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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • — not only into human beings, but into everything, even into a
    • questions and are put into the fortunate position of being able to
    • interest in other human beings is not possible if the right sort of
    • antisocial beings.
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • is a threefold being not only from the many points of view we
    • focus on the way in which the human being has developed his
    • of rhythm, measure, and the like, spiritual beings were able to
    • draw near, beings who lived in the movements, in the rhythm and
    • way the whole human being was developed. One
    • to educate human beings in an abstract, intellectual way
    • being sculpturally and musically formed — has its effect
    • on the whole human being. The most important principles of
    • being, from there drawing everything into the realm of soul and
    • far from adding anything to a human being, it takes something
    • of these three elements of the human being, for this
    • the human being, and every gymnastic movement, if rightly
    • executed, calls forth in the human being a spiritual atmosphere
    • has to be digested in the area of the human being that extends
    • things actually work within the human being. If we wish
    • human being by means of which carbon combines with oxygen so
    • intelligent as to ask why the human being needs two lungs; we
    • objects. If we mentally transfer into the human being the outer
    • inorganic burning. What takes place in the human being is
    • being; in the human being it is permeated with soul; it is
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  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • outer life within which human beings stand, making it possible
    • What has been lost is the realization that when the human being
    • compared with the actual forces of the being of man, a being
    • Middle Ages, certainly, it was believed that the human being,
    • restored; that the human being as he was on the earth actually
    • being must evolve, must be brought to a higher level, but this
    • being. In ancient times, those who knew the world mysteries
    • when the human being is born he falls in a certain sense below
    • his proper level and is not the being he was in pre-earthly
    • is really something abnormal for the human being to bear within
    • human being really lives within four complexes of forces.
    • we leave out of account the inner activity of the human being.
    • This is one complex of forces within which the human being
    • man has in common with beings that change their physical
    • activity, of the astral nature of the human being. The astral
    • nature of the human being must permeate each individual
    • soon as the human being no longer exists in relation to the
    • the human being). The etheric outside the human
    • being begins to take part again in the activity that is
    • human being breathes. The physical activity of carbon, oxygen,
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  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • bring our knowledge of the human being to the point where we
    • really can know in detail what is going on in the human being
    • that the first form of activity we perceive in the human being
    • movement as a human being is in truth a magical effect, and our
    • The fact that we are physical human beings, made up of bones,
    • blood, and so forth, does not make us into moving human beings;
    • at best it is able to make us inert beings, beings who
    • human being to create combinations of carbon and nitrogen. This
    • exists from above downward in the human being a continual
    • coming into being, and then it is immediately arrested by the
    • downward in the human being, there is this continual tendency
    • moment between the coming into being and the
    • the human being to destroy organic substance through a
    • see, therefore, every time the human being brings himself into
    • human life everything actually depends upon symmetry being
    • a human being is occupied only with intellectual work, the
    • carbonic acid and enables the human being to bring again some
    • of the substances and forces within the being of man.
    • whole inner being of man. Anyone who says that one should
    • human being, and goes no further than that, will not teach in a
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  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • the whole human being, for this whole human being comes
    • human being comprises within itself the ego, the astral body,
    • itself come newly into being as soul-forces begin to be
    • consciousness is still being formed, and something of the outer
    • exerted. Since the plastic forces, being stronger, would
    • in the organism. The human being is permeated longer by the
    • its being as non-physical in the speech-air, and as
    • mention that music has its being principally in the human
    • human beings if we know that. Not, to be sure, by relieving
    • human being will be better formed in his next life if during
    • real human beings. And we can only work ourselves out of this
    • into human beings. One must, of course, keep in mind that the
    • from the inner nature of the human being through music. The old
    • depict that which rises out of the human being, but which must
    • between the human being and what is plastic-architectonic, and
    • which lias ils being in painting and drawing, to which we lead
    • the human being, tends to continue the forming of man —
    • best if we begin its study from the human being. If you study
    • That is what affects the human being in a certain hygienic-
    • grade-school instruction: that, when a human being is placed in
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  • Title: Introductory Words to the First of Four Educational Lectures
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    • the being of the teacher must be understood in a completely
    • composed for future botanists rather than for human beings in
    • future zoologists, not for human beings in general.
    • the child's being, that it should be built up, in the widest
    • collected sufficient facts about the being of the growing
    • child. If as teachers we can enter into the child's being,
    • work is being done. And on the other hand, the living element
    • in a work of art, the life that springs from it, owes its being
    • childish soul from being imprisoned by the serious, the tragic,

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