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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • conception of the whole may be formed.
    • position Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy claims in the whole development
    • humanity as a whole, has in a one-sided way grown up round our social
    • from itself thoughts, but of creating forms and permeating the whole
    • Then, however, we had to think the whole thought of the Building as
    • he has failed to understand the whole basic thought of what is in question
    • whole, must make evident in its own form that it is indispensable. The
    • with the whole and must be so understood.
    • really belong to the place where they are. Now in the whole of this
    • draw attention here to the fact that in the whole building the endeavour
    • whole building there is not anything to be
    • out in wood and wax. This model was the basis of the whole building.
    • if he understands the whole human structure, the formation of the head,
    • The whole Building has but one axis of symmetry and everything is arranged
    • whole form into your feeling, they will be to you,the expression of
    • all the weighty pressure of the whole Building, you will then feel this
    • will feel what the whole structure means. The attempt has here been
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • but that it is a part of the whole form, as if the organ had actually
    • which the whole Building is carried out.
    • pillar develops out of the form of the first pillar. The whole of it
    • wish to say with regard to this Building. If with the whole soul we
    • form which has been built into the whole, then we shall see that while
    • whole universe.
    • are found on the capitals and architraves, contains in itself the whole
    • be conceived of as the synthetic epitome of the whole Building. Just
    • organs is an organic repetition of the whole man. Only that everything
    • In the same way this Building must be grasped as a whole for the parts
    • do not exist alone but each must be considered as a part of the whole.
    • of the whole universe The Building itself may be likened to a bit of
    • the whole universe.
    • an expression of the whole.
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • in this way, and it must be admitted that the whole modern cosmic conception
    • that in this world each element represents a creative whole. If we have
    • the human soul as force of inspiration through the whole artistic structure
    • in the configuration of the small dome. You understand the whole figure
    • 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
    • it expressed in the whole gesture of the figure. That we are reminded
    • capable of grappling with life. This is the result of the whole training
    • in human life, but in the life of the whole world as well. We possess
    • for the purpose of thinking to penetrate our whole organism we should
    • in the paintings of the small dome, which in its whole configuration
    • this figure in the small dome — which, in its whole configuration,
    • in its whole nature, portrays the shining-in of the spiritual world
    • on the left as Ahrimanic, to show in the attitude, in the whole physiognomy,
    • appears in its whole outline growing out of the blue. You will see more
    • the whole effect lies in the colour composition, which, naturally, is
    • view, and you see that this heating-house is thought out as a whole,
    • the whole, as I yesterday, through the comparison with the nutshell,
    • be done, when one has to do with men who the whole day long are only

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