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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • as to whether it is to the Goetheanum or to the hotel in
    • learned in the putting together of the letters. Through this
    • activity of looking at the letters, putting them together and
    • process of receiving which occurs in our ether body and yet
    • of his ether body and in part, even of his physical body. Not
    • the astral body, but brings the ether body to pulsation, and
    • then this ether body also brings the physical body to swing
    • that has been pressed into the ether body and the physical
    • whether we can teach mathematics or geography well, the very,
    • very least will depend upon whether we ourselves are good
    • whether we then speak fluently, or whether we speak
    • variation. Whether we speak intensively or more softly,
    • whether we accentuate brightly or darkly, this we do solely
    • is not altogether easy. But we shall nevertheless try in some
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • they see how the substance reacts in the retort. And whether
    • natural living together of people. One can falsify this
    • natural living together of people — as has been the
    • there was still a living perception of the ether body, which
    • physical body is merely an image of grasping with the ether
    • objective, and is not grown together with his body as another
    • grammatical. Here all has swum together: thought and word.
    • Whether the earth began according to the Kant-Laplace theory
    • Schiller. Finally, it is also not known at all whether the
    • world, whether there is a soul or not, but it is useful to
    • philosophy originated: whether there is an atom or not is not
    • “as if” there was an atom. Whether the good can
    • whether or not there is a God: but we consider life in such a
    • feels, when a sentence is uttered, whether one may or may not
    • inward growing together, not with language, but with
    • try to bring still closer together what is for us the content
    • ether body” — it is thinner, more
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • Whether such a thing is done by putting it onto paper, or
    • whether it is done by a free process without having recourse
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • be formulated differently, depending on whether it is
    • delivered here in Switzerland, in Germany, or whether at this
    • whether their content is new, are reactionary and
    • I could not know at all whether it was really true, or
    • whether, as usual, Dessoir had lied this time also. But
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • how today's abstract market brings things together, whose
    • instinctive association. Those people who here came together
    • accomplished so that it goes together with the inner soul
    • together a number of such speech exercises that I now want to
    • together:
    • great significance for the speaker. Whether we present
    • not altogether meant, as a prescription, but pointing in that
    • obvious sense. Of course, one can hear by the speech whether
    • whether a given speaker is a tea-drinker or a
    • coffee-drinker, whether he suffers from constipation or its
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • cannot be put together as one combines a train of thought.
    • the speaker with our speech organ; and the etheric body
    • 15, could get together and think up the most beautiful
    • organism. Accordingly, the two should go together:

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