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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • and gave to the world, took his start from real needs, —
    • the faculty to apprehend the spiritual aspect of the World
    • materialism to a spiritual understanding of the World. It is a
    • transcend the mechanical explanation of the World generally
    • the world no longer satisfied us now, we ought not to expect
    • spiritual world are imparted to the prevailing culture of our
    • in written books intended for the world at large. In these
    • world.”
    • the dead mechanistic picture of the world which the last
    • impossibility and untruth of this world-picture. Then will the
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • world-conception into our physical and chemical ideas, was as yet
    • can be derived from Goethe's general world-outlook. We must begin by
    • read as the first dawning of a new world-outlook. Yet on the whole,
    • Nature and the World. Goethe therefore remains amid the sequence of
    • reference to the outer world. We may count peas as well as electrons.
    • the world of facts. If once you realize this difference between the
    • mental activity. Forces you have to measure in the outer world. The
    • be tried and tested by us in the outer world. Our scientists however
    • involves realities of the outer world. What, in effect, must be
    • world of thought so that they then hold good in outer Nature, we get
    • we always look for, when speaking of the World in terms of Physics.
    • forces of some kind. It will be the dawn of a new world-conception in
    • only find them when as it were I go to the very ends of the world
    • nearer and nearer the edge of the World: — the force would be
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • to the relation you enter into with the outer world whenever you
    • — I wish to speak today. I mean the relation to the outer world
    • outer world than where we impinge on matter and make acquaintance
    • part in the outer world. Our forces of consciousness in some way
    • world of colour meets us with a polar quality? Because in fact the
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • outer world. At this place in the human body therefore — in the
    • the outer world. The lens too is to a high degree
    • we shall try gradually to discover how the many-coloured world
    • emerges for us from the relation of the eye to the outer world. Now
    • the external world. Here is a disc, mounted on a wheel and painted
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only one that has reality. What is really there in the world outside
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Something in our outer world communicates itself to us when we are
    • in direct connection with what is given to us from the outer world
    • — the details of the sense-world. Now there is one realm of
    • complication of what is going on in the world of light. Till the more
    • sense-world is explained by an unknown super-sensible, the vibrating
    • 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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    • we have three stages in man's relation to the outer world — I
    • live in what is there going on in the outer world. Not so when you
    • warmth) you come to terms with the outer world in a comparatively
    • they speak so unrealistically of what is there in the outer world,
    • processes in the objective world external to yourself, you can
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • real in the world outside myself, — then I must concentrate
    • is, in the world outside us, no more nor less than a certain
    • there in himself while in the world outside him is simply vibrating
    • type, still connected to some extent with the outer world, could be
    • outer world and finds expression in waves of alternate compression
    • its study of the World, in that it starts by comparing what is not
    • the outer world mere oscillations are going on when you hear sound?
    • get once more the picture of the World which is so worshipped in
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • great spiritual streams to which the web and woof of the world is
    • are here crossing the same boundary as to the outer world, which we
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • not able really to enter the facts of the outer world. In the realm
    • inner activity to receive the world of colour into his forming of
    • of phenomenon in the outer world, — but the
    • objective powers of the World, if I may put it so, — those
    • not but arise: Are then the processes of the real world — the
    • world we see and examine with our senses — ever to be taken
    • There is no guarantee that what is going on in the outer world does
    • outer world the ideas of “scientific” arithmetic and
    • not gained these ideas from the outer world. We are applying ideas
    • experience with the outer world; these on the other hand —
    • impact of the chair. All this elaboration of the outer world
    • then that you come into that region — even of the outer world
    • placed into this world of sound and tone — as I explained in
    • essence of the sound or tone is of course there in the outer world
    • respect of the relation of man to the external world the
    • there was once a world so crazy as to explain the evolution of the

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