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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • parallelogram of forces on the other hand there must be a mass
    • — a mass, that possesses weight among other things. This you
    • must not forget. There must be a mass at the point a, to begin with.
    • Now we may well feel driven to enquire: What then is a mass? What is
    • mass reveal itself in its effects, — how does it work? And if
    • You can only recognize the mass by its effects.
    • then the given mass brings the other mass, weighing one gramme, into
    • faster in each successive second, the former mass will have exerted a
    • mass” in this Universe. Howsoever I may think it out, I
    • can only express the concept “mass” by introducing what I
    • resort, it is by a weight that I express the mass, and even if I then
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only go on to the realm of Mass, for it to be so.
    • mechanics already has to do with forces and with masses. I will write
    • mass. We express the mass, to begin with, by a weight. We can weigh
    • the object which the force is moving and express the mass of it in
    • terms of weight. Let us call the mass, m.
    • p is acting on the mass m, a certain effect will of
    • course be produced. The effect shows itself, in that the mass moves
    • increase of velocity. A smaller force, acting on the same mass, will
    • larger force, acting on the same mass, will make it move quicker more
    • force which is acting on the given mass by the length of the path,
    • multiplying the mass by the square of the eventual velocity and
    • side of this formula. You see in it the mass. You see from the
    • equation: the bigger the mass, the bigger the force must be. What
    • side of the equation we have mass, i.e. the very thing we can never
    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
    • just now, you realize the mass by weighing it. Mass makes its
    • which ultimately issues from some mass.
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • relation of our life of soul to mass, — how we are put
    • to sleep by mass, how it sucks-out our consciousness, — you
    • which is expressed in “mass”.
    • and to assume this bombardment too. The masses then are, so to speak,
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • apparatus whereby a mass of water was brought into inner mechanical
    • mass, we are in fact going beyond mere arithmetic —
    • mass and matter, we are approaching what is akin to
    • mass. What are we doing then when we study electricity and

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