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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • recognize and acknowledge what is good, wherever it is found.
    • the time, and this must spur us on to greater knowledge of
    • nature that surround us, now transfers the knowledge gained to
    • the human being. Knowledge of the outer world and the mode of
    • at least a modicum of medical knowledge at their disposal. It
    • begins with a true picture and knowledge of the human being,
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • from our findings. Knowledge of the human being made possible
    • modern science and other research. The knowledge of the human
    • soul are ignored. Such knowledge rests on what can be found,
    • theoretical knowledge and then to think: What I have learned in
    • child's true being. Teachers need to transform their knowledge
    • child. This is another way that anthroposophical knowledge of
    • this, one's knowledge of human nature must be capable of
    • Knowledge of the human being, which forms the basis of a sound
    • knowledge of the human being has permeated flesh and blood as
    • knowledge of human beings has such inner fullness that it can
    • to acquire an instinctive knowledge of how much sleep a child
    • From this you can see how knowledge of the human being can give
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • itself reveals. And this needs to be based on a knowledge of
    • needs, knowledge does not remain theoretical, but becomes
    • with the knowledge that, during the first period of life until
    • with the pupils rhythmic system, and how, through knowledge of
    • knowledge of the human being has to be largely a matter of the
    • should strive toward a knowledge of how we, as teachers and
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • what we understand as knowledge of the human being. Some of
    • that this knowledge of the human being is not the kind that
    • of indications, to what such knowledge of the human being can
    • knowledge of them alone would hardly result in the necessary
    • a truly individual knowledge of what the human being is. This
    • backed by spiritual knowledge. Modern life has become too
    • through inadequate knowledge of the human being, all kinds of
    • knowledge remains within the circle of physiologists. It does
    • math lessons. Anyone who has some knowledge of Waldorf teaching
    • acknowledge that the two directions mentioned, namely the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • — is more important than acquiring knowledge step by
    • arising from the knowledge of what one is really doing, that
    • of the twelfth year) it is impossible to communicate knowledge
    • now you have to acknowledge that this marks a powerful reversal
    • knowledge?” At this moment the teacher begins to become
    • knowledge is transmuted into capacities, and these are truly
    • you overload a child with knowledge. It is essential to realize
    • self-knowledge. For example, in the Waldorf school we let the
    • knowledge I will create a picture for them and say, “Look
    • be: Despite my limited knowledge and wisdom, I am aware of what
    • in scientific knowledge, a baby's cry can still teach one very
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • hindrances. For this to happen, however, knowledge of the
    • proof of their knowledge and capacity would surely have to
    • instinctive knowledge, in the popular expression; for, in the
    • to a person who has acquired specialized medical knowledge,
    • we will have more to say later. Surely you will acknowledge
    • within anthroposophy, which has conscious knowledge through
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • the kind of education, based on knowledge of the human being
    • derives from objective knowledge, and that prescribes specific
    • of a dark subconsciousness, some knowledge of what is happening
    • properly, and this is a lamentable failing. Knowledge of
    • Knowledge of the human being calls on us to make adequate
    • another particular subject, that knowledge of the Egyptian
    • weaving, spinning, and a rough knowledge of how paper is made
    • stream of life. And so it must be acknowledged that the higher
    • From personal self-knowledge I can tell you in all modesty that
    • on the other hand, is the offspring of true knowledge of the
    • certain time of life is nothing but such knowledge applied to a
    • particular situation. In itself this knowledge already presents
    • be especially gifted. Such common interest and shared knowledge
    • lay knowledge in medicine. Now one of these healers may find,
    • certain type of knowledge from which a picture of the human
    • selfknowledge, it creates the impression that we are merely a
    • skeleton. (Within certain limits, knowledge of the human being
    • is also self-knowledge — not the introspective kind, but
    • inability to understand the true nature of matter. Knowledge of
    • college education, on true knowledge of the human being
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    • This is an example of how knowledge of the interaction and
    • pedagogy before its actual launching; for knowledge of this has
    • many things and can talk of these. But their knowledge has not
    • is possible to understand earlier stages without any knowledge
    • knowledge, rather than feeling satisfied with one's
    • This awareness, plus the teachers' knowledge that they are

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