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- Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
- of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
- gradually grow to be conscious of his cosmic existence, the
- Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
- “sought,” but was looked for as the natural growth of the
- into a cellar and then make them grow under electric light, possibly
- Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
- the seventh year the human being grows and develops according to
- Nature-principles, as it were. The Nature-forces of growth, the being
- the bodily pressure and impulses to a certain extent grow less
- develop. The body grows weaker, the soul stronger, as it were.
- with it in the first seven years of life. It can grow up in the
- forces of growth which have developed in the child up to the seventh year,
- child was led on by the elemental forces of growth to the time of the
- is really a paradox to modern man, but he must, none the less, grow
- with the growth of the impulse of human freedom which is at present
- Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
- that we grow beyond abstract and theoretical ideals.
- innermost spirituality of the child. The growth-forces of the teeth
- teeth, which had, at first, the independent task of growing in
- growth-forces of the teeth free themselves and become the force of
- years. Just as we must seek in the growth-forces of the teeth, in the
- denotes a certain climax of growth, so at the close of the subsequent
- bodily growth and development; but this is only the external aspect.
- Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
- of growth.
- “grown-up” when they have reached the age of fourteen or
- upwards, whereas before this age all the force of his growth and
- ask ourselves: Why do we educate? Why is it that the animals grow up
- grow. Some day people will be able to observe how the inner force of
- formations, the forces lying in the growth of plants and all natural
- and how it had to prepare for a growth of the inner impulse of
- Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
- this; he wants to listen to true speech, the speech of grown men and
- pictures of what grown-up people do.
- organism to grow strong in this way, he will develop in later life
- Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
- intellectual powers in the child we arrest growth; but we liberate the
- forces of growth if we approach the intellect by way of art. For this reason
- that many grown-up people are too inwardly rigid. They seem to walk about
- grow up to be a civilized human being. As a rule movements which
- grown-up people practice are considered the best, for since the
- ideal is that the child should grow up an exact copy of his elders,
- and love feels it to be true. Our sense of beauty grows in the right
- teacher himself loves it. Then we grow up, not bound hand and foot by
- growing human being a work of divine creation. There is no more
- God Himself. The growing human being is indeed His most splendid
- manifestation. If we learn to know this growing human being not
- faculty of true observation. This will grow into an inner moral
- Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
- a purely mental concept. On the other hand, a healthy growth will
- us. The hair by itself is nothing; it cannot grow of itself and has
- solely in the fact that it grows on the head of a man, or on the skin
- to describe how the whole of its growth is finally concentrated in the
- seed vessels from which the new plant is to grow.
- trunk of a tree. On this plant that has grown out of the earth, other
- plants grow — the branches. The child thus realizes that the
- grow like branches.
- tree that has already crumbled to dust, from which the plants grow
- or mushroom-like growth. We now explain how a plant like a
- been given living ideas of the growth of the plants, we can pass on
- yellow flowers abound; in others the plants are stunted in their growth,
- we enclosed a hand for instance in an iron glove, it could not grow.
- no quality of growth. Now the human being must grow as his organism
- grows. The child must be given mobile concepts, concepts whose form
- living in Nature. Then he will develop in a body which grows as
- Nature herself grows. We shall not then be guilty, as educational
- incapable of growth. We shall foster a living growing soul in harmony
- with a living, growing physical organism and this alone can lead to a
- by virtue of his strength of will. The will grows inwardly strong if
- Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
- spirit and tends to be forgotten, to fade away and grow dim during
- Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
- child's development at the successive stages of growth. I have
- minerals and rocks. The plants as they grow out of the earth are in
- destiny has grown beyond man's control simply because education has not
- document in all the world. What he gains from this reading grows into
- quite wrong. Anthroposophy has been given for grown-up people; one
- speaks of Anthroposophy to grown-up people, and its ideas and
- to take what is destined for grown-up people in anthroposophical
- as given to grown-up people is naturally not introduced into the Waldorf
- Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
- notices a child growing paler and paler. Another child may lose his
- child who grows paler and paler must therefore be relieved, whereas
- School, the child, the growing human being, is handled according to
- during the period of growth, are given an impulse that proceeds from
- grows from a sense of inner responsibility. This power will increase
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