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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • the souls of men in this ancient East, even at souls living in the
    • nature from the souls of men living to-day. The souls of men in those
    • before a body clothed me in my earthly existence, is living within
    • as soul and in this inner, living experience felt the body as
    • So living and intimate was
    • thou hast living experience of soul and Spirit, thou hast found the
    • spiritually in the living, instinctive existence of days of
    • Christianity was still living, buried their dead but held divine
    • A.D. We are now living in a third epoch which we must
    • living for some centuries is as yet little known or felt, albeit it
    • living in the world which once spoke to man from out of the cosmos
    • cosmos in man, faded away, and we are now living in a cosmos that is
    • of the living Spirit, we ourselves, in body, soul and Spirit, shall
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • history. We are living in an age when certain spheres of culture,
    • and increasingly so, to the outer world is roused to a living and
    • outside, but a force living in the very being of man.
    • living inspiration and revelation from the spirit in the immediate
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • dispute the still living influence of the Greek civilization in all
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • — remain living throughout the whole of his earthly life, right
    • they now be considered worthy of true human existence. We are living
    • be preserved in written form, living from generation to generation as
    • A living
    • extraordinary difficulties. To-day we are living at a time when, as a
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • must learn in the first place to perceive all that is not living, but
    • the living. If you were to find a corpse, you would not take it as
    • relate it to something living. Moreover you then have the inner
    • impulse to make this thing living and so to re-vitalize the whole of
    • reach the living man, just as the Greeks reached him in their education.
    • being in this way, we shall attain to a living Pedagogy and a living
    • standpoint of living thought, we must soar into the realm of art. If
    • we would bring the living spirit, the spiritual essence of feeling to
    • pedagogy should become so practical, so clear and so living a
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • association of ideas, a skeleton spirit, but a living
    • corpse of a living thinking and when we understand that we must work
    • our way through to this living thinking by self-development.
    • is the bringing of the living spirit right down into the bodily
    • different nature, to living ideas,
    • Greek find all that was living in the word, in the raging wind,
    • these words there lived the living creative force not only within man
    • the death of human feeling for the living LOGOS of the Gospel of St.
    • elementary life-force which enables man to have also a living
    • universe. And this must become living in us too if we would be men in
    • over the living impulse in the ‘word’ when the sentence
    • in itself but also of the world-creative spirit living in the WORD,
    • lifeless objects or at most in external living objects. Man is
    • from all that is super-sensible, all that is living in
    • Locke and Comenius. They show us what is living in the whole of
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • living conception of the human being develops into pure will in
    • imagines the table to be a living thing, he endows it with imaginary
    • feels as though the living were lifeless. When he hurts himself, a
    • of the table as living, for everything is as yet lifeless for him; he
    • treats the living and the lifeless exactly in the same way.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • age of seven by ourselves living a moral and spiritual life at his side.
    • by rhythm. The teacher must feel himself so inwardly living in this
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • first comes to school, we must make all outer things appear living.
    • himself and this living outer world. We must give him the feeling
    • give the child dry, abstract ideas instead of living pictures,
    • always be living and vital. We shall find that when he has passed the
    • given sufficient time to speaking of the plant world in living pictures,
    • of education aiming at the living development of the human being, the
    • of an animal. Only in its connections has it any living import.
    • the Cosmos in a living way.
    • particular age a living conception of the plant in its cosmic
    • filled with living sap in a moist, watery earth.
    • the mauve autumn crocus, and so on. Everywhere we can point to living
    • this way we place the plant in a living setting of the forces of the
    • living ideas, ideas that are drawn from actual reality and not from
    • an idea intelligible to the child; the whole earth as a living being of
    • living idea of the plants as an integral part of the earth, drawn
    • mineral substances but can think of the earth as a living being, as a
    • of the living, weaving forces of the earth itself, we can lead on to a
    • been given living ideas of the growth of the plants, we can pass on
    • from this study of the living plant to a conception of the whole
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  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • from the living whole to the separate parts, one touches the reality
    • a living stimulus for its formative activity and once energised it
    • human being a living synthesis of the whole animal kingdom, he is
    • presented to the child in the form of a living conception of time.
    • a realization that history is a living process and that man himself
    • by unfolding not a dead but a living perception. There is a great deal
    • point is that we must unfold living and not dead perception. In the
    • act of perception. That is living perception.
    • Just as our aim is to awaken a living perception of space, so must
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • from this point of view. The earth becomes a living being who brings
    • forth the plants, just as the living human head brings forth hair,
    • into a true relationship with other living beings standing below him
    • begin to awaken a living understanding through a knowledge of the
    • out-breathed air. The element of will is living in this language.
    • own language. The child's whole environment is living and articulate.
    • easier than to reveal in the living world around him qualities he
    • a living form pervaded through and through with feeling for the
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • also points to the practice and realizations in daily life of a living
    • a living nature, plastic ideas conveyed to the child in his art lessons on
    • the other hand call forth those living forces which play down even into
    • teaching be permeated with art, but a living understanding of art,



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