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  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • greatest artistic achievement of the Cosmos — man himself.
    • science. If you try to understand the human being by the artistic
    • use of the artistic sense — man is none the less an artistic
    • effect that this way of artistic understanding is thoroughly
    • in an outwardly artistic sense, but taking the true path, we can allow
    • form of divine worship. Artistic creation was sanctified in the
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • thought. Theoretical observation passes over into artistic feeling
    • and becomes artistic, creative power. To see the spirit actively at
    • the human being, we must not merely set about this with an artistic
    • of ideas. He finds the way to an artistic apprehension of man; to an
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • one thing it is so utterly inartistic, in spite of its
    • toys that are dreadfully inartistic copies of life. The doll is
    • a hideous, ghostly production from the artistic point of view —
    • education therefore the essential thing is to be able to bring an artistic
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • artistic feeling. I am not here referring to the individual arts, but
    • civilization penetrated with artistic quality. This has very great
    • imbue our whole teaching with artistic quality, we influence the rhythmic
    • of all artistic creation lies in reality the unceasing activity of the
    • all-important early school years our teaching has a basic artistic
    • to begin with we stimulate the child's artistic feeling by letting
    • the paper from his innermost being. Then, as the child's artistic
    • essential thing — how greatly man is enriched by this artistic
    • a man inwardly barren, whereas artistic activity makes him inwardly
    • The pictorial and artistic tends of itself to pass into the more
    • stimulated the child artistically, we then allow the intellectuality
    • to develop from the artistic feeling, it will have the right intensity.
    • at the Waldorf School value is placed upon artistic rather than upon
    • and more artistically conceived educational system so develops the
    • the artistic, and all physical culture has a definite relation to the
    • hand we can give cur educational methods an artistic form (and remember,
    • in artistic activities the whole nature comes into play) a certain
    • for, as we have seen, the excessive richness of the artistic sense
    • artistic activity. If the child has been occupied artistically for
    • of the inner organic processes called up by the artistic work in the
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  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • (after the change of teeth) all teaching should be given in an artistic,
    • artistic element of painting and drawing. I have already said that if
    • movements of the hand — by developing the letters in an artistic
    • worked out with true artistic feeling.
    • to the nature of man. This is quite possible if the preliminary artistic
    • do our utmost to give the child a concrete, artistic understanding of
    • blood. Having spoken of the artistic modelling of the cup-like
    • with the necessary artistic feeling and is given in the form of pictures,
    • animals, all these give us a golden opportunity for artistic
    • an artistic synthesis of the separate parts of his being, which are
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • only thing still to be done is the artistic moulding of his lesson.
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • teaching during the Elementary School period is informed with artistic
    • Concrete artistic activity builds it up; activities of will
    • for in arithmetic we ought always to begin with an artistic
    • is concerned. For while for the normal human being they are artistic
    • be artistic from the beginning, but art itself must play its proper part
    • the artistic around him, in the arrangement of a room perhaps, and
    • distaste for the inartistic, but he will begin to observe those things
    • musical instruction is not only a means of unfolding his artistic
    • artistic feeling, then and only then is a true understanding of man
    • possessed of true artistic feeling and can introduce the child to
    • be left undone in the way of imbuing the child with artistic feeling at
    • is, and every artist has felt the same, that art is not a mere
    • of art and regards Nature as a creative artist, not until then is he
    • cur teaching itself be full of artistic feeling, but an understanding
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Siebenter Vortrag
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    • nicht bloß einen artistischen, künstlerischen
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Zwölfter Vortrag
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    • artistischen, künstlerischen Element, sondern wenn wir

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