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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • and do not usually spend the larger part of their leisure time in
    • teacher — even though he is the more objective party —
    • And when they feel the most intensive interest in particular world
    • impart this to other young people, then the world speaks out of
    • — to such a terrible extent appears for the most part only in
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • occasion, therefore, I would like to speak in particular about
    • spirit. The Roman concerned himself with the middle part
    • training played no part, but rather special importance was
    • easy, because it is a normal part of the consciousness of
    • superseded by the professor is so much part and parcel of
    • a particular significance for the teacher today. No educator,
    • watch is produced, and so on, with other parts of the
    • watch. Such a person insists on getting to know the parts but
    • understood in their particular age. If you rely on the accursed
    • anæmia in some other part of the organism. No one can
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • in education, namely, that through a particular orientation in
    • that they cannot have yet as children. We must impart such
    • must be imparted to him through education. But the answer
    • received. He does not look back with any particularly deep
    • part, it usually indicates a lack of this enthusiasm in the
    • heaviness. It would not be considered particularly intelligent
    • part of this activity, of nourishment. In the activity
    • process physical forces no longer play a part. This is
    • being begins to take part again in the activity that is
    • important factor. This plays a great part. These are the
    • recognize the healing effects. Unless we know how a particular
    • or unhealthy, injurious to health. This is of particular
    • modern science, no particular weight is laid on the essential
    • particular amount of nitrogen and a particular amount of
    • encompasses part of the rhythmic activity and part of the
    • effervesce toward the head. We therefore play a part, in fact,
    • man has no particular enthusiasm for painting in color;
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • secretions, particularly of the gall bladder. Thus,
    • cyanide. This tendency exists particularly in the
    • in the actual guidance of the world. It is the particular value
    • is more called to play a part in inaugurating the Michael
    • unite himself with Michael in a particularly close way, for to
    • a particular sphere, we are working for the healing of humanity
  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • forces that are particularly active in these years
    • employed particularly in drawing, painting, and writing. All
    • particularly their regularities and irregularities. For all
    • year what proceeds from music-speech becomes particularly
    • male and the female. Only partially do the pitches of the
    • particularly music, co-operates in the formation of man.
    • music and speech we impart with enthusiasm, the other with
  • Title: Introductory Words to the First of Four Educational Lectures
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    • private possession. The teacher in particular would find it
    • a part in those meetings and conversations which are carried on
    • sentence of this kind does not seem particularly clear, and yet
    • must also be admitted that this is particularly true where the
    • pedagogy, have taken a most important part in deciding
    • social organism that the western nations will take part in it.
    • the knowledge and particularly in the art of education this
    • work has its own particular value. It is the same in
    • when it is finished really loses for the artist a large part of
    • ossification is reduced to the minimum in this part of our
    • particularly likes you, may have sent you a hare after he has
    • just as necessary as any other part of special pedagogy.

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