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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • We take this opportunity to thank those
    • premisses of thought, taken for granted in those who heard
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • takes its start from Goethe in this realm, as being almost
    • conception. Therefore we will not take our start from the prevailing
    • activity is already taken more or less unconsciously for granted.
    • Nature. He takes the phenomena to begin with — say, such a
    • out. This then — the Urphenomenon — is what Goethe takes
    • in all these three are none the less valid for what takes place in
    • kinematical phenomena can still take place entirely within a space of
    • moment we take leave of things which we can settle purely in the
    • We take hold of a warm
    • the line taken by that school of Science which is at pains to express
    • potentials. In this respect our need will be to take one essential
    • take the right direction with your thinking when you speak thus: Say
    • and every potential is dissolved away. This second leap will take us
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Till we take steps to understand it, it will however be quite
    • which the force is acting on the point. Finally we must take account
    • gets bigger. This too we must take into account; we have an ever
    • illustrate it with an example. Once more I take my start from
    • in this condition. Taken as a whole, their tendency is down-ward.
    • to take hold of such things as physical weight and buoyancy for
    • need some deepening of Science to take hold of these things. We
    • his consciousness actually becomes more awake — awake to take
    • opposite and polar qualities, no less than magnetism does, to take
    • the rainbow in their proper order. We take the fact, purely and
    • outraying light where the dimming effect takes the same direction as
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • yourselves to some extent still have to take the same direction with
    • take my start from a much disputed saying of Goethe's. In the 1780's
    • colours. The latter phenomenon only arises when we take so small a
    • to begin with, considerably reduced in size. What then has taken
    • more force; due to the longer path at the edge, more force is taken
    • to pass, we find it very like any ordinary liquid taken from the
    • partly take our start tomorrow in studying the relation of the eye to
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • take the trouble you will find it everywhere. The simple phenomenon
    • If we now take a
    • But it did not occur to the physicists to take the pure phenomenon as
    • is simply to take the phenomena as we find them.
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • can take effect as it were simultaneously, the sodium line will be
    • — A Bologna cobbler, to take one example, was doing some
    • of that time, you need not take it to mean what is called
    • take ordinary paraffin oil and look through it towards a light, the
    • green. But if you take your stand to some extent behind it — if
    • Bologna stone, we can take the light away and the thing still goes on
    • t it takes to do it. We are supposed to be dividing the real
    • second place we envisage the time it takes to do it. From the
    • velocity”. Nor should we say, “The body takes so much
    • mean now, a phenomenon that takes its course purely within the light.
    • call “bodily colours”. Please take these things to heart
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • habit of feeling the pure facts as such; please do not take my words
    • this takes time and trouble.
    • I will now take my
    • found to be displaced. Please take this well into account. Here is a
    • must take the dark seriously, — take it as something real. (The
    • appearing to the outer senses, was taken note of; then, to explain
    • in debt, the fourth is £50 in debt. Yet why should I take note
    • surrounded by darkness, and we shall find — I beg you to take
    • withdraw, to suck at us and take away. So too must we distinguish
    • under the influence of light; something is taken from us, we are
    • other lectures too. Take a crystal cube of rock-salt. It is in some
    • has taken place. First it is light and colour which they desire to
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • shadows, without perceptible colour. You only need to take a good
    • idea of Goethe's is mistaken, as you may readily convince
    • yourselves. Take a little tube and look through it, so that you
    • this instance was mistaken, and as the error is incorporated in his
    • have studied, I want you to take note of the pure fact we have just
    • environment? Take then the following experiment. Fill a bucket with
    • of light, inasmuch as we ourselves partake in this element. Quite
    • partake also in this. Our consciousness is indeed able to dive down
    • our own consciousness have to partake in the phenomena of light so
    • have to partake in the element of warmth so that we swim also in
    • this; so too must we partake in the element of air. We must
    • breathing process. In that my bodily organism partakes in these
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • your perception of the sound, the time the sound has taken to go
    • have gradually discovered what kind of movement it is. It takes
    • Please take
    • into such obvious mistakes. And yet they do. The whole distinction
    • take it to be a finished reality, for it need not be so at all. The
    • But we have still not reached the end. All this that takes its
    • totality when you take together the more volitional element
    • what is left of the eye if I first take away the vitreous body and
    • aspect: just as the muscles of the larynx take hold of the vocal
    • they take hold of it.
    • larynx. If we take larynx and ear together as a single whole, we
    • of light. Having begun with the mistaken premise that eye and ear
    • are equally sense-organs, we shall be no less mistaken in our
    • never do this if you take your start from the colour-theory of
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the other. Electricity is thus able to take effect across space,
    • spreads out in space and takes effect at a distance. In like
    • spreads out through space and takes effect at a distance, unfolding
    • taken by the electricity. Thus we may say: What otherwise goes
    • magnet, so that it takes this form (
    • to which I have been introducing you, all of them take their course
    • in the element of light in such a way that we ourselves partake in
    • scientists have taken the first step — they only do not yet
    • have taken the first step towards the recognition of the fact that
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • while α' + ß' + γ' taken together give an
    • world we see and examine with our senses — ever to be taken
    • idea that what takes place outside us partly accords with what we
    • blind alley if they first take the trouble to find out what is the
    • spirit with which these lectures — if we may take them as a
    • it, but you can at least take notice of it; you know that

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