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- Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- suspended by a string, will pull vertically down towards the earth.
- for such Laws. What he puts down as the quintessence of his
- downward thrust that comes into play when 0.001019 grammes are being
- Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- down a certain formula, putting it forward today simply as a
- what is implied when we write down the m. All that is
- either case. Writing down m, we are writing down that in
- to blot it out. Thus when we write down the formula
- from the downward pressure of weight.
- not in forces that pull downward but on the contrary, in forces that
- of our body — from the base of the skull downward, with the
- in this condition. Taken as a whole, their tendency is down-ward.
- Here then we live in the downward pull. In our brain we live in the
- upward buoyancy, while for the rest we live in the downward pull. Our
- Will, above all, lives in the downward pull. Our Will has to unite
- with the downward pressure. Precisely this deprives the rest of our
- unites with the downward force of gravity or weight. Our Intelligence
- only bound to downward tending matter. And now please think of this:
- as it were, by the downward pressure, we see men being put to sleep.
- For the Will works in the sense of this downward pressure. Only a
- — strong enough to dive down into the phenomena of Nature and
- shewing, comes to terms both with the downward pressure and with the
- down into such phenomena as pressure and buoyancy. Here is true
- downward-pulling matter. The latter is well-nigh eliminated, to the
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- Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- often happens, one does not get down to a thing right away. Now
- case, downward in the other. Hence if I had such a double prism I
- to begin with, I can look down at the object and see it in this
- have to do so, comes to expression in that I do not see right down as
- downward. Instead of simply noting this fact, the physicists will
- Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- produced. But the darkness rays downward too, so, while the cylinder
- of light is diverted upward, the darkness here rays downward and
- in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
- smaller ones fly farther up, the larger ones remain farther down. The
- on their downward journey (see the figure). Why then the latter
- vibrations happens to be vibrating downward at the very moment when
- one swings upward when the other downward so that they cancel each
- Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- too; it then appears displaced downward instead of upward, moreover
- Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- still farther down. We experience our own state-of-warmth by
- partake also in this. Our consciousness is indeed able to dive down
- downward. Here now the cerebrospinal fluid is none other than a
- downward-and-upward, upward-and-downward undulation of the
- manifold and differentiated way — this upward and downward
- farther down — think how you live in the element of tone and
- ourselves in some way, become the sense-organ. And we dive down
- Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- air or vibrating ether, — let him put down the book which
- Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- further. For it proves possible to calculate, down to the actual
- strangely reminiscent of the properties of downright matter.
- complicated ways we go down into the realm of electrical phenomena,
- Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- pure Geometry — was a thing handed down from ancient time.
- angles together make 180°, breaks down. For I should then
- besides the ordinary geometry handed down to us from Euclid other
- different when we go down from the phenomena of light and sound,
- methods of calculation seem to break down in so many places. In
- developments must come in place of what is breaking down. This
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