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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • must be led to look out into the world around them and into all its
    • questions about nature, about the cosmos and the entire world, about
    • of the world and its manifestations do not arise in young
    • the most intensive interest in such world-riddles, then these energies
    • in the age of a materialistic world-conception — to inspire true
    • interest in the world, the world in the widest sense ...
    • When we do not have enough interest in the world around us, then we
    • concern for the world but busy themselves with how they feel and what
    • should be directed toward world-interrelationships in every field. The
    • world must become so all-engrossing to young people that they simply
    • from it and toward the world outside ourselves ...
    • world of sleep, into the sleeping condition, a body of detrimental,
    • beginning to talk like more than a man. Why, the whole world speaks
    • And when they feel the most intensive interest in particular world
    • impart this to other young people, then the world speaks out of
    • world-interest is not aroused in the 15 or 16 year old. If they learn
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • he had the capacity, as if by magic, to draw down the world of
    • thinking is from reality, from the world. We have, of course,
    • indiscriminately in the world; what we need is to work in the
    • into us by the spirit of the world; then it has meaning and
    • does something to promote progress in the world.
    • great deal of Ahrimanic influence can be found in the world
    • today. Indeed, the evolution of the world would be impossible
    • world in yourselves that is both living and true to reality.
    • a world of wonderful artistry. Just try for yourselves,
    • this sort of understanding of the world of nature, you simply
    • of world evolution was separate: the gymnast, the
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • hardly present anywhere else in the world, if we are to be
    • enters the world out of his pre-earthly existence he is,
    • being. In ancient times, those who knew the world mysteries
    • outer, physical world of space, can also be pictured as
    • continuation of what sugar is in the outer world. Sugar is hard
    • world. The activity of nourishment is quite different
    • that which we have in the physical world as it is
    • outer world, the physical forces cease to have their
    • etheric body, the force of the outer ether of the world, and
    • outer world, the consequences of walking, grasping, and the
    • world of academia. In the concepts “true” and
    • of the spiritual world we can no longer speak of
    • spiritual world that would be as nonsensical as saying that to
    • physical. Pertaining to the spiritual world, the concepts of
    • altogether. As soon as we reach the spiritual world we must
    • all. In the physical world things can be “right”;
    • in the spiritual world nothing is “wrong” or
    • healthy or diseased. In the spiritual world things are either
    • knowledge of man, a knowledge of man in relation to the world
    • are let loose into the educational world today as if the
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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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    • in his ordinary activity in the world. I have shown you
    • in the actual guidance of the world. It is the particular value
    • should represent to the child the whole world of truth, beauty,
    • is incomprehensible. But the world is like that today.
    • That is not, however, how the world should be in
    • world, which through its dead intellectualism is faced with the
    • world today, then you will have grasped my aim in giving
  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • the child's soul lived in the spiritual world before
    • world that sends down these forces. And the child is the
    • from the spiritual world. When this reverence permeates the
    • forces developed in the spiritual world during the time before
    • the spiritual world into the physical world.
    • world which remains unconscious is constantly radiating
    • from birth has permeated the child from the outer world, that
    • and in music. These forces are derived from the world.
    • musical forces derive more from the outer world, the
    • extra-human world, from the observation of processes in
    • the human organism and the outer world. Were we to take a
    • within us, and it is not for nothing that the world
    • toward the periphery, toward the outer world, the
    • architectonic- plastic more toward the inner world. But there
    • between the etheric body and the outer world. The etheric body
    • musician more out of his devotion to the world. That
    • Another force is the one we absorb from the outer world,
    • world inward, that inner force which tends to deform
    • the world, he is really exposed to things from which we must
    • become one with the world too much. Man really always has the
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  • Title: Introductory Words to the First of Four Educational Lectures
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    • before the whole world in the form which is considered correct.
    • whole world.
    • that calling which has its place in the history of the world,
    • education, we have something to give the world from Central
    • have the same class twice over and send out into the world the
    • can however give the world figures which are individually

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