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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • suitable way, at the right distance for his eyes, lays his
    • of chameleon, if one wishes to instruct rightly.
    • surely prompt me correctly at the right moment.” He was
    • the right way when delivering a single lecture. Of course, it
    • always have some stage fright, a secret anxiety that one will
    • not find one's last sentence. This stage fright is necessary
    • one is to meet this anxiety in the right way, after one has
    • lecture will come out right the fifty-first time. Just
    • hundred times. For one day it comes right, if one does not
    • does not set quite right. The way in which one formulates
    • bring the will element into the lecture in the right way. And
    • which puts the will element into the right position, this
    • antipathy at the right places, as these responses follow what
    • whether we accentuate brightly or darkly, this we do solely
    • important for us if we wish to complete this course rightly.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • characteristic features of one member, the states-rights
    • lives, that the rights or states life, regulated by the
    • administration in the “rights” sense, when the
    • threefold idea be rightly understood in public, even in
    • rights life, with his economic life, lived on a small
    • of course, suppose that every one will now go right out and,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • misunderstood? — One must only do it right! But for
    • terminology right-away in the ear — not first in the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • [rights relationships] has to be acquired — how one has
    • particular point because an explanation of “rights
    • good at least to retain their stage-fright. — To stand
    • up and lecture without stage-fright and with sympathy for
    • rights-relationship between person and person arises in the
    • rights-relationships could be learnt most beautifully, this
    • projecting in of general rights-concepts into the
    • exercise one's talent for setting aright what the speaker has
    • said! Exercise the talent for setting aright! In debate it is
    • vinegar, — and vinegar is a frightful hypochondriac.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • speaking for rights-relationships; epic speaking for economic
    • enthusiasm. We achieve the right impression if we prepare
    • speak about rights-relationships, we should make the attempt
    • asserts his right to work in the sense of Kernpunkte der
    • person's position, from out of his assertion of rights, we
    • rights-relationships.
    • what you have to say concerning the rights-relationships must
    • must be done with care. For one person, this tea is right;
    • one does not have the right to set all of one's ill-mannered
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • For example, take the speaker who, in seeking the right word
    • rightly perceived, rightly taken in, during the subsequent
    • things, if they are rightly felt, are those artistic means
    • get angry. The right way to apply the will is for the speech
    • the right words, for he will know that without the knowledge
    • of human rights falls between the two. In such a country it
    • especially in Switzerland, is to be carried on in the right



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