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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • Thought, Hearing, Speech to knowing. Interrelation of senses. Colour
    • speech that they believe that thought is always conveyed by means of
    • speech. This is an absurdity. For with your thought sense you could
    • spoken speech. Speech only mediates for the thoughts. You must
    • in the sense of sound for speech-sound. For next we have the sense of
    • speech proper.
    • example with the thought sense and the speech sense and so on. There
    • hearing, and sense of speech are predominantly knowledge
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • speech. If you examine the structure of speech you will find that in
    • could not express himself in speech unless he were continually
    • enables you to communicate with other human beings through speech. It
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • child. First mother milk, then mother speech awaken child. Teacher's
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • of the throat.” Sounds of speech, nasal, etc., correspond to
    • corresponding skeleton of speech. Lower trunk develops limb character
    • head and therefore lives out its head nature in human speech. The
    • this attempt constitutes human speech. When the larynx tries to become
    • You can now see what human speech really is. Therefore you will not be
    • speech is a refined head, a head formed out of air, so all that

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