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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • soul-forces live, as you know, in thinking, feeling and
    • soul-forces play, so that when we think, there are also
    • feeling and willing always active in our thinking, likewise
    • in our feeling, thinking and willing, and again in willing,
    • thinking and feeling.
    • thinking, and on the other to willing. And so, in the sense
    • What we think
    • with the workings of various instincts: The thinking which
    • thoughts which he thinks, are on the whole, the very best in
    • thinking about them, we draw forth a meaning. That is a
    • reality to do neither with thinking nor with the will, but
    • preparation affects the will; our enthusiasm the thinking of the
    • think.
    • matter of establishing the thinking for the lecture,
    • really always think. And one will thus surely, without doubt,
    • preparation as uses one's own enthusiasm in thinking through
    • thinking be embedded in the lecture, — not in the
    • shaped. The more we are in a position to think about
    • affects more the thinking of the listeners, this stimulates
    • to have to lecture about lecturing. Just think if one were to
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • sense of the whole. You cannot imagine, if you think
    • thinking.
    • is useful for our thinking to represent the beginning and end
    • who with his whole thinking lived within a small territory,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • think today in the sense of their theories, as these have
    • to bring to the lecture the thinking which lies behind it,
    • brings along as thinking he should not weave into his own
    • single person. Only through use of one's own thinking in
    • lecture acquires blood, since through thinking it only has
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • with one's own way of thinking and feeling, but rather of
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • other person's position with our thinking. For instance, we
    • one could think one's way into the souls of other persons;
    • clumsy in thinking, he will become one who is abstract in
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • understanding through strenuous thinking, the more he must
    • I don't think that it is a matter of my having offended His Excellency
    • 15, could get together and think up the most beautiful
    • think how deep-rooted it is in today's humanity: parents have

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