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- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
- directly with the spoken word. And I shall treat this spoken
- that it can be spoken by us verbatim, then we are indeed not
- lecture that is spoken word for word as it was worked out and
- Now every one knew: Michael Bernays' genius has spoken for
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
- spoken is just taken along as a kind of more or less
- spoke in a certain connection of the fact that, in reality,
- connection in which I spoke lately, one could quite certainly
- forms and which can then be spoken on any occasion, because
- as those in olden times spoke beautifully, in the middle
- that appears, when these things are to be spoken about, from
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
- really not spoken at all, but as though someone or other had
- spoken more or less as one would have spoken as a
- Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
- unfortunate within the spoken lecture. Whoever would lecture
- clever! There you have spoken a phrase that is opposite of
- the course of the argument without feeling that the man spoke
- the minister; and he always spoke, as the defender and as one
- Klewiz. Once, at a court ball, the Crown Prince spoke to
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