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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • lecture printed, a copy slipped into the hand of each one
    • his hand to each one!” The latter would have been more
    • must bring into the lecture indirectly, beforehand, during
    • instinctively the manner in which one has to speak and handle
    • lecture; that we have beforehand absolutely settled the
    • manner of experiencing our lecture in thoughts beforehand, we
    • of thought beforehand, — but, as much as possible in
    • lecture beforehand, so that it is worked out in such a way
    • and, on the other hand, somewhat untruthful or impolite. Both
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • we have on the one hand.
    • hand, until about the same period, we have free economic rule
    • hand, the economic life on the other, seek the protection of
    • definite way in the French handling of speech, only entirely
    • present in the times out of which the handling of elocution
    • higher sense must be developed for handling of speech in
    • use an example close to hand, that could perhaps have already
    • The word is so handled that one really feels each word as
    • into the handling of language. If one does not take these
    • come is in speaking, in the handling of language. For this is
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • has experienced first-hand about the matter in question,
    • has the whole on the one hand — I never say the
    • ‘skeleton’ — and on the other hand the
    • take this example near at hand of the threefolding of the
    • connecting to that which is to hand in the greatest measure
    • ideas of a middle-class audience. On the other hand,
    • are to be handled by us, though, with great caution, since we
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • atmosphere, having it in hand, is, than to get the lecture
    • presented beforehand, at the start — it would not have
    • the other hand again, when people only act as jokers, stomach
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • evident that on one hand we are speaking from the other
    • Chinese Minister's handing a check to the Japanese Delegate,
    • preparation too abstractly. On the other hand, if one needs
    • the hand; then they had to put these motions down on paper;
    • this way, everything is in the hand, in the limbs; and one is
    • not really present with anything but the hand in writing.
    • really writing with the hand, as it were, but with the eye;
    • what is in the formation of the hand is of importance to a
    • where one is not the slave of a handwriting. Instead, after a
    • always written it. It flows out of their hand. But those
    • limbs, on the other hand, is the more selfish, the egotistic
    • drink of diplomats. Coffee, on the other hand, makes one
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • to, but you ought to have on hand a variety of other ways of
    • cannonier has a match in his hand ready to light the fuse.
    • turned red from ear to ear, bowed, and handed in his
    • threefold social order, there have been, on the one hand,
    • order but not in Anthroposophy; while on the other hand,
    • the one hand and the economy on the other, so that the area
    • has at hand — not on the basis of statutes — doing

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