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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • imparted to man by his natural development, intelligence, reason,
    • moving through his body, forming part of his true manhood, but in
    • inner being or is imparted to him in ordinary life by earthly
    • the stars, the Godhead of Whom the Divine-Earthly is also part,
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • heavens are bereft of God, they are a part of Nature and men can no
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • which has already become an integral part of Anthroposophy. At the
    • will play an important part in the life of the future and the time
    • world through knowledge — communicated, for the most part, by
    • holiness all that had been impressed into the particular medium of
    • be rediscovered. Inspiration must again impart a truly
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • will be made to explore the means by which, in this particular age,
    • the harmony of its parts and its modes of activity the body itself
    • particularly of the soul, one which ^carries on the training of the
    • particular aspect of the aim of Waldorf School education, I should
    • of the body, a training directed in particular to the air-processes
    • of the young, their own particular kind of training of the human
    • being. It was the result of oriental influence. The particular
    • merely hold good for this or that particular nation, but for all
    • harmonized in such a way that the separate parts should work together
    • truly and that for any particular mood of his soul he should be able
    • Skill, proficiency, and harmonization of the different parts of the
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • apart from the ordinary pursuits of social life, which were an affair
    • say, indeed, this departure from such eternal principles of human
    • educate thus, part of man's work on the earth fell to the lot of
    • that of the part played in human life by the seventh year, a truth
    • deeply connected with the whole evolution of man. Part of man's
    • to him without activity on his part but that he must attain to wisdom
    • applies fundamentally to the greater part of humanity to-day.
    • imparted by the spirit has not yet come into being. Everything is of
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • imparted to the human being comparatively late in life, indeed
    • But particularly in this present age it behoves us to turn with
    • This is something that tradition has imparted and there is no actual
    • particular point in space and time, with some particular form.
    • imparting an understanding in the soul of how to bring back all that
    • air flows in a particular way from the lungs and the larynx through
    • seventh and fourteenth years of life, with particular regard to his
    • upward-flowing stream of light, with that part of the chemistry of
    • his second teeth, the part of the etheric body that drives the teeth
    • sounds, the particular task performed by the teeth.
    • in other parts of the human organism.
    • the lips. And it is the labial sounds which impart warmth and loving
    • which the teacher can take part and thereby a most wonderful
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • generated in particular by the way in which the breathing is carried
    • energetic will if he uses the front part of his foot and has a
    • thing that was imparted to the teachers of the Waldorf School in the
    • sounds, willing in the palatal sounds which particularly influence
    • see approximately how the departure from the Logos and the turning
    • LOGOS, is only accepted at all because it forms part of tradition.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • particular cases. Such practice must be the outcome of actual
    • become a part of the bodily constitution. The vascular system and
    • thinking on the part of the teachers about the beginning of the century.
    • is an ‘upper’ and a ‘lower’ part of his
    • of a man guiding his plough over the field one can feel, apart from
    • quite apart from its purpose (and it is the æsthetic sense
    • realize that although imitation is a part of the very nature of the
    • that often play so large a part in modern Kindergarten methods, have
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • in his environment, including the moral qualities, now plays a part
    • formation of bone, cartilage and sinew, in all those parts of the
    • men are not ancient Greeks, and they do not understand the part played
    • this particular form, but none the less expressed in the character,
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • but writing entails the movement of only one particular member. That
    • but this particular way is the best for very young children. We
    • world. The child only begins to realize himself as a being apart from
    • connections of Nature. To study some particular plant by itself, to
    • no meaning apart from the human head. Its meaning lies simply and
    • particular age a living conception of the plant in its cosmic
    • which the plants are an integral part.
    • living idea of the plants as an integral part of the earth, drawn
    • root in something partly earth, partly plant, that is, in the trunk
    • geography, which can play a great part in the child's development if
    • for the tree decays and falls into dust. At the particular age of which
    • system of nerves and the softer parts that lie within it. The head
    • formation of the skull which encloses the soft parts of the brain, we
    • inner parts are soft and are surrounded by shell-like formations.
    • head, and more particularly the nervous system, must not be correlated
    • give a concrete picture of how the front part of the spine in the
    • the virginal state — the soft parts of the brain with their
    • an artistic synthesis of the separate parts of his being, which are
    • evolved in such a way that they fit in with the other parts of his body.
    • they will play no small part in the position a man may take in the world
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  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • their very nature they are allied to every part of man's being.
    • another experiment. What has happened in this particular case? The
    • the whole, starting from the whole and then proceeding to its parts,
    • whole and then proceeding to the parts. Unity it is which first of
    • And now we go on from the whole to the parts, or members. Here then we have
    • partition the 3 comes into being, but the unit always remains as the
    • from the whole to the parts. Then we shall easily find the other
    • start not from the parts of the addition sum but from the sum total
    • are 14 balls. Now we divide them, extending this concept of a part
    • the items composing it, from the whole to the parts. The method we
    • pass on to the separate parts; later, we find our way to the ordinary
    • from the living whole to the separate parts, one touches the reality
    • into two parts, but how must we divide 10 to get the number 5. The
    • are the realities. What we have to deal with is the abstract part
    • in man, that is, the part which works on during sleep and which also
    • small part only of the soul's experience; nevertheless the rest is
    • not forget and then remember again! The part played by the fact of
    • his different parts and members. Here again it is essential to start
    • then of the parts. But to this end it is also necessary to take one's
    • parts. If in counting we simply place one thing beside another, and
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  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • himself as an individual apart from the world. Before this age there
    • take his rightful part in the social life of the world.
    • this particular language; hence the elements of intellect and will
    • particularly from the element of plastic fantasy, which, so to say,
    • being in a particular way.
    • that the effects produced on the nature of man by one particular
    • particular branch of knowledge the human being is left at the stage
    • avoid all rules, we cannot impart to the child the requisite inner
    • promulgate any particular philosophy or religious conviction. In this
    • over-enthusiasm or of honest conviction on the part of the teachers.
    • an adherent of any particular philosophy.
    • the element of pure pedagogy plays an important and essential part in
    • particular religious body to which he belongs. If we rightly
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • particular faculties that should be unfolded during the different
    • of medical instruction ought to form part of the training course for
    • entirely to the school doctor. I think we are particularly fortunate
    • particular temperament.
    • particular class to go on to the next. Now in an art of education
    • where the child is taught in accordance with his particular age of
    • of course, each class consists of children of one particular age. If
    • nonsense to speak of abnormalities or disease of the spiritual part
    • particularly in rousing the will and the like. When a child is
    • heels and not with the toes and the front part of the foot. (All
    • be artistic from the beginning, but art itself must play its proper part
    • motif in art plays its part in a particular epoch. Only so will those
    • an all-essential part of Waldorf School education. True indeed it
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Zehnter Vortrag
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    • zumeist auf höhere Partien des Mathematischen bezieht,



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