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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • to speak of certain set of rules.
    • lecturing. (We intend to speak more precisely about these
    • people, a gossip session or the like. For I am not speaking
    • speaking of what should fill our souls, of what should live
    • speaking of the guiding line one needs to set one's self: Our
    • abstract rules by which one learns how to speak with feeling.
    • the rules for speaking with feeling, one will notice that his
    • speak in reference to social intercourse, I could naturally
    • foolishness. For, when one speaks concretely, such a sentence
    • not for our will impulses, for that which we, so to speak,
    • start from an example, let us first take the teacher speaking
    • to children. As far as his speaking is concerned, actually
    • upon his speaking, depends upon what he has previously felt
    • instinctively the manner in which one has to speak and handle
    • a teacher is speaking about Jean Paul. The children start
    • lecture, then naturally we may not speak thoughtlessly,
    • We shall very often even want to speak in such a way that
    • whether we then speak fluently, or whether we speak
    • speaks from the first sentence on under direct inspiration,
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • speaking, correct speaking, and good speaking.
    • today to speak about Anthroposophy and the Threefold Movement
    • For if there is to be speaking about Anthroposophy which is
    • appropriate, then this speaking must be entirely different
    • traditions of speaking. One has often fallen into the habit
    • of speaking also about anthroposophical matters in the way
    • one has become used to speaking in the age of materialism;
    • to do with the concept of the threefold order. Our speaking
    • makes much difference how one speaks about the things of the
    • opinion, through the manner in which they speak, that it is
    • unconsciously, to approach speaking about things as if they
    • out of reality, one should not at all speak in this utopian
    • speak in the same sense of making the threefold social
    • can one speak of "organizing" in order to produce the
    • every Frenchman preaches when he speaks; but a similar
    • expression when one still learned speaking from the
    • speaking in the times when elocution had to be taken
    • him who would speak productively about Anthroposophy or the
    • are able to speak in this way, will Anthroposophy and the
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • speaker it will be a question at first of entering in the
    • speaking. The first is to convert to one's own use the
    • upon the paper will speak worse, and he who is not dependent
    • upon the paper will speak somewhat better. But one can of
    • — we shall speak further about this — and before
    • a conclusion — about which we shall also speak
    • social organism, about which we want to speak. There, at the
    • which, as mentioned, we shall speak further — a feeling
    • that it makes sense to speak about these things at all, about
    • should really always sense to whom one has to speak, before
    • one sets about speaking. One ought already to transpose
    • wanted to speak about these things today out of the circle of
    • are to be solved by you as speakers; even if only very few,
    • population, if one speaks directly out of that which they
    • quite clear — : if one speaks today to a proletarian
    • in the discussions and believes himself able to speak then it
    • Speaking cannot
    • be learned by means of external instructions. Speaking must
    • must be prepared so as to be dealt with in speaking. What I
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • good or bad. Reluctance to speak is the virtue, not eagerness
    • accustom oneself to speak differently on every soil, if one
    • course, have to speak again quite differently in England or
    • necessary fluency to speak in front of people.
    • things. Most of the time, he is condemned to speak in the
    • he is speaking to an audience that, according to the mood of
    • mostly condemned to speak in front of nowadays? Quite
    • when people speak in all gravity, with heavy expressive
    • a barrier between speaker and audience, this barrier ceases
    • equipped speaker. I should like to present them at this
    • “economic elements” in speaking.
    • anyone who is himself a speaker can't listen properly; he has
    • never become an adequate speaker. A person can never become a
    • good speaker who likes to speak, who likes to hear himself
    • talk, and attaches special importance to his own speaking. A
    • good speaker really always has to endure a certain reluctance
    • when he is to speak. He must clearly feel this reluctance.
    • speaker, even the worst, to speaking himself.
    • the world than listening to poor speakers. But at all events,
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • Lyrical speaking for spiritual life; dramatic
    • speaking for rights-relationships; epic speaking for economic
    • speak about rights-relationships, we should make the attempt
    • to speak dramatically. That implies: when we lecture about
    • evident that on one hand we are speaking from the other
    • So it is dramatic speaking, very strongly modulated, dramatic
    • that is the manner we should employ in speaking about the
    • on economic conditions, the main point is that we speak
    • social organism, one speaks about economic relationships, one
    • speak out of economic experience. Actually, when lecturing on
    • the economic life, one should speak in an epic style.
    • Kernpunkte, one should speak as if one had no preconceived
    • that this should be thus and so; instead, one should speak as
    • once again can participate in it. But one can only speak
    • reality, can one speak in such a way that the speech truly
    • and so on; they are extracts, so to speak, so that from one
    • facility of speaking freely, a speaking that only contains
    • one speaks merges indeed into what one has to say concerning
    • speaking. In the seminar courses that I held over two years
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • speaker is in an essentially different position than he who
    • gives something he has written to a reader. The speaker must
    • has a gift for comprehension. The speaker will have to see to
    • aspect of speaking is, in general, something that must be
    • understanding. The more the speaker is appealing to the
    • For example, take the speaker who, in seeking the right word
    • actually speaks the question amidst the usual flow of
    • speaking, it is also most important for listening. If the
    • wants to develop into a speaker must take care whenever
    • possible not to speak in logical formulae but in figures of
    • let us say, the speaker says straight out, and even in an
    • recall that Goethe, in advanced age, when he had to speak
    • speaker.
    • changing the word order. You should speak some sentences in
    • speakers use such things. Such techniques are what lead
    • with the formal aspect of speaking, you could learn a great
    • namely, sheer logic. Logic is for thought, not for speaking;
    • from the meaning, so that the speaker who uses the image has
    • itself to develop images which are, so to speak, inner
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