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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • himself the task of delivering a lecture for Anthroposophy is
    • soul-forces live, as you know, in thinking, feeling and
    • speaking of what should fill our souls, of what should live
    • lecture was delivered in the following way: It lay on each
    • earlier. The thought monologue which should be as lively as
    • one is continually when listening to him deliver a lecture
    • delivers to an audience until then unknown to one. Whenever,
    • really “tuned up” when one delivers one's
    • to deliver this lecture in the Recreation Hall in Weimar. It
    • the right way when delivering a single lecture. Of course, it
    • to use when delivering a lecture in public, or generally
    • must be entirely avoided in a lecture delivered to an
    • the material, enthusiasm which to a certain extent lives with
    • deliver no lecture that is not well prepared.
    • we are compelled to deliver a lecture on the so-called spur
    • question not of delivering mere lectures, but of doing
    • deliver lectures, but every man of us, and of course every
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • comes to this: if, let us say, one delivers somewhere a
    • 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
    • solely out of itself, also lives. One can put strait jackets
    • is everything in the world in which we live and which we help
    • cannot be delivered in the manner which one could perhaps
    • This characteristic was continued, so that it lived in a
    • certain free way in Greece, lived in Rome, and shows its last
    • relationship to language still continues to live on in a
    • phase — professors who really continued to live on as
    • external, and that which declared itself lived inwardly. What
    • lived inwardly had to click into the linguistic form in
    • speaking; that is, click in so that what lives inwardly is
    • one can live in this picture as in something relatively
    • truth other than that which lives in useful, life-serviceable
    • no concern to us. But it is hard to live pleasantly if one
    • live, if one lives as if there were a God. So, let us set it
    • live in a kind of cloud-castle, and of what concern is it to
    • the speaking that this “As If” lives in it,
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • subject itself. I say that for this example. If one lives
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • delivered here in Switzerland, in Germany, or whether at this
    • when it must be known how the human being actually lives.
    • twenty years ago.) The delegate Rickert delivered a speech in
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • also prepare oneself for the form of delivery by immersing
    • through the way of delivering the matters that everything one
    • for the market were associated with all of those who lived in
    • truly alive relationships. There certainly existed such
    • claim that one delivers them in the same way as a part of the
    • concerns the economic life must live in your mind in a
    • the soul in a lively manner. Then, one should address this
    • speech-organs — instead one really lives, in speaking,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • mainly on the listener's inhalation. The listener lives
    • important thing is the enthusiasm that lives in your hearts,

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