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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Cover Sheet
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    • Copyright © 1967by Anthroposophic Press, Inc.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • whole being of man, right down to the feet. For really it is better
    • — if you understand yourselves aright. Whether one has to
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • common. In a certain respect this holds good right up to very late
    • for example of the Sphere of Rights. It would never have occurred to
    • a man like Scotus Erigena to speak of Rights as modern people speak,
    • convulsively to begin with, for the so-called “Rights of
    • Reason.” Ideas and feelings on the subject of Rights were
    • began to establish Rights according to history, where it was a
    • in themselves. Rights of reason were a convulsive clinging to what
    • had already been lost. Rights according to history were a confession
    • see what has impelled you to come in the right light, you will find
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • regard to modern thinking, materialism is quite right, but it is not
    • right about thinking as it was before the middle of the fifteenth
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • as the reviewer rightly says — with crushing weight of
    • personality. For this reason every individual has the right to ask of
    • right are products of the brain. Therefore a refutation of
    • it. I should be sorry, but I still think it right to say it. I cannot
    • order to characterize what is rightly there in the souls of young
    • another and to honest, upright experience of truth.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • Testament, for instance, is right not to feel what figured then as
    • will. You can carry out experiments and think: it does not pass right
    • and so begin to seek in the right way. The divine lies precisely in
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VI
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    • right way. What I have described here as a specifically religious
    • shade of morality, receives its right coloring if we say: —
    • must I release in myself to look rightly upon those who are coming
    • the right guiding thought for a true youth movement. Opposition may,
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • right thing is for teachers to be able to handle what does not give
    • equity, rights, retribution — well, here we have not a cloud
    • led to the impossibility of finding anything right, for human
    • prove that for me; you have no right to ask us to believe you!”
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    • to understand rightly the nature of thought which had, as it were,
    • rightly so — they gleaned the least information.
    • movement is to find a right content — Where can I find the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IX
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    • can only get the right conception of the intellectual or mind soul by
    • present form with a justified right of existence. Why could there
    • even in those days. But to justify the right to be taken seriously
    • young for a time witness what one could do, was the right acquired to
    • teacher has not the right sense of responsibility towards the human
    • expect those forces to flourish which in the right way place man over
    • estimate observation and experiment at their right value only when we
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • do something which I cannot do. And through this alone the right
    • rightly because spiritual achievements, even in the time of ancient
    • This rightly named pure thinking has at the same time become pure
    • exercise of the will that goes right to the center of the human
    • really have no right to speak of thinking as an activity of the head,
    • experienced and may rightly be called, in accordance with the real
    • must go right into the art of education. The cleft between age and
    • the right way, can be of the greatest significance for the epoch of
    • were feeling about it in the right way. And if you sense this you
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    • Gottlieb Fichte, for example, in various ways. Every way is right. I
    • in the right way what is meant by the
    • could revere. They had this experience at the right time of life. And
    • the right thing was development towards intellectualism, that one
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    • rightly experience this helmet think of it as placed upon her head.
    • of these potatoes because men have lost the faculty of getting right
    • experienced their own times have frightened eyes. These frightened
    • follow up these frightened eyes in literature. For instance, one can
    • lived most deeply in their own times as having frightened eyes, an
    • unconsciously frightened look. At least once in their lives they had
    • this frightened look. Goethe had it. Lessing had it. Herder had it.
    • very reason that for the orthodox professor nothing in it is right.
    • shall work rightly in education only when we have learned to feel a
    • about what he considers right. But education does not allow itself to
    • in practical everyday life we must be right within this great
    • his plate and weighed the different foods so as to take the right
    • when we acquire the right knowledge of man and thereby qualify
    • children in the right way.
    • the teacher merely clever is not of the right kind; the right kind of
    • pedantry and philistinism are driven right out of men. The true
    • have a right Pedagogy, otherwise it would have to become a Pedagogy
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    • the human being feels it right that, in so far as they are born out
    • penetrated right into the human heart, into the human soul, and has
    • only in the machine, but also in our social organism, is rightly
    • civilization. By educating in the right way we are preparing
    • developed in the right way, will bring peace upon earth.
    • dear friends, we have been talking together in the right way.



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