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  • Title: Deeper Education: Cover Sheet
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    • form without the written permission of the publisher, except
  • Title: Deeper Education: Back Cover
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    • is the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation of
  • Title: Deeper Education: Introduction
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    • formulated his views on education in an essay entitled
  • Title: Deeper Education: For Further Reading
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    • performed out of love for a “moral intuition”
    • the transformation of dream-life and the meeting with the
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • formed in an artistic sense, as the means of bringing their
    • fact, draw forth from speech that which was to form their
    • forming of words and in the consciousness that the word is
    • being sculpturally and musically formed — has its effect
    • spiritual. In this form of education also, intellectual
    • a platform and hold forth theoretically about gymnastics. His
    • formulated speech, when, out of such beautifully
    • formulated speaking, thoughts rebound in us. Then
    • may be well informed about the glass, the hands, the materials
    • form when you lie in bed with the lights still burning, and
    • of the threads that the light has formed, that it has
    • above downward in accordance with the laws of form of the
    • primal wisdom. The butterfly is formed after the caterpillar
    • forms itself from the chrysalis and is born out of the light
    • wonderful transformation of a system of blood vessels that at
    • transformation into lungs and limbs, is a truly marvelous
    • really to form and mold our speech so that as teachers our
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • education. All our methods, all our ingenious, formed, outer
    • understood merely in a formal sense. It is said that the human
    • simply means that some form of antimony is introduced
    • therapeutic forces: they are therapeutic forces transformed.
    • The goal of all our educational thinking must be to transform
    • are something formal, established by mere logic, which actually
    • barren, prosaic, and formal. The moment we rise to the truths
    • incorrect are outer, formal concepts, even regarding the
    • are formed in the human being, revealing themselves in a
    • this dead form, however, that these things are investigated by
    • really similar, only in a coarser form, to a continual,
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • that the first form of activity we perceive in the human being
    • to the formation of cyanic acid. As a matter of fact, there
    • speediest method of destroying the human form
    • form nitrogen compounds downward but upward it has the tendency
    • to form oxygen compounds. Early alchemists called carbon
    • form oxygen compounds, acids or oxides. These stimulate
    • stimulate the formation of carbon compounds and therewith the
    • activity of thinking. Whenever we guide a child into some form
    • balance between the formation of carbonic and cyanic acids. In
    • process of the formation of carbonic acid is too strongly
    • musical education counteracts this excessive formation of the
    • unites with that which is outer form to create a whole.
    • dragon takes on the most diverse forms; he takes on every
    • possible form. Those that arise from human emotions are harmful
    • enough but not nearly as harmful as the form the dragon



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