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- Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- larynx and adjoining organs when we are speaking. There is the act
- pulsating through the larynx and the more sensitive or intelligent
- larynx on the other, is an abstraction; you have no real totality
- physicist or physical physiologist who studies the larynx and the
- only with the larynx. It is not a metamorphosis of the ear; it is a
- metamorphosis of the larynx. Only to touch upon the coarsest
- aspect: just as the muscles of the larynx take hold of the vocal
- should have separated-out what is larynx-like, so to speak, for the
- ethereal, even as the larynx is for the air. And if I now reinsert
- larynx. If we take larynx and ear together as a single whole, we
- muscular in character must be related to the larynx. This of course
- larynx and that lies farther forward. Etherically we are talking to
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