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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
- I have shown you in these lectures that there lives a certain genius
- in language. The genius of language is truly gifted; it is cleverer
- But genius is to be found in other parts of our environment as well as
- But now comes something, apart from us, which is both genius and
- spirit. Language indeed has its genius, but in the very earliest
- has her own genius, her own spirit. If it were not so we human beings
- create a breach in our development. Here the genius of Nature
- genius in Nature, which creates the substance milk from out of secret
- Thus, it is the genius of Nature herself which cares for the early
- we are, in a certain sense, taking over the work of this genius.
- activity which we have left to the genius of Nature to carry out; for
- through milk, the genius of nature educates the child in his earliest
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
- genius of the language, i.e., the head of the throat. The larynx is
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