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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • the magnificent discoveries of modern natural science. In an age which
    • includes the life-time of the great natural scientists, the leading
    • spirits in natural science, we cannot, when speaking of spiritual life
    • neglect the potent contribution to knowledge of man made by natural
    • Now this natural science can give us insight into the bodily nature of
    • man's physical life. But this same natural science conducted as it is
    • It was the great task of natural science as systematised, for example,
    • tenets of natural science while still holding such spiritual beliefs.
    • natural science? It is something like the clay which a sculptor takes
    • natural, but with the divine ordering of the world.
    • natural scientific education, we must set about building it up. Hence
    • as the child can look up to in a perfectly natural way, can he be a
    • order to be a natural authority, the mediator between the divine order
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • through our century-old natural-scientific development we have
    • by means of this natural-scientific development. What I am now
    • grow naturally into a spiritual treatment of the child. But our
    • concept of immortality. In the logical sense, naturally, it is not a
    • comparison it is easy for us to study natural science. It is
    • not look into his very being. Natural science has attained great
    • disparagement — but when we have mastered this natural science we
    • essential nature. Yet our life is dominated by this same natural
    • years old. But naturally the ideal thing is for children to receive
    • is only approximate, since it naturally varies with every individual,
    • and other natural sciences whether these things could be verified
    • Naturally a man must have a healthy metabolism if he wants to think
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • This attitude is the natural outcome of such a position as I described
    • magnificent modern natural science is brought together and
    • a finding of natural science.
    • here against the excellence of natural science. But one says: if the
    • one sets up to condemn the modern age and says: natural science is
    • makes it possible to apply the results of natural science to life.
    • perpetuate what was in ourselves in those who in the natural course of
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • Now it is a thoroughly unnatural thing to require a child in its sixth
    • child is naturally disposed to do — and these letters. Remember,
    • naturally from man's whole being.
    • life is in all of you, natural life, you are all human beings, yet you
    • single plant we do a thoroughly unnatural thing, for that is not a
    • what is material and natural otherwise they would feel what I have
    • fetched it here it very soon withers. It is not natural to it to be
    • realisation of the earth as a living organism, beginning naturally
    • Thus the study of plants arises naturally from introducing the earth
    • reality. And this we achieve by introducing the child in this natural
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • towards the choleric child — naturally, of course, with humour
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • But this naturally involved certain difficulties, for the proletarian
    • Naturally the education officers regarded what was done in other
    • — for naturally it will be a long time before the Free High
    • beautiful illness. Naturally for the patient it is very bad, but for
    • This has made, naturally, increasingly great demands on the Waldorf
    • is that instead of having: 8 – 9 Religion, 9 – 10 Natural
    • in October four weeks of Arithmetic, then three weeks of Natural
    • still such as come naturally from a child.
    • build up the higher classes there will naturally have to be
    • naturalistic way. Then colour mass and colour form come seemingly of
    • Naturally it is the most horrible thing in the world to an artistic
    • could not bring a great deal with us — in addition to our natural
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • Naturally this is a matter of time; but we only transfer children to
    • That does not matter. Naturally, it goes without saying, a normal and
    • naturalistically; what had to be painted was an expression of the
    • Naturally, when I speak of veils this does not mean that one can
    • And they continue in this order, approximately, — for naturally
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • natural scientist and cites the marvellous advances of purely material
    • the latest discoveries of the natural sciences, takes them up with
    • intellectualism is a thing suited naturally only to men of advanced
    • years. The child is naturally averse to intellectualism. And yet all
    • enlightened in the domain of natural science as we are; but earlier



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