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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • learned in the putting together of the letters. Through this
    • abstract rules by which one learns how to speak with feeling.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • learn from the sermon-lecture. For the sermon-lecture as we
    • expression when one still learned speaking from the
    • task: to speak beautifully. Hence, one can really only learn
    • before us the task of learning good speaking, in addition to
    • connection. Beyond rhetoric, beyond logic, we must learn a
    • language. (You have indeed learned logic quite well by
    • learn to experience language with ethos — that, to a
    • live in the ethos of language. We must learn good speaking.
    • We must learn
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • be learned by means of external instructions. Speaking must
    • be learned to a certain extent by means of understanding how
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • stomachs. Learn lecturing by listening: watch how others do it,
    • rights-relationships could be learnt most beautifully, this
    • And we should learn not merely beautiful, not merely
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • life, and so that one learns to be aware of the sound in
    • content, does not prevent one from learning to merge oneself
    • breath, too, should by all means be learned through actual
    • speaking. This implies that one should learn to speak in such
    • should only learn breathing during speech — in speaking
    • And then — but please, do learn it
    • after the other — there is a third version. Learn all
    • Learn one after the other, so that you can
    • Again, learn it by heart and say one after
    • of a kind of curve. They had to learn swinging motions with
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • Through such things one must learn to experience language.
    • speech-habits before an audience. One should learn to feel
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • lawfulness. You will learn these things best if, in your
    • with the formal aspect of speaking, you could learn a great
    • believe that can learn something from what I am going to say:

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