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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
- reform? Where can better ways of educating the young be found?
- recognize and acknowledge what is good, wherever it is found.
- somewhere else where considerably more erosion has been found,
- tongue and for drawing is found to be equally present in
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
- soul are ignored. Such knowledge rests on what can be found,
- founded pedagogical sense and teaching practice. To achieve
- form is to be found in what becomes the speech organ in the
- profound importance. It is essential that this process develops
- large extent, the foundations are being laid for a person's
- element in our surroundings, we also lay the foundations for
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- yearning to become imbued with feelings found in later life
- dreamed up; but if, at a decisive moment in life, I have found
- foundation for the art of education. Experimental child
- one can observe clearly, it will be found that when walking,
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
- the best foundation for health. And you can be sure that, if
- only think of the usual kinds of illustrations found in
- morality later in life. Having first found pleasure or
- have chosen anthroposophy to be the foundation simply because
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
- some willingness to look for what cannot be found elsewhere.
- must be found before that person can be properly called a
- examples of this can be found. And so, similarly, imponderables
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
- become the root of the love of God. It is the foundation for
- that stage, love has a profoundly soul-like and tender quality.
- it. This is the core of the matter. Humor has to be found in
- foundation for an individual sense of morality. If now the
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
- found in conventional forms of education, with their
- which was founded by the industrialist Emil Molt for the
- discussions occurred before a passage was found through these
- Another interesting example can be found in so-called
- certain laws concerning heredity, which became the foundation
- top classes may well be under the impression that what is found
- boys also wanted to be involved, and somehow they found their
- rather a recognition of essentially human qualities found in
- That a new anthroposophical college is to be founded where we
- young friends, an association has actually been founded with
- and sound foundations. This needs to be mentioned within the
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
- Waldorf pedagogy (which arises from spiritual foundations)
- The Foundations of Human Experience,
- During the years after the Waldorf school founding, shorter
- the same, we soon found that a class with a majority of girls
- found. It is unnecessary to have the name of the Lord
- found within different lecture courses can be uncomfortable
- firm foundation, and inner satisfaction a source of warmth,
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
- speech, the essence of recitation is found equally in its
- if only enough people can be found — and here I am not
- no question that ways and means will be found for it to come
- founded in order to open a Waldorf school in Basel. Rudolf
- to clarify various practical points, and he found Privy
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