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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • side of our humanity. This inner work which we accomplish
    • be foolishness or good sense according to its whole human
    • upon a fully human comprehension of the child. So far does
    • more deeply in the human being than one is accustomed to
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • be stirred in our present humanity. It must after all be
    • implicit in the very nature of both the human being and the
    • as the ear lobe is formed in the sense of the whole human
    • the whole human being in the old Orient had toward speech.
    • out of the human being in quite a naive way, as his fingers
    • transpired that the human being when speaking to others about
    • Beautiful speaking humanity owes to the Orient. Correct
    • Humanism and pragmatism.
    • appeared. In England it has been called “humanism.”
    • this concept of humanism in a very beautiful sense is due to
    • and English humanism. They arise from a complete skepticism
    • the standpoint of truth, no human being knows anything about
    • James, and also in essence,the humanistic teaching of
    • human being now, proceeding from the standpoint of truth,
    • assume a soul if one wants to comprehend all that the human
    • philosophy sounding everywhere today. Almost all human beings
    • a human being today who still uses his words differently, in
    • whole human being, who speaks differently than as though the
    • had genuine capacities which really did not become human at
    • epoch of humanity's development in which we need to direct
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • when it must be known how the human being actually lives.
    • is like a kind of cynic who doesn't take the whole human
    • organism seriously, but plays with it. If the human organism
    • were approached with human concepts rather than with the
    • an organic, almost chemical effect in the human being.
    • should familiarize himself very, very thoroughly with human
    • cannot allow oneself any illusions about human relationships.
    • vinegar. The human being will in turn be entertained today.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • meet such an assertion out of general humanitarian reasons.
    • in the human soul's depths
    • ways to write for the human being. One way consists of man's
    • a human soul that has arrived at the point between death and
    • organization of the human being. This should never be
    • how of the speech — one can figure out the whole human
    • how of his speech emerges out of the whole human
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • sound of church bells or a symphony, and listening to human
    • speech. With human speech, it is really the innermost part of
    • of human rights falls between the two. In such a country it
    • whole of human life. First we must actually have an
    • think how deep-rooted it is in today's humanity: parents have
    • obsession of humanity: not to build upon oneself, but to have
    • light and open air can enter into the development of humanity

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