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- Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
- to-day to find boys and girls educated together, in the same classes
- said that a man could develop in the fullest sense of the term when educated
- Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
- it was the Gymnasts in Greece who also educated the children. It was
- the Rhetoricians, later on, who educated the children. Finally, in
- civilization as a whole, it was the Doctor who educated the children.
- belonged by right to the Doctor, and the longing arose to educate
- turn our attention to those places where the Greek Gymnast educated
- of these places in Greece where the young were educated from the
- common property, so to speak, of the educated people. What was it, we
- Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
- education, without knowledge of which one cannot really educate or
- to educate a small class of mankind in this way. For in order to
- educate thus, part of man's work on the earth fell to the lot of
- educate, realizing as we do that these three a priori conditions
- for the soul itself was to be educated. And on account of the
- conditions of the times the soul could only be educated through
- educate in a time when the revolt in the soul between the seventh and
- ‘childhood’ is still going on? How shall we educate now
- educate in the Greek way, and in our times education can no longer be
- based on tradition and memory. We have to educate in accordance with
- the given factors of the moment. How, then, must we educate free
- prophets of future humanity if we would educate in the right way. The
- have implanted within its being. We educate in the wrong way to-day
- Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
- being, and from this intimate knowledge were able to educate the
- educated the whole human being by taking the body as the
- just when we desire to educate in accordance with the needs of our
- education should proceed just as the Greek educated the body? We have
- everywhere the question arises: How ought we to educate? But where
- it in education — but he cannot. One cannot educate with this.
- again educate unified human beings; we shall have human beings who
- Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
- we educate? That is the great question.
- ask ourselves: Why do we educate? Why is it that the animals grow up
- with the child to stand in front of him and want to educate him. Why
- to educate our children — but not their subconscious life. And
- possible to fail. It is on this account that we have to educate the
- educate once more.
- of man. They do not understand man and they want to educate him. This
- say: “There is too much intellectualism; we must educate less
- intellectually, we must educate the will.” Now the will must
- not be educated for its own sake. All talk as to which is best, the
- to be, that each one in his union can say how one ought to educate.
- that they and their contemporaries have been badly educated but they
- educated. For it is only possible to know how to educate when one
- educated. To one who has a deeper perception of human life, it is not
- so. The Greeks educated by instinct; they did not talk very much
- from man. And those who were educated were not only educated by
- for otherwise he can only educate half men and quarter men. The
- This feeling alone remains in him: he must educate, he must approach
- to educate by means of sense-perception, because the
- Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
- a dreadful heritage into later life. He is being educated for
- Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
- organism. If we educate in this sense, the child's life of feeling
- Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
- sense, parents who wish their children to be educated in a Christian
- educate in the sense of true Christianity must realize that before the age
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