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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • learn to understand aright. So in the education of the human race
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • lie in previous activities and this very fact gives one the right
    • yet it was there instinctively, and rightly do the religions trace
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • under the influence of this ideal right down to the present time. Now
    • belonged by right to the Doctor, and the longing arose to educate
    • right light. Greek civilization was really a continuation, an
    • lives within them, develops these bodily roots in the right way and
    • also come to a right valuation of things in our own time.
    • seventh year of life onwards, can, if it is rightly permeated with
    • right down to the very finger tips, and then instinctively the human
    • lute in the right way. This was, as it were, the crown of the process
    • was made skilful in the right way through the choral dance.
    • song, was drawn from the healthy organism trained in the right way
    • being in the world, for it was known that when the arm is rightly
    • being by a right use of the
    • discover, in these depths, the right way to formulate the questions
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • whether its body was rightly expressing the divine life or
    • whole of earthly life, right up to death. To see that the
    • — remain living throughout the whole of his earthly life, right
    • that the Greek, by a right education, was at pains to preserve the
    • ‘child’ in the human being right up to death. And when we
    • civilization of Greece and has indeed come right down to modern
    • it is only when the faculties work unconsciously that they are right;
    • the most significant phenomenon of the Middle Ages and right up to
    • marvellous memory was the outcome of a right culture of the body.
    • prophets of future humanity if we would educate in the right way. The
    • praiseworthy efforts towards educational reform are to be rightly
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • right down into the body. As an example I will choose the way in
    • Right into its innermost being it imitates what is going on in its
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • itself during this period. If we rightly develop the feeling-nature
    • right relationship with his will, with his willing. And in this it is
    • is not right and that it ought to be changed; but they are just as
    • is the bringing of the living spirit right down into the bodily
    • human nature from symptoms. These things can only be rightly understood
    • rightly perceive how the mighty impulse pulsating through such a line
    • question of education in our age will only assume its right bearing
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • child tastes its mother's milk and first food right down into its
    • into a right equilibrium in the world of space. The child strives for
    • the upright posture, he strives to relate his legs to the law of
    • walk means to set the whole organism in a right orientation with the
    • important to perceive in the right way that the child is an imitative being,
    • right relation to the laws of space. All this inheres in the very
    • stage where the spiritual works right down into the physical. For the
    • how the child's organism adjusts itself to attain the upright
    • of the right hand correspond to a certain activity of the left side of
    • connection between the movements of the right hand and the so-called
    • Speech does not arise merely because a movement of the right hand
    • spirit, if the spirit is brought into the child in the right way.
    • in the right way. This process consists in a complete transformation
    • copy of the spiritual, our own thinking must be clear if right
    • Quite rightly
    • learning to walk after learning to stand upright and then we were to
    • no more about the human being than that he stands upright, that there
    • must we do if we are to help the child to the right kind of play?
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • all-important. True education can provide for a right life of sleep,
    • we have to find the right way to approach them. This way is found if
    • to develop from the artistic feeling, it will have the right intensity.
    • about a rightly balanced and not an excessive hardening process.
    • feeling that the spirit alone has value. Right education, however,
    • their unfolding is to have the right effect upon the state of sleep;
    • combustion to its right degree of intensity. All this must again be
    • methods of teaching that are right for this age of life, and there is
    • for, he will get the kind of sleep he needs. A right provision for the
    • waking life can thus cause a right life of sleep in which all the organic
    • the tendency to over-rigidity be balanced by the right degree of
    • combustion. This right balance then affects the life of sleep, and
    • is rightly to use his freedom in later life.
    • and love feels it to be true. Our sense of beauty grows in the right
    • rightly promote the health. A true art of education unmistakably
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • continued right on into the head. The animal's head belongs
    • that he stands rightly in the world through wisdom. A living intelligence
    • then brought into a right relationship instead of developing in a
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • intellectual formulae that are usually considered the right groundwork.
    • yet unfinished. This helps him to express an absolutely right
    • the outer (right). In the one the curves are absolutely
    • tail foremost, so in the teaching of arithmetic we must have the right
    • in the Waldorf School. Now a right division of the lessons into
    • have been rightly given, however, the previous subject will go on
    • be apparent that when a subject has been rightly taught and the time comes
    • right to teach in this way, is to ignore the factors that are at
    • given its right place. The plants must be studied in their connection with
    • ponder over anything because if rightly prepared it is there
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • The right age
    • take his rightful part in the social life of the world.
    • receive at school does not lead over at the right moment to the
    • incongruities, but we can adapt ourselves if at the right age we have
    • enable them to understand and find their right place in social life.
    • that something or other is right, without ever having tested it in
    • other extreme, imagining that this will put it right. The consequence
    • at the right age and in accordance with the laws of human development.
    • into the right path. To unfold the child's sense of gratitude is of
    • this way the basis for a right attitude to the Mystery of Golgotha
    • the latter case right preparation has been made and the Gospels will
    • world. We prepare the child rightly to realize from the ninth and
    • particular religious body to which he belongs. If we rightly
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • we rightly unfold the faculty of memory? Above all we must realize that
    • the physical body and allow the memory to unfold in the right way.
    • Art rightly
    • spirit, we shall rightly unfold the forces that must proceed from the
    • is not more right to overload the child with too many concrete
    • connect all such symptoms in the right way with the spiritual nature.
    • again as quickly. The right treatment for such a child will be to reduce
    • work right down into the physical constitution of the liver, for the
    • the third finger of the right hand and make him quickly repeat the
    • how movement of the fingers of the right hand influences the speech
    • introduce art to the child in the right way, not only must all our teaching
    • on the inner quality of soul in his sight, if at the right age he
    • learn, if we are to stand rightly in the world. And if the child is
    • to learn to observe aright, it is a very good thing for him to begin
    • at the right age. At the age when the child must realize that Nature
    • world, my dear friends? It is to be able at the right moment to
    • only comprehend the inorganic constituents of man's being. If at the right
    • Madonna” at the right age, not only showing the definite
    • the right age in life. Our civilization will never receive an impulse of

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