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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • unintelligible from their point of view. Thus, I opined, we shall
    • seeks to approach Nature from three vantage-points. In the first
    • for you to be clear on this point, — to realize that Kinematics
    • moving from the point a to the point b (
    • two distinct movements. Think of it thus: the point a is ultimately
    • outer Nature there is really something like the point a
    • Ib). This time, the point a will signify a material thing —
    • must not forget. There must be a mass at the point a, to begin with.
    • all this, in order clearly to describe the point at which we pass,
    • realm of real Nature. We need to be very clear on this point. The
    • always to look for the points from which the forces proceed.
    • phenomena which we can thus refer to the points from which the
    • from point-centres. It is indeed right to think of centric forces
    • wherever we can find so many single points from which quite definite
    • forces always come into play. It may well be that the point-centre in
    • next few days. It is as though forces were concentrated at the points
    • such point or space forces are concentrated, able potentially to work
    • forces to their centres; we try to find the points from which effects
    • measures, how strongly such a point or centre has the potentiality of
    • the potentials, say for the three points a, b and
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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • in the sense of pure kinematics, that a point (in such a case we
    • always have to say, a point) is moving in a certain direction. For
    • causes. The point will be moving more or less quickly or slowly. We
    • observe that the point moves with such and such velocity, we are in
    • approach Nature we must consider how the point comes to be moving.
    • The moving object cannot be the mere thought of a point. Really to
    • a force to be acting on the point. I will call v the
    • velocity and p the force that is acting on the point. Also
    • — pressing upon the point for a single moment which of course
    • continuously, so that the same force acts upon the point throughout
    • which the force is acting on the point. Finally we must take account
    • of the fact that the point must be something in space, and this
    • accordingly, we shall say that the point has a greater or lesser
    • reach phoronomically. The point is: Are we simply to confess that
    • (pointing to
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • separated out of the light as such. In point of fact, I am projecting
    • is precisely the point: not to bring in theories to tamper with the
    • at this point it is simply a question of true method in our thinking.
    • thinking in this domain. To illustrate the point more vividly, we
    • normal at the point of incidence; so then it reaches the eye in this
    • sighting force of the eye. It is at such points that you see most
    • point of entry of the optic nerve the eye is insensitive; there it is
    • the right-hand eye is a little to the right of the point of entry the
    • light precisely at its point of entry. If it is really the nerve that
    • point of entry, but it does not. Please try to bear this in mind.
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • recall from this point of view the experiment which we have done. We
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • (all of which are somehow coloured in the last resort), the point
    • this point. We in our process of conception have first created this
    • time are at once in us and outside us. The point is that we unite
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • draw the so-called “normal at the point of incidence”. If
    • i.e. towards the perpendicular to the glass surface at the point of
    • the point of exit from the glass, you will have to erect the normal.
    • when I describe it thus, is shifted upward too. In point of fact,
    • stronger light and less strong. The point is now to understand: How
    • however that you face the difference, quite obviously given in point
    • therefore, to sum up, is the essential point: For all that meets us
    • by pure analogy into a realm where in point of fact the whole
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • appearing afterwards only in point of time. Looked at objectively
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Science. Namely, before that turning-point in time, man's whole way
    • this from the point of view which, as I said, has gradually been
    • other bodies. Here is a tuning-fork with a point attached, which as
    • now been pointing out will lead us presently along a most important
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • do during these days is to give you a few points of view, with the
    • had a spark jumping across this gap. Then at some other point in
    • pointed terminal at either end, one where the positive electricity
    • negative at the other. Between these points the electricity
    • remember too, what has been pointed out during these lectures.
    • purely geometrical or kinematical, and as I pointed out, this also
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • This is the point to remember above all in this connection.
    • start from these facts, I now want to unfold a point of view which
    • tricky fellow. Whenever you are on the point of catching it, it
    • since Lobachevsky, and from this starting-point the question could
    • and kinematical thought-forms, is in point of fact a dreaming about
    • good throughout a certain series, but then there comes a point
    • liquefied, for at a certain point it emerged that the ideas which

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