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- Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
- to the movements of a primeval nebula. Mechanical stirrings in this
- Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
- dance, man was inspired to set the strings in movement so that he
- his own movement he experienced something that poured into his word,
- were born from the outer bodily movements of the dances performed in
- perception to the meaning of these ordered movements in a Greek
- — one finds that all the forms of movement, all the movements
- the best way to stimulate the movement of the blood by the
- must carry out dance-like movements from his seventh year onwards.
- being carries out the corresponding movements with his limbs in the
- stimulated by bodily movement, grew strong and forceful in two
- directions. All movement and all palæstric in wrestling was
- limbs of the wrestler. Man's whole system of movement was to be
- to make the appropriate movements with skill, controlling his limbs
- from within. The moulding and rounding of the movements into harmony
- the movement, as it were, where force must flow into the movement.
- held that when the human being thus harmonized his system of movement
- Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
- at most movement in the dental sounds of speech, but the teeth become
- the natural, spontaneous movements of the lips which come from
- walking, in movement, even when the human being is twenty or
- Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
- functions of movement. It lays hold of the force arising in legs,
- organism play over into movement. The teacher especially must cherish
- movement of arms into dexterity of the fingers, all this is still an
- of movement assume a personal nature of will. The will now becomes
- independent in the organs of movement. The forces flowing from below
- is freed as a result of the inner processes in the organs of movement
- must see the will at work in the organs of movement, in the quite
- distinctive movement of fingers and arms, in the individuality of the
- is expressed in the movement of the lips. The change in the lip
- movements and the control of them by feeling which sets in between
- movement and configuration a reflection of the whole man. Dental
- he tingled to make those corresponding movements (shrugging the
- the whole of man's organism of movement. But humanity has forgotten
- the word does actually live in the movement of their limbs. And
- more a principle of movement in the whole of life.
- become creative in every movement. But in those days he knew still
- in my breath so that I make a corresponding movement, so did the
- Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
- knows something of this, but not very much. It knows that the movements
- connection between the movements of the right hand and the so-called
- Speech does not arise merely because a movement of the right hand
- first erratic and uncontrolled movements of the arms into gestures
- of speech is bound up with organic movement; life to begin with is
- learning to speak. First there are the outer movements, the movements of
- movements of the arms and hands correspond to the inflection and
- plastic form of the words. In short, outer movements are transformed
- into the inner movements of speech.
- speech arises from walking and grasping, in short from movement, so thought
- kind of reflex movement makes him strike the table. He does not think
- the aesthetic quality of form and movement in the plough, for
- Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
- and will that induce fatigue. Thinking and movements of the body
- movement. Even in purely mental activity the will is active and is
- to the organs of movement.
- two ways of carrying out bodily movements. Think of the kind of exercises
- kind of movement in games or in gymnastics, because only so will he
- grow up to be a civilized human being. As a rule movements which
- customary to make these movements. But this sets up processes of
- arranged — something that longs for expression in movements of
- for true movements of the body.
- we should lead over into games, into free movements in space, what the hands
- into movements in space, which should be a continuation, as it were,
- activity itself. What are the movements demanded by the human
- how irrelevant fidgeting changes into movements dominated by
- Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
- but writing entails the movement of only one particular member. That
- being must lend themselves to this movement. In reading only the head
- child's attention to definite contours, to movements, or even to actual
- Eurhythmy, for the vowels must be derived from movements that are an
- movements of the hand — by developing the letters in an artistic
- way, so that the letter does not spring from merely mechanical movements
- member, the system of metabolism and limbs. As organs of movement,
- movement are developed in great diversity of form in the higher animals.
- structure of the organs of movement, or the digestive organs.
- Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
- years ago, the so-called “Social Movement” of to-day
- Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
- taught leads to perfect control of bodily movement. If we are able to
- brought into movement in such a way that the child's thoughts must
- flow swiftly into the movements he makes. Thus by stimulating the
- how movement of the fingers of the right hand influences the speech
- organism, and how movement of the fingers of the left hand works upon
- abnormal. The movements of Eurhythmy also, although they are founded
- use. Since the movements are derived from laws of the human organism
- head and eyes perceive is thus guided into the movements of fingers
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