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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • darkness and there arise the yellow shades of colour.
    • darkness comes to expression as darkness even within the light,
    • the prism lets its darkness ray there too, this that rays on and the
    • deflection works down here. Downward, the darkness and the light are
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • none other than that. For there is darkness outside this circular
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    • follows: When I look through darkness at something lighter, the light
    • object will appear modified by the darkness in the direction of the
    • light itself is diverted. That is to say, darkness rays into the
    • diverted light. Darkness is living, as it were, in the diverted
    • produced. But the darkness rays downward too, so, while the cylinder
    • of light is diverted upward, the darkness here rays downward and
    • overwhelms and outdoes the darkness. We get the yellowish or
    • a lighting-up but in reality darkness is reflected across here. So we
    • here get an element of darkness (
    • alongside the darkness you will have a patch of light so much the
    • darkness. And as the darkness in its turn has thus moved on another
    • other, producing darkness, once again, and this moves on from step to
    • turned to darkness. The fact that such a lattice arises is to be
    • and darkness will arise at this place. Or if the two are vibrating
    • of the light — these same people allege that darkness is just
    • analyzable and I should thus be admitting that darkness is more than
    • the mere absence of light. The darkness too would have to be
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • light, bordered on one side or other by darkness. And if the lighter
    • is this light, which may be stronger or weaker related to darkness?
    • will only admit one darkness — darkness which is simply there
    • kind of darkness. It is as one-sided as it would be to declare:
    • the case of darkness this is how people think: Of light there are
    • different degrees; darkness is simply darkness. It is this failure to
    • intensity; so likewise, when a space is filled with darkness, it is
    • filled with darkness of a certain intensity. We must proceed from the
    • negatively filled with darkness. Thus we may be confronting a space
    • darkness and we shall judge it “qualitatively negative”
    • surrounded by darkness, and we shall find — I beg you to take
    • given up to a light-filled space and to a darkness-filled space. We
    • into ourselves. How is it then with darkness? We have precisely the
    • opposite feeling. We feel the darkness sucking at us. It sucks us
    • ourselves to the darkness. Thus we may say: the effect of light upon
    • us is to communicate, to give; whilst the effect of darkness is to
    • somehow sucked out, when under the influence of darkness.
    • consciousness by darkness. So then you will discern the deep inner
    • kinship between the condition space is in when filled with darkness
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    • and darkness. What we now have to do is to observe as many
    • darkness. Today I will begin by shewing you the phenomenon of
    • darkness before, you now see green. And now I darken the same
    • demonstrated. In the one case we get a grey, a bit of darkness, a
    • with colour. The light and darkness then work together in a
    • darkness as it does in the most varied ways with one another, is in

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