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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • designated m. Our consciousness is dimmed at once. If this
    • of fact. If you let light go through a dim and milky glass or through
    • any cloudy fluid — through dim, cloudy, turbid matter in
    • if the water is cloudy, you see it weakened. By dim and cloudy media
    • respect, however little, every material medium is dim. So is this
    • prism here. It always dims the light to some extent. That is to say,
    • dealing with a light that is somehow dimmed. Here to begin with
    • working-together of matter and light; a dimming of the light arises
    • here. That the dimming of the light has a real effect, you can tell
    • from the simple fact that when you look into light through a dim or
    • cloudy medium you see something more. The dimming has an effect,
    • dimming of the light? We have to do not only with the cone of light
    • — the dimming of the light, brought about by matter. We can
    • quality of dimness that is in the prism. How then does it ray in?
    • the prism. What has been dimmed and darkened, rays into what is light
    • the dimness too is shining up into this region. If what is light is
    • deflected upward, then what is dim is deflected upward too. That is
    • to say, the dimming is deflected upward in the same direction as the
    • light is. The light that is deflected upward has a dimming effect, so
    • unimpaired, but into it the darkening, the dimming effect is sent
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  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • dimming or clouding of the light. I was trying to show how through
    • what arises in the prism. This wedge of dimness is the cause. The
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • plate which is in some way dim or cloudy, then what would seem to me
    • things: first the simple light as it streams on, and then the dimness
    • interposed in the path of the light. Moreover this dimness, as we
    • the light is mainly diverted upward, the dimming that arises, raying
    • kind of relation to it, it may well have a dimming or even
    • is to dim the light. This is again brought out in the following
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • other according to the three dimensions of space. Thus we can

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