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  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • — contain so much carbon, so much oxygen, and so
    • on; that protein contains so and so much carbon, hydrogen,
    • that the amounts of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and so forth,
    • human being by means of which carbon combines with oxygen so
    • that carbon dioxide is produced, that is, the mixture of
    • carbon and oxygen that we exhale. You will often hear this
    • same sort of thing as when a candle burns. There, too, carbon
    • spiritual. What carbon together with oxygen does within
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • human being breathes. The physical activity of carbon, oxygen,
    • combined with carbon, and also nitrogen. The percentages
    • to unfold between carbon and nitrogen. In the sphere that
    • there is a tendency to unfold an activity between carbon and
    • sparkling soda water, where the carbon dioxide appears in
    • the liquid as the result of the interplay of carbon and
    • we can say that this activity of the rising carbon dioxide is
    • head of a human being, then the carbon within him suddenly
    • really physical, for the production of marsh gas or carbon
    • that the breathing system lets the carbon dioxide
    • either marsh gas or carbon dioxide. We feel we are standing
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • system, what comes out of carbon has an affinity for what comes
    • human being to create combinations of carbon and nitrogen. This
    • process, if this tendency toward the combination of carbon and
    • corresponding process above. Carbon has the tendency to
    • to form oxygen compounds. Early alchemists called carbon
    • than carbon fully understood. Upward it has the tendency to
    • stimulate the formation of carbon compounds and therewith the
    • balance between the formation of carbonic and cyanic acids. In
    • process of the formation of carbonic acid is too strongly
    • carbonic acid. Now a proper, intelligently conducted
    • carbonic acid and enables the human being to bring again some
    • activity, inner activity at least, into the carbonic acid
    • between the carbon and the cyanide processes is essentially
    • together with the corresponding action of carbon, has enormous
    • very lively way. If one knows, however, that the carbon in
    • carbon, which in the various stages of the earth's evolution
    • there are different kinds of metamorphosis of carbon in

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