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 Title: Foreword: First Scientific LectureCourse
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 point to the following passages from Rudolf Steiner's
 Title: First Lecture (First Scientific LectureCourse)
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 unintelligible from their point of view. Thus, I opined, we shall
 seeks to approach Nature from three vantagepoints. 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 pointcentres. 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 pointcentre 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 LectureCourse)
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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 LectureCourse)
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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 righthand 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 LectureCourse)
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 recall from this point of view the experiment which we have done. We
 Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific LectureCourse)
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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 LectureCourse)
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 draw the socalled “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 LectureCourse)
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 appearing afterwards only in point of time. Looked at objectively
 Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific LectureCourse)
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 Science. Namely, before that turningpoint in time, man's whole way
 this from the point of view which, as I said, has gradually been
 other bodies. Here is a tuningfork with a point attached, which as
 now been pointing out will lead us presently along a most important
 Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific LectureCourse)
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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 LectureCourse)
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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 startingpoint the question could
 and kinematical thoughtforms, 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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