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- Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
- change of teeth. This is an event to which far too little importance
- organism is such that it brings the first teeth with it as an
- first teeth which are discarded at the seventh year. It is incorrect
- to imagine that the force which pushes up the second teeth at about
- the second teeth from the totality of force in the human
- culmination with the appearance of the second teeth, and they do not
- teeth because everything in this period of life is still interwoven.
- With the coming of the second teeth, this impelling force weakens. It
- inner being. Why is this? Now suppose new teeth were to appear every
- to continue through the whole of life, new teeth would appear
- approximately every seven years! The old teeth would fall out and be
- change of teeth? A being sent down to earth from spiritual heights!
- not only the first teeth but the whole body is cast off every seven
- been fostered in an elementary way up to the change of teeth —
- change of teeth. One may say it was necessary that the child's life
- change of teeth in the seventh year, the development of man's
- the change of teeth, up to the seventh year, can be maintained; the
- Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
- teeth. The time of the change of the teeth was, in Greece, the age at
- relation of the spirit to the human teeth. It will seem strange that
- in discussing man as a spiritual being, I speak first of the teeth.
- before them. It is realized that the teeth are necessary for eating;
- the teeth. It is known, therefore, that the teeth serve a useful
- the first lecture, it will dawn on you that the child develops teeth
- develops teeth for the purpose of thinking. Modern science little
- knows that the teeth are the most important of all organs of thought.
- For the child, up to the time of the second dentition, these teeth
- the head where the teeth are pressing through; it is bound up with
- press the teeth out from the jaw are the same forces that now bring
- childhood. With the same degree of intensity as it teethes, the child
- in the child, in exactly the same measure do the teeth emerge. In
- these teeth.
- year, the child undergoes the change of teeth. He gets his second
- teeth. I have already said that the force which produces the first
- and second teeth has been present in the whole organism of the child
- second teeth only come once. The forces which drive the second teeth
- organs. It worked in the physical organism, forced out the teeth,
- reached its culmination as physical force with the change of teeth
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- Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
- the seventh year at the change of teeth. The external processes that
- and can readily be perceived: the change of teeth is a remarkable
- teeth, does the head also release itself from this strong downward
- how thinking is connected with the force which enables the teeth to
- as the quality of thought is made manifest in the teeth and that
- Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
- us by a knowledge of the child's nature before the change of teeth at
- Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
- from early childhood to the school age is marked by the change of teeth at
- the time of the change of teeth onwards, his inner nature longs to shape
- children between the time of the change of teeth and adolescence.
- Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
- (after the change of teeth) all teaching should be given in an artistic,
- Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
- for a child to begin his school life is when he gets his second teeth,
- life, from birth to the time of the change of teeth. During these
- comes to school after the time of the change of teeth, the teaching of
- Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
- to be left alone up to the time of the change of teeth, when in the
- hand, from the time of the change of teeth, when the nature of soul and
- a load on the memory in the period of life between the change of teeth
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