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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • ever lead to any kind of unity and common purpose, especially
    • what teachers must do to kindle genuine interest for what they
    • the day, kindling a comfortless, dim lamp, in order to teach
    • share in his enthusiasm for this kind of demonstration.
    • This kind of thing easily escapes notice, because the orthodox
    • Please note that, on principle, I do not object to this kind of
    • their educational practice with the kind of thing mentioned
    • possible today because humankind has moved to a further stage
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • of the human being into a kind of higher instinct whereby they
    • the human being differs from the usual kind, and can lead to a
    • case. If I may use a comparison, there are all kinds of
    • become instinctive can it lead to the proper kind of practical
    • kind of walking and of the free movement of the arms.
    • sounds that in some species have developed into a kind of
    • comparison with the human being — organs of this kind
    • This will lead them to a kind of inverted parallel between the
    • through the right kind of education later on, a tendency will
    • are not of the kind we learn about in school; here they are
    • that one does not arrive at the kind of psychology that is
    • based primarily on physical aspects. In this kind of psychology
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • fundamentally an imitative being. But the kind of inner
    • Until the change of teeth, the child lives in a kind of
    • then you can comprehend the kind of soul communication that can
    • way yet develop the kind of thinking that leads to an
    • kinds of artificial or esthetically contrived methods, even if
    • friendly and kindly disposition do make a deep impression on
    • kinds of things could be remembered even better than later
    • bite.” This kind of thing would be somewhat analogous to
    • What is this special kind of memory in the young child that
    • kind of overstimulation of the nerve-sense system. This is true
    • struggle within its organism, a kind of harmony between the
    • connected with the kind of writing and reading prevalent in our
    • into the kind of people who only play at life. Only dilettantes
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • that this knowledge of the human being is not the kind that
    • of this kind, it is only possible to point the way, in the form
    • has not yet become practical to open a kindergarten. The work
    • kindergarten, because every year we also have to open a new
    • [The first kindergarten in the
    • the idea of also opening a kindergarten, or something similar,
    • or kindergarten, and the rest will surely follow. But things
    • abstract kind.
    • through inadequate knowledge of the human being, all kinds of
    • artificial play activities for children of kindergarten age
    • older. Through all kinds of mechanical manipulations children
    • adult does, so the task of a kindergarten teacher is to adjust
    • colored pattern finally emerges. This kind of mechanical
    • process in a kindergarten actually prevents children from
    • pedagogical task until kindergarten age, with all its
    • a doll or a kind of clown. With a few ink stains you can give
    • only think of the usual kinds of illustrations found in
    • drawing paintings, and if one has gone on to a kind of phonetic
    • kind of reflection of events or shapes in our environment, as I
    • [as in kind] conveys “I like
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • that educators acquire the ability to create the kind of mental
    • uncritical veneration. Of course I am not referring to any kind
    • mechanics that work in space, existing merely as some kind of
    • regressive forces. Something arises from within, a kind of a
    • child, instinctively, unconsciously, faces a kind of riddle of
    • is a new kind of dependence of the child on help from teachers
    • were making a kind of a scratch upon the tender soul-substance
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • warmest piety will grow. Not the kind that lives on one's lips
    • children into the first grade, we must also consider the kinds
    • a kind of Moloch who devours his own offspring, inasmuch as, if
    • begin to approach the child with the kind of imagery I have
    • context. I am only too aware of the kind of claims that are
    • else can be the basis for truly ethical virtue except a kind of
    • love for humankind that does not allow us to pass our fellow
    • in all kinds of activities. But what children take in are not
    • the kinds of movements of the people around them — no
    • undermining kind. I have mentioned it only to illustrate my
    • there may be many kinds of prayers. Over and above these there
    • kind of people who live and work under any of these systems.
    • absurd. Nevertheless, all kinds of calculations were made
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • the kind of education, based on knowledge of the human being
    • negative had to be agreed upon — that is, a kind of
    • interact with each other (and a more sensitive kind of
    • through the special kindness of an influential person was he
    • if, after having gone through a grammar school kind of
    • be accomplished than what is possible by making the kind of
    • a form of pedagogy that will turn into the right kind of
    • kind of soul for the entire school organism. And so the first
    • field of education. That is, a kind of conceptual and sensitive
    • is also self-knowledge — not the introspective kind, but
    • that obviously there would be two kinds of difficulties. First,
    • important than any kind of abstract argument. While
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • time become a kind of hygiene in the life of the child and, if
    • a fairly drastic example, but this kind of thing can happen too
    • learned to find a way into this kind of thinking. If you were
    • of humankind. For example, teachers who in the depths of their
    • their pupils to grow up into cowards, but into the kind of
    • [The German expression is Kindskopf, literally
    • soul forces. It has to spring from the right kind of
    • blessing for all humankind in its evolution, one is filled with
    • the education of all humankind!
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • — or by various kinds of music.
    • is involved with a kind of gesturing. This form of gesturing,
    • seeing) we would be presented with a kind of air-image of the
    • particular part of the physical body is certainly a kind of
    • much necessary, because they offer a kind of meeting ground
    • from any kind of dancing. It is singing, not with voices, but
    • intended to work as a kind of “light eurythmy,” to
    • kind of recitation and declamation cultivated in times more
    • in form of a narrative style, or as the kind of poetry
    • would still be two different vocal ranges, and so on. This kind
    • West-European “democrats” as a kind of paradise
    • is possible, of course, to make all kinds of decisions, and to
    • think up all kinds of plans, but if one stands firmly on the
    • The Representative of Humankind,



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