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  • Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
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    • “There now exists a twofold
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • two distinct movements. Think of it thus: the point a is ultimately
    • — b but along the line, or the two lines, a — c
    • movements ac and cb, i.e. of two distinct
    • two other movements. That is to say, in place of the one movement the
    • two other movements might be carried out with the same ultimate
    • fact that when two pulls come into play — the one from
    • is interplay between the two. On this polarity, in the last resort,
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • all that meets us by way of colour really confronts us in two
    • we brought this about? The prism is made of two planes of glass, set
    • after. Here then we are dealing with the interaction of two things:
    • dimming of it, we have the two kinds of entry of the dimming or
    • darkening into the light, — the two kinds of interplay between
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Suppose you put two
    • get an image of the circle of light as if there were two pushed
    • — thrust apart — in the direction of these two arrows.
    • What is it due to? It is due to there being two different kinds of
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • send the light through the prism we therefore have to do with two
    • study such a phenomenon quite exactly. Suppose I have two mirrors and
    • it in cross-section. Here are two looking-glasses — plane
    • still falls into the upper part. The inclination of the two mirrors
    • though the screen were being illumined from two different places. Now
    • much lighter on the screen when there are two mirrors than when there
    • surely be less illumined by reflected light than when the two mirrors
    • — the phenomenon is undeniable. The two disturb each other. The
    • explained by the particular arrangement we have made with these two
    • of the two mirrors, is vibrating, say, in this way and impinges here.
    • and darkness will arise at this place. Or if the two are vibrating
    • thing comes about when we combine the two experiments. We generate
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • divided into two portions; the middle part is blotted out. You only
    • two portions; you only see the two poles on either hand.
    • So you have two stages. The one is Fluorescence: we make a body
    • splitting up the given totality, the v, into two abstract
    • totality, the quickly moving body; instead, we think in terms of two
    • abstractions. We dismember, what is really one, into two
    • the two abstractions into which — if you like to put it so
    • It is intended to be, what you will find in neither of the two, and
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • have two heavenly bodies. You may then say: These two heavenly bodies
    • it may be — all around and in between the two heavenly bodies.
    • The tiny particles are bombarding the two big ones — bombarding
    • there will be less bombardment inside than outside; hence the two
    • very much averse. For in effect, if these are two independent
    • there are two arms and hands, there is a trunk, there are two legs.
    • example two other lines arise, purely by the effect of the
    • one was forced to admit that the two realms must have to do with each
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Here are two
    • upright rod which will throw shadows on this screen. You see two
    • of the screen apart from the two bands of shadow, you will agree it
    • kund” — two witnesses will always tell the truth. I
    • the numerical expression of the relation between the two.
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • at once distinguish the different pitch of the two notes. How then
    • divide the velocity into two abstractions, in these abstractions I
    • so long as you separate these two. The two belong together; this is
    • you once become aware that in the eye two things are welded
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Leyden Jar, — but we shall also need a two-pronged conductor
    • two things at once, truth to tell, — two things that should
    • which Galvani had observed contained two things. One of them can be
    • space we could put two such “inductors”, as we may call
    • such a tube, they now imagined there to be two different kinds of
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • no way of proving that two lines are really parallel, i.e. that
    • space. I need only assume that the two lines meet, in reality,
    • presents itself to you in conscious day-waking life. Yet the two
    • of Will. Warmth is between the two. Even as Feeling is intermediate
    • of the phenomena of Nature. Between the two lies what we meet with

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