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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • and simply as a means of grouping the phenomena. Staying amid the
    • simply think it — picture it to yourself in thought — how
    • outer drawing; I could simply have instructed you in thought to form
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    • are able to gain simply from our own life of thought. We form our
    • down a certain formula, putting it forward today simply as a
    • simply adduce the essential elements to bring the formula before your
    • reach phoronomically. The point is: Are we simply to confess that
    • presence known, to begin with, simply by this: by its ability to
    • light works purely and simply as light, not only do we lose nothing
    • longer simply penetrate to the opposite wall and there produce a
    • us first hold to the phenomenon, simply describing the fact as it
    • simply as we find it; and please — all those of you who learned
    • have to state this, to begin with, simply as a fact. Now in some
    • simply through the fact that the prism on the one hand deflects the
    • and simply taking what is given, purely from what you see you have
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    • a picture, — simply an image of this circular aperture. The
    • to begin with, make their appearance purely and simply as phenomena
    • at this point it is simply a question of true method in our thinking.
    • light at the edge and so the cone of light is broadened. You simply
    • simply have to do with images or pictures, the physicists speak of
    • downward. Instead of simply noting this fact, the physicists will
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • diverted. It would be simply diverted if a transparent body with
    • in this case? Watch what you see, state it simply and then connect it
    • criss-cross through the other, how can this simply pass
    • get a darker. Why is it so? It simply depends on the intensity of
    • through. It is simply there, and though it is yellow itself, the
    • is simply to take the phenomena as we find them.
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    • IVh). Simply to state the fact, this then is what we have to say:
    • the colours appear in this way when we simply look through the
    • relation to the light? How do they, simply by dint of their material
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • it diagrammatically, let me represent the latter simply by a light
    • Simply by looking through the glass and comparing what you see with
    • part, we must admit the lighter part is displaced simply as the upper
    • by the prism — it simply is not true that the cone of light is
    • in reality is never simply light as such; it is always something
    • will only admit one darkness — darkness which is simply there
    • different degrees; darkness is simply darkness. It is this failure to
    • the straightforward facts simply as they present themselves. Goethe
    • have lost the faculty of focusing attention purely and simply on the
    • fact is simply that it draws nearer to the Earth. We see it now at
    • simply stating the phenomenon.
    • depends. For if we do not state the phenomena purely and simply, but
    • been people who have explained the force of gravity simply by saying:
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    • saying which I do not mean to imply that it would be better if I
    • shadow is, is simply a dark space. Moreover, looking at the surface
    • simply cannot think these notions through to their conclusion, for
    • what this school of Physics never does is to go simply into the
    • warmth or heat is simply the work transformed. Transformed, if you
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    • of the qualitative reality which finds expression simply and solely
    • there in himself while in the world outside him is simply vibrating
    • them falsely to begin with by simply placing eye and ear side by
    • globe now contains came into being simply by virtue of what was
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    • simply as “contact electricity”, namely the fact that
    • electricity — cannot be grasped so simply with the help of
    • nor is it simply a fine spray of matter. It is flowing electricity
    • described in former lectures. The same cannot be said so simply of

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