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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • reporting what is incorrect if — as is so popular
    • preparation is experienced in the correct manner when it is
    • surely prompt me correctly at the right moment.” He was
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • speaking, correct speaking, and good speaking.
    • consideration, but rather speaking correctly. In
    • Correct speaking, this has become the criterion.
    • Beautiful speaking humanity owes to the Orient. Correct
    • the beautiful speaking and the correct speaking which we can
    • a question today that what is said be correct in the
    • feeling that something should not only be correct, but that
    • finding the adequate or correct use of a word association for
    • correctness, to the ethos of language — at which one
    • speaking, aside from correct or incorrect speaking, comes
    • In correct
    • period correctly, now all will speak well! But you may not
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • the correct mood need not concern himself with the verbal
    • correct,” but good it is quite certainly not!
    • correct, but also goodspeaking. Otherwise we lead
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • certain feeling, for example, that it is correct to permit
    • bring along as notes are a number of correctly formulated
    • designed that, in correctly feeling them regarding their
    • sounds — to formulate the breath correctly because he
    • experiences the sound correctly.
    • that we do not rely correctly on the sounds, the saying. And
    • something in a correct way to people depends most certainly



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