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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • annoys them. This, if some one were called upon for this or
    • that act of will, we would find that we had called up, not
    • What is called up in reading is transformed feeling, feeling
    • which I say — I must ever and again add parenthetically
    • with some chapter in class, that he first of all call up
    • automatically. When the lecture is given word for word, from
    • that turns it out automatically even smaller than it is
    • turns it out automatically. Moreover, if we have formulated a
    • because I must call your attention to the following: the body
    • understood. A lecturer who composes artistically will more
    • we are compelled to deliver a lecture on the so-called spur
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • things somewhat radically, just in order to show the exact
    • about the threefold idea today absolutely call forth the
    • realistically, that your ear lobe could be formed the very
    • philosophical trend called “pragmatism” has
    • appeared. In England it has been called “humanism.”
    • course of my lectures I have called attention to this good
    • sentimental sense. People called these poems of Goethe's
    • speaking. This is what I should like to call good speaking or
    • wanted here is something in itself so organically whole, that
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • that is, calling to mind as much as possible everything one
    • certainly, it will be a question of our calling forth in the
    • shall very easily call forth the prejudice that we want to be
    • threefolding of the social organism to, as they are called in
    • hear even physically nothing else than what they have been
    • used to hearing for decades. Even physically — not
    • merely with the soul — even physically they hear
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • have gone until now, must first be called forth.
    • manner, pedantically, on three-folding. It must be done with
    • I must call
    • all over how every word and every world-relation calls forth
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • oneself. One should by all means call forth the impression
    • something like that could be said. I say specifically,
    • to speak dramatically. That implies: when we lecture about
    • should call to mind the image of how a person who seeks work,
    • lecturing, that calls forth the impression in listeners that
    • economy, he is basically completely dependent on
    • perhaps meet with comprehension if one calls attention to the
    • market-relationship in the first place? Basically, from the
    • their products. One did not call that an association. One did
    • didn't call themselves that.
    • (Calling)
    • no means believe that what I want to call speech-gymnastics,
    • writing egotistically; he has the forms of the letters in his
    • one always looks at it and basically draws the letter. Thus,
    • even heredity, is predisposed to speaking pedantically; to
    • preparation for each discussion, one should basically, in
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • proceed artistically — through repetition, composition,
    • only should different means of artistically structuring the
    • recall that Goethe, in advanced age, when he had to speak
    • basically the expression of the whole man — thus it has
    • subjectively. I have also called to your attention the dictum
    • resignation after the ball. The King called him and said:
    • Prince was called. — Dear One, yesterday evening you are
    • recall that His Excellency simply could not solve the riddle!
    • certain way, artistically. For basically, one speaks today
    • since Anthroposophy exists for the purpose of calling forth

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