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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • passing over to judgments and conclusions — in all this there
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • permeate thinking with logic. The syllogism. Conclusions live in
    • what is called conclusions. In ordinary life thinking is expressed in
    • speaking you are continually forming conclusions. This activity of
    • forming conclusions is the most conscious of all human activities. Man
    • uttering conclusions nor could he understand what another person said
    • to him unless he were continuously receiving conclusions. Academic
    • logic usually dismembers conclusions, thus falsifying them at the
    • outset, in so far as conclusions appear in ordinary life. Academic
    • logic takes no account of the fact that we form conclusions every time
    • not true. The first thing in life is conclusions. And in reality, if
    • usually find amongst the conclusions the following famous one:
    • memory ready-made conclusions. What I am now saying — and shall
    • children will have been taught in conclusions, judgments and concepts,
    • to draw ready-made conclusions out of their sum of knowledge. If these
    • conclusions are too firmly fixed in the children's souls it is better
    • the making of conclusions.
    • conclusions should really only hold sway in the fully conscious waking
    • children beforehand anything that is related to conclusions, and not
    • let them store up ready-made conclusions. They should only store up

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