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- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
- to children. As far as his speaking is concerned, actually
- he has a child before him.
- man, that is of the child — not to a knowledge of the
- child resulting from abstract psychology, but one that rests
- upon a fully human comprehension of the child. So far does
- child. Then there results — from this experiencing with
- the child and from what one has previously felt and
- serve at all, for instance, in instructing a slow child, to
- in the case of a dull child, if one acquired the wisdom
- instruction of the dull child, one must have the genius to be
- as slow as the child himself, and just have the presence of
- slow child, naughty, at least in feeling, with the naughty
- child, good with the good child, and so forth. As teacher one
- a teacher is speaking about Jean Paul. The children start
- his children are, how he felt then, — not in order to
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
- taking such good care of our children!
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