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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • 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
    • back. There is not much difference between listening to a
    • one is continually when listening to him deliver a lecture
    • listening to oneself. For while we listen to ourselves
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • stomachs. Learn lecturing by listening: watch how others do it,
    • students protect themselves by not listening!
    • 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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    • himself with language, listening inwardly, will not receive
    • 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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    • during his listening in a breathing-in, breathing-out,
    • speaking, it is also most important for listening. If the
    • as it were, remain unused. Listening is diverted into
    • a question. Listening takes place not only directly but
    • thrown out, the whole process of listening is internalized.
    • listening, at times he won't follow certain passages. He
    • listening, you will direct your attention to how really good
    • their mouths while listening, already speaks against this.
    • listening — and, in fact, the movements correspond
    • sound of church bells or a symphony, and listening to human
    • one's own listening so that the speaker will actually
    • listening to it. I mean that the formulation comes from the
    • one is doing the listening.

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