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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • bodily life as was the case in earlier times. He looks upon birth as
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • that is to say, one who had completely Harmonized his bodily nature
    • to bring the divine beauty of the world into bodily expression in the
    • Gymnast's manner of education, based as it was on the bodily nature
    • harmonization of the bodily nature of man. All the beauty, all the
    • the soul-nature in so far as it manifests in the bodily nature. The
    • who no longer handles the soul-nature in its bodily-working,
    • Thus bodily, gymnastic education develops into rhetorical,
    • a kind of bodily culture. And he hoped, as the result of a special
    • example of this refined bodily culture. It consisted in a definite
    • process, which is fundamentally a bodily function, into something
    • in the human being, but centred, nevertheless, in the bodily
    • the bodily nature of man, in the body that is created by God. If a
    • lives within them, develops these bodily roots in the right way and
    • them. The fact that the Oriental only looked to the bodily nature was
    • deeply rooted in his whole conception of humanity. This bodily
    • bodily nature of man? He was justified because his philosophy did not
    • of it. He was justified in seeking for the material, bodily
    • attention paid to the bodily nature in Greek civilization is simply
    • to the outer eye, was entirely a bodily exercise, a kind of concerted
    • thus it was transformed from a physical, bodily process into
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  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • the bodily pressure and impulses to a certain extent grow less
    • seventh year. In the first seven years of life the bodily sheaths
    • bodily functions, however, proceeds as though unconsciously. Indeed
    • development is no longer of a purely bodily nature but when the soul
    • out of this bodily proficiency. And because of this self-development
    • by the bodily constitution up to the seventh year and the direction
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • only after his bodily education had been completed, at about the
    • have to do is to find the way to approach even bodily education from
    • picture of bodily man before him and the bodily man was at once a
    • (not of course in the external, bodily sense) for it arises whenever
    • took his start from the bodily man who was there before him. We must
    • experience their bodily education as a continuation of what we have
    • branches: intellectualistic education and bodily training. The one
    • the bodily constitution and becomes an independent function of soul.
    • bodily growth and development; but this is only the external aspect.
    • from the bodily constitution. How wonderful in a child of seven are
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • respectively and release themselves from the bodily constitution of
    • of life. The whole process of bodily organization during this period
    • the human being when we bring the spirit into contact with the bodily
    • is the bringing of the living spirit right down into the bodily
    • constitution, the bodily functions.
    • nature of man even though it was a bodily, gymnastic education that
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • child experiences the functions of its bodily organism. All these
    • reappear later in the form of bodily diseases.
    • soul and spirit are always at work upon his bodily nature. We observe
    • element of truth in speech is taken into the whole bodily organism. A
    • spiritual becomes physical, and works directly into the bodily
    • become a part of the bodily constitution. The vascular system and
    • lacerate the soul of the child, but also harm his bodily
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • the teacher in an organic bodily sense. And so a pictorial,
    • from the bodily activities, but if we over-intellectualize, man will
    • ask this question: ‘How does bodily exercise affect the life of
    • All bodily
    • two ways of carrying out bodily movements. Think of the kind of exercises
    • they cannot get the deep, sound sleep they need, and the bodily
    • intellect. Nothing so easily induces a craving for bodily exercise as
    • processes of combustion are harmonized. Bodily and mental training
    • fidgetiness caused by most modern systems of bodily training are
    • temperament and bodily health.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • by the bodily forces as a whole. Reading is then grasped mentally,
    • his bodily mechanism without calling upon the eye as well.
    • expression of the bodily organs of man, that one system of organs comes
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • of body, soul and spirit; his bodily nature is formed and moulded by the
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • languages appeals more to the soul and less strongly to the bodily
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • every little intimate effect that is being produced on the bodily
    • taught leads to perfect control of bodily movement. If we are able to
    • draws, his bodily nature bestirs itself together with his qualities of
    • with the bodily health of the children can proceed in fullest harmony
    • affects the very roots of bodily development.
    • in the child's diet, he will be able to use this bodily organ as a
    • the soul are never ill. Illness can only occur in the bodily
    • and intimate qualities and forces of the bodily nature of man.
    • activity. Great attention of course must be paid to bodily training
    • the bodily nature. This proves how very necessary it is to realize



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