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  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • Matter is built up in the way in which the Christ has
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • interaction thereof with processes in ponderable matter.
    • light will interact with matter that is in its path. Goethe puts into
    • words how light and matter interact. That is no “law”; it
    • what is called matter to be thus sub-divided, In terms of this
    • minute particle — say, a minute particle of matter weighing one
    • from the matter in the one, which brings the other into movement. If
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Will in matter and on the other hand the lightening of Will into
    • only bound to downward tending matter. And now please think of this:
    • ponderable matter. We always tend to go up and out beyond our head
    • speculation it seeks to find its way across into the realm of matter,
    • the way across by really diving into the realm of matter, which is
    • downward-pulling matter. The latter is well-nigh eliminated, to the
    • heavy matter eliminated, and for our brain we are thereby enabled, to
    • Unembarrassed by the weight of matter, the etheric body can here do
    • is overwhelmed by the weight of matter. See then this memberment of
    • physical matter. Thus in our brain the etheric organisms in some
    • outer world than where we impinge on matter and make acquaintance
    • prism. This is a matter of simple fact: the cylinder of light goes
    • any cloudy fluid — through dim, cloudy, turbid matter in
    • working-together of matter and light; a dimming of the light arises
    • — the dimming of the light, brought about by matter. We can
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • matter than in the middle, where it has less matter to go through.
    • that it has less matter to go through in the middle and more at the
    • edges. Think of it now. In the middle the light has less matter to go
    • goes through less matter — the force of it is greater than
    • due to the light's having less matter to go through, which presses
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • that matters.
    • materialistic way. Bombarding little balls of matter would no longer
    • us such a spectrum. It does not matter if we get the spectrum from
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • I shall now only have time for a for a few matters of principle.
    • at all save as an outcome of the velocity, nor for that matter is the
    • does not matter in this connection). Once again therefore: With our
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • were going into certain matters of principle which I will now try to
    • and on the other hand the filling of space which we call matter,
    • matter is that a genuine phenomenon of undulation — namely the
    • matters of principle today, to give the necessary background. In
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • — what matters most in this connection — the water in
    • longer the ether; it is external physical matter, namely air. Our
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • course also go on into my own body. These are the subject-matter of
    • these matters. How easily it can be argued that the uniquely
    • a matter of fact and you need to see it. The physiological
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    • strangely reminiscent of the properties of downright matter.
    • behaves, in relation to a magnet, just as matter would behave. The
    • Crookes called it “radiant matter”. As a result of the
    • extreme attenuation, he imagined, the matter that is left inside
    • the gaseous condition. He thinks of it as radiant matter
    • matter, the several particles of which are raying through space
    • attenuated remnant of real matter, not a mere movement like the
    • know what so-called “matter” is. But the phenomena
    • indicated that this was something somehow identifiable with matter,
    • or that of matter — would suffice us here. The Hittorf tubes
    • was matter shooting through space. This too now proved
    • nor is it simply a fine spray of matter. It is flowing electricity
    • like those of matter. Shoot a material cannonball through the air
    • without more ado, it shews that it isn't just matter. Matter would
    • surely make a hole in going through other matter. So then they
    • the conservation, — we have the metamorphosis of matter.
    • mass and matter, we are approaching what is akin to
    • magnetism? We are then studying matter, in all reality. It
    • is into matter itself that you are descending when you study
    • electricity is based on matter. Now on the contrary we must assume,
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    • of matter itself in its old form. Out of the old ways of thinking,
    • content in the matter through which it passes.
    • element of matter. For you can imagine that a bombardment is taking
    • emerges like a kind of shadow behaves like external matter. It
    • matter” — as a form of matter neither solid, liquid or
    • matter. We have, as it were, been trying to look at the current of
    • kind of effects we are accustomed to see in matter.
    • stable and enduring matter but with a complete metamorphosis of
    • it matters not which one it is. You develop theories by uniting
    • course not go about it in a fanatical way, for in such matters it

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