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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • never from theoretical programmes. Time and again, what he gave
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • pulling from a to b, to be five grammes; you can
    • of five grammes I am pulling the little ball from a to
    • towards b with a force of five grammes, I should have to
    • gramme — into movement, there must be some force proceeding
    • then the given mass brings the other mass, weighing one gramme, into
    • so many times greater than the force needed to make a gramme go a
    • as a weight, it is 0.001019 grammes' weight. Indeed, to express what
    • downward thrust that comes into play when 0.001019 grammes are being
    • per second per second to a gramme-weight, so too with every
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • about 1250 grammes. If, when we bear the brain within us, it really
    • Truth is, the brain by no means weighs with the full 1250 grammes
    • 20 grammes. For the brain swims in the cerebral fluid. Just as the
    • the brain displaces is about 1230 grammes. To that extent the brain
    • is lightened, leaving only about 20 grammes. What does this signify?
    • tiny portion of it, amounting to the 20 grammes' pressure of which we
    • grammes into which enters the unconscious Will — we live in the
    • extent that 1230 grammes' weight is lost. Even to this extent is

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