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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • narrowly defined, special branch of science, but to give
    • goal in relation to science. I should therefore like to warn
    • Science to Astronomy,” and today in particular I shall
    • changed within what we call the sphere of science, if it is
    • sciences which are now comprised under various headings and
    • a far reaching regrouping of our sciences. The grouping at
    • circumscribed fields of Natural Science into yet further
    • field of science, things that today are dealt with in Zoology
    • specialized branches of science and it will be difficult for
    • concisely, I might say: We have today a science of astronomy,
    • of Physics, of Chemistry, of Philosophy, we have a science of
    • reshaping of our whole life of science will of course be
    • essential. Therefore, what we term Spiritual Science, which
    • and I therefore want to show how other branches of science of
    • taken into account in other branches of science too, so that
    • fields of science.
    • abstract mathematical science, or an abstract science of
    • not exact science; subjectivity comes into it. Modern man is
    • of world-conception, supplied by the modern science of
    • that of Kant, who said: In every domain of science there is
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • two branches of science which according to our modern ideas
    • are widely separated. I sought to show that the science of
    • science, from which the study and method of Astronomy is
    • that there must come about a regrouping of the sciences, for
    • hemmed in by the circumscribed divisions of science. He has
    • of the chaos in which we are today in the sphere of science.
    • noticeable in such a science as Astronomy, where no account
    • ‘Calendar-Science’. Much that appears to us today
    • of being based upon a picture which the science of today can
    • Science, or
    • science because it is mathematical. The question arises: Why
    • astronomical science? We must then ask further, turning the
    • unfortunately, Science as a rule leaves unconsidered.
    • necessary regrouping of the sciences. Now take another thing
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • Spiritual Science. Precisely when we try to bring Astronomy
    • into the views of Spiritual Science. Bear in mind that the
    • sufficiently by external science. Comparing what occurs in
    • Thus a new science of Astronomy must be
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • purely according to the methods of Spiritual Science, I
    • mode of thought of modern Science there prevails what might
    • theories of modern scholarship and science.
    • sciences, Mathematics, to the celestial phenomena, and in the
    • science shows it.
    • back as far as ever you can with the means of modern science.
    • speculation in the external science of today as to the
    • presented by the external science of today. In no other way
    • develop Mathematics as a formal science and it appears to us
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • theory of Natural Science altogether. Let us link on to
    • Science, how front a certain stage onward (something as I
    • (In my ‘Occult Science’ I clearly hinted at this
    • like the world of our Natural Science; they beheld a world
    • bridge between the external Science of today and Spiritual
    • Science — are to have any meaning at all, we must first
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • our start, not from Spiritual Science, but from the facts
    • Science”). Once again, the condition of the human soul
    • Science” as the Ancient Indian civilization —
    • then taking the facts empirically as is usual in Science,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • influence of Natural Science there is a tendency, in modern
    • contemporary science, from which far-fetched conclusions are
    • have made a more intensive study of Anthroposophical Science
    • ourselves first develop such a science, and we then look to
    • limit. In contrast to this tendency in science nowadays, we
    • ever more into the different fields of science. They even
    • have once been gaining some particular domain of science.
    • up a science free of hypotheses, we are confronted with the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • science of the Heavens — in connection with phenomena
    • speak from the empirical aspect of external Science.) During
    • fashion. The point is that science was here obliged to look
    • Examples of the relation of Spiritual Science to the
    • different branches of Science. Four lectures to students,
    • (in the original German) by the Science Section of the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • between spiritual science and empirical sciences of today
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • the light of a true science of metamorphosis. Then too we
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • conceptions of the starry movements; others than the science
    • know, in these wider realms of Science, there is a certain
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • take our start from premises of Spiritual Science. This would
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • seen. For a true Science we must accept that there is this
    • easy-going notions with which Science nowadays would gladly
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • has been made in Science as you know, even experimentally, in
    • that the relation emerges between a purely social science and
    • the science of physiology, nor can we truly study economics
    • kind of thing so much neglected in the Science of today. They
    • Science.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • Astronomy to other branches of Science; hence at the end of
    • science, to which we too must be faithful, — the more
    • science. Here I would only draw your attention to a specific
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • experimental sciences in the normal course of study nowadays;
    • representing a Science of this kind to the outer world the
    • realms of Science.

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