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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Chemistry of today, our scientists are fated in regard, whatever
    • experiment. Today, by way of introduction, — and, as the saying
    • aspects that shall help our understanding. In today's lecture it will
    • The scientist today
    • by the man of today in scientific research, is that he tries by
    • and research as pursued today and on the other hand the Goethean
    • the phenomena of Nature. Today, of course, this hope is rather
    • doubt it seems an ultimate ideal to the Science of today, to
    • Today, I think, both
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    • confused ideas. Indeed, with the resources of Physics as it is today
    • down a certain formula, putting it forward today simply as a
    • Physics today cannot
    • — We have to consider man, not in the abstract manner of today,
    • Monism of mere words, pursued today with lack of real insight. It is
    • — I wish to speak today. I mean the relation to the outer world
    • make clear to you today. Now if you want to consider for yourselves,
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    • We will today begin
    • there is one more experiment I wish to shew today, and from it we may
    • shade? This we will try to answer tomorrow. Today we will adduce what
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    • Today I will begin by
    • “Phosphorus” today; it refers to phosphorescent bodies of
    • need to get hold of today, for we shall afterwards want to relate it
    • credulous believers in the Physics of today, nor need we be of
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • therefore begin today with these more theoretical reflections and put
    • presented in the schools today, reaches hardly any farther back than
    • 16th century was radically different. Today at school we get so
    • thought prevailing in the schools today with that which can be gained
    • The ordinary physicist of today thinks there is stronger light and
    • it still is to a great extent today. There have indeed been
    • fundamental assumption, from which the people of today seem to be
    • matters of principle today, to give the necessary background. In
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    • today with an experiment bearing upon our studies of the theory of
    • darkness. Today I will begin by shewing you the phenomenon of
    • should be borne in mind. Today now we will go thus far; please
    • however one more thing I want to demonstrate today. It is among the
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • prevalent today. Historically it is of course well-known, but
    • Today however,
    • to some extent analyzing the human eye. Today we will do the same
    • the Physics of today, and which is to reality as is a tissue-paper
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    • scientific knowledge. Now to prepare for tomorrow, I must today
    • the barest outline in today's lecture — when in these
    • the gist and conclusion of our studies for today, which I would
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    • can always make visible by experiment. In Science today — and
    • we only go by the resources of Natural Science as it is today, we
    • realms. Man of today can dream quite nicely, thinking out
    • be cited. Reality today — especially in Physics — often

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