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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • nowadays — one set down what I shall say both today and
    • down. — And of course, when he commits these thoughts
    • first to pick them up in order to be able to sit down on the
    • written the lecture down, and we need but to imagine that a
    • that its not too obvious, so that it flows down only into the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • is clear, for example in German, when he writes down
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • theater, or some other place, — but not in fact down
    • must he aware of what one is really doing, down to the last
    • everything one has known hitherto, drive it all down into the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • Then, one will neither write down the rest of the speech nor
    • jot down mere catch-words. Experience shows that neither the
    • verbatim composition nor the mere noting down of catch-words
    • leads to a good speech. The reason for not writing down the
    • speech is because it ties one down and easily causes
    • frequently the case when the speech is written down word for
    • to have such a support, what one should best write down and
    • should write such sentences down. One should therefore not
    • write down, “spiritual life conceived as
    • these sentences down on one's piece of paper. So, let us say,
    • position, in speaking, to slap somebody down in a discussion
    • the hand; then they had to put these motions down on paper;
    • flow down his gullet, or something like that. This is an

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