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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • kind of orientation course for the personalities, who have
    • Personalities
    • will naturally take place between the person who has
    • be enthusiastic about, and the persons who listen to him. An
    • other person, will not be able to put himself to the task of
    • gathering, or even one other person, this willing that we
    • grasping of a thing. The person is in need of this activity
    • For, in the person who has hunted in all sorts of manuals for
    • make one's personality somewhat active. At the beginning of a
    • personality, because the vibration of feeling must first be
    • person, varies; it always swings between being somewhat crude
    • attacked by a person who accosts us in a terribly rude
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • organism? What will be the relation of the single person to
    • in England. Then there are personalities who have already gone
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • That is really how you are confronted! The persons concerned
    • single person. Only through use of one's own thinking in
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • never become an adequate speaker. A person can never become a
    • rights-relationship between person and person arises in the
    • person's mind. Then this will be fruitful even in the debate
    • simply reiterate what the other person says, but one can
    • discussions. If a person only wants to say in the debate what
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • other person's position with our thinking. For instance, we
    • should call to mind the image of how a person who seeks work,
    • person's position, from out of his assertion of rights, we
    • one could think one's way into the souls of other persons;
    • make it plausible that an individual person really knows
    • The point is, of course, that the person
    • that the persons in question had to develop every letter out
    • persons who place something artistic into the script, they
    • the person. Then — while it is in a certain respect not
    • desirable to practice that — a person can imitate
    • speaking separates itself from the person. It becomes
    • figure out a person from the physiognomy, one can even more
    • must be done with care. For one person, this tea is right;
    • in a speech, must come out of the whole person, diet must by
    • it comes from a person who has let endless amounts of beer
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • When a person
    • assertions are perforce impersonal — but that takes its
    • its end; for no person expects in telling it that he has to
    • importance that the persons who make it their task to do
    • can make use of the fact that some persons want to accept
    • system any number of persons, be it three, seven, 12, 13 or



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