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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • new thing in any sphere of human culture must first win the right to
    • tasks and the stage of human development which belong to this epoch.
    • spiritual powers are working at the moulding of the human body. And we
    • we encounter limits of human knowledge.
    • are limits of human knowledge, of human cognition. It says: We must
    • bring forth from the depths of human nature powers of cognition equal
    • can observe the arrangement of the human eye or the human ear in
    • whole human being. The child needs so much sleep because it is
    • discovery is to the effect that human speech depends on the left
    • not yet need logic. The child needs us, needs our humanity.
    • that one should know the human being, that one should know what each
    • again must be the way we introduce them to human knowledge between 10
    • when the human being seeks out the rational and logical aspect in all
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • the whole human being. We see the outer form of a man. Within are soul
    • This, men have endeavoured to do throughout all ages of human
    • I speak to you here. Commonly as adult human beings we only perceive
    • the later Yoga methods are known to history, methods based on human
    • he experienced his humanity. He united thought more intimately with
    • man's whole nature than we do to-day. But our human progress rests on
    • the child about immortality, the immortality of the human soul. If I
    • that you can apply to man. Look at the human body, it is like a
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • the human body in a special way, at certain times, from the sum of
    • human experience. It is just by eliminating the body that experience
    • human eye. This human eye is there for the purpose of transmitting
    • impressions of light to the human being. What is the sole means
    • self-seeking, in that moment it ceases to be a servant of human
    • largely of men and women with a knowledge of human nature — and
    • based on knowledge of human nature. But before one can do this one
    • must possess the means of penetrating into human nature in the proper
    • entering into human nature came to me more than 35 years ago.
    • science. Now in order to educate we need a human science, — and a
    • practical human science at that — a human science that applies to
    • every individual child. And for this we need a, general human science.
    • Now when people speak of the nature of the human soul to-day, in this
    • the human nervous system — in the broadest sense of the word. It
    • of our soul life as adult human beings (and I expressly emphasize
    • with what may be called the Rhythmic system in the human being:
    • but practically speaking every adult human being has four times as many
    • more extended rhythmic life of the human being, that constitutes the
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • to environment. Try to study with the utmost human devotion the
    • intelligent of human beings, men at the summit of human intelligence
    • grieving and sadness in human beings upon the development of their
    • the rhythmic system of the human being himself. The inner man himself
    • for complete development. Then the human being may experience the
    • gratitude: gratitude namely that we should be alive at all as human
    • The final chapter of every philosophy, in its effect on human feeling
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • life is in all of you, natural life, you are all human beings, yet you
    • Negroes must be regarded as human beings, and in them the human form
    • out of the nature of the human being.
    • between what is inwardly human and what is external nature. For him up
    • act in a human manner — converse with other plants, and so on,
    • — when we introduce humanity everywhere. People have a horror
    • lacking in humanity in later years. And the teacher must be willing to
    • intellect, will find each animal to be a portion of the human being.
    • human being. Each capacity or group of faculties in the human being is
    • find in the lion a particular over-development of what in the human
    • the white corpuscles in the human blood I see the indication of the
    • lower form is to be found in human nature. So that man is a synthesis
    • animal kingdom as human nature separated out and spread abroad.
    • such is alien to no man at any age. It arises in human nature; the
    • operations of mathematics are not foreign to human faculty in the way
    • human life from a certain spiritual standpoint.
    • another. But just consider how foreign a thing it is to the human mind
    • quite an arbitrary activity for the human being. But it is possible to
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • human nature, and we have no eye for the finer changes. Hence we
    • human being. The rhythmic system — breathing system and system of
    • years the human being builds up his own rhythmic system in the way
    • dynamic which is independent of the human being passes into the
    • has taken hold on that remotest part of his humanity, the bone-system,
    • Causality in life. Before his 11th year a human being has in reality
    • conception of the build of a human being, of man's inner configuration
    • especially the art of dealing with human beings. This means that part
    • Up till now I have been describing how the human being is to be
    • something in general. And even if we can enter into the human being in
    • human individuality. Every child is a different being, and what I have
    • human type. What is he like? He appears externally a quiet, withdrawn
    • development of the human being.
    • devotion. But in no other way can we attain a wholesome, healing human
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • individual teacher as it is, in the human organism, to understand the
    • of what is universally human. In, the Waldorf School what is
    • connections in life. The human being is not an abstract thing to be
    • put through an education and finished with, a human being is the child
    • human nature — and this includes child nature — will
    • under observation because the human being is an organism, so much the
    • into an organism in the same way as the human body is an organism by
    • this is a love of humanity. But in order to treat a sick man one must
    • Suppose we have taken human anatomy at some period with this class, a
    • functions of the human organism. And since the teaching has been given
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • bring about. It aims at bringing up children to be human beings strong
    • All human beings form starch in the liver but it is different from
    • of the liver is to perceive the whole human being from within, to
    • comprehend him. The liver is vital to the whole human being. Hence its
    • own, a world apart in the human being.
    • for sensing the kind of relation the human being has to the outer
    • development of the whole human being.
    • self of the human being, and then anaemia does not arise in the same
    • have given a spiritual nurture to this human physical organism, —
    • spirit. The important thing is to get the human being even while at
    • that I have never been able to acquire this art of expressing human
    • We find it exceedingly difficult, if only on humane grounds, to leave
    • is to make of children human beings sound in body, free in soul, clear
    • being continued and manifested throughout the human being. In the
    • movement of A (ah), the inner, and essentially human movement —
    • issue in forms of movement made by the whole human being. These are
    • only of the human being are selected which are characteristic of
    • human being doing eurhythmy.
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and
    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • human nature and to deal with them. In a school like the Waldorf
    • between spirit, soul and body from the standpoint of a true human
    • the human being whether a certain organic phenomenon appears at one
    • extra-human influences which work in upon the human being from the
    • And one who understands human nature knows well that at no time and to
    • a fifteen year old boy. For at this age all the powers of the human
    • human nature. And this the teachers have acquired relatively quickly
    • For only when one views human nature afresh like this, without
    • development in human beings. We may repose in the assurance that
    • when it is a case of that transition in human nature from the early
    • answers to questions as to the fate of humanity, the significance of
    • And it can only be bridged when one can see deeply into human nature.
    • humanity. (Tr. Note: i.e. it provides a basis for self-consciousness).
    • human nature, they jostle and press upon one another and can find no
    • within him; and this gives the human being a feeling of slight
    • no idea how much disgust human beings have felt for some of the most
    • necessity to one who has to deal with human beings as an artist. And
    • everywhere? If we look back to earlier ages of human history we shall
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