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- Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
- forward is definitely intended in this sense: it is derived
- sense-perception we see the outer world. This wonderful'
- external, sensely sight. In the very act of seeing, we can
- the sense of Natural Science, the less able have we become,
- vague and misty sense, which they think of as vaguely
- this sense, we might deduce conceptions about the evolving
- sense of Goethe's idea of metamorphosis we should have to
- the sense here indicated, there are discontinuities
- sense. We may direct its attention to actions, whose influence
- Cod' The Waldorf School is in the fullest sense of the word a
- artistic sense of the human being it is possible to form,
- ourselves develop an accurate sense, a keen spiritual instinct,
- facts of this world of the senses. Then too, it will be very
- not think of it merely in the sense of external Physiology or
- the sense of Spiritual Science, the Art of Education must rest
- single faculty and task of man. It is in this sense that I
- Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
- understood, it cannot but give rise to the sense of a
- free in his profession — free in the fullest sense,
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