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  • Title: Deeper Education: Introduction
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    • soul, and spirit. Today it would be said that Waldorf education
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • pupils to maturity. What is so little realized nowadays,
    • impression that they were cultivated then as they are nowadays,
    • or to teach their pupils in the way we do today. We speak
    • nowadays are in this sense really “professors.”
    • century into the modern age. Hence it is not so easy today for
    • a particular significance for the teacher today. No educator,
    • element as such. Today we usually think because we do not know
    • today. Indeed, the evolution of the world would be impossible
    • things are taken seriously in our civilization today, however,
    • Nowadays, for example, in lectures on the physiology of
    • what nowadays are called the chemical elements; and finally
    • to develop a living grasp of what man needs today, we have the
    • nowadays not only is misleading: it leads us straight into
    • being. Nowadays people remain with nature outside and do not at
    • nowadays in so-called scientific textbooks. After having
    • regarded nowadays as sheer madness. Everything possible should
    • It spins its sheath during the day in the direction of the
    • hardens, so that these threads are spun rhythmically, day and
    • nowadays when they study modern science. They are really not
    • necessary today that we not allow the last relics that
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  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • Today I wish to speak about the following question: with
    • sense by the culture of today. We can say, of course, that the
    • because the adult today does not really see anything of great
    • difficult nowadays to arouse in people enthusiasm for
    • today to say that, in comparison with the higher nature of man,
    • drink such and such a quantity of wine every day is
    • said about a lecture such as the one I gave here yesterday
    • gave yesterday is healthy or health-bringing, that is to the
    • today. I have often pointed out that the human being
    • science today.
    • are let loose into the educational world today as if the
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • things today simply for the sake of the subject matter,
    • stress today.
    • Teachers ought to be conscious, especially nowadays, of
    • the right attitude in our civilization today. You have
    • movement for liberation in the life there. I shall speak today
    • doing yesterday. We on our side have to regard it as our most
    • of the fact that nowadays we have a level of truth and a level
    • and open-minded conception of what life actually is today. You
    • yesterday [Rudolf Steiner, “The Michael Inspiration,
    • is incomprehensible. But the world is like that today.
    • place of the lies that are accepted today — you can find
    • truth in public life today, then something happens within
    • world today, then you will have grasped my aim in giving
    • today. There the dragon becomes especially horrible. One might
    • education today would be a thick black pall hung somewhere on
    • deadening intellectualism. What I have said today shows

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