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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • process, man has so formed and moulded his underlying mood and
    • from out of the reformed Herbartian conception that he
    • impulse to imitate becomes transformed into devotion to
    • original. Look back to the early forms of writing, not among
    • form and nature. But in the course time this artistic element
    • artistic sense of the human being it is possible to form,
    • artistically, what afterwards becomes transformed, as the child
    • appear, it appears transformed. Suppose, for example, that we
    • in later life transformed. It has undergone a
    • re-appearance. For it has become transformed into that inner
    • influence of grace and blessing in childhood transforms itself
    • transformed. Unless we observe these connections, unless
    • will not be able to perform its task — to work with the
    • transformation takes place about the ninth year of life,
    • teacher and educator will transform this into a more objective
    • moment when the' ego awakens, the human being performs this
    • to perceive this important transformation when it comes.
    • Another such transformation takes place about the eleventh or
    • transformed, only in the grownup human being, nay, even
    • perform, where men and women walk through life, seemingly
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
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    • at Dornach. A list of books and other sources of information

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