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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • The book, published in 1921, was in a crumbling state of being: all pages were
    • educator, the human being is entrusted at an age when he may
    • and perceive nothing of all that would speak to the human being
    • carefully, the human being is brought up to a certain stage and
    • ourselves. We attain the faculty of observing the human being
    • himself. And once we are able to observe the human being, then
    • we can also observe the growing human being, the human being in
    • enters into the spiritual being of man in detail. To-day we are
    • to speak of the being of man in process of growth, development,
    • the human being as an individual. But I may draw your attention
    • stages in the evolution of the growing human being. I will give
    • development of the individual human being. But we have no
    • beneath the human being's development.
    • within the human being, flowing into every gesture, working
    • the relations which the human being enters into with his
    • picture of the whole human being, in whom that which is bodily,
    • spiritual and. soul-being of the child. Until this point of
    • time, man is essentially an imitative being. His
    • tin- gross external behaviour of the human being that matters.
    • more than we know, we human beings are the external
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