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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
    • exert pressure. You make acquaintance with pressure by pressing upon
    • something going on in us when we exert pressure with our finger,
    • — when we, therefore, ourselves experience a pressure
    • it is, try making the pressure ever more intense. Try it, — or
    • rather, don't! Try to exert pressure on some part of your body and
    • place, so to speak, on a small scale when you exert a pressure that
    • a pressure stronger than you can endure — is taking place
    • contact with an effect of pressure — with an effect, therefore,
    • from the downward pressure of weight.
    • blood. The heavy pressure would immediately cloud our consciousness.
    • with the downward pressure. Precisely this deprives the rest of our
    • as it were, by the downward pressure, we see men being put to sleep.
    • For the Will works in the sense of this downward pressure. Only a
    • tiny portion of it, amounting to the 20 grammes' pressure of which we
    • shewing, comes to terms both with the downward pressure and with the
    • down into such phenomena as pressure and buoyancy. Here is true
    • expose yourself to pressure. There is the “putting to
    • with pressure. When we expose ourselves to light, insofar as the
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • finger — exerting pressure, using some force as you do so,

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