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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • because the human race has passed through different conditions of
    • ancient times passed through a much more dreamlike, spiritual
    • the soul in this form: Through conception and birth I pass into
    • I pass through earthly death?” — this was the second.
    • Spirit in the stars — I shall return, when I pass through the
    • How do I pass through the portal of death?” And to begin with,
    • whither man would return after he had passed the gate of death, all
    • passed through earthly life and through death. For the death and
    • And so, this passing of the
    • this passing of the Godhead through a human body — contained
    • Nazareth passed, as all men pass, through the gate of death, but Who
    • descended upon Earth and passed through life, death and resurrection
    • Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha; you can live in the life,
    • longer recognise in Him Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • Why do we pass through earthly death? And in the third epoch this
    • we pass from this cosmos whose external aspect is revealed through
    • riddle of death by linking man with Christ Jesus Who had passed
    • the Christ Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha is the Logos,
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • strictly dispassionate and objective; art is said to have nothing in
    • the laws of Nature, we must pass over into the realm of art. A heresy
    • intellectuality must here be allowed to pass over into the domain of
    • when the kind of thinking that otherwise gives itself up passively,
    • observation of outer events, to allow thoughts passively to follow
    • thinking ought to be passive, and then they fall asleep because they
    • disrupted the very being of man. To pass from the state of disruption
    • passed over and were embodied in ritual and cult.
    • shown how man must regain a knowledge that passes by way of art to
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • nay even thousands of years, these souls have passed. The attempt
    • East. It was a conviction which passed over into Greek culture, for
    • humanity and we must then pass on to the answers that may be given by
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • the child passes its seventh year — and this, too, was known in
    • have been passed, the period during which human nature rises up most
    • puberty. The human being passed in dimmed consciousness through this
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • civilization has to offer, that can be passed on to the child in its
    • ‘objective,’ as passive and calm as possible, in short to
    • be a passive reflection of the outer world and a mere handmaiden of
    • They must not only be received by the child who sits passively, but
    • they must move his arms and hands and guide him when he passes out
    • thought. Theoretical observation passes over into artistic feeling
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • forces work and, arrested by the gums, pass over into speech. If at
    • passed over into Roman culture, becoming more and more shadowy, until
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • enacted by the human organism as it passes from the horizontal to the
    • passes into the brain, where it becomes the impulse of speech.
    • work in the child. All that comes to him from his environment passes
    • on the senses; it simply passes unnoticed by the child. Everything
    • intellectual leaves the child unaffected, he passes it by. What, then,
    • imagination in which his early years are passed. For if we allow his
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • then, must understand that when the child has passed his seventh year and
    • The pictorial and artistic tends of itself to pass into the more
    • though the impulse does not pass into action.
    • longs to pass from abstract words into the rhythms of poetry; the
    • life are passed by unperceived by the materialist. True observation of
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • fundamental form is firmly in his mind, we pass on to the
    • always be living and vital. We shall find that when he has passed the
    • the child a mental picture of the plant in its cosmic setting, we pass on
    • point of view it is easy to pass on to the different plants. For instance,
    • been given living ideas of the growth of the plants, we can pass on
    • pass on to consider the series of bones in the spinal column and the
    • threefold nature of his being. Passing to the animals, we explain how
    • can pass on to study man himself. This should be when the child is
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • from these studies passes out of the physical and etheric bodies into
    • which pass out of the physical and etheric bodies during sleep. But
    • another. Eventually, of course, we can pass on to the ordinary 1, 2,
    • must not pass on to addition in a lifeless, mechanical way merely adding
    • pass on to the separate parts; later, we find our way to the ordinary
    • Then for perhaps five or six weeks we pass on to another subject, but
    • That may safely be left to them! Everything depends on what has so passed
    • minuend, the product and thence pass on to the parts.
    • that is swallowed and passes into the stomach. Just as we would never
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • concepts and even dead feelings will pass with a withering effect
    • we must pass on from physics and chemistry to various forms of practical
    • expression — as a finer kind of habit which passes into the
    • passes from the stage of consciousness to that of self-consciousness.
    • mind that the child only begins to pass from consciousness to
    • age of nine or ten before we pass to the New Testament as such. In
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • from the outer world immediately engages his attention but passes away
    • foundation and what then passes over from the body into the soul.
    • song, but we must pass on as soon as possible to an understanding of
    • concepts and ideas have to pass into pictures. Any plastic skill that
    • develops from out of a vital principle passes back into
    • the dawn gates of beauty canst thou pass into the realm of
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Erster Vortrag
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    • passiv der äußeren Welt hingibt, das ja immer mehr
    • Passivität geworden ist, wiederum aktiv wird, wenn
    • anfängt, weil das Denken nur passiv ist, der Mensch nicht
    • der Maschine ab, und man kann ganz passiv sein. Und so hat man
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Zehnter Vortrag
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    • möchte sagen, wie ein Chamäleon; sie passen sich
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Elfter Vortrag
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    • Kindes nach den verschiedenen Lebensaltern anzupassen.

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