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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • you a practical example because, rather than presenting
    • springs from the deepest needs of our present culture.
    • to represent the most developed animal.
    • Similarly, one may start with the present time and, according
    • present company is always excluded when negative assertions are
    • tongue and for drawing is found to be equally present in
    • form until the seventh year, and then it is no longer present
    • present circumstances only. This is the case, for example, when
    • one creates an experiment concerned only with the present. On
    • some old people can be like a blessing for the others present?
    • such an illness, usually only the present conditions are
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • inserted between theory and practice. This presents an unreal
    • represents the human quest for balance of soul that is
    • this faculty, present-day science has been able to make only
    • if we are dealing with present times. And what is it they
    • frequently and ask, Considering the present state of science,
    • study general scientific subjects today (not in its present
    • forebears was considered to represent original sin. Such was
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • teeth, the child begins to take in the actual content presented
    • prevalent in our present civilization, with a markedly Bohemian
    • present, I should like to stress that I do not in any way
    • teaching. Here I am more concerned with presenting a basic
    • it to you. Outwardly, this is represented by the rhythmic
    • read, brought to mind the likeness of what they represented
    • present stage of civilization, because it represents the
    • it. If you fail to present arithmetic or writing lessons
    • the human being, the lesson content can be presented in the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • the Waldorf school. At present we could not possibly entertain
    • intellectual approach to it is something our present society is
    • patently present. Anyone who is aware of the great difference
    • impractical theories in our present business life. In reality
    • presented here in the right light, as a really practical form
    • accept that this sign, FATHER represents an actual father.
    • example, instead of presenting the child directly with letters
    • implying that they are a true representation of reality. And
    • so on, really represented the true situation — always
    • spelling method. According to present opinion, such a person
    • represents a reality. And it is important to see that, when a
    • so-called bow-wow theory, which represents the view that
    • represents more of a feeling into the materiality of things,
    • where sound represents an imitation, as in
    • represents a movement inward from outside. Consonants reproduce
    • that present definitions in physics are often not much better,
    • took it to school. He presented the plucked bird, saying,
    • year children only understand a pictorial presentation.
    • present more factual descriptions of plants. However, it is not
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • — to be presented in living, human terms.
    • lessons. As long as we present it imaginatively we can speak
    • The precipitate represents the denser parts, while a more
    • have been otherwise because, due to our present day scientific
    • more external presentation of the pictorial element, and this
    • Those two subjects in particular must be presented pictorially
    • present culture awaits. People in the middle of life come to
    • their present age in their astral body, but actually experience
    • is always to come down to the level of the children's present
    • present capacity to understand. On the other hand, the opposite
    • age it is wise for teachers to present graphic descriptions of
    • and events; these should, in themselves, present a complete
    • to present the animal world as a “spread-out human
    • does represent a complete about-face of children's nature
    • of the teacher as representative and mediator for the whole
    • child through the teacher, and this represented the only
    • to discover whether the teacher is truly worthy of representing
    • child, whose present state of consciousness has not yet
    • also find other helpful guidelines. But whatever is presented
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • everything if only the proper conditions present themselves for
    • should have a fairly clear picture of how the present situation
    • represents only one facet, one single chapter in life's book of
    • free of having to chew over their content while presenting
    • aspirations for contemporary education, as presented here, are
    • introduced into the present situation without any need for
    • something, not because I want to agitate against present
    • as the demand of an instigator for the immediate present. I
    • longer represents the sum total of meaningful gestures.
    • themselves well enough to present their lessons without having
    • such an attitude is present, such an impertinent reply would be
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • the child's own nature. This represents one side of what has
    • meeting. And finally, it was presented in the memorandum that,
    • present time, however dim this insight may have become today.
    • Real life presents some strange examples. And, although it is
    • following question must always be present for an education
    • Waldorf pedagogy into present social conditions, one has to put
    • particular situation. In itself this knowledge already presents
    • presented this way because they correspond essentially to
    • of this presents us with the greatest difficulties. But since
    • on; professions that in their present customary forms are still
    • essential today. This presents one side of the problem. The
    • represents a far-reaching ideal, we must not overlook the fact
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • paired, and, second, such a scheme would not represent real
    • presented a very different psychological picture than those
    • our meetings, the opportunity was presented to make fruitful
    • emulation. For the older people of the present day are not
    • whether this is done by using what was presented in the
    • over a year ago (where some English friends were present, and
    • in 1907.]) can be compared with what I presented to you again
    • elucidation by what was presented later.
    • it were not present, the school would be like a natural
    • lessons are presented) was really accomplished in one of our
    • present lessons out of the spirit that has become transformed
    • because those of you who have been present here as visitors
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • Here Steiner presents a thorough and understandable picture of
    • seeing) we would be presented with a kind of air-image of the
    • presented for outwardly expressing, clearly and visibly, what
    • already present in the way language is treated. Thus, there is
    • expression. However, there is no doubt that stage presentation
    • realized, the moving eurythmist would essentially present a
    • open to an artistic approach to speech than our present times.
    • completely in more recent times, as some of our present
    • present emphasis on prose meaning achieves today.
    • seen as something intended to represent the center of the
    • system has been set up that presents a caricature of human
    • misrepresentations among so many people. If there are enough
    • The Representative of Humankind,
    • do something for the cause represented here. In expressing my



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