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- Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
- molding his pupil into maturity through his outer, physical,
- that is, mostly in an entirely outward and physical way. In
- spiritual and physical cosmos.
- of the earth with the physical element. When we have the
- the radiating light, gives itself up, spinning physical
- Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
- until death with the physical forces of the body. Without
- outer, physical world of space, can also be pictured as
- second is unfolded when man begins to work upon the physical
- man has in common with beings that change their physical
- makes use of that we can also verify physically. What really
- that which we have in the physical world as it is
- process physical forces no longer play a part. This is
- in nourishment, for example, physical forces are at work. As
- outer world, the physical forces cease to have their
- the physical substances are worked upon by the astral and
- etheric. The physical effect of a piece of sulfur or salt
- human being breathes. The physical activity of carbon, oxygen,
- way on the physical human being that the substances that are
- physical activity — namely, to perception, whenever
- something is perceived — and to the inner physical
- physical forces (as in gymnastics) and inner physical forces.
- recognized outer physical forces in their greatest delicacy and
- refinement. Moreover, outer physical forces are operating when
- etheric activity, outer physical
- forces, and inner physical forces, that is to
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- Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
- bring physical forces, forces that usually we designate as
- physical, into action. Our leg must be moved by something
- intervene in physical activity; these are in truth magical
- The fact that we are physical human beings, made up of bones,
- physical body with the movements of man but must turn to his
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