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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • necessary in our time.
    • some time occupied themselves with the material, have read or
    • establishes the necessity, especially in our time, to take
    • characteristic procedure in our time. And it points to the
    • more time than it would have taken them to read it
    • themselves. (Most of them would have needed a very long time
    • short time didn't help them at all.)
    • Professor of History of German Literature, at one time very
    • requirements, at the same time as one makes such guiding
    • lecturer has made himself ridiculous fifty times, that his
    • lecture will come out right the fifty-first time. Just
    • because he made himself ridiculous fifty times. And he for
    • whom fifty times do not suffice, can undertake to lecture a
    • hundred times. For one day it comes right, if one does not
    • of times. This is also something about which one should
    • time to the preceding day when we brought the argument to
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • During the time
    • or a hundred years — or many extend the time even
    • universities. In this time you find the founding of the
    • modern times ends in letting the spiritual life on the one
    • development in modern times.
    • time must reach a point at which something new must set in.
    • mummies of ancient times and bore the title, “professor
    • of elocution”. In former times, at almost every
    • was too dull for him to be a professor of elocution in times
    • was present everywhere in speech in olden times.
    • speaking in the times when elocution had to be taken
    • we are living definitely in a time of transition. That which
    • present in the times out of which the handling of elocution
    • ask: How was one then supposed to speak in the time in which
    • “Begriff” was formed at a time when
    • objective. He who faced language in earlier times considered
    • Aristotle's time, grammar itself became logical to the point
    • time endeavored to express himself through painting, through
    • sentimental sense. People called these poems of Goethe's
    • as those in olden times spoke beautifully, in the middle
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • times the bourgeoisie have formed extraordinarily few
    • time, that precisely within the proletariat these qualified
    • point of fact constantly in the time when an effect could
    • long time. And then they talk on and on in the sense of what
    • they have been used to for a long time.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • or that time.
    • things. Most of the time, he is condemned to speak in the
    • future. This means that he has to make use of the time when
    • one neutralizes what one inflicts on the stomach in the time
    • attention to these things, because the time is drawing near
    • lecture there. This one-time friend of Max Dessoir said
    • whether, as usual, Dessoir had lied this time also. But
    • that Bismarck had gone along with the Liberals for a time,
    • false sentimentality (and everything stemming from false
    • sentimentality is untrue!) — the untruest utterance
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • be false, mystical, sentimental enthusiasm; a made-up
    • represented values. If you imagine how at that time
    • relatively short time most readily attain to a certain
    • something like this once, or ten times; but again and again
    • simply holding yourself onto the sounds. In recent times, one
    • sometimes (something that is quite necessary in
    • time — it is probably still the same today — when
    • example, observed at one time how such a lesson in writing
    • way one has written it just the time before. For most people
    • speech-study, if you will — of recent times. One has
    • become objective. Oh, how in former times the German
    • verse one more time:
    • about this point in particular one more time tomorrow: about
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • are put forth in varied formulations while, at the same time,
    • listening, at times he won't follow certain passages. He
    • — after a time — they again begin to hear, they
    • just can't keep up. Thus at times you must take the listener
    • some time, in one of its members by the name of
    • one time the famous — or infamous — “Lex
    • events of the time. The movement for the threefold
    • strive for is a genuine knowledge of the events of the time.
    • time, an arousal of the really deeper interest for the events
    • of the time, can only be evoked today by Anthroposophy. For
    • the shortest time the independent cultural life into a form

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