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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • themselves. (Most of them would have needed a very long time
    • such procedure even the most beautiful lecture is no longer a
    • along with it.
    • completely establishing it, as long as possible before we
    • better or a bit worse, just so long as one does not let
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • spoken is just taken along as a kind of more or less
    • does not belong here; I wanted to insert this only in
    • similar languages, is that in which it is no longer possible
    • longer have something click into it, because one feels at the
    • longer the case when, for example, one has no feeling any
    • inner being. But all this is indeed no longer there today;
    • speaking beautifully is no longer taken into first
    • one no longer experiences it as inherently independent.
    • Goethe was not born at all. I said that Goethe for a long
    • present, there are no longer such sentences. Every sentence
    • coming up: they become even thinner. At last one no longer
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • Along with the
    • knows belongs under d, another under f, another belongs under
    • them one will notice something along the following lines.
    • nothing other than what they are long used to. And then they
    • long time. And then they talk on and on in the sense of what
    • they have been used to for a long time.
    • brings along as thinking he should not weave into his own
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • perhaps know — along one evening, to the
    • speaking oneself ought not to belong to these other greater
    • belongs to the elements that ruin the sermon for people.
    • that Bismarck had gone along with the Liberals for a time,
    • not simply pitting against it what one already knew long ago.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • bring along as notes are a number of correctly formulated
    • One should increasingly try, along with
    • (Goes through longing)
    • because speech with everything that belongs with it, with the
    • exercise that lasts a bit longer, through which this
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • belongs the question. Also belonging to figures of speech is
    • Also belonging
    • belonging to the Conservative Party, of “das
    • Now along this
    • always speaks along with, even makes eurythmy along with, the
    • threefold social order. In the long run, however, such a
    • of life by himself. He will work as long as he can, then go

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