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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • establishes the necessity, especially in our time, to take
    • upon which lecturing depends, — that an especially
    • listener, especially during the lecture. Working to rouse
    • and especially even if it is so fashioned that we ourselves
    • acquiring the art of lecturing. But it is quite especially
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • back to the old Orient, — on a special attitude which
    • consider what is quite especially characteristic in the
    • on the special element in regard to speaking which was
    • which has come into evidence, especially in German and in
    • especially also for the western region of civilization.
    • specially about them. For it will be a question of elevating
    • works, as for example Iphigenia, or especially in
    • compelled to this, especially as their territory became ever
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • order is not being served, but rather stomach specialists,
    • specialists. It is just that there are no statistics
    • specialists after they have listened to pedantic lectures! If
    • specialists who are eager lecture-goers nowadays.
    • talk, and attaches special importance to his own speaking. A
    • hear and especially read — I have explained the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • one should practice that especially, but I mean that it
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • especially important now and then to appeal somewhat to the
    • very special to him, whose name was von Klewiz.
    • some, when they especially want to grasp something, open
    • the topic, especially with feeling and sensitivity, if one
    • especially true in Switzerland, some of the reasons for which
    • especially today, are tired in mind and soul. They actually
    • they flock in great numbers — especially the
    • especially in Switzerland, is to be carried on in the right

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