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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • times, when we must learn to understand this Mystery of Golgotha if
    • ancient times passed through a much more dreamlike, spiritual
    • In those ancient times man
    • bodily life as was the case in earlier times. He looks upon birth as
    • the man of very ancient times, as he gazed into his innermost being,
    • times, in three penetrating words:
    • darkness, and for the first time indeed in the last few thousands of
    • in earlier times he had little sense of his body and a strong sense
    • God Who in earlier times only revealed Himself from the stars —
    • knowledge has fallen in recent times?
    • this was the answer given by the Initiates in the earliest times
    • — although at the same time it solves them anew and
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • this course but to many who are listening for the first time to
    • second time last year, in the ancient university of Oxford. And perhaps
    • In our time,
    • broadest sense it must be admitted that for some time now there has
    • contrary, we hold that because Anthroposophy can at all times efface
    • given up your time of summer recreation to listen to subjects that
    • will play an important part in the life of the future and the time
    • bore witness to the great need of our time for moral impulses to be
    • this thought, and so must hold fast to the remnants of olden times,
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • of modern times. Already there is a feeling — a feeling which
    • only a short time ago was rarely present — that the child of
    • understanding with youth than was the case in earlier times.
    • generally admitted that the successive periods of time in Nature can
    • from the humanity of the Middle Ages or of the present time. We must
    • treatment of children at the present time is to be practical and not
    • time. It must be a social concern in the future as well. In
    • cultural influence even at the present time. Nobody, to-day, will
    • under the influence of this ideal right down to the present time. Now
    • for the first time there arises the ideal of the Doctor, the
    • more modern times and in the time of the rise of materialism in
    • the times. We must bear this inner process of human evolution in mind
    • development on into our own times, unless we look at the course of
    • of human civilization unless we sometimes pause to consider how the
    • become so by the time of Jewish culture, but the very one-sidedness
    • attained in times when man was still able to behold the soul and
    • ideal of later times, would have seemed to him a deadening of that
    • which we to-day think of as so sublime, was regarded in those times
    • teaching and education (which really date from earlier times) laugh
    • also come to a right valuation of things in our own time.
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  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • the seventh year unfolds for the first time at this age. It is
    • the Greek see in the little child from birth to the time of the
    • years — cast off for the first time, that is to say, in the
    • child was led on by the elemental forces of growth to the time of the
    • our own time women have sought to take their share in social life.
    • ‘child’ in man until the time of earthly death. Now this
    • at a time when the following question arises: How ought we to
    • signs of the times if we desire to discover the true impulse
    • times, proved by its very nature that in regard to education and
    • development, a development of the individual. In this time, for
    • to be; to the realization that women must be respected. At this time
    • times. In effect, the conservation of the forces of early childhood
    • modern times so far as this second period of life is concerned. And
    • only now for the first time do we see the powerful forces of revolt
    • culture of the Greeks. It would have been nonsense in those times.
    • at times it is true that he does in fact experience these things. But
    • conditions of the times the soul could only be educated through
    • extraordinary difficulties. To-day we are living at a time when, as a
    • innumerable efforts towards educational reform in our time. It is out
    • educate in a time when the revolt in the soul between the seventh and
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  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • civilization prevailing at the time. What the general form of
    • time the spirit is really only a mental conception — a spirit
    • time; this man had limits to his being; he was bounded by his skin.
    • particular point in space and time, with some particular form.
    • has definite place in space and time, who has spirit, soul, body, a
    • teeth. The time of the change of the teeth was, in Greece, the age at
    • For the child, up to the time of the second dentition, these teeth
    • child during the time when the teeth are the organs of thought; it is
    • significant. The actual points of time are, of course, approximate
    • about the fourteenth or fifteenth year, there is once more a time of
    • constitution of the human being. And during the time of
    • one becomes aware of how in actual fact at this important time round
    • not of course in a sentimental, but in a truly human sense. And so we
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • externalities. In our time, in their own opinion, human beings are
    • the first time. For all will works from below upwards; all thought
    • Some time in the future it will be just natural to speak of the
    • some future time people do not only look through the microscope or
    • times, is the Gospel of St. John — the deepest and most
    • if we would learn from ancient times something for our present age.
