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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • instance of the force of electricity, the force of magnetism, the
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • opposite and polar qualities, no less than magnetism does, to take
    • another example — positive magnetism, negative magnetism;
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • then in addition we bring an electro-magnet to bear upon the cylinder
    • of light in a certain way, the electro-magnet affects the phenomenon
    • electricity with which magnetic effects are always somehow
    • light and those of magnetism and electricity.
    • the form of light among the electro-magnetic effects. They think it
    • is really electro-magnetic rays passing through space.
    • electro-magnetic force. They know still better now, what light is,
    • than they did before. It is electro-magnetic streams of force. Only
    • have to regard light as a kind of electro-magnetic radiation. It only
    • warmth, and of electro-magnetics; also whatever explanations may
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Suppose you have a magnet or electromagnet. (I must again presume
    • beginning.) You can attract material objects with the magnet. Now
    • property. It too can be attracted by the electromagnet. Thus it
    • behaves, in relation to a magnet, just as matter would behave. The
    • magnetic field will modify what is here shooting through the
    • magnetic force. Crookes therefore called that which is shot across
    • electromagnetic force. Such was his line of thought: the very fact
    • things — say, to a magnet — it shews some properties
    • and let it pass a magnet, — it will naturally be diverted So
    • with magnetic and electric forces. Other discoveries followed. You
    • magnet. We then find one part of the radiation separating off,
    • magnet, so that it takes this form (
    • magnet near to the radiating body, studying these deflections and
    • while all that goes on in the realms of electricity and magnetism
    • the external phenomena of electricity and magnetism.
    • magnetism? We are then studying matter, in all reality. It
    • electricity and magnetism. And what an English philosopher has
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • very near relation to those of electricity and magnetism. Now the
    • be deflected by magnetic forces, they prove akin to what we should
    • of a magnet. I beg you to observe it now. You will find the shadow
    • influenced by the magnetic field. You see then, just as I might
    • attract a simple bit of iron with a magnet, so too, what here
    • of electricity and magnetism are akin to the sub-conscious element
    • and magnetism on the other. Increasingly therefore, this must
    • — electricity and magnetism — on the other. As in the
    • electricity and magnetism, so also must we understand the structure

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