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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • a heavy load — a burden due to the belief that only
    • of scientific explanation hitherto applied also to higher
    • them. For the great majority of these reprints, this implies
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    • applied.
    • realm of thought, and those that lie beyond the range of thoughts and
    • that is pieced together by Man from elements supplied by Nature
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    • what is implied when we write down the m. All that is
    • extent, we can bear it no longer. What underlies it is the same in
    • implied in the letter m, yet with our full human being we do
    • that are beneath it that it would not get properly supplied with
    • explaining applies however only to our brain. The remaining portions
    • underlies it, bring about upon the one hand the submersion of the
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    • you who found things difficult to understand). Your difficulty lies
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    • activity. With space and time we are one. Much is implied in what I
    • credulous believers in the Physics of today, nor need we be of
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    • adventitious theories, however, relieve one of the need of making one
    • soul and Spirit-Nature — that underlies it. Lifeless Nature is
    • what underlies the phenomena of light and colour: namely, undulations
    • oblige us no longer to believe in the undulating ether. And when
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • true conception of what underlies this interplay of light and
    • said in an earlier lecture: You, your subjective being, do not live
    • we have the faculty of living in what really underlies the light;
    • the air we push our diaphragm upward. This involves a relief of
    • thus relieve the organic system beneath the diaphragm, the
    • from inner warmth. Your life in the light-element however lies
    • is completely different from the ear. The one indeed lies above and
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    • century at the earliest. By such examples you will most readily
    • of the earliest things to which men became attentive in this
    • phenomenon that underlies it — or, shall we rather say,
    • people fail to reflect that this whole way of thinking, applied to
    • earlier lecture. I said that we must carefully distinguish all that
    • not believe that the sensory impression he experiences is only
    • larynx and that lies farther forward. Etherically we are talking to
    • I do believe,
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    • applied it to the most manifold phenomena of Nature, — nor
    • assumed that when warmth is applied in the steam-engine, this
    • what we believe to be matter, to be in fact no more than flowing
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    • this applies above all to the teacher — it is most important
    • This way of thinking was now applied to the external phenomena
    • believe that we get them on the same basis as the ideas we gain
    • our Science gives us reality. What people fondly believe to be the
    • of the phenomena of Nature. Between the two lies what we meet with
    • untenable ideas — ideas derived from the belief that the
    • Waldorf School. I believe therefore that in arranging these

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