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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • be enthusiastic about, and the persons who listen to him. An
    • the people who will be listening to him. He then naturally
    • indeed if they wanted to understand it, but listening for a
    • through listening. And these things must be considered if one
    • simply falls away when only listening. This whole activity
    • does not occur when simply listening. Nevertheless, this
    • listening activity is bound up in a definite way with the
    • only of the sense organ of the ear! Moreover, when listening,
    • while listening to a lecture, but — should like to say
    • — in quite another form when listening, because that
    • way, will enable the listener to bring forth the needed shade
    • of the listener when he gives us his ear, not perhaps when we
    • him to want to listen to our words. Essentially it is indeed
    • be thoroughly aware, that it is an attack on the listeners,
    • matter of recognizing what is really active in the listener.
    • Sympathy and antipathy are active in the listener. These
    • the listener with a lecture. Sympathy or antipathy! For our
    • certain understanding for the listener's sympathy and
    • awareness in the listener of sympathy and antipathy has the
    • listener, especially during the lecture. Working to rouse
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • really be understood. This or that may appeal to the listener
    • reception by the listeners which has merely originated in
    • listeners, by means of a suitable introduction, — about
    • listener can also receive it as a unity. What the lecturer
    • understanding of the listener; through your experience you
    • speak to the heart of the listener. It is this which should
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • Pedantic lecturers upset the listeners'
    • stomachs. Learn lecturing by listening: watch how others do it,
    • listeners' stomachs. Words precede deeds.
    • there, where it is supposed to listen, while above, a
    • literally, one upsets the listener's stomach! A serious
    • specialists after they have listened to pedantic lectures! If
    • students protect themselves by not listening!
    • anyone who is himself a speaker can't listen properly; he has
    • Above all, he should much prefer listening to another
    • the world than listening to poor speakers. But at all events,
    • even enjoy listening to others. For it is really through
    • listening that one becomes a speaker, not through love of
    • one a speaker is actually listening, developing an ear for
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • lecturing, that calls forth the impression in listeners that
    • listeners; less difficulty, if one addresses a group that one
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • himself with language, listening inwardly, will not receive
    • need to carry before the listeners. In experiencing the word,
    • becomes accustomed to listening, this can certainly also be
    • required, so that listening in the spirit and speaking out of
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • helps the listener to comprehend. The use of questions
    • formulations and word order keep the listeners attentive.
    • rather a listener. The listener is not in a position to go
    • this variety of re-phrasings does not bore the listener who
    • facilitation for the listener. Differently phrased
    • repetitions give the listener occasion to give up rigidly
    • statements. What does it mean to address one's listeners with
    • a question? Questions which are listened to actually work
    • mainly on the listener's inhalation. The listener lives
    • during his listening in a breathing-in, breathing-out,
    • speaking, it is also most important for listening. If the
    • lecturer brings up a question the listener's exhalation can,
    • as it were, remain unused. Listening is diverted into
    • a situation when the listener may be breathing out on hearing
    • a question. Listening takes place not only directly but
    • thrown out, the whole process of listening is internalized.
    • one listens merely to an assertion.
    • hold of a great instrument — to put his listeners to
    • One doesn't listen properly to logic. Furthermore, it doesn't
    • state when a logical assertion is listened to, thus one goes
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