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  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • young in mind and in ideal — those above all who seek
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • is of great importance to have the right direction of ideas, at any
    • world-conception into our physical and chemical ideas, was as yet
    • the idea, the fundamental views which we can gain on the results of
    • clear idea of what constitutes the field of their researches.
    • idea of what Nature is, but from the way in which the scientist of
    • how these “universals”, these general ideas, are related
    • tries to form ideas about the so-called causes that are supposed to
    • ideally transparent and comprehensive.
    • disputed no doubt. Some people think he had no clear idea of the
    • Mechanics, we have to go beyond the life of ideas and mental
    • doubt it seems an ultimate ideal to the Science of today, to
    • theory of Gravitation. Ideas are now emerging almost every year,
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • impossible ever to gain valid ideas of what is meant or should be
    • the text-books or go among the physicists to ascertain what ideas
    • confused ideas. Indeed, with the resources of Physics as it is today
    • it is not really possible to gain true or clear ideas of what
    • me myself to correspond also to this, — just as my idea of the
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the main idea of the present course is for me to tell you some of the
    • really healthy ideas into a modern school. We must find ways of
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • This idea that there
    • indeed most interesting, and we must try to get a clear idea of what
    • However, there were phenomena at variance with this idea; so then
    • Fresnel's experiment: we get the following idea. The movement of the
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • forming of ideas. There is another fundamental idea which you will
    • to gain a proper idea of these external bodies. All we should say is
    • with the old Konigsberg habit, by which I mean, the Kantian idea. The
    • idea.
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • century conceived this strange idea of universal, inorganic, lifeless
    • only thing we can legitimately do is to form our ideas and concepts
    • one is thus led to the idea: When the air beats upon our ear and we
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • idea of Goethe's is mistaken, as you may readily convince
    • experience. Now comes the veriest tangle of confused ideas. The
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    • the first to cultivate the materialistic ideas which are so
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    • is, the 19th century was chiefly filled with the idea that we must
    • idea that the electricity that spreads through space is in some way
    • primitive mechanical ideas, but makes it necessary to give our
    • idea of 19th century physicists was once again fulfilled to some
    • this kind led Crookes and others to the idea that what is there in
    • they found none. So they consoled themselves with the idea that it
    • idea-forming, conscious life into our life of Will. All that is
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    • not say that they were right, but this idea arose. It came about in
    • ideas, into his very thinking. Unable any longer to think the
    • hold of in a fully valid way with geometrical ideas derived from a
    • idea that what takes place outside us partly accords with what we
    • Euclidean Geometry which we ourselves think out. Might it not be
    • Euclidean geometry and all the formulae thereof?
    • geometrical or kinematical ideas are related to what appears to us
    • and kinematical — ideas. What is the origin of these, up to
    • and including our ideas of movement purely as movement, but not
    • 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
    • outer world the ideas of “scientific” arithmetic and
    • not gained these ideas from the outer world. We are applying ideas
    • ideas come from? That is the cardinal question. Where do they come
    • from? The truth is, these ideas come not from our intelligence
    • the ideas derived from sense-perception. They come in fact from the
    • is indeed immense between all the other ideas in which we live as
    • arithmetical and kinematical ideas. The former we derive from our
    • the geometrical, the arithmetical ideas — rise up from the
    • organ in the metabolism. Our geometrical ideas above all spring
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