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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • Education. Now while in the nature of the case I cannot go into
    • never at the same time look back into the nature of our
    • before this development he confronted external Nature (so far
    • Nature makes no jumps.” Natura non
    • in their one-sidedness. For in effect Nature is continually
    • the proverb, “Nature makes no jumps.” Yet in the
    • thing as the coloured petal, yet Nature makes a jump from the
    • Nature and Life make no jumps at all. And so it is especially
    • felt in the spiritual and soul-nature of the child. With this
    • from the peculiar will-nature which alone could make it
    • form and nature. But in the course time this artistic element
    • through the subjective nature of man. As a human being, with
    • your own deep inner nature, you confront the child quite
    • person, compared with the simple ingenuous nature of the child.
    • child's attention, in a real nature-lesson, to the chrysalis
    • placed in Nature by the divine creative powers, not merely to
    • true nature, education is an artistic thing. We must approach
    • to start from the subjective nature of the child, so now the
    • case of external Nature-lessons, observation of Nature, things
    • stories and fairy-tales and parables. All things of Nature
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
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    • perceptions of Spiritual Science as to the inner nature



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