    • times, all wisdom, all science was a paraphrase of the sentence
    • became the chief medium of education up to the time of the sixteenth
    • devotion arising within man in times when he believed himself to be
    • the most devout people of that time, those who felt most deeply the
    • earlier times. Then we shall understand how education in its old form
    • Before this time there was always a shadow of the spirit in the WORD,
    • which, in earlier times, knowledge, civilization and power were
    • those times, there must develop for the sake of the present age
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • time now it has been usual to hear in educational circles that this
    • years. In his time there were only three academic years.
    • fact, all education of the child is at the same time physical education.
    • activities between the ages of fifty and sixty, a time of life when
    • the time when a child is learning to speak, for in those years the
    • was no clarity and precision of thought around them during the time when
    • disturbances may arise from untruthful actions during the time at
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • imitative period of his childhood from birth up to the time of the
    • principle of his education at this age. From the time of the second
    • same time the very best training for the physical body.
    • about two hours — and the length of time must be carefully
    • own education, claim at the same time to know what education ought to be
    • the time of the change of teeth onwards, his inner nature longs to shape
    • A long time
    • children between the time of the change of teeth and adolescence.
    • At all times
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • aware, and this time in his head, of what has already been elaborated
    • requirements of our times.
    • given sufficient time to speaking of the plant world in living pictures,
    • child. The very best age for this is the time between the ninth or
    • earth should be at the same time a knowledge of the world of the plants.
    • world, but he is at the same time raised above the animals because he
    • minutes or so must be developed stage by stage for a long period of time;
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • given these exercises for a certain time, he will proceed to others.
    • time and not limit them by the activity of the astral body and Ego.
    • human being has been asleep the whole time. You will say: “Yes,
    • Moreover, at the same time and by other means we can give an idea of
    • times 10=20, 3 times 10=30. Here we are no longer considering
    • to continue the different lessons for certain periods of time as we do
    • another. Instead of having timetables setting forth definite hours:
    • be apparent that when a subject has been rightly taught and the time comes
    • conception of the historical sequence of time in
    • attention is paid to the conception of time in itself. But suppose I
    • changed into time.
    • presented to the child in the form of a living conception of time.
    • conception of time has been awakened, we can begin to imbue history with
    • body of teachers must be such that every teacher is given ample time to
    • should convey a conception of time by a picture of successive
    • said many times that education should work upon the being of man as a whole
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • age when for the first time we may draw the child's attention to processes
    • age. The less we speak of causality before this time the stronger,
    • time when this should be done, namely, at the age of fourteen or fifteen.
    • life, not to spend all their time learning Egyptian, a language
    • of feeling. Although in the course of time intellectualism has tinged
    • children; a great deal of time, moreover, is devoted to this subject.
    • life, from birth to the time of the change of teeth. During these
    • him, and learns at the same time not only the outer sounds and tones
    • comes to school after the time of the change of teeth, the teaching of
    • compromise demanded by the times and in the early days to confine our
    • time now it has been a school for all classes of the community, and
    • his development in time. Try for a moment to realize what a difference
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • 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
    • between the eleventh and twelfth years, and that is the proper time,
    • perspective and so forth were treated in the time of Leonardo or
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Dritter Vortrag
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    • Alles gewinnt einen intimen Charakter, der Pietät und
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Vierter Vortrag
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    • haben, wie die Griechen eine intime Erkenntnis des ganzen
    • Menschen gehabt haben, und aus dieser intimen Kenntnis des
    • Kultushandlung wird, allerdings nicht zur sentimentalen,
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Sechster Vortrag
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    • im feineren, intimeren Menschenleben den Sauerstoff in uns
    • Selbsterkenntnis sein. Denn es ist ein ganz intimer
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Siebenter Vortrag
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    • äußere Medizin bestätigen kann; aber im intimen,
    • ist eben eine intime Kenntnis des Menschen notwendig. Dann
    • äußeren Welt. Das alles geschieht in intimer, feiner
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Zwölfter Vortrag
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    • entlädt, sondern man hat auch die kleinen intimen
    • mehr dahin gearbeitet werden muß, die feinen, intimen



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