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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • Collected Edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing the
    • made it their task to work in the direction indicated.
    • perhaps not working under conditions in which interest is
    • already present, but is working to awaken interest by the
    • something to communicate, something to work for, something to
    • with the workings of various instincts: The thinking which
    • what we read, we have to accomplish a certain work that
    • side of our humanity. This inner work which we accomplish
    • listener, especially during the lecture. Working to rouse
    • then it is a matter of working on the very next day with the
    • things can work we can best become aware of, if we bring also
    • feeling character is to work into what pulses through our
    • other circumstances. But what must, to a degree, work
    • lecture beforehand, so that it is worked out in such a way
    • lecture that is spoken word for word as it was worked out and
    • has to a degree worked out meditatively in thoughts, and
    • of a lecture must have been so formed that it is well worked
    • should not be exaggerated, but it will surely work
    • development of the material that has been worked out in the
    • we work into the will of the others. What people will accept
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • Collected Edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing the
    • the ethical to the religious. For, if we want to work in the
    • over into his poetic works, and then again in the poetic
    • works, as for example Iphigenia, or especially in
    • Nature”], we have indeed poetic works not at all in the
    • a linguistic work of art must appear. How is it though in a
    • work of art? It is such that a single finite object really
    • into existence; and what works among people — one must
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • working-class people — in turn with all possible
    • social organism within the working-class population, —
    • for decades from the fomenting behavior of the working-
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • Collected Edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing the
    • juices are produced incessantly, which really works like
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • Collected Edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing the
    • should call to mind the image of how a person who seeks work,
    • asserts his right to work in the sense of Kernpunkte der
    • only thrive if it freely works independently out of
    • gain out of the language, then it all works toward public
    • indicate a living working, an active doing.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • Collected Edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing the
    • which can work in such a way that it forms a sort of
    • a question? Questions which are listened to actually work
    • they use the components of a speech well. They work not only
    • occasionally work it so that something is left over for the
    • set up programs and statutes no one can work with. One can
    • work with a group of teachers only on the basis of what one
    • effort is required of them. The work is on the part of the
    • secure. Let him work for the government: then he is bound to
    • of life by himself. He will work as long as he can, then go
    • working days. How grateful we should be to the government for
    • to be taken care of until death by the church, just as work
    • work in widespread areas for the introduction and application
    • which the Goetheanum publication thus works will be essential
    • That will give wings to our words and make us true coworkers
    • your work, you can be assured that the thoughts of the
    • the impulse that should inspire our work, if that work,



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