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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • morally and intellectually right, in the true sense of the word, then
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • Child lives in sympathy. Moral development through antipathy. Between
    • moral ideals, into our mere instincts. And now you will understand
    • moral ideals, to which the instincts are antipathetic, and which for
    • sympathy of instincts. For this reason moral development is always
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • child assumes world is moral; in second beautiful; in third true ...
    • assumption that the whole world is of a moral nature. This is not
    • unconscious assumption that the world is moral. It is good therefore
    • world is moral. I drew your attention to this by reading you two
    • things from a moral aspect. (In the lectures Discussions with
    • the butcher's dog and the lap-dog how human morals can be reflected in
    • Fallersleben, I aimed at giving a moral without pedantry for children
    • that the world is moral. This is the greatness and sublimity in the
    • morality of the world, and therefore believe that the world may be
    • with the unconscious assumption: the world is moral. The second
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • From this you see that there is a certain inner morality in teaching,
    • wicked and immoral. This must be the teacher's attitude of mind. If it
    • educational morality unless you turn ever and again to fundamentals
    • morals.

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