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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • in the age of a materialistic world-conception — to inspire true
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • development of the soul and spirit as of the body. It is true
    • watch itself. The same sort of thing is true if, regarding
    • carbohydrates. For a true physiology of nutrition all
    • give us a true knowledge of man. The way we talk about nature
    • world in yourselves that is both living and true to reality.
    • good deal of courage is needed, because much of what is true is
    • I have described it, in their true relation to reality. This is
    • that no true teaching can ever be boring. How could it be? One
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • he is to be a true teacher. This enthusiasm is infectious, and
    • nervous system. These are true physical processes that are
    • only two concepts: right-wrong, true-false. To discover whether
    • something is “true” or “false” is the
    • world of academia. In the concepts “true” and
    • true” and “false” are dreadfully
    • true” and “false,” for in the
    • true” and “false” should be discarded
    • true” and “false.” If someone
    • hunchback “true” or “false”? In such a
    • significance if one wishes to engender a true consciousness of
    • true” and “false” of logic, to the
    • true feeling of responsibility. We realize that we can bring
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • on, described as man, that moves the limbs! This is the true
    • a true consciousness of one's purpose as teacher. We must
    • and goodness. What the teacher takes to be beautiful or true or
    • happening in the present. We simply must find the true path.
    • standards, the teacher can let what he gains from a true
    • and be inspired by the majesty contained in a true
  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • non-physical in the music-air unfolds its true
    • the most primitive language, so to speak; and it is really true
    • us with the intelligent, the true sort of enthusiasm —
    • comprehend the world. Goethe's saying always remains true:
  • Title: Introductory Words to the First of Four Educational Lectures
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    • takes its true form in you yourselves, if to a certain extent
    • have a true feeling, a true perception of the nature of the
    • real, a true feeling for what is meant by
    • “esoteric,” for people think today what is true is
    • true and what is right is right, and the true and the right
    • thinking and feeling peculiar to the western man. It is true to
    • he is much further from the true spiritual impulse living in
    • must also be admitted that this is particularly true where the
    • become regular scientists or natural philosophers. It is true
    • opposite of that which Spencer has laid down as a true
    • appear during his life if there is a true art of education.
    • same thing is indeed true with regard to the whole human
    • organization will really show its true form, namely the form of
    • true, noble, not with mock scepticism, you will find that your
    • that are entrusted to you. That is doubtless true. The effect

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