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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • Lecture I
    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • from the 11th to the 16th of October, 1921. These lectures formed the
    • LECTURE I:
    • therefore not be arranged for lecturers in general, but as a
    • himself the task of delivering a lecture for Anthroposophy is
    • first few lectures. Thus, I should like to shape this course
    • through a lecture one sets out upon the task of bringing
    • wish to put into our lecture, this annoys people, this they
    • approaches people as a lecturer, then one has to do chiefly
    • guiding line for the lecturer.
    • in us as proper impulse for lecturing, if the lecture is to
    • lectures, the fact is that he lectures for the most part not
    • situations. For instance, he lectures on some affair that has
    • occupied his hearers in the slightest. When someone lectures
    • different from what it is when one lecturesat a hotel in
    • Goetheanum one is likely to lecture to people who have for
    • possible when one lectures at a hotel in Kalamazoo. And so
    • there are countless circumstances out of which one lectures
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • from the 11th to the 16th of October, 1921. These lectures formed the
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    • as lecturers for anthroposophical Spiritual Science and all
    • its consequences. And in these lectures I shall deal as I
    • popular lecture with experiments, and thereby demonstrates to
    • one then lectures this way or that way — a bit better,
    • tended to come to the point that such lectures and such talks
    • happened in many an instance that many people who lecture
    • being, so must also the lecture in which something flows be
    • Such a lecture
    • learn from the sermon-lecture. For the sermon-lecture as we
    • dull for him, and he did not lecture on elocution, but only demonstrated
    • he lectured on art history, on the history of Greek art. But
    • single lectures. Meanwhile, there are not a few who develop
    • course of my lectures I have called attention to this good
    • struck some of you who were present lately at the lectures: I
    • Vienna lecture on “Goethe as the Father of a New
    • lectures, if we are not at once able to speak in the sense of
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • Lecture III
    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • from the 11th to the 16th of October, 1921. These lectures formed the
    • of the lecture. Only the proletarian has concepts about the three
    • LECTURE III (Excerpts)
    • material for a lecture so that it can be divided up —
    • the lecture a composition. Without composition a talk cannot
    • about a lecture which is not composed: but in reality a
    • non-composed lecture will not be assimilated. As far as the
    • surveying the whole lecture as a totality, then one cannot
    • really count on being understood. Allowing the whole lecture
    • lecture, — this is the first consideration.
    • of immediate life for the subject of the lecture, —
    • of the lecture, endeavoring to let the experiences flow here
    • the preparation the whole of the lecture before one as in a
    • an example, that we want to hold a lecture on the threefold
    • the composition of such a lecture is really given through the
    • classes. I stress this for the reason that as a lecturer one
    • the first lecture, then actually a maximum is attained as
    • further lectures, be it in some other way. It can be said: no
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • Lecture IV
    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • from the 11th to the 16th of October, 1921. These lectures formed the
    • Pedantic lecturers upset the listeners'
    • LECTURE IV (Excerpts
    • intends to be active as a lecturer ... Thus, a talk is to
    • another reason why a lecturer of today must be aware of such
    • the theater. Thus, the lecturer must be absolutely clear that
    • lecturer talks about things vouchsafed for the future. One
    • lecture causes stomach acidity. And only if one is oneself in
    • assisted again. A lecture has to be presented with a certain
    • when we normally have to lecture today. The threefold social
    • specialists after they have listened to pedantic lectures! If
    • specialists who are eager lecture-goers nowadays.
    • less in lecture-halls of universities, — there, the
    • atmosphere, having it in hand, is, than to get the lecture
    • [In another part of this lecture, Rudolf
    • lecture there. This one-time friend of Max Dessoir said
    • — I asked him how he had liked the lecture and he
    • replied: ‘Well, you know, I'm a lecturer myself, and
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • from the 11th to the 16th of October, 1921. These lectures formed the
    • LECTURE V
    • characterize how one can formulate a lecture on the threefold
    • the content of such a lecture, one can proceed.
    • to speak dramatically. That implies: when we lecture about
    • so: since the matters that come to expression in a lecture,
    • part of the lecture. Even if one only has to give occasional
    • lectures.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • The six lectures presented here were given in Dornach, Switzerland
    • from the 11th to the 16th of October, 1921. These lectures formed the
    • LECTURE VI
    • lecturer brings up a question the listener's exhalation can,
    • unfortunate within the spoken lecture. Whoever would lecture
    • important in a lecture.
    • for the lecturer when his listeners begin to ponder within
    • As a lecturer, you must pay attention to this inner
    • which completely replace what a lecture does not need,
    • which these lectures are addressed. This course was primarily
    • were these lectures given; and when you go out to continue
    • lecturer will accompany you. May such cooperation strengthen



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