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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • past. They looked for ways to get beyond that realm of
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • present-day scientific thinking altogether. The scientists who think
    • third way in which the scientist tries to get at the configuration of
    • ways that “scientific research” tries to get near to
    • the phenomena themselves together till in the last resort he gets the
    • correct is altogether different from the way we contemplate and form
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    • to get to b, but we suppose it does not go there at once. It
    • get to b. Thus I can also imagine the movement from
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    • must not forget. There must be a mass at the point a, to begin with.
    • it really? And we shall have to admit: Here we already get stuck! The
    • world of thought so that they then hold good in outer Nature, we get
    • get to know in quite external ways, namely a weight. In the last
    • mechanics. Not till we get to mechanics, have we the content of what
    • you were studying the play of forces in an animal or vegetable embryo
    • B' and C'; and so on. I should thus get a notion of
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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • gets bigger. This too we must take into account; we have an ever
    • our reach, so that we can only get to know it, as it were, by staring
    • altogether contained within what is calculable and what is spatial
    • Can I get a clear intelligible notion of what the m
    • contains, as by arithmetic, geometry and kinematics I get a clear
    • analogous to what goes on in us when we get the clear intelligible
    • recourse to these, you will never get beyond what is phoronomical,
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    • get the loss of weight exactly. You know this is called the law of
    • that are beneath it that it would not get properly supplied with
    • but so as to bring the spiritual and the physical together. Only the
    • indeed high time, if I may say so, for Physics to get a little grit
    • man. In the part of him which serves Intelligence, you get the ether
    • free, as it were, while for the rest of him you get it bound to the
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    • and so on, — please to forget them now. Hold to the simple
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  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the diverse ways in which light and dark work together —
    • yourselves: Here we get stuck! You must attribute it to the unnatural
    • light, the physicists went on to say, we get the sequence of colours:
    • Goethe wanted to get
    • often happens, one does not get down to a thing right away. Now
    • through the space of the room, we get a white circle on the screen.
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    • when by reducing the circle in size we get a continuous sequence of
    • at the borders, where light and dark flow together.
    • prisms together so as to make them into a single whole. The lower one
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    • prism, I should of course get something very like what we had
    • should get a figure of light still more drawn out than before. But it
    • get an image of the circle of light as if there were two pushed
    • together, one from either end. But I could now move the screen
    • farther in. Again I should get an image. That is to say, there would
    • to get an image. You see then how the double prism treats the light.
    • Where I should otherwise merely get the image extending from red to
    • violet, I now get the outer edges red, with violet in the middle and
    • should get a similar figure if I moved the screen farther away.
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  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Colour. Of course the phenomena get complicated; the simple
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    • passing through the prism, the light gets darkened. The moment we
    • overwhelms and outdoes the darkness. We get the yellowish or
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    • corresponds a kind of substance, so that seven colours altogether are
    • indeed most interesting, and we must try to get a clear idea of what
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    • get pictures by means of the one mirror and also pictures by means of
    • difficult to see. Nay, altogether, in the textbooks you will find the
    • one wants to rush on; the other gets in the way and, in consequence,
    • it extinguishes the light. Here therefore on the screen we do not get
    • here get an element of darkness (
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    • step, here once again the light is able to get through more easily.
    • We get the pattern of a lattice, moving on from step to step. Turn by
    • turn, the light from above can get through and extinguishes the
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  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • prism, we get a “spectrum”, a luminous picture, very like
    • what we should get from the Sun, (compare
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    • found to act like an untransparent body. It gets in the way of the
    • yellow) of the spectrum. It blots it out, so that we get a black line
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    • however we must get hold of the pure facts.
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    • need to get hold of today, for we shall afterwards want to relate it
    • distance s by the real time t, to get the velocity
    • us is the velocity; the s and t we only get by
    • not what you can get from the first text-book you may purchase. Nor
    • is it what you can get by reading Goethe's Theory of Colour.
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • 16th century was radically different. Today at school we get so
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    • — I let into the room a cone of light which then gets diverted
    • our eyes. Otherwise our very habit of thought begets the impression
    • these facts together.
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    • together. My task is not merely to describe what I see; I have to
    • however in the machines which we ourselves piece together from the
    • insofar as they are pieced together from sundry forces of Nature by
    • ourselves. Only the “put-togetherness” of them is
    • recoil of elastic bodies are not so difficult to get to know, they
    • as vibrations in the elastic ether. In the last resort we shall get
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • that wherever colours arise there is a working-together of light
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    • shadows. I darken this source of light and get green, said Goethe
    • demonstrated. In the one case we get a grey, a bit of darkness, a
    • with colour. The light and darkness then work together in a
    • shall not get any further if we do not try to think out clearly,
    • together what I have just been shewing with what I told you before
    • since they get so little help from the psychologists. The latter,
    • — the surface will get warm. By this exertion you have
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • — and you get something like a “velocity of propagation
    • experiments; they are at hand, if I may say so. What you can get
    • the intervening space it could not get through, then again it
    • together what I have just been saying and what was said once
    • this way of thought be true) are altogether subjective, since my
    • utters it. It is the sympathetic going-together of events (or
    • the cornea. As we go inward, we were saying, the eye gets ever more
    • totality when you take together the more volitional element
    • so long as you separate these two. The two belong together; this is
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    • larynx. If we take larynx and ear together as a single whole, we
    • — the perceiving, receiving activity of the eye. You will get
    • together which are assigned to seemingly distinct organs of the
    • make them, even as the conditions for the outer air to get into the
    • get once more the picture of the World which is so worshipped in
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • gets electrified and will attract bits of paper. If the electrical
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    • together with a metallic discharger we should cause a spark to fly
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    • phenomenon gets modified. The electricity which otherwise flows
    • not get where I want to in this course if I did not go through them
    • tubes, to get to know their conditions and reactions. Certain
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    • — an altogether different substance. Thus we no longer have
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    • Ohm's Law. Now one was able, so to speak, to get a glimpse of the
    • the cathode rays). The “bombs” do not get through the
    • through the tube, we are now getting the so-called cathode rays. We
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    • Xa) together make a straight angle — an angle of
    • while α' + ß' + γ' taken together give an
    • angles together make 180°, breaks down. For I should then
    • that they are getting no further. They will only emerge from the
    • including the forces? Whence do we get these ideas? We may commonly
    • believe that we get them on the same basis as the ideas we gain
    • door of the lecture-theatre he gets involved in a quarrel. The
    • very act of losing it get more into reality. Conceivably for
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    • draw your ether— and astral body together, so that they
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    • not get our children into difficulties. But this at least we can
    • so as to get the children to think in connection with the
    • human beings of our time to get free of the ways of Kant and

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