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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • was supposed to give a lecture. At first he deals with his
    • that was certainly given in this manner: The manuscript,
    • of the listener when he gives us his ear, not perhaps when we
    • impetus we seek to give.
    • automatically. When the lecture is given word for word, from
    • famous in certain circles. He once came to Weimar to give a
    • mentioned, I give this as a guiding principle.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • to give expression to the things of the outer world through
    • outer world; one need only give people some guidance on the
    • given — in the sense of the whole subject — that
    • arises when one gives to form the appearance of the
    • which had been given in the hall in which we were; and she
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • the composition of such a lecture is really given through the
    • subject itself. The unifying thought is given through the
    • outset, is given that which yields us three members in the
    • lecture is really in vain which is given in this sense and to
    • — I have given countless lectures myself on the
    • thoughts. — Since, if he gives his own thoughts, they
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • details to a point where, at a given moment, the latter would
    • Holland I was invited on my last trip also to give a lecture
    • the second part of a lecture given in Dornach on 14 October 1921.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • catch-phrases readily give one the opportunity to really
    • speaking of the sounds. I have tried to give an example of
    • whether a given speaker is a tea-drinker or a
    • part of the lecture. Even if one only has to give occasional
    • example, that one has to give discussions on the building,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • gives the audience a moment to breathe in. Logical trains
    • gives something he has written to a reader. The speaker must
    • repetitions give the listener occasion to give up rigidly
    • tone of speech one gives occasion for the listener to
    • sequences of phrasing. The question, of course, gives a
    • That will give wings to our words and make us true coworkers
    • were these lectures given; and when you go out to continue



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