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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • those things which we can investigate by means of the outer
    • unfold that inner activity of thought by means of which
  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • leisure and the means to write a scientifically up-to-date
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • and simply as a means of grouping the phenomena. Staying amid the
    • to outer Nature. I mean Geometry, — all that is known by means
    • of action in certain directions. And we have sundry means of
    • impregnable, is none the less beginning to be undermined. I mean the
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • impossible ever to gain valid ideas of what is meant or should be
    • meant by the word “Ether” in Physics. As I said
    • Truth is, the brain by no means weighs with the full 1250 grammes
    • — I wish to speak today. I mean the relation to the outer world
    • dimness, and by this means the dark or bluish colours are
    • bodily part and is by no means independent. In the eye too it is
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • I really must ask you to swallow the bitter pill (I mean, those of
    • Goethe had to pack the instruments to send them back again. Meanwhile
    • the other colours in between. By means of such a double prism I
    • In our attempts to follow up the phenomena of light by means of lines
    • mean measured. I now only refer to the main principle. To what can
    • the object thither. What is the meaning of this? In the conventional
    • movable by means of muscles. From the lens onward the light then
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • light, and by this means the bluish and violet shades are here
    • get pictures by means of the one mirror and also pictures by means of
    • light it up. Meanwhile, the others are recoiling from the lower
    • arises within the light itself by means of this apparatus, so that a
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • By means of this
    • — by means of the pure facts. Fact upon fact in proper sequence
    • “phosphores” or light-bearers. This is what they meant:
    • of that time, you need not take it to mean what is called
    • velocity”. By means of space and time we only measure the
    • with the old Konigsberg habit, by which I mean, the Kantian idea. The
    • them by means of light. We ought not to ascribe objectivity to light
    • mean now, a phenomenon that takes its course purely within the light.
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • in a too trivial meaning. You have to learn to sense the facts, and
    • in debt. I will by all means distinguish between more and less
    • by means of which my forehead would attract my right hand. But in
    • sensation of light is produced by means of this vibrating ether. And
    • ascertain by means of such phenomena as we have seen in our
    • means that we shall now have to explain these radiations themselves
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • saying which I do not mean to imply that it would be better if I
    • in the meantime as a kind of preparation. We are not advancing in
    • if I engendered red by means of green, it would stay red. Goethe in
    • real process by means of which I see the green when I see it thus,
    • think it over in the meantime. Taking our start from this, we will
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • phenomenon. I mean the following for instance, — it has in
    • which we aspire to, are not so easy to conceive. It is by no means
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • means of different metals with the help of liquids. The other thing
    • itself, we perceive it by means of a phenomenon of light. This led
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • was that they could explain the phenomena so beautifully by means
    • presented by Nature. Meanwhile however, for the thinkers of the
    • triangle is by no means 180°.
    • have at first no means whatever of deciding, how our own
    • phenomena of warmth) — by means of geometrical, arithmetical
    • say: By all means let us calculate some law of Nature; it will hold
    • a former lecture — means that he enters into the sound or
    • was meant as a beginning in a real work for the evolution of our

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