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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • phenomena of electricity are given to the human being, who thereupon
    • instance of the force of electricity, the force of magnetism, the
    • and electricity. From the results of experiment they try to arrive at
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    • electricity with which magnetic effects are always somehow
    • associated. Here, then, what is described as “electric
    • the effect of electricity on the phenomena of light now led to the
    • light and those of magnetism and electricity.
    • between light and electricity, they feel obliged to regard, what is
    • vibrating there, as electricity raying through space. Mark well what
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    • draw your attention to the development of electrical discoveries,
    • elementary phenomena of electricity. A rod of glass, or it may be
    • gets electrified and will attract bits of paper. If the electrical
    • speaks of vitreous and resinous electricities respectively;
    • peculiar thing is that positive electricity always induces and
    • IXa). If you electrify a metal rod and impart the electricity
    • characteristic phenomena, say, of positive electricity, the other
    • other, imbued with negative electricity, so as to bring about a
    • connection of the electrical forces, positive and negative, with
    • electricity can be conducted out here, where it confronts the
    • other. We see how the electrical forces, when thus confronting one
    • little. If we charged this sufficiently, the positive electricity
    • electrification is called frictional electricity, since the force,
    • electricity”, what is called “contact
    • electricity”, thus opening up to modern Physics a domain
    • simply as “contact electricity”, namely the fact that
    • interaction which can find expression in the form of an electric
    • current from the one metal to the other. We have then the electric
    • electricity”. It is a force of tension which is really always
    • electric currents are passed through them. So that in fact, that
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    • very near relation to those of electricity and magnetism. Now the
    • phenomena produced by the passage of electricity through tubes in
    • the raying light itself something like radiating electricity. I do
    • this way:— The electric current until then had always been
    • electricity itself, for here it leaves the wire, jumps to the
    • issuing from the negative electric pole) upon a screen or other
    • generate the electric current; we pass it through this tube in
    • here, its anode or positive pole here. Sending the electricity
    • electricity itself, the current of electricity, behaves like simple
    • flowing electricity as such, and what we see seems very like the
    • flowing electricity has become manifest to some extent, as a form
    • electricity. For we then come into connection with what in outer
    • is the electricity itself, flowing through there, is imperceptible
    • — a sense for electricity — we should perceive it too,
    • — where electricity lives and moves. Moreover when you do so
    • perceptions of sound, and the perceptions of electrical phenomena
    • so doing you perceive these electrical phenomena.
    • of electricity and magnetism are akin to the sub-conscious element
    • intermediate between light and sound on the one hand, electricity
    • electricity and magnetism — on the other. As in the
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