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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • the outer world, so that those who have not at present an opportunity
    • for that which others will carry forth into the world, I will once more
    • conception of the world. The Building was able to grow forth from this
    • before the world to-day, had at any time required a building of their
    • merely external relation between the conception of the world which is
    • had to proceed from the impulses of this world-conception itself. If
    • world, but to something which has been substituted in its place. What
    • world. We must never lose sight of the fact that one of the essential
    • the world have been built up, but none of these have, of themselves,
    • day conception of the world. Our modern age is not concerned with creating
    • entrances into the world of the spirit; it may be entered in the intellectual
    • is quite reasonable to stand in some sort of fear of the modern world-conception,
    • again filled with a conception of the world not only capable of forming
    • of the world at the present time and more especially what it must do
    • is characteristic of the conception of the world which is studied here,
    • a few words the special characteristic of this conception of the world,
    • stands as the representative of a new world-conception.
    • purely intellectual ideas of the world. We must be able to view the
    • world in forms, without beginning to symbolise. We then shall be able
    • and that what is really creative in a conception of the world has been
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • a way is cut off from the rest of the world, and containing an idea
    • the other that the laws of world order are to be found, and ordain the
    • and indeed in the world. You have then to model things after the pattern
    • of evolution in the world and in nature, then you get an inner vision
    • a satisfactory view of the world especially, in relation to the social
    • future of mankind. The old world beliefs were developed from imaginations.
    • You know the root of world beliefs is not to be found in intellectual
    • of the world with its dead element, with its destructive element containing
    • within it the seed of death. And the conceptions of the world which
    • that which you really need in order to build up a vies of the world
    • world order. For the task of to-day is to get further, to awaken, not
    • is something which wants to reveal itself to the world,” in the
    • out of the universe. Just as the world itself in its living interweaving
    • goes on. Every idea that has come into the world in this way has experienced
    • universe. If that could be brought into the world in the same thoroughness,
    • of morality in the world to-day, but it is necessary that we should
    • those who lie but it is a question of showing to the world that is still
    • directly, while our real task is to explain to the world what kind of
    • we must be able to put ourselves into the big interests of the world.
    • rise to the great interests of the world. For every single form as a
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • that in this world each element represents a creative whole. If we have
    • a right sense for the world of colour we find something truly world-creative
    • in colour. Anyone able to sink himself into the world of colour is able
    • to soar up to the feeling, that from this mysterious world of colour
    • a world of beings spring up, that the colour itself through its own
    • inherent forces will develop into a world of beings. I might say: as
    • a world of beings in embryo if we have a right sense for the world of
    • and exchange of activity between the colours, an entirely new world
    • we look out on, is born wholly out of the creative colour-world. As
    • grows out of the colour-world.
    • and how in spite of this the world is not willing to respond to the
    • of the world. Certainly this anthroposophical interpretation of the
    • world must be something more than a mere intellectual idealistic set
    • of the world to come extent, there is a reversed order, as compared
    • with the ordinary comprehension of the three world principles. This
    • in human life, but in the life of the whole world as well. We possess
    • in its whole nature, portrays the shining-in of the spiritual world
    • forces themselves inherent in the colour-world. At the present time,
    • of civilisation, those which inspire from the spiritual world that figure
    • the same time out into the starry world. We recognise again man in his
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