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- Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- and Mechanics, or Kinematics and Mechanics. Mechanics has to do with
- forces, no mere movements; it is already a Natural Science. Mechanics
- Mechanics, we have to go beyond the life of ideas and mental
- example, how great is the leap from kinematics into mechanics. The
- kinematics, to which they also add a little dose of mechanics, they
- try to work out a mechanics of molecules and atoms; for they imagine
- molecular mechanics they then try to conceive the phenomena of
- after the laws of mechanics. So then they study the laws of
- mechanics, of atoms and molecules; indeed, for a long time they
- mechanics. Not till we get to mechanics, have we the content of what
- Goethe. Only where we pass on from kinematics to mechanics can we
- to Mechanics, and again what the leap is from external, inorganic
- Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- between phoronomy and even only mechanics, — inasmuch as
- mechanics already has to do with forces and with masses. I will write
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