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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • cannot find adequate words in which to thank him. Our truest
    • knowledge seemed to me to find expression in such men as
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • causes of phenomena, the scientists are always wanting to find their
    • the 19th century, and we still find it on all hands in the whole way
    • had to read it in a cube of rock-salt. Yet in the latter we must find
    • in many instances we really find it so. There are whole fields of
    • wherever we can find so many single points from which quite definite
    • forces to their centres; we try to find the points from which effects
    • or germ-cell; with this method you would never find your way. No
    • out from such centres. Suppose we find the effect. If I now calculate
    • c, I find that a will work thus and thus on
    • which the life is subject. I shall not find them in a, nor
    • only find them when as it were I go to the very ends of the world
    • only find our way aright if we know what the leap is from Kinematics
    • apart. You may put the question: Where can I find an object where
    • — herein we find the purely centric forces working, working
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • about the phenomena of light, you will find contradictory and
    • perhaps a bridge — the bridge which modern Physics cannot find
    • find the transition, and the consequences of this failure are
    • immense. It cannot find it because it has no real human science,
    • balance. We find the object has become lighter to the extent of the
    • speculation it seeks to find its way across into the realm of matter,
    • and naturally fails to do so. A Science that is spiritual will find
    • we measured it we should find it is not an exact circle. It is drawn
    • more thorough study of it, we should find in it all the colours of
    • simply as we find it; and please — all those of you who learned
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • things which you will not find in the text-books, things not included
    • really healthy ideas into a modern school. We must find ways of
    • find out for himself. Buettner, Privy Councillor in Jena, was kind
    • facts — a space within which I should always find it possible
    • Moreover I shall always find a red edge outside, — in this
    • to find it there again. Yet when I look, I do not see it there but in
    • Finding increased resistance in the water, we are obliged to shorten
    • to pass, we find it very like any ordinary liquid taken from the
    • into the eye, the more life do we find. In the aqueous humour we have
    • external. Inside the vitreous body on the other hand we find inherent
    • find that the external fluid or aqueous humour and the lens grow not
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • by, you will find it confirmed and reinforced in the phenomena you
    • take the trouble you will find it everywhere. The simple phenomenon
    • producing a picture, or again finding their way into the eye and
    • difficult to see. Nay, altogether, in the textbooks you will find the
    • find one place in the spectrum strongly developed. For sodium light
    • then too I find I get a rainbow, only the colours are now in a
    • is simply to take the phenomena as we find them.
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    • It is intended to be, what you will find in neither of the two, and
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • find your way back to the pure facts. You must first cultivate the
    • find the direction in which the light will be refracted, you must
    • surrounded by darkness, and we shall find — I beg you to take
    • note of this very precisely — we shall find that for pure
    • proceed at once to thought-out explanations, we can find manifold
    • we shall find that things are wholes only in certain respects. Even
    • and finds expression in light and colour there is the vibrating
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the effect of it then finds expression in your experience of
    • into the lukewarm water. You will find the lukewarm water seeming
    • this “conversation” which finds expression in the
    • bridge, by which your own inner “lyre of Apollo” finds
    • outward you go, the more physical do you find the eye to be; the
    • In text-books of Psychology you will generally find a chapter on
    • thermometer inside, you would find it a little over
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • speaking about sound and tone which you will find in the customary
    • a first approximation it is not difficult to find what may be
    • of the qualitative reality which finds expression simply and solely
    • ‘tone’. In all manner of variations you will find ever
    • flesh and bone, till such results emerge as you find quoted from
    • outer world and finds expression in waves of alternate compression
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    • interaction which can find expression in the form of an electric
    • finds release, becomes to all appearances very like flowing
    • somehow find a single, abstract, unitary principle at the
    • along its hidden paths. They had naturally hoped to find waves, but
    • magnet. We then find one part of the radiation separating off,
    • lectures is to tell you what you will not find in the text-books.
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    • of a magnet. I beg you to observe it now. You will find the shadow
    • blind alley if they first take the trouble to find out what is the
    • has no other value for reality than what finds expression in the
    • of the old wave-theory, you will find many of them feeling a little
    • sociological ways of thought will find their way into the social
    • said, future generations would find it difficult to understand that

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