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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
- consciousness through which alone we can truly teach and educate.
- beginning to educate the child before it sees the light of the world
- spiritual world. We have to teach and educate first of all so as to
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
- imaginations as possible, if you educate him as much as possible by
- for without this consecration it is impossible to educate at all.
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
- so far as it is educated consciousness, calls this Spirit-Self
- authority and let the children educate themselves. Something dreadful
- educated. For then people will believe that if they have good ideas
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
- should by a single effort regulate his memory, but we can educate the
- everything up. But in the future it will be impossible to educate
- through such confusion. For how is it possible to educate a child to
- it is that man should be so educated that one sense should be
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
- to teach and educate well. Through an educational instinct which will
- innermost depths of their beings. We shall educate badly if we are not
- and educate him in such a way that he continues to be full of life,
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
- civilisation. These are essential to him if he is to educate rightly
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
- sleeping. Limbs awake but unformed. Teacher can only educate part of
- impossible. For suppose we had to teach and educate the whole of the
- teaching at once, for you could only educate people equal in
- to educate people who, in some ways, are much more clever and
- to touch only one part of man, for we can educate this one part even
- the feeling life. For we can bring what we educate through the will
- person much inferior in cleverness, or even in goodness, can educate
- right from the beginning, from birth onwards, to educate him through
- years of human development. And when we educate and develop the child
- Nature educates naturally; for her nourishment by milk is the first
- medium of education. Nature educates in a natural way. But we, as
- human beings, working to educate the child through language and
- through our actions, begin to educate in the realm of soul. For this
- through milk, the genius of nature educates the child in his earliest
- years. From the change of teeth onwards it is we who educate the child
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