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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • our deeper, latent faculties of knowledge the same
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • how these “universals”, these general ideas, are related
    • correct is altogether different from the way we contemplate and form
    • calculate from this figure, how big the pull a — c and
    • got to b; thus I can calculate how strongly I must pull
    • calculate this in the same way as I did the displacements in our
    • and simple), that I could calculate, purely in thought. Not so when a
    • we may formulate it. We look for centres which we then investigate as
    • out from such centres. Suppose we find the effect. If I now calculate
    • forces with their potentials. How to calculate a potential for what
    • calculate potentials? An answer can indeed be given, and it is such
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • buoyancy and is thus formulated: — Immersed in a liquid, every
    • in this case, whatever modifications may be due to the plates of
    • isolated, here the etheric body is not inserted into the physical
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only colours arise; there is also the lateral displacement of the
    • through the lens. If I confronted the light with an ordinary plate of
    • instead of the simple plate, made of glass or water, I have a lens.
    • the eye, formations whose development is stimulated from without, and
    • others stimulated from within, meet one-another in a very striking
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • plate which is in some way dim or cloudy, then what would seem to me
    • colour-spectrum, began to speculate as to the nature of light. Here
    • but while these things are calculated very neatly, one cannot but
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • It has grown late and
    • need to get hold of today, for we shall afterwards want to relate it
    • just now, we swim with our etheric body. How then do we relate
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • by following the facts straightforwardly. Suppose this were a plate
    • what you saw before the plate of glass was there, you do indeed
    • we are asked to assume, if we be looking through such a plate of
    • glass. Here, to begin with, the light impinges on the plate, then it
    • instance I may perhaps want to refer to some isolated light, but even
    • is this light, which may be stronger or weaker related to darkness?
    • ether and try to calculate what they suppose must be going on in this
    • ethereal ocean. Their calculations relate to an unknown entity which
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • (the left-hand) light. I make the light go through a plate of
    • [After some careful experiments on a later occasion,
    • Having thus contemplated how you live in light and warmth, look
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • distance and hear the report some time later, just as you hear the
    • the corresponding distance. So you can calculate how quickly the
    • glass plate. We need not actually do all these experiments, but if
    • glass plate would reveal that this tuning-fork is executing regular
    • beat back again however as soon as the body oscillates the other
    • arithmetical (able to be numbered and calculated), nor can they be
    • truly to relate to the ear. Such things as the expanding portions
    • path. We can have no real knowledge of these things if we relate
    • muscular in character must be related to the larynx. This of course
    • approach to the related phenomena. My seeing in effect is
    • work the siren I cause the air to oscillate, — this tone is
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • frog which was in touch with metal plates and began twitching. He
    • had discovered what Volta, a little later, was able to describe
    • further. For it proves possible to calculate, down to the actual
    • nature. On the other hand, in going through a plate of aluminium
    • realm of Nature — into phenomena which are related to the
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • quadrilateral etc., — the way of thinking all these forms in
    • only we who by our own way of thinking first translate this into
    • geometrical or kinematical ideas are related to what appears to us
    • in outer Nature. We calculate Nature's phenomena in the realm of
    • Physics — we calculate and draw them in geometrical figures.
    • say: By all means let us calculate some law of Nature; it will hold
    • Nature. It can indeed become so if we follow up all that is latent

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