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    • only do- approximately with external scientific methods), if we
    • external, sensely sight. In the very act of seeing, we can
    • before this development he confronted external Nature (so far
    • are, as a rule, considered too externally, from points of
    • view of external Physiology or Biology. They make themselves no
    • effective than what we observe externally and clearly. So it is
    • tin- gross external behaviour of the human being that matters.
    • more than we know, we human beings are the external
    • early stage, on external perception and observation — by
    • directing the child's attention too much to the external
    • teaching of external things, object- lesson teaching also, from
    • external conventional culture; but that which is poured into
    • invisible to- the external eye, so your immortal soul rests in
    • case of external Nature-lessons, observation of Nature, things
    • should not begin with external, objective descriptions of what
    • — the spiritual realities that underlie the external
    • round external objects, external objective vision. Now I do not
    • immediate future. If we have emphasised external objective
    • good to teach the child in this external and objective way. But
    • from the way of external, objective perception.
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