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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • most beautiful and ingenious ideas in a monologue before
    • such procedure even the most beautiful lecture is no longer a
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • Threefold Order and the development of speech. Beautiful
    • One was supposed to speak beautifully! That was the first
    • task: to speak beautifully. Hence, one can really only learn
    • to speak beautifully today when one immerses oneself in the
    • old way of speaking. There was beautiful speaking. And
    • speaking beautifully is definitely a gift which comes to man
    • beautifully to the point that one really regarded singing,
    • is only a form of beautiful speaking stripped of much of the
    • beautiful speaking. For, wholly beautiful speaking is cultic
    • beautiful speaking found in the cult.
    • beautiful, so that one was thus a true speech artist when one
    • speaking beautifully is no longer taken into first
    • Beautiful speaking humanity owes to the Orient. Correct
    • this concept of humanism in a very beautiful sense is due to
    • the beautiful speaking and the correct speaking which we can
    • had speaking; the third form. Aside from beautiful or ugly
    • Aesthetics,” was that the beautiful is “the
    • that one must mean just the reverse: that the beautiful
    • language, it must there come to expression in beautiful
    • beautiful into the logical. Hence the custom has been
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • rights-relationships could be learnt most beautifully, this
    • And we should learn not merely beautiful, not merely
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • 15, could get together and think up the most beautiful
    • nothing more beautiful could be imagined. The people who



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