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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • to connect one's self responsibly with the movement of
    • himself the task of delivering a lecture for Anthroposophy is
    • form active by itself. But, into each soul-force the other
    • cannot consider the soul life — both by itself and in
    • other person, will not be able to put himself to the task of
    • one kindles in one's self does not interest people, willing
    • speaking of the guiding line one needs to set one's self: Our
    • wants to familiarize one's self in a vivid way with such
    • as slow as the child himself, and just have the presence of
    • himself approached this chapter when he was the same age as
    • reading it oneself, — aside from the fact that in
    • absolutely part of oneself, and this all well before the
    • able to prepare myself for this lecture, my genius will
    • purpose of making oneself a bit ridiculous. That inclines the
    • make oneself a wee bit, ridiculous — to be sure, so
    • oneself be deterred from lecturing because of all these
    • lecturer has made himself ridiculous fifty times, that his
    • because he made himself ridiculous fifty times. And he for
    • previously, during life, made oneself ridiculous an x number
    • train oneself to be a lecturer! To be a lecturer requires
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • souls that it is difficult to make oneself understood. And,
    • oneself understood — we shall hardly be able to succeed
    • world itself. Moreover, objects in the outer world are, I
    • further — so one also allows oneself, quite
    • itself. That which can be organized is no organism. We must
    • solely out of itself, also lives. One can put strait jackets
    • does not need them; but then its own life asserts itself
    • outwardly is just this self-assertion. It is hence necessary
    • necessary to familiarize oneself inwardly with these things,
    • himself as a professor of elocution through being sent out by
    • in which one was to express oneself in poetry. Rhetoric and
    • to speak beautifully today when one immerses oneself in the
    • speaking. When cultic speaking pours itself into a sermon,
    • itself, like a kind of thought. It is the element where the
    • understanding for language itself is stripped off. It can no
    • external, and that which declared itself lived inwardly. What
    • straining oneself thereby; e is always the feeling
    • Aristotle's time, grammar itself became logical to the point
    • realize itself or not, cannot be decided; we consider life in
    • such a way “as if” the good could realize itself.
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • tasks which one can set oneself in a certain realm as a
    • appropriate way into the material itself which is to be dealt
    • subject itself. The unifying thought is given through the
    • subject itself. I say that for this example. If one lives
    • oneself actively into the situation in this way.
    • one have to say to oneself to begin with about that which one
    • threefold social organism? One will say to oneself: it is
    • oneself is then hardly comprehended at all.
    • persisted for decades. One cannot ask oneself the question
    • — I have given countless lectures myself on the
    • on. — Now, one will notice: if someone places himself
    • in the discussions and believes himself able to speak then it
    • meetings. One feels oneself suddenly quite transformed. One
    • says to oneself roughly the following: Well, can it then be
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • accustom oneself to speak differently on every soil, if one
    • must be able to dispose oneself first, in order to have the
    • lecture causes stomach acidity. And only if one is oneself in
    • ready word for word. He who has prepared himself often for
    • the correct mood need not concern himself with the verbal
    • replied: ‘Well, you know, I'm a lecturer myself, and
    • anyone who is himself a speaker can't listen properly; he has
    • good speaker who likes to speak, who likes to hear himself
    • speaker, even the worst, to speaking himself.
    • speaking oneself ought not to belong to these other greater
    • speaking oneself. A certain fluency is acquired through
    • best to prepare himself to become a good speaker: he should
    • against delegate Rickert. And then he projected himself into
    • make wind himself!”
    • seriousness; seeking out from the opponent himself what
    • should be able to attune oneself as follows: The moment the
    • contradicts himself or reality. One can only go into what he
    • should familiarize himself very, very thoroughly with human
    • cannot allow oneself any illusions about human relationships.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • You will have understood from that, how preparing oneself for
    • also prepare oneself for the form of delivery by immersing
    • oneself into the thoughts and feelings. We shall perhaps
    • oneself. One should by all means call forth the impression
    • taken from the economic life itself; either cases that one
    • who is not involved in it himself anymore, to somebody who
    • could be done this way. However, all this has led itself to a
    • France, it has proven itself to be impossible.
    • itself.” (Catch-phrases, with other words.) If you do
    • yourself that owing to such catch-phrases, you can in a
    • prepare oneself in the way indicated above by having noted
    • content, does not prevent one from learning to merge oneself
    • sounds? — then one makes oneself independent of speaking
    • itself is held fast:
    • simply holding yourself onto the sounds. In recent times, one
    • regulates itself as a matter of course. In other words, one
    • itself. Therefore, the exercises of speech should be so
    • Picture to yourself: that a horse is
    • One has to accustom oneself to say this
    • from one's self, one can also tear speaking loose from
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • holding himself to one or another phrase and to hear what
    • ear of the listener. If he is too immersed in himself while
    • begins to reflect within himself. It is a great misfortune
    • itself to develop images which are, so to speak, inner
    • realities. The speech itself should be the reality. You can
    • out of the thing itself.
    • for himself the pictorial idea. And it is good in a speech to
    • is certainly not necessary — and to adapt oneself in
    • of life by himself. He will work as long as he can, then go
    • obsession of humanity: not to build upon oneself, but to have
    • will follow by itself.

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