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- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
- difficult to spread the insight that this activity is really
- already present, but is working to awaken interest by the
- some time occupied themselves with the material, have read or
- manuscript thereon and reads. I do not say that every one
- this proper aversion for the extreme type of lecture-reading
- taken out of the left side pocket and read off. Afterwards a
- order to have read to them the manuscript, which required
- more time than it would have taken them to read it
- empty chair. And then the lecture was read aloud from the
- lecture, for understanding gained through reading is
- But what then is really present during reading so that we are
- carried away by what we read? Whenever we are carried away by
- what we read, we have to accomplish a certain work that
- when we read consists in this, that while we turn our glance
- take place as activity during reading, must also be developed
- activity cannot be there in the same way it is for reading.
- What is called up in reading is transformed feeling, feeling
- must be settled. To have the verbal formulation ready for the
- good lecture. For that already comes very near to having
- between a lecture read from a manuscript and the machine that
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- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
- which is the word organism is already almost
- domain, the advance already exists.
- in England. Then there are personalities who have already gone
- place spreads to other places. For such things which arose
- ear for it, however, already hears the “As If”
- use an example close to hand, that could perhaps have already
- is still widespread that there can be sentences which one
- example, — one must already say these things today
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
- one sets about speaking. One ought already to transpose
- already thought anyhow! One preaches to them, in some way,
- are, as I have already said, such that they interest not a
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
- ready word for word. He who has prepared himself often for
- Steiner had already discussed aspects of justice not having
- hear and especially read — I have explained the
- difference between hearing and reading — he should hear
- and read the lectures of others! (That can after all be done,
- not simply pitting against it what one already knew long ago.
- already of a different opinion than I. There was no doubt at
- stomachs. And if people then read the Vorwaerts
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
- and we are certainly ready to re-formulate what we finally
- to several concluding sentences of which I have already said
- finds already involved in the matter, at least possessing the
- relatively short time most readily attain to a certain
- catch-phrases readily give one the opportunity to really
- read you a number of such sentences whose content is often
- and again, because even if the speech-organs are already
- actors have already discovered afterwards that this was the
- readily — I don't mean from what he says but from the
- is required besides all the others I have already mentioned:
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
- gives something he has written to a reader. The speaker must
- be very aware that he does not have a reader before him, but
- back and re-read a sentence he has not understood. The
- reader, of course, can do this, and this must be kept in
- cannonier has a match in his hand ready to light the fuse.
- for a good speech and has already been characterized in this
- their mouths while listening, already speaks against this.
- — I have already indicated this — to rather deaf
- having already been mentioned. The speaker must have a strong
- work in widespread areas for the introduction and application
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