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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • cannot consider the soul life — both by itself and in
    • he needs a soul life so active that it is not exhausted in
    • previously, during life, made oneself ridiculous an x number
    • which one is accustomed to talk in social life when
    • sentences such as one speaks in ordinary life only now and
    • of one's speaking in ordinary life, is, as a rule, somewhat
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • social organism lives, that the independent spiritual life
    • lives, that the rights or states life, regulated by the
    • people's majority, lives, that the economic life, shaped
    • on the spiritual life, on the economic life, although one
    • does not need them; but then its own life asserts itself
    • social life.
    • spiritual life in Europe was entirely independent and free
    • independent spiritual life was first pushed into the
    • by into the life of state. So that one can say: From about
    • into the states-life, and with the universities, also the
    • economic village communities. As the free spiritual life
    • place, organize this economic life, while earlier, when the
    • modern times ends in letting the spiritual life on the one
    • hand, the economic life on the other, seek the protection of
    • spiritual life must once again be developed. When in a strait
    • renaissances. It is just the same with the economic life.
    • fundamentally in order to have guide-points in life. To speak
    • truth other than that which lives in useful, life-serviceable
    • up, because it's a serviceable, useful concept for life.
    • being carries out in life.
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • of immediate life for the subject of the lecture, —
    • nature of the spiritual life, the nature of the
    • juridical-state life, and the nature of the economic
    • life.
    • what is to be understood by a free spiritual life, by a
    • juridical-states life founded on equality, by an economic
    • life founded on associations, but rather of having to lead up
    • life. It would always make an academic impression, if one
    • one stands so within in life, as for instance the
    • theory or other, how it must be drawn out of life, how it
    • on the ear, then it is still always better if you judge life
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • public life, it is really the hypochondriacal vinegar which
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • Lyrical speaking for spiritual life; dramatic
    • conditions. About economic life within the social organism. The
    • the first two realms — namely that of the spiritual life
    • utter what is related to the spiritual life in a more lyrical
    • has to say concerning the spiritual life comes from out of
    • taken from the economic life itself; either cases that one
    • the economic life, one should speak in an epic style.
    • ideas at all concerning the economic life, and had no notions
    • stands within the economic life. And just in this way, one
    • nothing about the economic life; that if he wants to arrive
    • at a judgement as to what must be done in the life of the
    • has reduced everything in the economic life to the turn-over
    • economic life in a certain way, and one would have to pass on
    • write down, “spiritual life conceived as
    • independent”; instead, “the spiritual life can
    • spiritual life must have a sort of lyrical nature within you;
    • concerns the economic life must live in your mind in a
    • movements that are later executed in real life; but they are
    • life, and so that one learns to be aware of the sound in
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • concerned with logic, life-experience, and other powers of
    • the shortest time the independent cultural life into a form
    • whole of human life. First we must actually have an
    • independent cultural life and participate in it before we can
    • when that life is carried on in the spirit of Anthroposophy
    • plans, nor anything else of the kind; but life is there, and
    • life dictates what is to be done.
    • cultural life must be a real life of the spirit. Today, when
    • people speak of the spiritual life, they mean ideas; they
    • in people the feeling for a genuine life of the spirit, it is
    • a son whom they love; therefore they want his life to be
    • of life by himself. He will work as long as he can, then go



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