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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • “objective” wave-movements in outer space. What he
    • beholds spread out in space and going on in time is for him one, a
    • is concerned with the way forces work in space and time. Arithmetic,
    • kinematical phenomena can still take place entirely within a space of
    • such point or space forces are concentrated, able potentially to work
    • works inward from all sides, from the infinitudes of space? In the
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • space and time, is a movement in the ether. Yet if you look it up in
    • move, it must be something in outer space. In short, we must suppose
    • of the fact that the point must be something in space, and this
    • space. Manifestly we then come into quite another relation to the
    • again the cylinder of light passing through space, impinging on the
    • imagine therefore into this space beyond the prism not only the light
    • that has arisen spreads and shines further, so that there is a space
    • it is so inserted that it goes through the same space as the physical
    • inserted: here however it works independently. The space is filled by
    • same space.
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    • through the space of the room, we get a white circle on the screen.
    • be a space — all this is remaining purely within the given
    • facts — a space within which I should always find it possible
    • wide space within which such pictures could be formed. But as you
    • possibility. We let the cylinder of light go through the space and
    • glass — and the light that goes through space. The lens so
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    • outward into space the stimulus which it receives. Surely we ought to
    • eye. A second layer enveloping the inner space of the eye is then the
    • humour, filling the entire space of the eye. The light therefore goes
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    • through a space that is lit up. Thus you are seeing something darker
    • through an illumined space and so you see it blue. It is the polarity
    • through space was seriously shaken before long by other physicists
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • magnitudes — velocity, space and time, — velocity is the
    • a so-called “body” flowing through space with a certain
    • have sundered space and time; yet the space in question is not there
    • time. The space and time, compared to this real thing which we denote
    • duality of space and time. The real thing we have outside us is the
    • velocity and that alone; as to the “space” and
    • effect, we can separate ourselves, while from the space and time we
    • activity. With space and time we are one. Much is implied in what I
    • am now saying. With space and time we are one. Think of it well. We
    • one with space and time. Nor should we, without more ado, ascribe to
    • that through space and time, with which we ourselves are very
    • velocity”. By means of space and time we only measure the
    • velocity. The space and time are our own instruments. They are bound
    • “subjective” — here, space and time — and the
    • you with regard to space and time — namely that they are
    • “Konigsberg”, as if to say “Space and Time are
    • make use of space and time for our perception. In effect, space and
    • with space and time, while we do not unite with the velocity. The
    • have said of space and time is also true of something else. Even as
    • we are united by space and time with the objective reality, while we
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  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • space. It is projected moreover to a position different from where it
    • luminous pictures or spaces-of-light being diverted. In a particular
    • part — the space it occupies — is shifted, the darker
    • the one hand, and the bodily realm on the other. When a space is
    • intensity; so likewise, when a space is filled with darkness, it is
    • notion of a merely abstract space to the kind of space that is not
    • negatively filled with darkness. Thus we may be confronting a space
    • positive”. Or we may be confronting a space that is filled with
    • space differ for our perception from the negative? As to the
    • given up to a light-filled space and to a darkness-filled space. We
    • space, with a kind of in-drawing of the light. It is as though our
    • kind of enrichment when in a light-filled space. We draw the light
    • kinship between the condition space is in when filled with darkness
    • and on the other hand the filling of space which we call matter,
    • to recognize the following, When we are in a light-filled space we do
    • in a way unite with this light-filled space. Something in us swings
    • out into the light-filled space and unites with it. But we need only
    • spaces of our immediate environment and on the other hand the way we
    • space and so attract each other (
    • receive in the space between them and outside them.”
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    • Relatively dark spaces are created, — that is all. Where the
    • shadow is, is simply a dark space. Moreover, looking at the surface
    • then first projecting the phenomena we see out into space. We with
    • Something, they say, is going on in the space outside, this then
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    • the intervening space it could not get through, then again it
    • other according to the three dimensions of space. Thus we can
    • fill the empty space. Will you then say that the air which the
    • from outside, but the empty space — purely to describe the
    • already in existence, only it is outside of space. It is not yet in
    • space. The conditions for it to enter space are not given until I
    • surrounding space into the vacuum inside when the conditions have
    • space along certain lines, of which an image was there. So have the
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    • idea that the electricity that spreads through space is in some way
    • akin to the light that spreads through space, — the latter
    • the other. Electricity is thus able to take effect across space,
    • influences or agencies do in fact spread out in space in a way
    • space we could put two such “inductors”, as we may call
    • spreads out in space and takes effect at a distance. In like
    • spreading out through space, — analogous to the way one
    • spreads out through space and takes effect at a distance, unfolding
    • sequences of waves. Also for warmth as it spreads outward into space,
    • imagined material particles to be shooting through the space inside
    • matter, the several particles of which are raying through space
    • which, when charged electrically, will shoot through space in this
    • finely-divided condition — shooting through space. Not that
    • showering through space. The old wave-theory was shaken. However,
    • material particles showering through space, — or is it
    • was matter shooting through space. This too now proved
    • that the real thing in space is the velocity; it is velocity
    • mere movement, space and time. We are including what is no longer
    • space and having properties like those we formerly attributed to
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    • screen which you put in the way; the space behind the screen is
    • surfaces and bodily forms in space. But the phenomena in these
    • only look parallel so long as I hold fast to a space that is merely
    • space. I need only assume that the two lines meet, in reality,
    • discover: whilst in the space which I myself construct in thought
    • — the space of ordinary Geometry — the three angles of
    • envisage another and perhaps more real space. The sum of the angles
    • space of our own conceiving? We must admit: the space which we
    • occupy only a portion of your space. You then enjoy, what you are

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