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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • The Anthroposophical Movement within
    • good thing for mankind that in this Movement some
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • wave-movement in the ether. They do not pause to think, whether it is
    • the latter being the supposed wave-movement in the ether, or else the
    • light or colour for example, the objective wave-movement in the
    • “objective” wave-movements in outer space. What he
    • Kinematics, i.e. the science of Movement. Now it is very important
    • Then I can always imagine this movement from a to
    • two distinct movements. Think of it thus: the point a is ultimately
    • subsequently moves from c to b, it does eventually
    • get to b. Thus I can also imagine the movement from
    • — b. The movement ab is then compounded of the
    • movements ac and cb, i.e. of two distinct
    • movements. You need not observe any process in outer Nature; you can
    • that the movement from a to b is composed of the
    • two other movements. That is to say, in place of the one movement the
    • two other movements might be carried out with the same ultimate
    • instance moves from a to b and in another from
    • is in kinematics, in the science of movement also; I think the
    • movements to myself, yet what I think proves applicable to the
    • movement as such; now I am saying that a force draws the little ball
    • previous example. What I found previously (as to the movement pure
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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • movement. This we can spin, as it were, out of our own life of
    • counted and computed or that is spatial in form and movement, and it
    • space and time, is a movement in the ether. Yet if you look it up in
    • the moment, we are considering the movement pure and simple, not its
    • say it moves with a greater or lesser “velocity”. Let us
    • observe that the point moves with such and such velocity, we are in
    • move, it must be something in outer space. In short, we must suppose
    • would also cause it to move off with a certain velocity if there were
    • course be produced. The effect shows itself, in that the mass moves
    • also make it move quicker and quicker, but to a lesser extent; a
    • larger force, acting on the same mass, will make it move quicker more
    • the distance through which it moves; then the resulting product is
    • movement. To that extent, the formula is phoronomical. When I write
    • wave-movements or corpuscular emissions, all in the abstract. By
    • it. When I remove the shutter, you see a luminous circle on the wall.
    • moved upward. This time however the circle of light is
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • together, one from either end. But I could now move the screen
    • should get a similar figure if I moved the screen farther away.
    • slit. And if I say, “the light moves in this direction”,
    • that again has nothing to do with the light as such; for if I moved
    • move in this way and I should have to draw the arrow in this
    • cross-section.) This then would be a right-hand eye. If we removed
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • is only one. Therefore if I remove the second mirror the screen will
    • movement. What has here been disturbed, goes on. Here, so to speak, a
    • darkness. And as the darkness in its turn has thus moved on another
    • other, producing darkness, once again, and this moves on from step to
    • itself a stream of fine substances, but that it is a movement in a
    • movement in the ether. And, to begin with, they imagined that light
    • they said to themselves: Light is indeed an undulatory movement, but
    • is compression here, then comes attenuation, and all this moves on.
    • Fresnel's experiment: we get the following idea. The movement of the
    • As I said before, the fact that wave-movements in many directions
    • light explains them on the assumption that light is a wave-movement
    • the other hand adding to them our own inventions. This movement of
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • — after the light had been removed. Stones of this kind were
    • abstractions. Because there is a velocity, there is a distance moved
    • We should not say “The body moves through such and such a
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • demonstrable movement of the particles of air or of the bell; so you
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • we need, forming a circle as it were, — then to move forward
    • the differentiated airy movement that comes to you from without.
    • very far removed from the abstraction commonly presented.
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    • it moves can make a mark in the layer of soot, deposited on this
    • movements. These forms of movement are naturally conveyed to the
    • the air between it and us is in movement. Indeed we bring the air
    • itself directly into movement in the instruments called pipes.
    • have gradually discovered what kind of movement it is. It takes
    • movements of the metallic tube are communicated to this air. If we
    • is s, the whole wave-movement must be advancing n
    • through which the whole wave-movement advances in a second, is
    • IIIf). If I were able to remove all this, what would be left
    • enough to entertain a few mathematical notions about wave-movements
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • too being already conceived at that time as a wave-movement in the
    • proof that with electricity something like a wave-movement is
    • generally imagines wave-movements to spread out. Even as light
    • they had begun to imagine wave-movements, since the phenomena of
    • more intense when the vacuum is higher. Look how a kind of movement
    • wave-movements through the ether. What here revealed itself was
    • the tube is not to be described as a wave-movement, propagated
    • attenuated remnant of real matter, not a mere movement like the
    • old-fashioned ether-movements.
    • itself; electricity as such is on the move. Electricity itself is
    • flowing along here, but in its movement and in relation to other
    • IXc). Another part stays unmoved, going straight on in
    • element that wants to move nine times as fast as the other. One
    • mere movement, space and time. We are including what is no longer
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • somehow compelled to bring more movement into our geometrical and
    • and including our ideas of movement purely as movement, but not
    • movement. We have quite other categories of thought to go on when
    • mathematics, in our geometry, in our ideas of movement. These
    • — where electricity lives and moves. Moreover when you do so
    • material concomitant, the movement of the wave. Not so in the
    • never be so very far removed from the delightful coalition between

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