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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 1
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    • that approached him, a person utterly without interest in the world
    • impaired if, in an earlier life, we neglected to develop interest in
    • were debarred from taking any interest at all in the outer world.
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 2
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    • madness. Insanity distorted genius. Interest and love can restore
    • greater and greater interest in the mystery of the human
    • interest in the organisation of man — is completely lacking in
    • interesting. And then, watching all this objectively, we shall find
    • interest. We shall see in it a distorted image of the highest wisdom;
    • as our interest in the whole process grows — without of course
    • deeply and inwardly interesting to us. Suppose an abnormality gets
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 3
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    • sense-perception on the earth. This is a most interesting fact.
    • exceedingly interesting. The physicists have before them this
    • somersaults in thought, all those interesting, but in fact
    • correctly about moral defects. For it is indeed most interesting to
    • interesting discoveries, but all of a sudden, when he touched a
    • talkative if he found anything of interest. The poet began to laugh
    • and “on the spot”, following with intense interest, in
    • exceedingly interesting. Qualities which are in their right place in
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 4
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    • the symptoms of illness with interest, so that ever and anon we
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 5
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    • first time, a watch. It interested him. But his limb organisation is
    • other hand, what an interesting time you could have if you set out to
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 6
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    • lack of religious feeling. Interest must be aroused in the boy in all
    • human. The things in the world outside have begun to interest him and
    • study of such a child can be very interesting; indeed a child like
    • this is more interesting than many normal children, although many a
    • bony systems. And in the boy we are considering, lack of interest has
    • have to do with things to stimulate the children's interest and
    • interest to develop. Suppose we are beginning to give them
    • accompany the whole process with a constant rousing of interest and
    • you. Another extraordinarily interesting thing to observe is the
    • child of this kind should be able to notice that we take an interest
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 7
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    • enhancement of interest must then at once be followed by a decline of
    • interest. The dramatic quality must ebb away and subside. And this
    • try to tone it all down, try to push back the stream of interest.
    • and interest. And you go on in this way, until at last the whole
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 8
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    • Look at her lovely fair hair. An interesting incident has taken place
    • much that is of very great interest for us when they are in this way
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 9
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    • His interest is in "discovery". Good and bad mean liking
    • boy of this kind feels a particular interest in some object, he sees
    • delight and interest. But there his capacity for forming ideas comes
    • interest and enjoyment, and of things that are “bad” in
    • would like to tell you of an interesting little experience that I had
    • is going to be a particularly interesting case, and for me personally
    • it has as a matter of fact quite a special interest. For, whenever I
    • made first on a small scale. Altogether, a most interesting
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 10
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    • interest him in the world, as is practise of Waldorf Schools at this
    • time and see what things really interested him, and then, starting
    • from these, to extend his field of interest. Had this been possible,
    • level. For it is plain, the boy has interests. He has moreover
    • carefully how the boy's interests work. You will find they remain in
    • interest. Afterwards I tried to suggest to him that he should make
    • new film; his interest would have had to reach beyond what lay
    • him to listen to it. When an interest seizes hold of him in the very
    • interest down into his metabolism-and-limbs system, then at once his
    • point things that the boy follows with a certain interest, we should
    • go on from these, widening the circle of his interest in all
    • at once begin to experience a widening of his circle of interests.
    • interest aroused in all the processes that go on in the world in
    • and takes a keen interest in the objects and processes that he finds
    • it, the modern Youth Movement is interesting in the highest degree.
    • must not omit to cultivate this interest in very little things. The
    • should be every bit as interesting to us as Saturn, Sun and Moon. For
    • interest in many directions. Tell me now, how has it been with this
    • interesting phenomenon of albinism, which we have opportunity
    • devout interest into every single detail of their condition. For the
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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 12
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    • plant. Goethe's interest in malformation in plants, the study of
    • he deals with such are among the most interesting in all his



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