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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • walls of earth 20th-century scientific thinking he brought the
  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • “May scientists and thinkers
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • present-day scientific thinking altogether. The scientists who think
    • wave-movement in the ether. They do not pause to think, whether it is
    • Goethe's way of thinking. In this respect it is especially important
    • ether. Not in this style did Goethe apply scientific thinking. In his
    • subjective or objective? His use of scientific thinking and
    • unknown; he will apply all thinking and all available methods to put
    • the phenomena of Nature to mathematical thinking as Goethe had.
    • disputed no doubt. Some people think he had no clear idea of the
    • — has grown to be the determining factor in the way we think
    • two distinct movements. Think of it thus: the point a is ultimately
    • simply think it — picture it to yourself in thought — how
    • effect. And when in thinking I picture this. The thought — the
    • is in kinematics, in the science of movement also; I think the
    • movements to myself, yet what I think proves applicable to the
    • contemporaries fail to think clearly enough. I will explain by an
    • our own thinking; mechanical phenomena on the other hand must first
    • thinking, even then we shall have to ask — and seek the answer
    • “mass” in this Universe. Howsoever I may think it out, I
    • will adduce one more example. Even as we may think of the unit
    • from point-centres. It is indeed right to think of centric forces
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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only bound to downward tending matter. And now please think of this:
    • when we are thinking.
    • into its thinking. — so to connect outer phenomena like the one
    • this, think of the following, which once again is a simple statement
    • and bright. You need only think of it properly and you will admit:
    • how you will best understand it, you need only think for instance of
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • undergo instils this mental habit. Thinking of outer Nature, people
    • spatially formal, and kinematical. Called on to try and think in
    • edges. Think of it now. In the middle the light has less matter to go
    • at this point it is simply a question of true method in our thinking.
    • thinking in this domain. To illustrate the point more vividly, we
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • can be seen on every hand if we once accustom ourselves to think more
    • suppose a physicist, witnessing this experiment, were thinking in
    • asking you most thoroughly to think of; you should be able to follow
    • According to the physicists who think along these lines, they will in
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    • try to do is to approach the phenomena rightly with our thinking, our
    • to all these other things. Please, once again, only think quite
    • exactly of what I shall bring forward. Think as precisely as you can.
    • But now we set to work and think. We no longer envisage the quick
    • totality, the quickly moving body; instead, we think in terms of two
    • velocity, the one thing actually there, we by our thinking process
    • am now saying. With space and time we are one. Think of it well. We
    • and think them through. For they are basic concepts — very
    • the astral relation — please think it through as thoroughly as
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Nay, the whole way of thinking about the phenomena of Physics,
    • light. Only if we think in this way can we begin to feel what is
    • The ordinary physicist of today thinks there is stronger light and
    • the case of darkness this is how people think: Of light there are
    • progress to a qualitative way of thinking, which very largely
    • it is unthinkable for any force to act at a distance. They then
    • that there is also another way, namely no longer to think of the
    • arisen. This Physics is an outcome of abstraction; it thinks that
    • experiments during these lectures. Thus they think out an universal
    • the form of light among the electro-magnetic effects. They think it
    • Now think a moment
    • Ether-vibrations are moving through space. They think they know what
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • environment. — If you think these things through, you will
    • shall not get any further if we do not try to think out clearly,
    • simply cannot think these notions through to their conclusion, for
    • farther down — think how you live in the element of tone and
    • think it over in the meantime. Taking our start from this, we will
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    • of thinking was very different from what it then became.
    • people fail to reflect that this whole way of thinking, applied to
    • hand all that which we do not merely think out in our own inner
    • even goes on to say: Whoever thinks that the picture which he
    • sitting here, according to this way of thinking (I do not say
    • method, but way-of-thinking) which physicists have grown accustomed
    • been thinking. You were thinking it but did not say it; he now
    • with the whole rose-bush. If I think of it as a mere rose by
    • never compare with the ear if I were thinking realistically, but
    • any spiritual view of Nature. Think for example of what Goethe does
    • element in human thinking. If such demands are unfulfilled, we only
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • to think of it in this way — that the mechanical work, which
    • warmth are in fact similar in some respects. Now they could think the
    • thinking of 19th century Physics had been right.
    • the gaseous condition. He thinks of it as radiant matter —
    • phenomenon arose, making it necessary to think still further. The
    • the velocities which it contains. Think what it signifies: in the
    • shewn again and again, it is only in our Thinking that we are
    • sensory and thinking life. Above all is this true of the phenomena
    • are crossing in ourselves when we descend from our thinking and
    • electricity. We used to think of matter as composed of
    • atoms; now we must think of the electrons, moving through
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    • to develop a right way of thinking upon the facts and phenomena
    • of matter itself in its old form. Out of the old ways of thinking,
    • place from here (as we say yesterday, this is how Crookes thinks of
    • ideas, into his very thinking. Unable any longer to think the
    • think, by what they could, — namely by what was purely
    • the 19th-century thinking to penetrate into the phenomena. But this
    • phenomena themselves with human thinking. Now to this end certain
    • arithmetical thinking. Geometry, you know, was a very ancient
    • quadrilateral etc., — the way of thinking all these forms in
    • This way of thinking was now applied to the external phenomena
    • presented by Nature. Meanwhile however, for the thinkers of the
    • century thinking went a long way in this direction, especially
    • Euclidean Geometry which we ourselves think out. Might it not be
    • only we who by our own way of thinking first translate this into
    • thinking you fetch up from the subconscious part of your being,
    • think of as akin to one-another. However, human thinking has in our
    • time not yet gone far enough, really to think its way into these
    • realms. Man of today can dream quite nicely, thinking out
    • thinking must in themselves become more saturated with reality. It
    • your thinking, with your forming of ideas, no longer fully
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