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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • in this quite concrete sense.
    • meant entirely in this quite concrete sense. One would be
    • thinking, and on the other to willing. And so, in the sense
    • only of the sense organ of the ear! Moreover, when listening,
    • sense, of course — of a lecture.
    • be foolishness or good sense according to its whole human
    • annoy people. However, when we present the sense of the
    • For indeed, in order to be active in the sense that I
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • can be "made" in the sense that state constitutions can be
    • speak in the same sense of making the threefold social
    • administration in the “rights” sense, when the
    • further like this, where a sense and a feeling for free
    • sense of the whole. You cannot imagine, if you think
    • as the ear lobe is formed in the sense of the whole human
    • given — in the sense of the whole subject — that
    • original sense by the word “elocution” has not
    • This also is the task, in a certain sense, to be solved by
    • form. And this clicking-in had to happen in the sense of the
    • this concept of humanism in a very beautiful sense is due to
    • talk in the sense of the “As If” philosophy. The
    • higher sense must be developed for handling of speech in
    • sense of Anthroposophy and the threefold order, we have
    • logical-abstract sense, but it is a matter of saying
    • sentimental sense. People called these poems of Goethe's
    • thesis in itself in the absolute sense! It would be not only
    • good or bad speaking, in the sense in which I have just
    • lectures, if we are not at once able to speak in the sense of
    • spiritual, in the sense of the present epoch of development
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • that it makes sense to speak about these things at all, about
    • should really always sense to whom one has to speak, before
    • middle-class population hears only that which it, has sensed
    • clear that being active in the world at all in the sense, I
    • lecture is really in vain which is given in this sense and to
    • think today in the sense of their theories, as these have
    • long time. And then they talk on and on in the sense of what
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • sense of this exists anywhere. The only concern there is how
    • not be speaking about lecturing in the sense of the task of
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • should be such that we try hard first to sense and then to
    • sense, a speech taking its course only in inward thoughts;
    • asserts his right to work in the sense of Kernpunkte der
    • economic territories. In particular, it has become senseless
    • conclusion, it is often very good if, in a certain sense, at
    • the end, in a sense, contains something that, as a theme, was
    • senseless, but they are designed to make the speech-organs
    • contain sense for the intellect, the attentiveness for the
    • it is really necessary that, in a certain sense, we tear
    • the sense of creating imagination. He who cannot occupy
    • obvious sense. Of course, one can hear by the speech whether
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • sense organs much.
    • thought-sense.
    • say, that in a sense one will have to be fully immersed in
    • sense for these things as we commit ourselves to the tasks to



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