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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • of a talk. — Our thoughts interest no one; our
    • have, by preference, interest for talking in general
    • perhaps not working under conditions in which interest is
    • already present, but is working to awaken interest by the
    • interests nobody else, and whoever believes that his thoughts
    • — insofar as they are thoughts — interest any
    • one kindles in one's self does not interest people, willing
    • thoughts do not interest an audience — our will annoys
    • meets with quite a different interest than he does if his
    • first no interest for him. — He writes these thoughts
    • have said that our thoughts interest nobody else, and our
    • fact that our thoughts as such do not interest people, our
    • as “Our thoughts interest no one” can be either
    • although thoughts do not really interest our listeners, and
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • nothing of interest in being understood in this way.
    • are, as I have already said, such that they interest not a
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • time, an arousal of the really deeper interest for the events
    • those who are apparently interested in the threefold social
    • those interested in Anthroposophy but caring little for the
    • interested only in maintaining traditions. They want to be
    • above all is energy, courage, insight, and interest in world
    • the world, not get entangled in narrow interests, but be
    • interested in everything that goes on all over the world.



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