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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • first had to be rekindled and awakened in our time — a
    • who first revised and duplicated the notes of the lectures,
    • of reality first need to be awakened.
    • first for private circulation and available, to begin with,
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    • read as the first dawning of a new world-outlook. Yet on the whole,
    • seeks to approach Nature from three vantage-points. In the first
    • in many single experiences. Now we may say, this first important
    • respects. In the first place, when he began to study natural
    • wants to stay within the sphere of what is known, nor in the first
    • phenomenon as it may first present itself, where it is complicated
    • actually reaches Nature. The first is common or garden Arithmetic. In
    • Nature. We know what we have to say about a cube without first having
    • b. Now I might also do it differently. Namely I might first
    • length of this line. Having pulled in the first instance from a
    • sense. To reach the first of the Natural Sciences, which is
    • our own thinking; mechanical phenomena on the other hand must first
    • Nature, which, in the form in which they first present themselves,
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Let us suppose, first
    • m on the other hand, I must first ask: Is there anything in
    • you can indeed, but your first step must be to make yourself more
    • such. This is to be our first experiment, arranged as well as we are
    • able. I will explain first what it is. The experiment will be as
    • us first hold to the phenomenon, simply describing the fact as it
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    • Now in the first place
    • IIc), but what appears in the first place is not the series of
    • place? The whole cylinder of light has been contracted. Look first at
    • they will not do is to go into the qualities. Thus in the first place
    • the eye from the skull, making an anatomical preparation, the first
    • tissue. Then we should reach the first integument of the eye properly
    • the eye it first passes through the transparent cornea, then through
    • is between the lens and the cornea through which the light first has
    • This is the first
    • orientation. But in the morning when you first awaken you sometimes
    • organic is. The whole working of it depends on this. First the
    • violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. First look at it
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    • things: first the simple light as it streams on, and then the dimness
    • studied first — that on the screen — you may use the name
    • in speculation. Newton, having first seen and been impressed by this
    • bombards the first mirror, hurling its little cannon-balls in this
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    • way to an understanding also of this phenomenon. In the first place
    • through. This distance we envisage in the first place, and in the
    • this point. We in our process of conception have first created this
    • “time”, we ourselves have first created them by virtue of
    • first have to look for the velocity, so in like manner, we are in one
    • not what you can get from the first text-book you may purchase. Nor
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    • find your way back to the pure facts. You must first cultivate the
    • material existence. We have indeed paved the way, in that we first
    • planetary system. The tendency has been, first to regard as wholes
    • has taken place. First it is light and colour which they desire to
    • been. First a hypothesis is set up: something belonging to the
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    • then first projecting the phenomena we see out into space. We with
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    • of modern Physics came about only gradually. What first caught
    • a first approximation it is not difficult to find what may be
    • among the first. If for example you twang a violin-string or the
    • elements. It has first a certain intensity; secondly a certain
    • recognize that the sound is propagated just in this way; first
    • the first to cultivate the materialistic ideas which are so
    • through the ear must first interact in a certain way with the inner
    • what is left of the eye if I first take away the vitreous body and
    • first the retina, then the vitreous body, and then for certain
    • understand what you were hearing, you first repeated it aloud. Such
    • not suffice you. You first repeat aloud, “he writes”,
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    • first fifteen years, say, of our century; you must admit that a
    • Herewith the first breach had, so to speak, been made in the old
    • had been the first to make them, then came Geissler) was evidently
    • Those that first issued directly from the negative pole, proved to
    • scientists have taken the first step — they only do not yet
    • have taken the first step towards the recognition of the fact that
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    • radiation emerged. The first to be discovered were the so-called
    • something of the direction from which it first began, that we were
    • only we who by our own way of thinking first translate this into
    • have at first no means whatever of deciding, how our own
    • blind alley if they first take the trouble to find out what is the
    • domain, my dear Friends. In the first place there is no wave or

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