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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • to the whole educational culture of mankind. What I want to put
    • interest in the whole life and civilisation of humanity, only
    • function is fulfilled by the human eye, inasmuch as its whole
    • the child's hand. A whole world is contained within its pages.
    • picture of the whole human being, in whom that which is bodily,
    • soul, of the whole mood and attunement of our inner life. In
    • how much it means for the whole after life of man, if in this
    • class, a school for the whole people.
    • In its whole plan and method, and in the arrangement of the subjects,
    • merely grasp the head — it grasps the whole human being.
    • grasp the whole human being. Therefore, a future pedagogy will
    • must hold sway in our whole treatment of our teaching work, and
    • whole, a connected thing. What we implant in the human being
    • we draw our art of education from a full, broad, whole view of
    • planed teaching, the whole objective of our teaching work. What
    • attention and our whole world-outlook towards the spiritual
    • opinion or way of feeling as its own. And in. the whole way the
    • whole, something which flows from the living interest that such
    • does not know that man's life is a single whole, where all
    • Education is a thing for mankind as a whole.
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
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    • interest in the whole life of humanity is to permeate and

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