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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • will, feeling and by his earthly education, each of these three
    • before a body clothed me in my earthly existence, is living within
    • a kind of sheath, merely an instrument for the purposes of earthly
    • conviction that before a physical body clothed him on Earth, he had
    • pre-earthly existence and hence with equal certainty that they would
    • inner being or is imparted to him in ordinary life by earthly
    • physical life and move upon Earth; I am clothed in my physical body
    • brought thee into an earthly existence which is itself of a Divine
    • his earthly existence hallowed, although in his waking life he still
    • the soul. To the old riddle of man's earthly existence there was
    • that of man's earthly death.
    • came to feel death in earthly existence with any intensity. Whereas
    • my earthly body?” This had been the first riddle. “How do
    • I pass through earthly death?” — this was the second.
    • the chains that bind me to this earthly existence fall away, I shall
    • belong to the Earth no more. My earthly being will be changed and lo!
    • I shall once again live in the super-earthly kingdom, I shall be
    • from a pre-earthly existence I have come forth. To the stars to the
    • there was nothing on the Earth which could help him to solve this
    • later tongue. But now, all consciousness of the pre-earthly existence
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  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • substantial, using earthly matter and evolving architecture,
    • our whole “objective” mode of thinking, this earth must
    • earthly existence.
    • worlds into earthly existence. Without super-sensible knowledge there
    • spiritual heights are brought down to earthly existence, and we can
    • morality. The earth-born knowledge which has given us our science of
    • super-sensible to the earth again, to experience it in religious life
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • and activity of earthly man. Our understanding of Greek civilization,
    • Here, on earth, between birth and death, the soul and spirit must be
    • merely open his eyes to the earthly but also to the super-sensible.
    • And he knew: To regard the soul and spirit here on earth as being
    • prompted the Oriental, in considering the earthly evolution of the
    • perfection on earth. The Oriental would never have considered a
    • which the Gods had given to man for his life on earth. And,
    • earthly man. And this was the whole spirit of Greek education.
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • act again within the entire course of earthly life. Now this fact
    • change of teeth? A being sent down to earth from spiritual heights!
    • earthly life. And as he observed the child he tried to discover
    • pre-earthly existence. It was of importance for the Greek that in the
    • revealed to the Greek what the forces of pre-earthly life had made
    • out of the child. The child was thought to bear its earthly
    • sheaths proper, its first earthly sheaths, only from about the
    • from pre-earthly life are still working in it. When the seventh year
    • which the child possesses from pre-earthly existence, and which have
    • whole of earthly life, right up to death. To see that the
    • — remain living throughout the whole of his earthly life, right
    • educate thus, part of man's work on the earth fell to the lot of
    • ‘child’ in man until the time of earthly death. Now this
    • the whole earthly existence of man a matter of ‘habit’ in
    • child forces can be maintained until earthly life ends with death.
    • the immediate moment of life in which man enters upon earthly
    • of childhood must remain in the human being up to the time of earthly
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • forces in the course of earthly life up till death. They become
    • body I call the etheric body, which strives away from the earth out
    • earthly gravity. And just as we gradually learn to relate the
    • earthly existence on account of all the facts which I have described,
    • so, similarly, is there a point in the earthly life of man which on
    • extraordinary importance in earthly existence. This is the age when
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • self-contained personality; he is strongly subject to earthly
    • gravity, to the earth's force of attraction. He struggles with
    • earthly gravity until about the twenty-first year. And in this
    • sole of his foot on the earth otherwise than he did before. This,
    • earth; the direction of will from earth to heaven. These two
    • And because here on earth man has the opportunity of bringing about
    • in the surging wave, even in the rumbling earthquake. It was
    • the word that pealed forth from the earth.
    • something which can recognize in the body of man and in his earthly
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • of the child for the whole of its later earthly life. If we wrongly
    • whole earthly life is already present from the first.
    • questionable methods remain for the whole of the earthly life, and
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • man bears within him throughout his earthly life the results of the
    • although man devotes to it one-third of his earthly life. This
    • go through life feeling that his body is “of the earth
    • earthly,” that it is of no value and must be overcome. Then he
    • earthly existence we hold man to be the most precious creation
    • to us here on earth?
    • being whom the Gods have sent down to earth becomes a revelation of
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • Similarly, the plant only has meaning in its relation to the earth,
    • always begin by showing how it is related to the earth and to the sun.
    • number of lessons. Here (drawing on the blackboard) is the earth; the
    • roots of the plant are intimately bound up with the earth and belong
    • to it. The chief thought to awaken in the child is that the earth and
    • earth-substances permeate the root; the root then tears itself away
    • from the earth and sends a shoot upwards; this shoot is born of the
    • earth and unfolds into leaf and flower by the light and warmth of the
    • sun. The sun draws out the blossoms and the earth retains the root.
    • the child's attention to the fact that a moist earth, earth inwardly watery
    • in nature, works quite differently upon the root from what a dry earth
    • filled with living sap in a moist, watery earth.
    • explain how the rays of the sun, falling perpendicularly to the earth,
    • connections between root and earth, between blossom and sun.
    • sun, moon and earth. True, one cannot enter deeply into this working
    • sun and the earth, the plant has no existence.
    • earth; the earth sprouts forth, as it were, produces a hillock (swelling);
    • earth substance no longer; it changes into something that lies
    • trunk of a tree. On this plant that has grown out of the earth, other
    • trunk of the tree is really earth-substance carried upwards. This
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  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • the earth and the different animal species in their connection with
    • the earth and the earth itself as an organism, when he can see in the
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • know the plants in their connection with the earth and studies them all
    • from this point of view. The earth becomes a living being who brings
    • only of course the forms contained in the earth, the plants, have a
    • world and with the whole earth is of great value to the well-being of
    • of the animal species spread over the earth, we help to bring him
    • minerals and rocks. The plants as they grow out of the earth are in
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • Since however in earthly existence the being of soul and spirit can
    • life, that bind men to the earth; in the other scale lie the

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