying of what is organic.
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • organic body is felt to be in the place determined by an inner necessity
    • of the organism. You can see that everything that is included within
    • included in the Building itself is in organic union with its spiritual
    • the organ left (photographed as you see from the model) which will show
    • that also here the organ is built in full harmony with the rest of the
    • but that it is a part of the whole form, as if the organ had actually
    • it becomes apparent to you what is organic and growing and in this way
    • most perfect result in the development of the organic creation and that
    • a human organ — say the eye — we find that the human eye
    • eyes of certain lower organisms are much more complicated. They grow
    • organs like the sword appendix; the fan of lower organic beings which
    • In man these organs have
    • organic beings is developed physically. Just in the same way as (see
    • organism, or, if you like it better, the human larynx and its neighbouring
    • organs is an organic repetition of the whole man. Only that everything
    • is put together in its own place out of an inner organic necessity.
    • is linked in organic connection with the building and also that which
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • for the purpose of thinking to penetrate our whole organism we should
    • to life in the rest of our organism. That is, I may say briefly and
    • importance even for the study of human physical organism, if we discarded

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