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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • physical body. And death, the enigmatic event that is bound up
    • And then a mighty event occurred. — The Spirit of the world of
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • observation of outer events, to allow thoughts passively to follow
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • vigorously that his shoulders have to be well shaken to prevent him
    • and taught the youths who were entrusted to him in the seventh year
    • seventh year of life onwards, can, if it is rightly permeated with
    • must carry out dance-like movements from his seventh year onwards.
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • seventh year of life, the Greek child was brought up at home. Public
    • teach, for the seventh year of life marks an all-important stage of
    • phenomenon characteristic of the seventh year of human life is the
    • change of teeth. This is an event to which far too little importance
    • first teeth which are discarded at the seventh year. It is incorrect
    • the seventh year unfolds for the first time at this age. It is
    • culmination at about the seventh year of life. Then it brings forth
    • organization. This event is of the most extraordinary importance in
    • The forces present between birth and the seventh year reach their
    • enacted in the human being at about this seventh year of life Up to
    • the seventh year the human being grows and develops according to
    • seventh year. While the human being is developing his organs, his
    • the seventh year, if this unity formed of body, soul and spirit were
    • children as we are up to the seventh year. We should not unfold the
    • The fact that the physical force decreases in the seventh year and
    • course of the first three life-periods: up till the seventh year man
    • is pre-eminently a being of body-soul-spirit in one, from the seventh
    • seventh year he must be taken away from his parents' house, from the
    • school at an earlier age, before the end of the seventh year. We may
    • child up to the seventh year he should recognize that a physical body
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  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • follow the further development of the child. At about the seventh
    • seventh and fourteenth years of life, with particular regard to his
    • between the seventh and fourteenth years as qualities of soul, namely
    • in the child's thinking, worked up to the seventh year upon the
    • begins to assert itself in the child from the seventh year onwards.
    • the period of life at about the seventh year is significant in
    • takes place in the being of man between the seventh and fourteenth
    • about the seventh year of life and becomes a function of soul, so we
    • tutelage from the seventh to the fourteenth year, the child's
    • body. Thinking is already free; feeling is, between the seventh and
    • the seventh or eight years and then gradually frees itself. It is
    • at the seventh year of life as independent thinking-power, so do we
    • between the seventh and fourteenth years, therefore, can only
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • independent at about the seventh and fourteenth years of life
    • the seventh year at the change of teeth. The external processes that
    • forces is strongest of all in the little child up to the seventh year
    • has its start in the head-organism. Up to the seventh year the head
    • opportunity to do this is given between the seventh and fourteenth
    • years. For at the seventh year, the head, which is the bearer of
    • seventh year. It settles down, as it were, and looks after its own
    • the other, between the seventh and fourteenth years. In the middle
    • between the seventh and fourteenth years we set up a true
    • seventh and fourteenth years, we have to bring his thinking into a
    • fourteenth year and thinking at the seventh year.
    • seventh year. We only acquire true reverence for the development of
    • man resulting from knowledge of man; at all events it is only on this
    • the seventh and fourteenth years will be an outer significant sign of
    • seventeenth centuries for a different kind of education arose because
    • consider civilized mankind in the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries
    • and seventeenth centuries, came forward with a significant statement
    • place during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Whither then
    • characteristically in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • about the seventh year. A German writer, Jean Friedrich Richter,
    • three years, and from then onwards to the seventh year, are much the
    • first period of the child's education, up to the seventh year.
    • the seventh year, a social task stands before us, inasmuch as a true
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • about the seventh year, and in studying this period it must above all be
    • remembered that up to the seventh year the child is working, as it
    • then, must understand that when the child has passed his seventh year and
    • seventh year the child is through and through an imitative being, but from
    • itself. Up to the second dentition, at about the seventh year, the
    • model which the child copies. But from the seventh to the fourteenth
    • benefited if between the seventh and fourteenth years (approximately,
    • possible to achieve this if after the child has reached his seventh year
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • during the eleventh and twelfth.
    • if up to the eleventh or twelfth years he is not introduced to the dead
    • tenth and the eleventh or twelfth years. If we can give the child
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • another. Eventually, of course, we can pass on to the ordinary 1, 2,
    • real aspect is given; moreover in life we want eventually to get at
    • as that. At all events, we must try by every possible means to awaken
    • the child. He must himself be able to live in the events, to form his
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • going on in the outer world independently of man. Between the eleventh
    • eleventh and twelfth years.
    • i.e. at about the seventh year. Until then, school is not really
    • lecture.) From the eleventh or twelfth year onwards we shall find
    • If educationalists had followed this principle some sixty or seventy
    • efficiency during the last sixty or seventy years. Great progress has
    • the last sixty or seventy years the outer configuration of
    • grammar or syntax before this eventful moment in his life. Previously
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • achieved in this direction between the seventh and twelfth years
    • and events of their environment. Learning to see is what we must
    • between the eleventh and twelfth years, and that is the proper time,

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