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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • To-day I should like to make some
    • the coming days. My reason for doing this is that you may
    • be my task during the following days to deal with any
    • Science to Astronomy,” and today in particular I shall
    • field of science, things that today are dealt with in Zoology
    • obstacles at first, because people today are trained in the
    • concisely, I might say: We have today a science of astronomy,
    • the world today, my dear friends, in a way that is really
    • presenting scientific facts which is customary nowadays must
    • today facts are referred to, which lie somewhat remote from
    • as we know it today, even including the
    • from the way we think today. It is even extraordinarily
    • Those who regard the scientific thought of today as something
    • mechanical faculties. And he will some day see them again in
    • are today. You see, the modern doctor is educated in such a
    • is hard today to talk to people in a serious way
    • does not in fact exist today.
    • really penetrating view of this matter today, because in the
    • not of interest. You see, it is practically impossible today
    • thoroughly disinclined nowadays to apply to reality what is
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • Yesterday I showed a connection between
    • completely excluded nowadays. In effect, I sought to show
    • a man specializing nowadays along certain lines finds himself
    • of the chaos in which we are today in the sphere of science.
    • If, however, one only accepts what is fashionable nowadays,
    • anything like what I said yesterday. For the evolution of our
    • anathematized nowadays. People today seek an 'objective'
    • will only emerge in the further course of the lectures. Today
    • today and how all that went before was childish — the
    • ‘Calendar-Science’. Much that appears to us today
    • of being based upon a picture which the science of today can
    • Now today we
    • today, so that we shall understand each other about the aim
    • day round its own N. S. Axis, and then, inasmuch as it
    • revolution. It revolves through this 'yearly day' on another
    • in the 24-hour day.
    • this is a prevarication. To-day therefore we have a
    • exist in Astronomy today, though it is seemingly a most exact
    • way. We will not disdain to form a basis today with seemingly
    • quantitative aspect and today merely consider the
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • forward in outline yesterday, — views which no longer
    • continue in a certain direction what we began yesterday. Only
    • day and night, impressions are made upon our eyes by day, and
    • what arises in the rhythm of the day. What the Sun here
    • the day and find the soul- and spirit-life of man connected
    • day is something in man's connection with the
    • look at another complex of facts, referred to yesterday. With
    • the life of the Cosmos. We indicated yesterday that the
    • we have been speaking embraces about 28 days, as you
    • 1. Soul and Spirit: Day
    • in rhythm of 28 days belongs indeed to the soul and spirit;
    • Soul and Spirit: 28 day's activity
    • physical effects with a 28-year period. As a day here
    • 28-day period impresses itself inwardly in the realm of the
    • 28-day Moon-life related to the 28-year Moon-life with
    • external Astronomy of today, when we are in a position to
    • Astronomy today and we shall also be able to make essential
    • respect to the soul and spirit for the day, and to the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • grasp of the facts in question. Today, then, I should like to
    • his third Law, quoted yesterday — it must be said that
    • be my task, in all that I give to-day, to follow the
    • speculation in the external science of today as to the
    • presented by the external science of today. In no other way
    • really doing so on the basis of certain hypotheses. Today
    • Mathematics of today, and are used as a basis for further
    • might be very astonished one day to find that it did not work
    • work-a-day meaning of the word “idea” in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • must today insert a kind of interlude, for we shall then
    • yesterday's lecture by calling to mind once more the
    • more significant, since nowadays, the moment someone says
    • hand, we saw yesterday that what confronts us in Embryology
    • geometrically. As I said yesterday, in studying the celestial
    • things in mind, I deem it necessary in today's lecture to
    • yesterday, one essential principle is lacking. Morphology
    • today cannot yet recognize the form and construction of a
    • today are disinclined to look at things macroscopically. We
    • yesterday, we have to face the fact that we cannot contain
    • add another thought. Yesterday we spoke of those processes
    • days. Although, as things are now, these events are not at
    • undergone. What comes to expression in these 28 days as a
    • find that they are entirely involved in this 28-day inner
    • today — proceeded more or less instinctively from the
    • teachings which, as things are today, are not so easy to see
    • this today, my dear friends, for quite a definite reason.
    • bridge between the external Science of today and Spiritual
    • embryonic life in the ways which are customary today. One
    • thought and wrought; more deeply than the passing day”,
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • to show that what is looked for nowadays merely by gazing
    • penetration of the Heavens. Today I shall try, if not to
    • used in a rather different sense than today) declared that
    • Knauer — a latter-day scholastic, though he would not
    • that to this day our philosophic history is influenced by the
    • Latins and their descendants, the Latin peoples of today) did
    • the Astronomy of Egypt and Chalden with present-day
    • and mode of perception were so different from ours today that
    • enjoy in the Temperate zone today, extended to what is now
    • scientific ideas we entertain today have any absolute
    • deeply into these regions of the Earth which are today
    • alternation of day and night. Think how long this alternation
    • day were to lengthen out into a year. I told you of what
    • is to the quicker rhythm of the day, gradually frees and
    • (Please keep this free of present-day explanations and ideas,
    • the Earth today are such that we have the three types; the
    • spring-time gradually moves through the Ecliptic. Today the
    • the minute. Reckon out the number of breaths in a 24-hour day
    • point in the great Cosmic Year. Now it is in the day that man
    • shows this rhythm. A day therefore, with respect to
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • world presents. In point of fact this is not done today. If
    • this and from what was given yesterday, I must again
    • yesterday in connection with the Ice-ages and with the
    • life by day, or all that is present in the field of our
    • again of what I spoke of yesterday — the evolution of
    • describing yesterday, then you will realize that in the times
    • experience than we have today. To describe it more
    • belongs however to this day to our ideas and mental pictures.
