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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • possible to build a statistical picture of the human being, but
    • about in space and extending to infinity. It is possible to
    • possible today because humankind has moved to a further stage
    • backed by fully conscious cognition, and this is possible only
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • from our findings. Knowledge of the human being made possible
    • sensation of hunger by eating. This is only possible if
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • apparent outwardly. I also indicated that it is impossible to
    • how he could prove his theory. It would be impossible
    • it is possible to observe such a phenomenon even in an animal,
    • systems. But I ask you, is it possible for the rhythmic system
    • This can become possible only when we recognize that the pupil
  • 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
    • oneself to such a task is impossible as long as a new class has
    • not even be possible to fulfill the conditions so competently
    • it may not even be possible for them to fulfill the
    • ruined. In the economic sphere it is possible to proceed
    • it is no longer possible to rely on instinct, unless it is
    • complex for such a way of life, which would be possible only
    • ninth year. This approach becomes possible only later. One has
    • yet possible to describe anything that belongs to the mineral
    • something that becomes possible only after puberty has been
    • child's soul life has to be stimulated. It is possible to
    • instruction. This procedure has made it possible for us to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • of the twelfth year) it is impossible to communicate knowledge
    • year it is impossible to awaken in students an understanding of
    • possible time). These color experiences will stimulate mobility
    • become possible for pupils of this age to make the transition
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • find plenty of opportunities to rectify any possible
    • for teachers and pupils to be together. The only possible
    • opposite is equally possible, however, if one has not prepared
    • this context, it is even possible that a certain personal habit
    • really be one of the worst possible things. We must always be
    • that it is not possible to select only geniuses for the
    • school as selflessly as possible, to obliterate not only their
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • educated, stage by stage and wherever possible, according to
    • made possible only through the grace of the headmaster,
    • impossible to plan the education of young people to suit the
    • of teaching. Until the twelfth year it is just possible to do
    • It is impossible to drill it into young people. It can only
    • emergency; for how could it be possible for anyone to know
    • be made possible. It has to be worked toward with honest and
    • possible to equip children under nine with sufficient learning
    • pedagogical reasons. This is also still possible in the case of
    • this places us in an almost impossible situation, with almost
    • is impossible for us to insist on pushing our ideals with any
    • conditions will render it possible for education to function
    • possible to make even a professor of botany, however clever,
    • really believe such a thing is possible, because anyone can
    • be accomplished than what is possible by making the kind of
    • things that proved possible, if I had not learned bookbinding
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • inaccurate. It is impossible to divide the human organization
    • it possible to apply educational impulses whatever the outer
    • Nevertheless, it is possible to permeate one's entire life with
    • possible to speak of them in an entirely different way, no less
    • life. At that tender age it is still possible for these
    • is possible to understand earlier stages without any knowledge
    • allowing, as smoothly as possible, the nerve fluctuations to
    • meetings, it truly became possible to work out to a large
    • sports there. Admittedly, it is not yet possible for us to do
    • enormous obstacles and external difficulties was it possible to
    • and inner satisfaction that it was again possible for a large
    • Question: Would it be possible to implement the Waldorf way
    • possible to introduce
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • on. Similarly, it is also possible to progress from the
    • motion (and this is possible through sensible-supersensible
    • eurythmy into dancing. It is certainly possible for eurythmy
    • higher level than possible through prose meaning alone.
    • is completely possible to render artistically the same poem in
    • impossible for us, the Goetheanum will certainly be
    • we have done the only possible thing; we started it because a
    • possible in Stuttgart, where, due to less restrictive local
    • is possible, of course, to make all kinds of decisions, and to
    • is possible that such perversions of truth are taken in with

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