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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • first years of the child's education. But when we receive the children
    • which have been done wrongly, or left undone, in the first years of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • school constitution of recent years has been the habit of keeping the
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • day that he can do every day, sometimes even the whole year through,
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • childhood man principally Body; in middle years Soul; in old age
    • Zeller). Man may belie Soul in middle years. Willing united with
    • disciple of Hegel, who was over ninety years old. And as he was
    • seventies. After some years we met and had a conversation about light.
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • In first seven-year period child develops through imitation: in second
    • his environment. From the seventh year to puberty we have to do with a
    • proof that there has been no true education in the preceding years. We
    • or tenth year you graft into him concepts which are meant to retain
    • their same form in him until he is thirty or forty years of age, then
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • Since the year A.D. 869 for Western culture derived from Catholicism
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • years the child's soul is dreaming in the head; while his spirit in
    • stage of its development during the first seven years of life. The
    • child in his early years, we see clearly that the chest organs, as
    • earlier years we have no direct bridge. No stream passes over from the
    • years of human development. And when we educate and develop the child
    • Now, of course, when the child is seven years old, he has not merely
    • years when the child is first given into our charge, we must teach him
    • do as follows: At the beginning of the school year he must pass his
    • twelfth year which I have described to you. (see Practical Course
    • like. And then at the end of the school year, or of some definite
    • and memory in the next school year, or period, so that I can
    • children on to another teacher every year. And, to look at the matter
    • the other way round, at the beginning of the school year, or of the
    • periods of development (seventh, ninth, twelfth year) the teacher gets
    • years. From the change of teeth onwards it is we who educate the child
    • in later years, namely, the power of independent judgment, a feeling
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
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    • the change of teeth towards the seventh year. We should make clear to
    • in the first seven years an intense forming force streams from the
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIII
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    • altogether and let the school year finish as it began. As teachers we
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • physically, i.e., towards the seventh year when the change of teeth
    • comes to us in his seventh year we have to do for his soul a thing
    • Just as one finds in the first years of school life that what
    • soul, so in the later years of schooling one finds pressing into the
    • in the later school years, the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth and
    • fifteenth years. In particular, there then appear all those capacities
    • learn during these years; all history, all geography teaching must be
    • Therefore in these years we should foster an intercourse alive with
    • teaching has a wonderful influence on children in their later years.
    • cultivated during the later primary school years is the mutual
    • again years later in precisely the same form, is intellectually frozen



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