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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • will impulses annoy everyone; only our feelings
    • soul-forces live, as you know, in thinking, feeling and
    • feeling and willing always active in our thinking, likewise
    • in our feeling, thinking and willing, and again in willing,
    • thinking and feeling.
    • will annoys everybody, then it seems that it is the feelings
    • significant cultivation of feeling must be basic for
    • What is called up in reading is transformed feeling, feeling
    • body. This feeling becomes a force. As lecturers we must be
    • in a position to bring up feeling as feeling content, even in
    • will impulses annoy everybody, and only our feelings
    • of feeling, the needed permeation with feeling — and
    • abstract rules by which one learns how to speak with feeling.
    • the rules for speaking with feeling, one will notice that his
    • feelings, for what has to do with feeling. A conscious
    • kinds of feelings which are again stirred up by the fact that
    • this comprehension go that through feeling intensified to
    • slow child, naughty, at least in feeling, with the naughty
    • the next day to succeed in feeling again as he once did! No,
    • it is enough when this feeling is brought up during the
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • without this feeling — that it is difficult to make
    • make clear to ourselves that primarily it is the feeling for
    • must slowly lead to the imparting first of a feeling for this
    • fashion. For one should always evoke at least this feeling:
    • approach things from the start with these feelings, otherwise
    • further like this, where a sense and a feeling for free
    • and to develop a feeling for the historical turning point at
    • the thought and feeling content clicked into the language?
    • longer have something click into it, because one feels at the
    • necessary to feel speech as an organism of one's own. In the
    • longer the case when, for example, one has no feeling any
    • straining oneself thereby; e is always the feeling
    • feeling that something should not only be correct, but that
    • the thought and feeling involved. To let a pronouncement or
    • feels, when a sentence is uttered, whether one may or may not
    • The word is so handled that one really feels each word as
    • meant to gain here may proceed from fundamental feelings,
    • from the feeling for the earnestness of the matter. I cannot,
    • getting the feeling of the earnestness of the situation,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • which, as mentioned, we shall speak further — a feeling
    • also distinct feelings, and a distinct social volition. And
    • meetings. One feels oneself suddenly quite transformed. One
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • strength to comprehend it, but there was the feeling that
    • There, the feeling that things cannot continue the way they
    • when he is to speak. He must clearly feel this reluctance.
    • pleasures. One must even feel a certain urge to hear others;
    • way one acquires a strong feeling of distaste for one's own
    • with one's own way of thinking and feeling, but rather of
    • feeling averse toward what one would like to say on the
    • terms of feeling, when such an image is used in a hall of
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • oneself into the thoughts and feelings. We shall perhaps
    • certain feeling, for example, that it is correct to permit
    • corresponding feelings concerning the assertions one makes.
    • would, for instance, feel the hammer, if one wanted to use
    • designed that, in correctly feeling them regarding their
    • feels the weaving of sounds and the words in one's
    • with space. One feels the resonance in space, as it were.
    • instead one feels it only in front of the nose, outside.
    • feeling should pervade us how the word, the sequence of
    • speech-habits before an audience. One should learn to feel
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • giving him the feeling of release, and that aids
    • Thus, by proceeding in this way, and with inner feeling, the
    • to the feeling-logic of the speech is the fact that one does
    • the course of the argument without feeling that the man spoke
    • get the feeling that he can act on something, can take it
    • the topic, especially with feeling and sensitivity, if one
    • in people the feeling for a genuine life of the spirit, it is
    • want to avoid coming to original thoughts and feelings,

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