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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • indeed if they wanted to understand it, but listening for a
    • understand how the art of lecturing can, in all truth and
    • lecture, for understanding gained through reading is
    • something essentially different from the understanding gained
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • certain understanding for the listener's sympathy and
    • the finest understanding for sympathy and antipathy in the
    • mathematicians, or good geographers. We can be outstanding
    • present, as a rule, all the conditions for understanding. (
    • woman, will also have to stand his ground in the discussion
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • but one is more apt thereby to obstruct the understanding for
    • stand in the age in which we must absolutely reverse the
    • which we stand today.
    • only a pseudo-understanding and pseudo-avowal for these.
    • understanding for language itself is stripped off. It can no
    • the standpoint of truth, no human being knows anything about
    • human being now, proceeding from the standpoint of truth,
    • much understanding in present-day humanity. For, mostly what
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • which ensue to the point that these things can stand before
    • serious misunderstandings if we proceed from proletarian
    • concepts. These misunderstandings have revealed themselves in
    • one stands so within in life, as for instance the
    • gathering so that they can at least understand the
    • be learned to a certain extent by means of understanding how
    • understanding of the listener; through your experience you
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • word, the way it stands. But for England and America it would
    • good at least to retain their stage-fright. — To stand
    • one understands how to hold back one's own opinion, one's own
    • certainly stand in a passage of a drama. And where it stands
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • understand each other best if I say that the preparation
    • stands within the economic life. And just in this way, one
    • comfortable to remain standing and to speak the way one
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • understanding. The more the speaker is appealing to the
    • understanding through strenuous thinking, the more he must
    • facilitating understanding. Take, for example, repetition,
    • understanding to an extraordinary degree.
    • that it removes the understanding from the organ of hearing.
    • the listener knows he is to understand the opposite. Thus,
    • speech will be able to stand on its own two feet.
    • said that the speech will be able to stand on its own feet.
    • Imagine in front of you, dear Christians, there stands a
    • cannon. Beside the cannon there stands a cannonier. The
    • image which grabs, that is, which stands at some distance
    • Crown Prince come and we will hear how the matter stands.
    • the conviction that for the world to understand threefold, it

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