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    • forces “centric forces”, inasmuch as they always issue
    • from point-centres. It is indeed right to think of centric forces
    • All physical research amounts to this: we follow up the centric
    • then have to trace the potentials of the centric forces, — so
    • everything in mechanical terms. It looks for centric forces and their
    • this method, looking only for the potentials of centric forces. Say
    • understand even organic phenomena in terms of potentials, of centric
    • in terms of centric forces. Why, in effect, — why not?
    • potentials of such and such centric forces. Yet in this way I could
    • centric forces. If at a given point d you tried to trace the
    • c, you would indeed be referring to the effects to centric
    • interplay unite in d. It is the very opposite of the centric
    • it is not centric forces; it is cosmic, universal forces that are at
    • and centric forces and on the other hand all that leads out into the
    • only centric forces work with their potentials, and on the other hand
    • — herein we find the purely centric forces working, working
    • be referred exclusively to centric forces. In Nature there is no such
    • artificially by Man, the workings of centric forces and cosmic are
    • Nature in such a way as to refer all things to centric forces,
    • defined in terms of centric forces and their potentials. Goethe could
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