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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • forwards a few things about our building, so that our friends may find
    • styles of architecture; just as when they wish to make anything artistic
    • world, but to something which has been substituted in its place. What
    • actually brought this state of things about? You see, in everything
    • things have gone so far that, on the one hand those who wished to create
    • of humanity there is something of the Jehovah-striving of the Old Testament,
    • the law to which such things are subject, is aware that even the Fairy
    • feeling that something will reveal itself here, something new in the
    • with the sense of something new making its way into the development
    • the observer, as he draws near, that something is enclosed herein, something
    • about these things, but this evening we will begin by making a survey
    • and intellectual, from everything merely mechanical and mathematical,
    • attention to something of which most people in the present day have
    • 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
    • Nothing here has been copied
    • remind one of anything — and what is there that people have not
    • only proves that he is judging of each thing on its own merit, especially;
    • building there is not a single thing that is mere symbol. At the time
    • whole building there is not anything to be
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • might be described something in this way. When one approaches the Building
    • something that has a new element to be brought into the evolution of
    • humanity. The outward forms point to this something that is new in the
    • the chief thing about this Building is that everything is felt to be
    • of the organism. You can see that everything that is included within
    • walls in which something arbitrary here and there is placed. No, everything
    • essential thing is the relation of the second pillar to the first and
    • the first to the second pillar. The essential thing is the change from
    • see as we continue that things become more and more complicated. That
    • be seen in their relation to all the rest. That is the essential thing
    • to one thing. Just now when we have passed the middle point and we look
    • and indeed in the world. You have then to model things after the pattern
    • of what evolution really is. The marvellous and significant thing is
    • of evolution you feel yourself forced onward to mould not something
    • apparently more complicated but something like this (see drawing 4th
    • really is in nature. You see how we are led in this way to something
    • with the imagination of the artist. This is the thing that you must
    • appear new and young make nothing but sentimental and vogue claims.
    • Nothing fruitful for the
    • ideas. Anything fruitful for the future must be born out of an imaginative
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • of view is actually felt — even then of course everything is only
    • a right sense for the world of colour we find something truly world-creative
    • one had to defend oneself against something, and so on with the other
    • world must be something more than a mere intellectual idealistic set
    • out for something else, as not really giving expression to that which
    • or I or Ego. In the whole Building you find nothing anywhere expressed
    • my expression Faust-figure. The main thing is that in the whole composition
    • into your hearts, into your souls. To have experienced, signifies something
    • a form on the wall, there is nothing in his soul that,can meet such
    • they simply appear in space as forms in a vision. He perceives nothing
    • who perceives colour as something actually living cannot experience
    • the artist will turn away from everything naturalistic, from all copying,
    • in this rough way of colourless pictures things which have really only
    • and everything depends on the understanding of the fact that the initiation
    • an attempt has been made to bring everything out of the colour.
    • you always to consider concerning these things; not to start out from
    • things may be, he who studies them will find that the secrets, the mysteries
    • which I have given you to-day, you expect nothing symbolic, nothing
    • desire to see the thing, that the particular blue-grey glistening of
    • whom the Goetheanum in Dornach is perhaps nothing but a name they have
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