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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • the facts of organic evolution. The longing of our time for
    • these. And yet it seemed to me this longing was oppressed by
    • the world no longer satisfied us now, we ought not to expect
    • spiritual longings that became manifest among the members of
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • things we really must reach clarity. You see, dear Friends, along the
    • a to b so that it does not go along the line a
    • — b but along the line, or the two lines, a — c
    • should be pulling the object along in such a way that it eventually
    • there, before we can speak of a parallelogram of forces? So long as
    • mechanics, of atoms and molecules; indeed, for a long time they
    • Nature into those realms that are no longer accessible to
    • that the old view will serve no longer. No doubt they are still
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • those among you who may no longer recall it from your school days can
    • greater or it may be smaller. So long as we go no farther than to
    • its path. Let us call s the length of the path, all along
    • on long enough you will lose consciousness. You may conclude that the
    • little farther and you will no longer be so remote from understanding
    • consciousness. This is no longer so when we encounter what we have
    • extent, we can bear it no longer. What underlies it is the same in
    • of light, passing along here, is caught on the opposite wall. We now
    • longer simply penetrate to the opposite wall and there produce a
    • you see that the patch of light is no longer down there, where it was
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • felt the theory did not make sense. He was no longer minded to send
    • primary phenomenon. We are no longer seeing the original phenomenon
    • more force; due to the longer path at the edge, more force is taken
    • retina. Of this we can no longer say that it is like any external
    • longer see the colours. You are no doubt seeing a uniform grey. So we
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • have the following phenomenon: Looking along here, I see what would
    • through space was seriously shaken before long by other physicists
    • alongside the darkness you will have a patch of light so much the
    • materialistic way. Bombarding little balls of matter would no longer
    • Such waves are “longitudinal”. For light, this notion
    • According to the physicists who think along these lines, they will in
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only so long, however, as the light impinges on it. The same
    • that lasts longer. For it is Fluorescence when the chlorophyll, for
    • instance, shines with a reddish light so long as it is exposed to
    • coloured so long as we illumine it. The second is Phosphorescence: we
    • But now we set to work and think. We no longer envisage the quick
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • us, making us give of ourselves. So at long last we are led to say:
    • adding something to the given fact; you are no longer purely and
    • that there is also another way, namely no longer to think of the
    • entity, — if I describe the different items so that they belong
    • belongs? Or is it in itself a whole? Even then, in the last resort,
    • longer be. Our need is therefore to give up looking at Nature in the
    • been. First a hypothesis is set up: something belonging to the
    • oblige us no longer to believe in the undulating ether. And when
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only see the shadow; you will still see it green. You no longer see
    • with, my dear Friends, along with all the other phenomena which we
    • permanently fixed colour, it stays as long as we create the
    • these things will lead you no longer to look for the contrast,
    • all their aspects, can in the long run fail to admit that we are in
    • hands in — not for long, only to test it. Then put your left
    • being” is at long last referred to — described in some
    • longer the ether; it is external physical matter, namely air. Our
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • place in ‘longitudinal’ waves, as they are called. This
    • people no longer even notice how they sail off into materialistic
    • so long as you separate these two. The two belong together; this is
    • now been pointing out will lead us presently along a most important
    • however, my dear Friends, we shall no longer be able to conceive as
    • space along certain lines, of which an image was there. So have the
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • of an electric current along a wire will cause a current to arise
    • same of electricity; the waves had only to be imagined long by
    • through the wire: along a portion of its path we have been able, as
    • itself, such as it is; it can no longer hide in the wire! Observe
    • the tube has reached a state no longer merely gaseous but beyond
    • along its hidden paths. They had naturally hoped to find waves, but
    • flowing along here, but in its movement and in relation to other
    • They no longer had names enough for all the different kinds! They
    • longer. It presently reveals itself to be helium for instance
    • — an altogether different substance. Thus we no longer have
    • mere movement, space and time. We are including what is no longer
    • warmth belongs — to a high degree at least, if not entirely
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    • was no longer possible to hold fast to the old wave-theories. The
    • distant pole, and is no longer able as it were to conceal its
    • go along here; here they are stopped by the cross; the shadow of
    • different from what it was before. We have to do no longer with
    • ideas, into his very thinking. Unable any longer to think the
    • only look parallel so long as I hold fast to a space that is merely
    • a triangle add up to 180° exactly, it is no longer so when I
    • will no longer be 180°, but may be larger. That is to say,
    • century thinking went a long way in this direction, especially
    • things do not directly belong to one-another. They belong as
    • unfold when half-asleep belongs directly to the outer things which
    • these rays and radiations, belonging as they do to the science of
    • is along these lines that physical science should now seek to
    • calculus of probabilities. Along these lines it is permissible to
    • where it no longer works.
    • your thinking, with your forming of ideas, no longer fully

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