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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • not be a matter of a formal course in lecturing, but rather,
    • take a further matter into consideration: When someone
    • matter of recognizing what is really active in the listener.
    • art of lecturing. And it is chiefly a matter of taking in
    • then it is a matter of working on the very next day with the
    • matter of establishing the thinking for the lecture,
    • word. Of course, matters cannot be taken literally, —
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • of speaking also about anthroposophical matters in the way
    • of the matter is that comes towards us in Anthroposophy and
    • anthroposophical and related matters, so that what I have to
    • matter of what to stimulate in people for doing, for willing,
    • more and more over into the utopian, when it is a matter of
    • matter were as he expresses it. One only does not usually
    • logical-abstract sense, but it is a matter of saying
    • — to go around the matter to a certain extent, and to
    • from the feeling for the earnestness of the matter. I cannot,
    • good speaking? — It is rather a matter of our really
    • matter has become quite clear in modern times. In the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • preparation is concerned, it must therefore be a matter of
    • has experienced first-hand about the matter in question,
    • matter of fulfilling a third requirement, which is: after one
    • a matter of not immediately starting out with explanations of
    • class, out of certain concepts. How one views the matter
    • regards what can be attained. It is a matter of things that
    • this reason it cannot be a matter of putting forward the
    • someone what happened to you, for all it matters, as you were
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • a light touch and matter-of-factness or else one does not
    • role today. There, it is really a matter of not being in love
    • hits back at the archer. In a debate it is a matter of taking
    • frivolous illustration is concerned, the matter is
    • unravels the matter! As a rule it will not be much use merely
    • a matter of taking up immediately what the speaker says, and
    • changed matters a bit.
    • not a matter of words, it's a matter of deeds! I have heard
    • those able to get to the bottom of the matter, no actions
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • through the way of delivering the matters that everything one
    • matter before people in a living way, as if one were copying
    • should have to divide this subject matter regarding the
    • finds already involved in the matter, at least possessing the
    • regulates itself as a matter of course. In other words, one
    • walking across a field. The content does not matter.
    • So: it is a matter of placing one's self
    • kidney, and so forth. It is really a matter of having to draw
    • being. And it is by all means a matter of focusing —
    • matters are a little different, but in earlier days, one
    • so: since the matters that come to expression in a lecture,
    • these matters if one becomes sensitive to language in one's
    • talks, such matters still play an important part.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • kept clearly in mind, the more the subject matter is
    • assertions concerning logical matters are, on the whole,
    • matters seriously. So later on in the debate Meyer asked
    • Crown Prince come and we will hear how the matter stands.
    • I don't think that it is a matter of my having offended His Excellency
    • in such a form, has need of following the matter through to
    • It is a matter
    • Such matters

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