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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • educators, — not to apply directly in your lessons, but as a
    • is of great importance to have the right direction of ideas, at any
    • phenomena of Nature — I do not say directly, the mathematical
    • sets out in this other direction and reaches c. If it then
    • denote it by a corresponding length in this direction. With a force
    • a different force than when I pulled direct from a to
    • b. Then I might add a second pull, in the direction of the
    • proceeds from one direction and works towards another. Thus we may
    • of action in certain directions. And we have sundry means of
    • take the right direction with your thinking when you speak thus: Say
    • time have only looked in one direction, always observing external
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • always have to say, a point) is moving in a certain direction. For
    • upward, and we can indicate the direction in which it is
    • to say, the dimming is deflected upward in the same direction as the
    • same direction as the light is. And now you see the outcome. Here in
    • outraying light where the dimming effect takes the same direction as
    • the deflection of it works in an opposite direction to the deflection
    • same direction as the cone of light, while on the other hand, because
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • direction pursued by Science in modern time. Moreover — I speak
    • yourselves to some extent still have to take the same direction with
    • — thrust apart — in the direction of these two arrows.
    • slit. And if I say, “the light moves in this direction”,
    • direction. This again would not concern the light as such. People
    • direction. What is the fact? An object is lying on the bottom of the
    • IIIc). I look and see it in a certain direction. Such is the
    • direction in which I saw it before. Looking in this direction, I
    • facts? Having previously seen the thing in this direction, I expect
    • this other direction. When there was no water in the vessel I could
    • direction. And now the physicists go on to say a very curious thing.
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • object will appear modified by the darkness in the direction of the
    • light colours, i.e. in the direction of the red and yellowish tones.
    • more or less white if I were looking at directly, will appear
    • directly, you will see it black, but if you interpose a trough of
    • upward as it does, shines also in the same direction into which the
    • direction of it through the prism. Instead of looking from outside on
    • be coming directly towards me if the prism were not there, displaced
    • in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
    • over-whelms the dark. Thus as you look in this direction, however
    • direction. After recoiling from the mirror they reach the screen and
    • mirror, for many of them go in that direction also. It will be very
    • that the more bodies are being hurled in a particular direction, the
    • angles to the direction in which the light is being propagated. When,
    • vibrating at right angles to the direction in which the light is
    • light is, once again, a vibration at right angles to the direction in
    • As I said before, the fact that wave-movements in many directions
    • spectrum extending from violet to red — engendered directly by
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • direct kind; nothing is interposed between you and the colours. When
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • this particular direction, — see the
    • the direction of the “ray” I am now drawing, the light
    • find the direction in which the light will be refracted, you must
    • it would go on in this direction. But, they now say, the light is
    • original direction. And now the eye, looking as it is from here, is
    • said to produce the final direction of the ray of light and thus to
    • faculty of stating facts straightforwardly and directly. This has
    • in direct connection with what is given to us from the outer world
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the false direction in which modern Science generally tries to see
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • itself directly into movement in the instruments called pipes.
    • too can be directly demonstrated. We kindle a note in this metallic
    • prove by direct experiment that we are dealing with dilutions and
    • to direct a stream of air on to the moving disc. (He did.) You can
    • directly comparable — the eye and ear in this instance. It is
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    • was in this direction, as I said before that they interpreted what
    • taking this direction: they were always looking for the kinship
    • life since we are looking rather intently in their direction. Look
    • electricity shewed very strange phenomena. A clear direction was
    • indeed laid out for further study, but in pursuing this direction
    • ray, going in opposite directions.
    • Those that first issued directly from the negative pole, proved to
    • being deflected pretty strongly in this direction by the
    • this direction, while yet another is deflected in the
    • opposite direction. The radiation, then, contains three elements.
    • direction, α-rays.
    • nothing analogous. We perceive electricity indirectly.
    • waking life. We do not experience our processes of will directly.
    • going in precisely the same direction when we descend from the
    • direct experience of the phenomena of our own Will; all we are able
    • we have no direct experience of the electrical phenomena of Nature.
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    • can distinguish the rays from the cathode, going in this direction,
    • something of the direction from which it first began, that we were
    • century thinking went a long way in this direction, especially
    • things do not directly belong to one-another. They belong as
    • unfold when half-asleep belongs directly to the outer things which
    • directly. That is of course wide of the mark. For it is only when
    • Xc). In all directions, you drive your ether— and astral
    • have in future, leading directly from the scientific places of

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