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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • since each viewpoint claims to be the only valid one.
    • the cane.” To us, such a remark would point to times long
    • but also when he points out that another teacher actually did
    • child brings certain needs to education. He points out in a
    • I want to make another point.
    • Is there any point in lavishing so much care on attempts to
    • Anthroposophy points to the importance of the scientific
    • The animals are understood up to a certain point. Their bony
    • have often tried to show how the general scientific viewpoint
    • on any specific point, the whole thing is relatively simple.
    • because from a strictly material point of view there is nothing
    • would like to illustrate this point with an example. Whenever
    • need to bother about points of intersection, no need to bother
    • need for education, or that there is no point in discussing it
    • more point: intellectualism and abstractions are rampant today
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • a utilitarian point of view). Why should such animals have a
    • the eye does — but stops short beforehand. This points to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • Yesterday I pointed out that there is much more involved
    • points. The teacher and educator, however, need a trained eye
    • serves to pinpoint a specifically human feature. Similarly,
    • more or less as definitions. At this point it is not an
    • and puberty. But what I have pointed out just now can reveal
    • between the two. And if one pointed out that a dog has
    • turning point during the change of teeth. One can see this
    • educate the young for our benefit, but for life. The point is,
    • by such a phrase. The point is not to select certain tidbits
    • been working through language until this point, now becomes
    • repeat again at this point, to avoid misunderstandings, that I
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • of this kind, it is only possible to point the way, in the form
    • But, though the various points made may be convincing enough,
    • whole point of a preschool is to give young children the
    • point is that it may not be beneficial at all for such a child
    • the point is that the effects of soul and spirit on a person's
    • the physical body. Again and again I want to point out that the
    • — something I have to repeat time and again. The point is
    • point is that future stages have to be prepared for properly
    • religious instruction. I would like to point out once more that
    • necessary and intrinsic to our education from the point of view
    • other, have been raised from very different viewpoints. The
    • pedagogical points of view.
    • pedagogical point of view? Surely it is the assumption that a
    • and here we have the pedagogical point of view in its most
    • religious teaching certainly follows from the pedagogical point
    • was strived for only from the pedagogical point of view.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • Within this same context we must now look at another point.
    • wisest to remain silent about this last point when talking to
    • tube, and if we have reached a certain point, say aged fifty,
    • individual. What is this great life question? Up to this point,
    • does not disappoint the hopeful expectations with which they
    • human being. We should never ask: What is the point of teaching
    • psychological point of view there is a fine and intimate
    • necessary to become clear about this point.
    • about a particular point. In this case I don't know in advance
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • realities in nature awakens only later. At this point we are
    • air it needs. These are the important points one has to
    • just this social aspect of education that points to so many
    • point is, everything teachers do in front of children at this
    • point. Such impudent remarks would destroy not only the mood
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • be worked out. In it I made the following points: During the
    • Another point in my memorandum was that, after completion of
    • Returning to our point, after the twelfth year it becomes
    • illustrate this point I would like to mention certain lay
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • you find a point of entry, you meet every problem and task
    • are.” The point is not that old age lacks youthfulness,
    • because of the way their various points are interlinked,
    • this point I would like to express once more what I already
    • another point of view), but since Waldorf education focuses
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • The point is this: eurythmy requires one to revive the
    • This is the point.
    • poem in the same way, from an artistic point of view there
    • when eurythmy has advanced to the point where eurythmists
    • point.
    • to clarify various practical points, and he found Privy
    • pointed out how everything is becoming so difficult for us
    • personal opinion, and no one can support this point of view



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