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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • would like to accomplish a quite definite task, I mean the
    • in this quite concrete sense.
    • meant entirely in this quite concrete sense. One would be
    • meets with quite a different interest than he does if his
    • here in the Goetheanum, it is naturally something quite
    • to turn to the public in quite another manner than is
    • — in quite another form when listening, because that
    • stems from quite another place than his heart. And truly, all
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • the context. Hence, the lecturer needs quite other things
    • something — from all this, there results quite
    • haltingly. The latter, as we shall see, depends upon quite
    • but, to be sure, it happened quite otherwise than he had
    • all. It is indeed quite natural that one can lecture a bit
    • does not set quite right. The way in which one formulates
    • something quite different, which will be particularly
    • acquiring the art of lecturing. But it is quite especially
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • of all have to make quite clear to ourselves what the content
    • further — so one also allows oneself, quite
    • differently formed, then you would also have to have quite a
    • consider what is quite especially characteristic in the
    • quite impossible, when one looks inwardly at the
    • out of the human being in quite a naive way, as his fingers
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • it arises first of all quite corrupted. How does it arise?
    • philosophers are only quite funny fellows. They always blab
    • connection in which I spoke lately, one could quite certainly
    • illogical, it would be of course quite crazy.
    • language. (You have indeed learned logic quite well by
    • matter has become quite clear in modern times. In the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • quite clear — : if one speaks today to a proletarian
    • meetings. One feels oneself suddenly quite transformed. One
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • course, have to speak again quite differently in England or
    • would be if the Kernpunkte were written quite
    • and Central Europe, it can be taken quite literally, word for
    • really have to be composed quite differently, because in
    • mostly condemned to speak in front of nowadays? Quite
    • something quite different than I would. But it was equally
    • knew anyhow. Hence, I considered he did things quite
    • realize that the preparation is something quite subtle! For,
    • “correct,” but good it is quite certainly not!
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • quite instinctively in such a way that the manner in which
    • sometimes (something that is quite necessary in
    • objective. Man hears himself speak quite instinctively. In
    • itself. One doesn't have to go quite so far as a certain
    • this manner, one is quite simply also led to the point where



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