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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • of just those things which are necessary for someone who
    • civilization that there is general talk around things —
    • intend to treat the things in this course, (which I shall
    • serve as information. But I shall try to treat these things
    • something near to one's fellow man, a responseful interchange
    • something to communicate, something to work for, something to
    • things.) The willing to which we would like to fire a
    • first sentences touch on something that, until now, had not
    • here in the Goetheanum, it is naturally something quite
    • the world on the subject in question. Everything else has at
    • means reflect on all these concrete things if one wishes to
    • something essentially different from the understanding gained
    • through listening. And these things must be considered if one
    • grasping of a thing. The person is in need of this activity
    • whenever he wishes to grasp a thing. He needs the cooperation
    • have something in our lecture which in a sufficiently strong
    • tell him something he is eager to hear, but when we expect
    • lecture at them. And that too is something of which we must
    • Everything
    • something very clever or very stupid. Everything we say may
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • to give expression to the things of the outer world through
    • makes much difference how one speaks about the things of the
    • things somewhat radically, just in order to show the exact
    • things.
    • such things as the threefold order of the social
    • unconsciously, to approach speaking about things as if they
    • the threefold order of the social organism is nothing which
    • approach things from the start with these feelings, otherwise
    • order is something which indeed simply follows from the
    • that point in historical development where things can go no
    • time must reach a point at which something new must set in.
    • necessary to familiarize oneself inwardly with these things,
    • is everything in the world in which we live and which we help
    • being, so must also the lecture in which something flows be
    • German, for example, then indeed everything denoted in the
    • the least meaning. For something flowed into these languages
    • elocution. In the German language elocution is something
    • element. One experienced the thought element as something
    • was meant to speak in prose had something similar to the way
    • longer have something click into it, because one feels at the
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • that is, calling to mind as much as possible everything one
    • Whether such a thing is done by putting it onto paper, or
    • which ensue to the point that these things can stand before
    • single case, it is valid equally for everything. But let us
    • that it makes sense to speak about these things at all, about
    • a change in these things, in the present. But then it will be
    • to these things. And here one will have to lead up through
    • wanted to speak about these things today out of the circle of
    • it means that it is nothing short of the sign of our present
    • regards what can be attained. It is a matter of things that
    • Marxism, or some such thing. Then one will, of course, be
    • nothing of interest in being understood in this way.
    • those who discuss have understood nothing. The others one
    • the discussions. Those who have understood nothing usually
    • them one will notice something along the following lines.
    • hear even physically nothing else than what they have been
    • nothing other than what they are long used to. And then they
    • say: Well, the lecturer really told us nothing new! —
    • — Fetch things out of experience, through which the
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • have said from the beginning, the really proper thing finally
    • that something new would have to come, and to begin with it
    • anything like this is said, it can be replied: Yes, but there
    • There, the feeling that things cannot continue the way they
    • Things must
    • like to show how an elasticity of concepts for these things
    • things. Most of the time, he is condemned to speak in the
    • evening, when he wants to present something concerning the
    • lecturer talks about things vouchsafed for the future. One
    • there were statistics on these things, one would be
    • attention to these things, because the time is drawing near
    • things makes lecturing easier too. Whereas there is otherwise
    • Various things
    • one's own speaking is something that ought to be refrained
    • Things
    • superiority, to begin with, turned the things he had to say
    • things up, of getting things from the other speaker. Where a
    • everything one has known hitherto, drive it all down into the
    • actually ends inconsequentially, in fact it comes to nothing.
    • something quite different than I would. But it was equally
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • recitation, or some such thing), — in a lyrical manner
    • through the way of delivering the matters that everything one
    • something like that could be said. I say specifically,
    • “how, approximately, something like that could be
    • be such a thing as a theoretical political economy. Instead,
    • if one were informed on all and everything by the facts
    • about something like that if one presents it to people by
    • nothing about the economic life; that if he wants to arrive
    • how today's abstract market brings things together, whose
    • has reduced everything into an abstract realm; that is, it
    • has reduced everything in the economic life to the turn-over
    • everything should have been transported from one territory
    • something like this, you will then have the experience
    • the end, in a sense, contains something that, as a theme, was
    • the hammer for something. That can be achieved, if one
    • the latter pliable and dextrous is something that must be
    • Something a bit more complicated:
    • something like this once, or ten times; but again and again
    • regulate the breath in the pauses, something one has to pay
    • letting the breath disturb you, to regulate the breathing by
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • gives something he has written to a reader. The speaker must
    • such repetitions are varied, that the most important things
    • it that the different ways he phrases one and the same thing
    • aspect of speaking is, in general, something that must be
    • and many other things which will be mentioned today. You
    • for something, brings in a question in such a way that he
    • during his listening in a breathing-in, breathing-out,
    • breathing-in, breathing-out. That is not only important for
    • a situation when the listener may be breathing out on hearing
    • the truth. But, naturally, you have added something so that
    • feet! And to surprise the listener with something about which
    • themselves. They miss something that is being said, and when
    • something unusual happens, the listener again pays attention,
    • lawfulness. You will learn these things best if, in your
    • speakers use such things. Such techniques are what lead
    • believe that can learn something from what I am going to say:
    • But that is something that is an indispensable precondition
    • study. He said something which, as an image, fell completely
    • things, if they are rightly felt, are those artistic means
    • You will find that something may be most acute and
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