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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • sacrifice he did not shun. Even into the anxiously constraining
    • of this new epoch even within the present century. For
  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • gradually ordained it. Even into the laws of Chemistry and
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • forces or substances or even more universal entities. They speak for
    • even at this stage. In trying, as they put it, to go back to the
    • the “subjective” event and the “objective”,
    • creatures or of the facts and events of Nature, at once became
    • even of Nature herself.
    • subsequently moves from c to b, it does eventually
    • should be pulling the object along in such a way that it eventually
    • Even at this stage our
    • shaken. But even if we do press forward to the atom with our
    • thinking, even then we shall have to ask — and seek the answer
    • resort, it is by a weight that I express the mass, and even if I then
    • Science, though Mathematics be ever so idolized even for this domain
    • will adduce one more example. Even as we may think of the unit
    • understand even organic phenomena in terms of potentials, of centric
    • on the other hand — even in inorganic Nature — can never
    • relation is even of Man himself to all his study and contemplation of
    • derision too will cease. The time is not so very distant when even
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • is, as beings of sense and nerve, or even beings of soul. This effect
    • between phoronomy and even only mechanics, — inasmuch as
    • outer Nature, — not even to what is mechanical in Nature. To
    • multiplying the mass by the square of the eventual velocity and
    • — you will not even reach the mechanical domain.
    • extent that 1230 grammes' weight is lost. Even to this extent is
    • and even certain lesser shades of green. Why do I emphasise that the
    • and as it were suppressed by the latter. Here therefore, even in the
    • darkness comes to expression as darkness even within the light,
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • rather more fully. They are the real piece de resistance, even in
    • contains the seven colours within itself — a rather difficult
    • — the seven colours, into which it is thus analyzed.
    • yonder wall. He really expected to see the light in seven colours.
    • seven colours at all, only a reddish colour at the lower edge,
    • is not the prism at all; the seven colours are there in the light all
    • like so many soldiers. The seven naughty boys were there in the light
    • and see the seven colours. We will now bring it into rotation. I can
    • turn fairly quickly and you still see the seven colours as such
    • must ask: Why do the seven colours appear to us in grey, all of one
    • before the impression of the red has vanished. For the eye, the seven
    • scientific doctrine even in Goethe's time, and so he was instructed.
    • Bring a coloured top into quick enough rotation: the seven colours,
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • corresponds a kind of substance, so that seven colours altogether are
    • whereby the light is separated into seven distinct substances. He
    • even tried to imagine which of the substances emit relatively larger
    • prism they are diverted from their original course. Eventually they
    • not do after all. They were eventually driven to this conclusion by
    • be the eventual explanation; they must contain their own explanation.
    • kind of relation to it, it may well have a dimming or even
    • force, it puts itself in the way, even as an indifferent obstacle
    • the very same people who say the light consists of these seven
    • colours — so that the seven colours are parts or constituents
    • analyzable and would consist of seven colours. This, that he saw the
    • black band too in seven colours, only in a different order, —
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • even darker by contrast. Sodium is therefore often spoken of as
    • lead us on the way. Even in the 17th Century, we may remember, when
    • However, even this
    • have said of space and time is also true of something else. Even as
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • displacement. Surely this is wrong. For even if I fix my gaze on this
    • instance I may perhaps want to refer to some isolated light, but even
    • prevents our discovering the bridge between the soul-and-spirit on
    • belongs? Or is it in itself a whole? Even then, in the last resort,
    • we shall find that things are wholes only in certain respects. Even
    • really inorganic things are our machines, and even these are only so
    • Even the very trifling
    • they could even devise explanations of the phenomena we have been
    • different colours. By calculation one may even explain from the
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • our being are in the things; moreover we are in them even more
    • descends effectively into the airy element. Even as it enters into
    • phenomena of sound and of musical tone. Even as we ourselves with
    • Friends, our bodily nature is indeed of the greatest interest even
    • of our time is, as you see, in an even sorrier position than the
    • “Man”. They speak no doubt of soul and mind, or even
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • like, and another string attuned to it — or even quite a
    • people no longer even notice how they sail off into materialistic
    • channels even in the theory of sound. It is so evident, they may
    • even goes on to say: Whoever thinks that the picture which he
    • utters it. It is the sympathetic going-together of events (or
    • complexes of events) in some way attuned to one-another, which is
    • unspiritually within the sequence of outer material events, to
    • and understand how man himself is placed into the midst even of
    • — we may even elaborate a general physiology of the senses
    • ethereal, even as the larynx is for the air. And if I now reinsert
    • make them, even as the conditions for the outer air to get into the
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • generally imagines wave-movements to spread out. Even as light
    • revolutions. They seem like great and shattering events in social
    • they did to establish the old wave-theories even more firmly. What
    • when it goes through the highly attenuated air. It becomes even
    • recent times is compelling even Physics — though, to begin
    • light for example, or even the phenomena of warmth. In light and
    • instance. Even when electricity is at last obliged to reveal
    • processes of will we are asleep — asleep even in the midst of
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    • right out of its bearings, so to speak, even by Physics itself.
    • gaseous but even more attenuated, — revealing also that
    • — optical, acoustic and even thermal to some extent (the
    • then that you come into that region — even of the outer world
    • of Will. Warmth is between the two. Even as Feeling is intermediate
    • through the phenomena at such breakneck speed. Yet even so, you

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