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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • German texts is entitled,
    • something near to one's fellow man, a responseful interchange
    • perhaps for weeks been discussed by, or described to many of
    • to turn to the public in quite another manner than is
    • manuscript into his left side pocket, goes off, unconcerned
    • manuscript thereon and reads. I do not say that every one
    • that was certainly given in this manner: The manuscript,
    • order to have read to them the manuscript, which required
    • side of our humanity. This inner work which we accomplish
    • For, in the person who has hunted in all sorts of manuals for
    • be foolishness or good sense according to its whole human
    • man, that is of the child — not to a knowledge of the
    • upon a fully human comprehension of the child. So far does
    • loving devotion, the teacher manages to experience with the
    • instinctively the manner in which one has to speak and handle
    • What many
    • doesn't start reprimanding them; instead, he moves into the
    • more deeply in the human being than one is accustomed to
    • knowledge of man just described.
    • manner of experiencing our lecture in thoughts beforehand, we
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • German texts is entitled,
    • be stirred in our present humanity. It must after all be
    • happened in many an instance that many people who lecture
    • opinion, through the manner in which they speak, that it is
    • or a hundred years — or many extend the time even
    • implicit in the very nature of both the human being and the
    • constituted according to Roman law. This was actually the
    • as the ear lobe is formed in the sense of the whole human
    • cannot be delivered in the manner which one could perhaps
    • the whole human being in the old Orient had toward speech.
    • Frenchman has to his language. Not that I want to imply that
    • every Frenchman preaches when he speaks; but a similar
    • German, for example, then indeed everything denoted in the
    • elocution. In the German language elocution is something
    • was the speech element of the German language cannot continue
    • out of the human being in quite a naive way, as his fingers
    • transpired that the human being when speaking to others about
    • speaking beautifully is definitely a gift which comes to man
    • which has come into evidence, especially in German and in
    • is clear, for example in German, when he writes down
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • German texts is entitled,
    • should really combat through the whole manner of our bearing.
    • in the sea —, that very, very many fish eggs are laid,
    • Germany, “surplus-value social democrats,”
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • German texts is entitled,
    • delivered here in Switzerland, in Germany, or whether at this
    • Germany in April of 1919. In Germany the opinion prevailed
    • are so many progressive movements in the Western hemisphere!
    • conservative in so far as their management is concerned.
    • manner, pedantically, on three-folding. It must be done with
    • when it must be known how the human being actually lives.
    • is like a kind of cynic who doesn't take the whole human
    • organism seriously, but plays with it. If the human organism
    • were approached with human concepts rather than with the
    • an organic, almost chemical effect in the human being.
    • yet manage to view their own speaking with antipathy, it is
    • the German Reichstag, in which he reproached
    • parliament [ — the proper German translation for
    • University of Amsterdam. The chairman there was, naturally,
    • should familiarize himself very, very thoroughly with human
    • cannot allow oneself any illusions about human relationships.
    • vinegar. The human being will in turn be entertained today.
    • German under the title: Anthroposophie. soziale Oreigliederung
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • German texts is entitled,
    • recitation, or some such thing), — in a lyrical manner
    • meet such an assertion out of general humanitarian reasons.
    • that is the manner we should employ in speaking about the
    • modern-day conditions. But owing to the manner in which Japan
    • point of absurdity. In the dealings between Germany and
    • quite instinctively in such a way that the manner in which
    • brought one's command of language to the level of instinct,
    • in the human soul's depths
    • the soul in a lively manner. Then, one should address this
    • manner:
    • speaking loose from ourselves, actually manage to separate it
    • ways to write for the human being. One way consists of man's
    • one gave lessons in penmanship for those who were to be
    • objective. Man hears himself speak quite instinctively. In
    • a human soul that has arrived at the point between death and
    • organization of the human being. This should never be
    • how of the speech — one can figure out the whole human
    • being from his manner of speech.
    • how of his speech emerges out of the whole human
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • German texts is entitled,
    • and many other things which will be mentioned today. You
    • basically the expression of the whole man — thus it has
    • Pope, by the Roman Pope; that it does not derive from God but
    • rather from the Roman Pope. Dear Christians! Whoever would
    • The cannon is loaded. Behind the cannonier is the commanding
    • officer. When the officer commands, 'Fire,' the cannonier
    • say that this cannonier, who obeyed the command of his
    • would say that! Look now, such a cannonier was the Roman
    • Pope, who waited for the command from above before ordering
    • invented the gunpowder. He only carries out the commandments
    • man knew the situation and the state of mind of the people.
    • the course of the argument without feeling that the man spoke
    • completely subjective coloring. The German Parliament had for
    • believe that the man who gave the speech for the defense was
    • Wilhelm IV was, as Crown Prince, a very witty man. His
    • sound of church bells or a symphony, and listening to human
    • speech. With human speech, it is really the innermost part of
    • of human rights falls between the two. In such a country it
    • cannot be manipulated by formulas; they must be rooted in the
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