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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
- teeth the child bears a very distinct character, shown in his wanting
- point of view. Up to the change of teeth man has a desire to imitate;
- of teeth is entirely involved in the past. He is still filled with the
- completely unconscious mood of the child before the change of teeth?
- for the whole education up to the change of teeth and even beyond this
- From the change of teeth up to the time of adolescence the child
- from the time he changes his teeth until puberty the child really
- The first part of a child's life, up to the change of teeth, is spent
- period, from the change of teeth to adolescence, is spent with the
- when he has accomplished the change of teeth the Present plays itself
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
- hence he imitates. Head fully formed at change of teeth. Relation of
- characteristic feature of this development up to the change of teeth
- child changes his teeth, and the second ones appear, this is an actual
- last stage culminates in the change of teeth.
- that gives him form. When we see the second teeth appear we can say
- change of teeth there takes place the building up of forms from the
- teeth to adolescence there takes place life-development, growth
- years. From the change of teeth onwards it is we who educate the child
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
- the change of teeth towards the seventh year. We should make clear to
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
- parts of head. When second teeth appear grammar needed as
- physically, i.e., towards the seventh year when the change of teeth
- second teeth. Thus we shall impart power and firmness to his language
- penetrated the teeth before the age of seven is now pressing into the
- teething of the soul, so all activity of imagination, all that is
- of the period between the change of teeth and puberty. We are much
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