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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
    • forms of reality — those of organic life for example
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • his work in the organic Sciences. For to carry Goethe's
    • understand even organic phenomena in terms of potentials, of centric
    • to Mechanics, and again what the leap is from external, inorganic
    • from external inorganic Nature into living Nature, and we must
    • on the other hand — even in inorganic Nature — can never
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • physical matter. Thus in our brain the etheric organisms in some
    • forces and functionings of the physical organisation overwhelm those
    • way than in the rest of our physical organization. Let this be the
    • part of the physical organization in a muscle, and this the physical
    • organization of the eye. To describe it we must say: our astral body
    • and the physical organization in the eye. In the one instance, grey
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • clear that the eye is an active organism.
    • organs, not from within outward; whilst from within the vitreous body
    • more living, a more vital organ, namely the vitreous body. Notably in
    • organic is. The whole working of it depends on this. First the
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • century conceived this strange idea of universal, inorganic, lifeless
    • out of your living organism as a whole, so too this so-called
    • inorganic Nature cannot exist without the whole of Nature —
    • so-called inorganic Nature, treating it then as something
    • self-contained. This “inorganic Nature” only exists
    • What we are wont to call “inorganic” in Nature herself,
    • really inorganic things are our machines, and even these are only so
    • inorganic. Whatever else we may call inorganic only exists by
    • through our organs of hearing. The vibrations of the air beat on our
    • organ of hearing, and when they do so we perceive the sound. Now the
    • eye too is a sense-organ and through it we perceive the colours; so
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • warmth the whole of me is, so to speak, the sense-organ. For
    • state-of-warmth, brought about by your own organic process. Far
    • warmth-organism which really swims in the warmth of your
    • tension, a relaxation, for the whole of our organic system beneath
    • thus relieve the organic system beneath the diaphragm, the
    • breathing process. In that my bodily organism partakes in these
    • what may itself be described as an organism of vibrations, highly
    • is this inner organism of vibrations which in our ear we bring to
    • functioning as an airy body. You, as a living organism of air, live
    • therefore have in us a localized organ — the eye — with
    • we have no such specialized organ as the eye; the whole of us, we
    • ourselves in some way, become the sense-organ. And we dive down
    • Apollo”, in this rhythmic play of our whole organism, of
    • sense-organs. They follow what they learn from the psychologists.
    • “sense” or “sense-organ” in general
    • prove to be totally diverse organs. This surely is significant and
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • should have the eye as one sense-organ, the ear — another. We
    • larynx and adjoining organs when we are speaking. There is the act
    • — the aqueous humour. What kind of organ would that
    • represent? It would be an organ, my dear Friends, which I could
    • falciform process, (blood-bearing organs, continued into the eye in
    • are equally sense-organs, we shall be no less mistaken in our
    • together which are assigned to seemingly distinct organs of the
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • inorganic realm. But we have something else as well, if once again
    • reproduced by purely inorganic methods, making electric currents by
    • which he observed is there in every organism and appears
    • no sense-organ for electricity in man.” The light has built
    • for itself in man the eye — a sense-organ with which to see
    • warmth-organ is built into man. For electricity, they say, there is
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • organ in the metabolism. Our geometrical ideas above all spring
    • inorganic Nature there are many features like the theory of Kant

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