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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • to outer Nature. I mean Geometry, — all that is known by means
    • of pure Geometry. What a cube or an octahedron is, and the relations
    • In Arithmetic, in Geometry and in Phoronomy or Kinematics we have the
    • Geometry and Kinematics are not yet Natural Sciences in the proper
    • scientists proceed. Equipped with arithmetic, geometry and
    • truths of arithmetic, geometry and kinematics, — these we
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • contains, as by arithmetic, geometry and kinematics I get a clear
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • of arithmetic and geometry — by the arrangement of lines,
    • arithmetical thinking. Geometry, you know, was a very ancient
    • pure Geometry — was a thing handed down from ancient time.
    • 19th century, the Geometry itself began to grow uncertain. It
    • carry out the proof. Now in the whole of Euclid's Geometry there is
    • — the space of ordinary Geometry — the three angles of
    • besides the ordinary geometry handed down to us from Euclid other
    • Euclidean Geometry which we ourselves think out. Might it not be
    • processes outside are governed by quite another geometry, and it is
    • Euclidean geometry and all the formulae thereof?
    • algebra, geometry and kinematics, then we are doing far more
    • remain utterly unconscious of the origin of the geometry you use.
    • mathematics, in our geometry, in our ideas of movement. These
    • akin to the realm of human Will, in which geometry and arithmetic
    • whence come geometry and kinematics — and on the other hand

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