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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • unfold that inner activity of thought by means of which
    • “There now exists a twofold
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • must also realize, I was only told that this lecture-course was
    • beholds spread out in space and going on in time is for him one, a
    • phenomena of Nature and must indeed hold good among them.
    • world of thought so that they then hold good in outer Nature, we get
    • We take hold of a warm
    • that the old view will serve no longer. No doubt they are still
    • shaking the old Newtonian conceptions about Gravitation, and bearing
    • witness how impossible it is to make do with these old conceptions,
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    • to take hold of such things as physical weight and buoyancy for
    • need some deepening of Science to take hold of these things. We
    • cannot do it in the old way. The old way of Science is to invent
    • us first hold to the phenomenon, simply describing the fact as it
    • and so on, — please to forget them now. Hold to the simple
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • I am told that the
    • explain it thus, so he was told — The colourless light already
    • like so many soldiers. The seven naughty boys were there in the light
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    • what you actually see will emerge in all detail. Only you must hold
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • however we must get hold of the pure facts.
    • need to get hold of today, for we shall afterwards want to relate it
    • with the old Konigsberg habit, by which I mean, the Kantian idea. The
    • and the same element with the so-called bodies whenever we behold
    • many ways — in and about the light itself. In the most manifold
    • therefore we behold, in and about the light.
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    • through the glass? You were no doubt told that rays of light proceed
    • Figure). Rays, you were told, proceed from the shining object. In
    • namely the polarity of warm and cold. Yet we must needs perceive an
    • 16th century, has quite lost hold of this difference. The
    • proceed at once to thought-out explanations, we can find manifold
    • could compute what these vibrating little cobolds must be up to in
    • of light. The sodium line is extinguished in its old place and for
    • which we behold as phenomena of light and behind which one had
    • times the old theories were rather shaken. Before these mutual
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • as cold as you can bear. Then put both hands quickly back again
    • very warm to your right hand and very cold to your left. Your left
    • hand, having become hot, perceives as cold what your right hand,
    • having become cold, perceives as warmth. Before, you felt the same
    • sucking at us; when we are colder we feel as though it were
    • manifold and differentiated way — this upward and downward
    • in the manifoldly formed and differentiated outer air. It is no
    • together what I have just been shewing with what I told you before
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • like that is of untold significance; nothing could be of greater
    • aspect: just as the muscles of the larynx take hold of the vocal
    • they take hold of it.
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    • applied it to the most manifold phenomena of Nature, — nor
    • and manifold as they appear. These tendencies were crowned to some
    • spreads out through space and takes effect at a distance, unfolding
    • old. What happens in any sphere of life, can only properly be
    • than that in Physics the old concepts are undergoing complete
    • Hertz's discoveries were still the twilight of the old, tending as
    • they did to establish the old wave-theories even more firmly. What
    • after the manner of the old wave-theories. Instead, they now
    • old-fashioned ether-movements.
    • Herewith the first breach had, so to speak, been made in the old
    • showering through space. The old wave-theory was shaken. However,
    • other: neither of the old conceptions — that of ether-waves,
    • is however to put it crudely, for we are really threefold beings:
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • when Science thought that it had golden proofs of the universality
    • was no longer possible to hold fast to the old wave-theories. The
    • of matter itself in its old form. Out of the old ways of thinking,
    • proved complicated. As we say yesterday, manifold types of
    • start from these facts, I now want to unfold a point of view which
    • in the same abstract way as in the old wave-theory.
    • only look parallel so long as I hold fast to a space that is merely
    • hold of in a fully valid way with geometrical ideas derived from a
    • unfold when half-asleep belongs directly to the outer things which
    • you converse with physicists who were brought up in the golden age
    • of the old wave-theory, you will find many of them feeling a little
    • say: By all means let us calculate some law of Nature; it will hold
    • significant moments where they lose hold of the thought, yet in the
    • ceased to hold good at the end of this series. Many examples might
    • is most essential to give the realities a chance to unfold. We must
    • as well. Those physicists who go on thinking in the old way, will

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