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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • never from theoretical programmes. Time and again, what he gave
    • first had to be rekindled and awakened in our time — a
    • my life-work began at a time when many people were feeling
    • the facts of organic evolution. The longing of our time for
    • thought which have led to it. The time was calling, yet
    • “The time required, so it seemed
    • of time. It would have pleased me best to let the spoken word
    • our time, one must have recourse to my published writings. In
    • time. Yet side by side with this requirement I had to do full
    • higher forms of reality”, the time will surely come when
  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • yet known in Goethe's time. I could only do justice to such
    • “In time to come there will be
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • ago, I would like to say that in the short time at our disposal I
    • Nature in our time has been subject, for the teacher and educator it
    • of Nature in the customary manner of our time, generally have no very
    • modern time will generally work. Admittedly, this way of working is
    • Scientists in our time do not reflect that they should really examine
    • has gone on pursuing ever since his time, was not according to
    • time makes experiments; having thus studied the phenomena, it then
    • beholds spread out in space and going on in time is for him one, a
    • time they are felt to be the one and only firm foundation.
    • Increasingly in modern time, the mathematical way of studying the
    • Ib). This time, the point a will signify a material thing —
    • is concerned with the way forces work in space and time. Arithmetic,
    • mechanics, of atoms and molecules; indeed, for a long time they
    • movement in such a way that the latter goes a centimetre a second
    • so many times greater than the force needed to make a gramme go a
    • centimetre a second quicker every second, we know the ratio between
    • body which would be able to impart an acceleration of a centimetre
    • the leap — the leap, this time, from that in Nature which is
    • time have only looked in one direction, always observing external
    • the more so as the time has come at last when the impossibility of
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  • 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
    • well-known theorem. (We can go into it again another time so that
    • object of equal weight, suspended this time, at the other end of the
    • body of consciousness and makes it all the time asleep. This indeed
    • time and can build no bridge from thence to the outer reality of
    • indeed high time, if I may say so, for Physics to get a little grit
    • in greater detail in due time. Now in and with the light the colours
    • — moved upward. This time however the circle of light is
    • yet at the same time, into the body of light which is thus diverted
    • same time you see that the material prism plays an essential part in
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • direction pursued by Science in modern time. Moreover — I speak
    • stacked them away, hoping for a convenient time to begin his
    • it another time, as to how this effect can be determined, by which I
    • the time. The prism only provides the occasion for them to line up
    • orientation. But in the morning when you first awaken you sometimes
    • Goethe's time. According to modern Physics, here are the colours of
    • time enough to make itself felt as such in our eye. Scarcely have I
    • again before I have time to rid myself of the impressions of the
    • scientific doctrine even in Goethe's time, and so he was instructed.
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
    • Friends, in modern time. The phenomena have not merely been observed
    • this cylinder of light and the spectrum of it, while at the same time
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • of which we spoke last time. You will remember: when an incandescent
    • remaining time — we shall now have to consider the relation of
    • I shall now only have time for a for a few matters of principle.
    • will then at last enable us in time to “catch” — as
    • exposure the stone went on shining for a time, emitting a certain
    • of that time, you need not take it to mean what is called
    • shining for a time. It thus retains the property of shining with a
    • cause a body to remain coloured still for a certain time after
    • object passes through, by the time t. This therefore is the
    • the distance s the body passes through, and the time
    • distance s by the real time t, to get the velocity
    • magnitudes — velocity, space and time, — velocity is the
    • second place we envisage the time it takes to do it. From the
    • 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
    • time”, we ourselves have first created them by virtue of
    • 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
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  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • phenomena of light in rather recent times, historically speaking.
    • this takes time and trouble.
    • surface it is again refracted — this time, away from the normal
    • is twice refracted — once towards the normal, a second time
    • such a way as to refer at the same time to all that borders on the
    • observed spiritually at the same time. Only the semblance, as
    • light is sometimes more and sometimes less intense. There can be
    • been the bane of Physics since the 16th century. In course of time
    • individuals who have attempted from time to time to draw attention to
    • fragmentary way which is so prevalent in our time.
    • In more recent times
    • times the old theories were rather shaken. Before these mutual
    • once more to something of the sense-world, yet at the same time to
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • in the meantime as a kind of preparation. We are not advancing in
    • surface for a time, then turn your eye away and look straight at
    • green surface as an after-image in time of the red which you were
    • eye for a time to red, the colour or coloured after-image that is
    • appearing afterwards only in point of time. Looked at objectively
    • only beneath the niveau this time, whilst in the eye it is
    • of our time is, as you see, in an even sorrier position than the
    • think it over in the meantime. Taking our start from this, we will
    • water all about, stirring it thoroughly. After a time we shall look
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Science. Namely, before that turning-point in time, man's whole way
    • distance and hear the report some time later, just as you hear the
    • such a thing as a velocity of light, you may then call the time
    • your perception of the sound, the time the sound has taken to go
    • adopted in modern time, — adopted most of all, perhaps, in
    • Physics, especially at the beginning of modern time, either by the
    • to here, every time it came upon a hole it went through, then in
    • outer we got 80 in the same period of time. The beats bring about
    • of time we have 80 beats, 80 air-waves in the one case and 40 in
    • times s in a second. The path, the distance therefore,
    • n times s. Now please recall what I said in an
    • subjective. In course of time it has become part of their very
    • Times without number you may have this experience. You are at table
    • thing happens in my eye as when I hear and speak at the same time.
    • as you would do if you were listening intently and every time, to
    • to someone and at the same time repeating what you heard, word for
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • intention of continuing when I am here again, so that in time these
    • was so developed and interpreted in course of time that they
    • too being already conceived at that time as a wave-movement in the
    • time, was to be revolutionary.
    • something quite different after all? In course of time the
    • element that wants to move nine times as fast as the other. One
    • against the other that tends to go nine times as quickly. Now
    • present time? It is the different velocities with which the normal,
    • recent times is compelling even Physics — though, to begin
    • mere movement, space and time. We are including what is no longer
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    • of waves and undulations was followed, as we say, by a new time. It
    • pure Geometry — was a thing handed down from ancient time.
    • time not yet gone far enough, really to think its way into these
    • recent times the physicists have had recourse to a new device.
    • one thinks, this is connected with the whole misery of our time.
    • Admittedly, he saw the scientific ideas of his time rather as one
    • human beings of our time to get free of the ways of Kant and
    • one witnesses indeed from time to time, shewing how what is wrong
    • learned physicist of our time in peroration voices his ideal,

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