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- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
- in a position to bring up feeling as feeling content, even in
- which puts the will element into the right position, this
- picture of the composition of our lecture. Then will the
- shaped. The more we are in a position to think about
- composition of the lecture.
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
- Letting experiences flow into the composition
- so that one is as it were placed in the position of giving
- the lecture a composition. Without composition a talk cannot
- position, at least at some stage of the preparation, of
- one subdivides, and letting the composition arise by starting
- — and, after one has before one a kind of composition
- or there into this composition.
- the composition of such a lecture is really given through the
- from a thought which is then formed into a composition
- becomes forceful. Through the composition you speak to the
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
- debate gets going one should be in a position to dispose of
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
- other person's position with our thinking. For instance, we
- person's position, from out of his assertion of rights, we
- verbatim composition nor the mere noting down of catch-words
- position, in speaking, to slap somebody down in a discussion
- on what position we are able to take in regard to speech
- disposition through catch-sentences, as our inner
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
- speaker is in an essentially different position than he who
- rather a listener. The listener is not in a position to go
- proceed artistically — through repetition, composition,
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