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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • never from theoretical programmes. Time and again, what he gave
    • to lead again to spiritual sources that realm of human
    • gain insight into the mechanical domain. If we desire to know
    • “To gain a picture of my own
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the idea, the fundamental views which we can gain on the results of
    • three to which I have referred is again a thing we do before we come
    • Spun as they are purely out of ourselves, the concepts which we gain
    • you put this question, you must ask again: How will you recognize it?
    • to Mechanics, and again what the leap is from external, inorganic
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • are able to gain simply from our own life of thought. We form our
    • impossible ever to gain valid ideas of what is meant or should be
    • it is not really possible to gain true or clear ideas of what
    • well-known theorem. (We can go into it again another time so that
    • consciously aware of this: — Press with your finger against
    • experiment again with a far narrower cylinder of light. You see a far
    • smaller patch of light on the screen. Deflecting it again with the
    • please once more; I will again insert the larger aperture. There is
    • again the cylinder of light passing through space, impinging on the
    • IIb). Again we put the prism in the way. Again the picture of
    • the environment. On the contrary, we must aver (and once again, we
    • So we can say, adhering once again to the facts and not indulging in
    • this, think of the following, which once again is a simple statement
    • whilst at the other pole the darkening stems itself against the
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • light and colour, let us now begin again, but from the other end. I
    • Goethe had to pack the instruments to send them back again. Meanwhile
    • farther in. Again I should get an image. That is to say, there would
    • IIIb), — the prisms meeting at the angle. I should again
    • would be considerably enlarged. Once again, while moving the screen
    • middle, — the opposite of what it was before. There would again
    • again with colours graded from the edge towards the centre. Following
    • widened, — very considerably thrust apart. Again: the simple
    • that again has nothing to do with the light as such; for if I moved
    • direction. This again would not concern the light as such. People
    • to find it there again. Yet when I look, I do not see it there but in
    • again. We must be clear that we ourselves are being active. We,
    • adapted to each other. You see again how deeply mobile everything
    • again before I have time to rid myself of the impressions of the
    • colours are thus put together again, which must once more give
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • IVc). Once again therefore adhering strictly to the facts, we
    • cylinder of light — which, once again, is coming now towards
    • producing a picture, or again finding their way into the eye and
    • again extinguishes the latter, and so evokes another element of
    • step, here once again the light is able to get through more easily.
    • other, producing darkness, once again, and this moves on from step to
    • light is, once again, a vibration at right angles to the direction in
    • experiment, they do; or again, they reinforce each other. In effect,
    • is to dim the light. This is again brought out in the following
    • again from yellow to red — is stunted. We seem to get a very
    • again you see, we need only bear in mind what is actually there. The
    • this was what put Goethe off. And this again shews us how needful it
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • to all these other things. Please, once again, only think quite
    • I will remind you again (as once before in these lectures) of the
    • to gain a proper idea of these external bodies. All we should say is
    • time to do it,” but once again only this: “The body has a
    • to us, — that is the essential thing. Here once again you see
    • Now once again: what I
    • does not matter in this connection). Once again therefore: With our
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • explain more fully. For if we start from the experiences we can gain
    • thought prevailing in the schools today with that which can be gained
    • incidence. Now it goes out again, — out of the glass. (All this
    • light” is seen through the denser medium.) Here then again, at
    • surface it is again refracted — this time, away from the normal
    • as we do so, here once again we feel a kind of polarity prevailing,
    • As against this, the
    • it again tomorrow — between the sounds and the vibrations of
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • of our environment which gains significance for us whenever we are
    • as cold as you can bear. Then put both hands quickly back again
    • therefore, once again, — what is it of you that is swimming
    • imparting something to us. But this grows different again when we
    • enters into the element of air. Here again, it can
    • breathe-in the air and breathe it out again. When we breathe-out
    • breathe-in again, the cerebrospinal fluid is driven upward. I,
    • complicated, forever coming into being and passing away again. It
    • outer air. Here once again the “conversation” becomes
    • the outcome. Here then again we have something localized —
    • at the thermometer again and you will see that it has risen. By
    • dint of purely mechanical work the water will have gained in
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • beat back again however as soon as the body oscillates the other
    • the intervening space it could not get through, then again it
    • could, and so on. Again and again, by the quick motion of the disc,
    • processes” for that again would beg the question). All I am
    • never gain insight into these things unless we have the will to see
    • we turn this disc and blow against the holes, we create the
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    • intention of continuing when I am here again, so that in time these
    • school days. This will enable us, in tomorrow's lecture, to gain a
    • again, I am presumably still recalling what you already know
    • inorganic realm. But we have something else as well, if once again
    • chemical forces and see how warmth arose in the process. Again,
    • has actually been transformed into the warmth. Again, they
    • here once again it was waves! It certainly seemed to justify the
    • cylinder of light is reflected, this is then gathered up again by a
    • idea of 19th century physicists was once again fulfilled to some
    • Suppose you have a magnet or electromagnet. (I must again presume
    • to be raised all over again:
    • against the other that tends to go nine times as quickly. Now
    • shewn again and again, it is only in our Thinking that we are
    • must descend whenever we come up against the simple element of
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • these radiations. Yet in this very experiment we are again
    • shews itself here again as α'. α and
    • ß, over here; again it remains the same.
    • believe that we get them on the same basis as the ideas we gain
    • not gained these ideas from the outer world. We are applying ideas
    • which, once again, is in the human being the realm of Will, —
    • penetrate into reality; you must begin again from another
    • impossible to gain a true or realistic conception of the phenomena

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