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- Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- reaches what is commonly known as the vitreous body or vitreous
- itself and the vitreous humour and from thence reaches the retina,
- vitreous body, filling the interior of the eye and bordering on the
- body or external fluid. In the vitreous humour there is decided
- external. Inside the vitreous body on the other hand we find inherent
- organs, not from within outward; whilst from within the vitreous body
- more living, a more vital organ, namely the vitreous body. Notably in
- things in our eye, namely the vitreous body and the lens. In origin,
- from without, the vitreous body more from within. While the lens is
- rather unalive, the vitreous body is full of vitality. Now in the
- vitreous body still tries to picture the objects to us in the way it
- activity is differentiated into that of the lens and the vitreous
- Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- few days ago; the vitreous body, the lens, the aqueous humour
- Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- we come to the vitreous body, which, as we said, still has
- what is left of the eye if I first take away the vitreous body and
- first the retina, then the vitreous body, and then for certain
- Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- speaks of vitreous and resinous electricities respectively;
- “negative”. The vitreous is then the positive, the
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