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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • yore. Man read his destiny in the stars. He felt himself united with
    • they read their destiny. External calculations, geometry and
    • plants has spread abroad in the form of a pure science of Nature. It
    • read in the stars, and which had descended in Christ into the body of
    • Christ. The first signs are already visible. The ideas of Divine
    • between one who treads the path of Initiation Wisdom and one who
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • describe the attempt already made in the Waldorf School at Stuttgart
    • which has already become an integral part of Anthroposophy. At the
    • complicated social life that is threatening to spread chaos through
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • of modern times. Already there is a feeling — a feeling which
    • the Rhetorician for spreading the spiritual life as it was cultivated
    • education of the ancient East, not the reading of books and the
    • development afterwards, of course, became one-sided, had already
    • element that I have already described, but something else. When we
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • is readily imagined, in a straight line from one stage to another.
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • had already worked into their philosophies. There indeed it is and
    • teeth. I have already said that the force which produces the first
    • already happens during the first seven years, for the whole process
    • body. Thinking is already free; feeling is, between the seventh and
    • than the etheric body; indeed the astral body is already of the soul
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • and can readily be perceived: the change of teeth is a remarkable
    • already known to the “exact clairvoyance” of which I
    • twenty-first year onwards, with every tread of the foot there works
    • year, into union with the thinking that is already released at the
    • tread of the feet when the twentieth or twenty-first year is reached.
    • Attempts are made to-day to ‘read’ the lines of the
    • already to be found in the abstract writings of these three. What we
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • that is localized in the several senses of the adult is spread out
    • whole earthly life is already present from the first.
    • toys that are dreadfully inartistic copies of life. The doll is
    • a dreadful heritage into later life. He is being educated for
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • Science. Sleep regulates the inner burning by spreading it over
    • and are quite ready to lay down the law about it. And so it comes
    • solution of these problems. The reading of books is the main
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • pictorial form. To-day, I propose to carry further the ideas already
    • artistic element of painting and drawing. I have already said that if
    • learns to read. The reason for this is that in writing the whole
    • being is more active than is the case in reading. You will say: Yes,
    • being must lend themselves to this movement. In reading only the head
    • to reading, our efforts must simply be in the direction of making the child
    • aware, and this time in his head, of what has already been elaborated
    • by the bodily forces as a whole. Reading is then grasped mentally,
    • he has already been employed. This is of the very greatest
    • mental idea afterwards unfolded as a result of the activity. Reading
    • is essentially a mental act. Therefore if reading is taught
    • re-discovers in reading what he has already experienced in writing.
    • now ready to form ideas about the plant world. But naturally, in any system
    • tree that has already crumbled to dust, from which the plants grow
    • that the various animals spread over the world represent, in a
    • foundations have already been laid. The child will learn to
    • the child's attention to the different animal species spread over the earth.
    • were, the animal kingdom as a human being spread out in diversity over
    • the being of man spread over the earth in diversity of forms, man himself
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • higher member of man's being, a member to which I have already
    • hand, the study of the plant kingdom, the rudiments of writing and reading
    • already given of someone who is puzzling over a problem in the
    • intellectual element is already in evidence, we begin by conveying a
    • dream of giving the stomach a stone instead of bread, so we must make
    • dreadful thing to see a teacher walking round the desks with a book in
    • The teacher himself doesn't know them, for he has to read from notes.
    • have to verify dates. I have already spoken of the way in which we
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • already spoken of the significant turning-point occurring between the
    • of the animal species spread over the earth, we help to bring him
    • now ready to understand his fellow-men and the social life of the
    • of the child; it is given in the form I have already described in connection
    • teacher to read, not in a book and not according to the rules of some
    • School teacher must learn to read man — the most wonderful
    • document in all the world. What he gains from this reading grows into
    • All other study, all other books and reading, should be a means of
    • enabling the teacher ultimately to read the great book of the world.
    • From this we can readily lead on to the universal Father-Principle
    • I have already said that the teacher must come to a point where all his
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • ordinary way the child is sent to school. I have already said that
    • ready for a deepening of his being in the religious sense. There is

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