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- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
- a certain intellectual thinking, an intellectual feeling concerning
- Then, however, we had to think the whole thought of the Building as
- way of thinking. This does not imply that the form of an organic being
- quite originally and elementally, out of the intuitive thinking.
- a natural organism, he then possesses a kind of thinking which is able
- the lobe of his ear; if you have the right intuitive thinking and feeling,
- on the one hand it is an instrument for thinking and on the other hand
- arches which can only be understood by organic structural thinking.
- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
- and where possible avoid thinking, which is so very exhausting, when
- or planning architecture or anything of the kind, and we think we will
- rest a little when we are enjoying Art; we think we can sleep a little.
- in the right way. Those who think that they can counter with arguments
- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
- thinking, especially in the art of painting must make itself felt. This
- of ideas. It must be an intuitive perception. We must be able to think
- in colours, in forms, just as we think in ideas and thoughts. We must
- in him who has artistic perception. Hence I do not think it quite superfluous
- indeed our powers of thinking because we continually bear the forces
- for the purpose of thinking to penetrate our whole organism we should
- the very few have wished actually to think over and appreciate what
- No one can think socially
- social result. It is heartlessness. For how terrible it is to think
- the great interests of humanity. But how many people think like this?
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