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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • Lecture: Three Epoch
    • Epochs in the Religious
    • In every epoch of human
    • can look back to a very ancient epoch which came to a close about the
    • year 800 B.C. Then we see an epoch radiant in
    • can arise in our vision a third epoch, an epoch in which we stand
    • epochs has striven for something else. In each of these epochs man
    • soul in the several epochs. It is only in the modern age of
    • realise that the constitution of the human soul in the first epoch of
    • evolution was not by any means the same as in the epoch crowned by
    • of existence in this second epoch. This riddle of death emerges with
    • in the epoch that began about a thousand years before the Mystery of
    • A.D. We are now living in a third epoch which we must
    • first and second epochs stand clearly before us when we look back
    • over history. The riddle of the third epoch in which we have been
    • was very different in the first epoch of human evolution and
    • epoch looked to the Christ, felt Him in their hearts and in this deep
    • justification of earthly existence. In the second epoch, man lived in
    • Then came the third epoch,
    • the Earth. In this epoch men can no longer see Christ as the Being
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  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • demands of any given epoch. To begin with, I want to describe to you
    • educational ideals of the different epochs — the ideals striven
    • epochs in respect of the perfecting of the education and instruction
    • developed throughout the Middle Ages, an epoch when the qualities of
    • ideal of one epoch appears to the eyes of another. For what steps
    • value in other epochs, we may acquire a foundation upon which we can
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • our present epoch the whole situation of education must be different
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • in any given epoch is naturally dependent on the general form of
    • human evolution are really due to the belief that ancient epochs,
    • epoch, that we feel how little progress has been made by civilization
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • criticizing any epoch, nor do I say that one epoch is of less value
    • than another. I merely want to describe how the different epochs
    • epochs have to be characterized more by negative, some more by
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • describing one epoch after another and showing how the first is the
    • back leads into the epoch of the birth of Christ. In a large room it
    • prevailing in the various historical epochs. Nor need we confine
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • developed in the different epochs of human history, how this or that
    • motif in art plays its part in a particular epoch. Only so will those
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Achter Vortrag
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    • geschichtlichen Entwickelung von Epoche zu Epoche
    • geführt haben, so daß in jeder Epoche
    • allen Zeiten, in allen Epochen der
    • kann zurückblicken in eine sehr alte Entwickelungsepoche
    • vorchristlichen Jahrhundert. Man kann dann in eine Epoche der
    • hereingekommen ist. Und man kann dann eine dritte Epoche ins
    • Auge fassen, eine Epoche, an deren Aufgang wir eigentlich jetzt
    • Jede dieser Epochen hat über dasjenige hinaus, was dem
    • nach etwas anderem gestrebt. Jede dieser Epochen hat ein
    • Weltenrätsel empfunden. Und in jeder Epoche hatte dieses
    • Seelenzustände in den verschiedenen Epochen
    • genannten Epoche in einer ganz anderen Weise geartet als in
    • jener Epoche, die sich erfreuen durfte des Eintrittes des
    • Epoche, in der wir das Mysterium von Golgatha wiederum suchen
    • Menschheitsepoche vorhanden. Es war bei diesen Seelen vielmehr
    • der Mensch in diesen älteren Epochen. Und er erlebte sich
    • zweiten Epoche der Menschheitsentwickelung: er erlebte
    • Epoche, die ein Jahrtausend vor dem Mysterium von Golgatha
    • dritten Epoche drinnen, die wir erst richtig verstehen
    • großen Rätsel der ersten und der zweiten Epoche
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  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Zehnter Vortrag
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    • den Unterricht epochenweise zu erteilen, so wie er in der
    • dann ist gerade das epochenweise Erteilen dasjenige, was am
    • allerfruchtbarsten sich erweist. Epochenartiger
    • Epochenunterricht gerade mit dem rechnen, was unbewußt
    • es bei der nächsten Epoche, wo dasselbe Fach getrieben
    • Epoche nach der anderen schildern und immer darstellen, wie das
    • Lebensweise in einzelnen Epochen der Weltgeschichte.
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Elfter Vortrag
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    • Lebensepochen, setzen dasjenige in den Klassenunterricht
    • richtige Lebensepoche nach der Entwickelung der Menschen
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Zwölfter Vortrag
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    • verschiedenen Epochen der Menschengeschichte entwickelt



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