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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • our deeper, latent faculties of knowledge the same
  • Title: Prefatory Note: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • Fr. Vol. 1 of the same Edition (1883),
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • two other movements might be carried out with the same ultimate
    • calculate this in the same way as I did the displacements in our
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • continuously, so that the same force acts upon the point throughout
    • increase of velocity. A smaller force, acting on the same mass, will
    • larger force, acting on the same mass, will make it move quicker more
    • equal to, — i.e. the same product can also be expressed by
    • same phenomenon — loss of consciousness — is taking
    • extent, we can bear it no longer. What underlies it is the same in
    • weight of water it displaces. If we weigh the same volume of water we
    • to say, the dimming is deflected upward in the same direction as the
    • same direction as the light is. And now you see the outcome. Here in
    • outraying light where the dimming effect takes the same direction as
    • yet at the same time, into the body of light which is thus diverted
    • Above, the dimming effect is deflected in the same sense as the
    • same time you see that the material prism plays an essential part in
    • same direction as the cone of light, while on the other hand, because
    • apparatus in the same way, but remains comparatively independent.
    • it is so inserted that it goes through the same space as the physical
    • same space.
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • yourselves to some extent still have to take the same direction with
    • might expect to see the same as before, but I do not. A peculiar
    • produces it on and outward in the same straight line and so projects
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • upward as it does, shines also in the same direction into which the
    • in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
    • is propagated through the ether in the same way as sound is through
    • upward at the same moment, light will arise. Thus they explain, by
    • this cylinder of light and the spectrum of it, while at the same time
    • the very same people who say the light consists of these seven
    • of the light — these same people allege that darkness is just
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • only so long, however, as the light impinges on it. The same
    • and the same element with the so-called bodies whenever we behold
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • anything at all through the same denser medium, and we now try to
    • such a way as to refer at the same time to all that borders on the
    • observed spiritually at the same time. Only the semblance, as
    • of any difference in their case? It is precisely the same; both are
    • explanations of one and the same phenomenon. Suppose for example you
    • once more to something of the sense-world, yet at the same time to
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • darkness before, you now see green. And now I darken the same
    • white ground you see the same lattice-work in green. Of course it
    • eye. It is the same objective phenomenon which I see here, only
    • cannot therefore speak of the perception of warmth in the same
    • having become cold, perceives as warmth. Before, you felt the same
    • physicists allege it to be much the same as to the other
    • warmth” (or of heat). Had they gone on in the same spirit in
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the same room, the other will begin vibrating too. The Jesuits
    • outer we got 80 in the same period of time. The beats bring about
    • the wave, the oscillations or vibrations. Thus in the same period
    • the same proposition. Outside us are the vibrations; in us are the
    • fact that if I twang a violin-string a second string in the same
    • room, attuned to the same note, will resound too, this being due to
    • pendulum clock; you wind it up and start it. In the same room there
    • to some extent analyzing the human eye. Today we will do the same
    • fundamentally different from my hearing. When I am seeing, the same
    • thing happens in my eye as when I hear and speak at the same time.
    • to someone and at the same time repeating what you heard, word for
    • inside has the same density as outside. But if there is a vacuum
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • same of electricity; the waves had only to be imagined long by
    • modified form, therefore, of electricity — has the same
    • same cylinder of force which is here raying forth, there is one
    • described in former lectures. The same cannot be said so simply of
    • the case of warmth and in that of sound or tone. The same cannot be
    • going in precisely the same direction when we descend from the
    • are here crossing the same boundary as to the outer world, which we
    • we are in fact descending into the very same realm into which we
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • in the same abstract way as in the old wave-theory.
    • ß, over here; again it remains the same.
    • γ will do the same. Thus I can prove it so that you
    • believe that we get them on the same basis as the ideas we gain
    • the same sphere in which — for sound — I should have no

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