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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • look at my book, Occult Science, it will be brought home to you.
    • spoken today about the Waldorf School can be found by them in books.
    • They find every single word in earlier books. But when one wants to
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • us think of some earlier book on natural science. From the modern
    • point of view and ask: What educational effect had such a book at
    • that time and what effect has a modern book? The modern book may be
    • educational value as a whole, we shall have to admit that when a book
    • was read — and it was not so easy to read books in those days,
    • of the depths of men's souls. The reading of a book was
    • The way in which I put this in the book Knowledge of the Higher
    • under similar names. Every other week books against Anthroposophy are
    • sorts of rubbish and then write voluminous books about it. What they
    • permanent atom. Books have been written by theosophists about this
    • permanent atom — books with curious drawings showing the
    • written an extremely interesting little book on “The Behaviour
    • writes a book about the “Behaviour of Man in the Sight of God”
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • silenced. It was therefore necessary to attempt to write a book that
    • very interesting little book, On the Origin of Moral Perceptions and
    • also a book on The Genesis of Conscience. This book, which everyone
    • is the spirit of this book? Again, I am not describing it because I
    • ethical sediment of the times in this book and with this he agreed.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • method. All that is necessary is to look in some book or other; there
    • a pedantic way to what might be found in a book but to the human
    • points to what has not been learnt from formulae, but from that book
    • endless activity. And the name of this book about the world is “Man.”
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • must take the book and sit down to it as if we were sitting down in
    • those who teach standing before their class with a note-book, or even
    • a printed book by someone else — for all I know, the note-book
    • this book. By such a procedure he is presupposing that there is no
    • from a note-book or some other book, thus presupposing that no
    • of a class of say, thirty pupils, and teach with the help of a book
    • or a notebook, we may perhaps be able to train these thirty pupils to
    • of a book!”
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VIII
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    • You need only look at certain scientific books of the first third of
    • nineteenth century. These books are written in the style of later
    • let us say, we go back from a contemporary anatomical book to Hyrtl
    • gather the nature of their soul-life from their books were, even in
    • who wrote these books were not the most brilliant. Among those who do
    • not write books there are distinctly cleverer people than among those
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • at the time of puberty. I have discussed this fully in my book The
    • that he makes Faust open the book of Nostradamus. There we have the
    • cannot be read as other books are today. It must really
    • people get goose-flesh when one tells them that a certain book must
    • be read quite differently from other books, that it must be read in
    • spiritual. In this respect my book was intended as a means of
    • systematized botany (and many books are entirely given over to
    • But what is found in a botanical textbook cannot mean anything to a
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XI
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    • they are today. Our school text-books ensure that the child remains a
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • another age came in my book Occult Science. I have called it the old
    • goes without saying that books about Goethe written in the nineteenth
    • content — horrible dictum — of the book of the once
    • should be approached. It is the same with books on good breeding.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • be compared in any way with our books. For all leaders in the
    • can you really find within a book what is Spirit? For the spiritual

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