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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • of Physics. There is one thing however to which we may draw attention
    • scientific method is not to draw conclusions from the known to the
    • ourselves. We may make outer drawings on them, but this is only to
    • illustrate by outer drawings, we might equally well imagine purely in
    • outer drawing; I could simply have instructed you in thought to form
    • some little grain of material substance. I exert a force to draw it
    • movement as such; now I am saying that a force draws the little ball
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • exhausts, sucks out, withdraws from us the force of consciousness.
    • liquid it strives upward, — in some sense it withdraws itself
    • we measured it we should find it is not an exact circle. It is drawn
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • that they are drawn out of the light, as though the light had been
    • should get a figure of light still more drawn out than before. But it
    • and drawn together. Here then we have a fresh interaction between
    • To draw it
    • Following what has actually happened with my drawing, I must say: the
    • former instance but in cross-section as I am now drawing it (
    • and diagrams we ought to realize that with every line we draw we
    • as such. The lines I have been drawing are but the limits of the
    • aperture. What I draw has nothing to do with the light; I am only
    • move in this way and I should have to draw the arrow in this
    • have formed such a habit of drawing lines into the light, and from
    • happens. I draw a line from the eye towards the object in the
    • shorten the force and so I myself draw the object upward. In meeting
    • the stronger resistance I draw in the force and shorten it. If I
    • enveloping the inner portion. To draw it in cross-section (
    • eye you look into the pupil. I am now drawing it from the side and in
    • of it, the cornea. This outermost integument (I have here drawn it)
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • drawing of the phenomenon (see
    • the other mirror. Such is the distribution you are to assume; I draw
    • drawing of it. We may have what I shewed you yesterday — a
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • VIa). Through it you look at a luminous object. As I am drawing
    • the direction of the “ray” I am now drawing, the light
    • draw the so-called “normal at the point of incidence”. If
    • space, with a kind of in-drawing of the light. It is as though our
    • kind of enrichment when in a light-filled space. We draw the light
    • withdraw, to suck at us and take away. So too must we distinguish
    • colours on the other hand have a quality of drawing on us, sucking at
    • from the lighter colours we draw near the darker ones, the blue and
    • individuals who have attempted from time to time to draw attention to
    • fact is simply that it draws nearer to the Earth. We see it now at
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • than our environment we feel the latter as if it were drawing,
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • this branch of Science. I have already drawn your attention to the
    • process of suction is produced to draw the sound from its
    • the particular tone that is drawn in, is modified by the kind of
    • the air is to be drawn in. The air would then expand into the inner
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • draw your attention to the development of electrical discoveries,
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • by drawing a parallel to the base of the triangle through the
    • Physics — we calculate and draw them in geometrical figures.
    • Yet, are we only drawing on the surface after all, or are we
    • calculating, or drawing it geometrically, or analyzing the forms of
    • itself. With your ordinary body — I draw it diagrammatically
    • draw your ether— and astral body together, so that they

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