    • more dream-like than that of today, but akin to our present
    • influences of the day, and to the other, the influences of
    • in our ordinary life today, is only kindled in us in the
    • pictures of our every-day cognitional life. This too is given
    • precision of every-day waking life.
    • make another incidental remark, Scientists nowadays speak of
    • Seen in the way we have described in today's lecture, the
    • today, for the simple reason that they do not keep step with
    • limit. In contrast to this tendency in science nowadays, we
    • today are wont to go.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • in that we shall need these days too. Now I am also well
    • we ended yesterday's lecture, let us consider once again this
    • been developing in human nature what in the man of today is
    • world than he has today through sense-perception. We can
    • dependent on all that was going on around him. Today we see
    • implanted in us in a far distant past, is to this day more or
    • less independent of the life of the outer senses. Day by day
    • this day we have an alternation between a brighter and a
    • inner day, but it does not coincide with the external
    • alternation of day and night. It is an inner alternation of
    • whenever we today are inclined to brood more or less
    • mentioning yesterday — the direct and indirect
    • too makes manifest what we were speaking of yesterday as
    • to a telegraphic system. Maybe one day something quite
    • Today we
    • standpoint of the people of today — at least, of those
    • thing I will say today, if only to formulate the problem. For
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • way to find a qualitative approach. And so today we will
    • today to bring before your souls what I might call
    • And so I should like today to proceed from some quite simple
    • the subject today from a particular aspect.)
    • between spiritual science and empirical sciences of today
    • than the ideas with which he phenomena are approached today.
    • like this exists in our educational system today; but it must
    • this way today we make matters simple, in describing
    • performed today, only in order to adhere to more comfortable
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • start yesterday from certain considerations in the realm of
    • I was describing to you yesterday. Only in this way shall we
    • our normal day-waking conscious life. It is this polarity
    • day-waking consciousness, forming the content of our
    • secure than the method used today with the aid of microscope
    • the realities with the methods in favour today, then we are
    • to what I aid yesterday, for example, in regard to the
    • of what I said yesterday, namely, that the Cassini Curve is
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • Today I take
    • person would adopt this standpoint nowadays. Yet he will
    • Today it looks like this
    • illustrated yesterday for the Cassini curves (Variability of
    • in mind all we have said in these days of the relation of the
    • closely during the next few days, but at this stage we are
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • today by pointing out that our studies hitherto have led us
    • Yesterday I
    • — configuration of movements. In yesterday's lecture,
    • line of which we spoke some days ago, the line that runs
    • Astronomy today must have recourse not only to the primary
    • present-day Astronomy, — velocity and all. Let me then
    • unrelated to present-day Astronomy, nor do I mean it not be.
    • sense of present-day Astronomy you wished to calculate the
    • Sun's exact position at a given time of day and on a given
    • the golden age of the mechanical outlook upon Nature. Today I
    • mind however remain the same as at their heyday, 20 or 30
    • day, I believe, many scientiste would doubt if there is any
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • modifications — to this day, became the intellectual
    • shall pursue in the next few days it will be most important
    • good as in the Astronomy of today. Is it not all the more
    • Not without reason do I bring this in today, after speaking
    • yesterday of an ‘ideal point’ in the evolution of
    • today.
    • so-called, of Mars, drawn as observed today, with the path
    • of today were to make a model of the planetary system.
    • of today would scarcely recognise it there; he listens more
    • understood in the modern world. Man of to-day says to
    • What is today
    • This is what people of today persist in disregarding; they
    • sheer madness to the people of today. Yet it is possible and
    • this was lost and the high tide of abstraction came. Today we
    • yesterday, to recognise it you need only make a study of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • Today we will develop the different notes
    • yesterday. From the material at our disposal, consisting as
    • historical reflections of yesterday.
    • of yesterday's lecture it would not be enough to say
    • that underlies the Copernican world-system of today.
    • I said yesterday. And inasmuch as man was thus alive and
    • people of today only attribute that idea to him, nor does it
    • the Moon was lost. Today man has the mere picture before him,
    • quite another way than we are wont to do. Today we go by the
    • yesterday's more historical lecture my object was to lead you
    • direct; today it is a kind of echo, inherited from then. Here
    • influence of day and night — head and the opposite pole
    • difference in the unfolding of the plant by day and night.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • Today I will
    • space. Nay more, another difficulty has emerged. Yesterday we
    • idea of the body, as in the present-day Anatomy and
    • easy-going notions with which Science nowadays would gladly
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • factor will be needed, of which tomorrow. Today we will at
    • that the connection is there. Man is today very largely
    • the civilized man of today still has to let this alternation
    • health, it still has to follow the natural alternation of day
    • and night. Yet as you know very well, man of today does lift
    • different. They sleep at night and wake by day. When days are
    • such there are — may turn night into day, day into
    • tired if we have only lived the life-long day while doing
    • process when we move about deliberately in day-waking life,
    • kind of thing so much neglected in the Science of today. They
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • the course of the day, — i.e. while the Sun changes its
    • said yesterday. The constitution of the Sun, I said, —
    • of today uses three Suns in its calculations: the real Sun,
    • outermost planets for today, for they are not essential in
    • explanation is the right one! Even today one is severely
    • different perspective so to speak, as mentioned a few days
    • dint of purely natural laws and it will one day reach its
    • that Astrology as pursued today is scientifically
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • what I said yesterday about the opposite character of Earth
    • it yesterday. The movement of Earth and Sun is such that the
    • However, yesterday we saw that the plant must be imagined
    • such a drawing as I was sketching yesterday — the
    • saw yesterday, it will always be a lemniscatory path.) I draw
    • remember what we were saying a few days ago. There is not
    • experimental sciences in the normal course of study nowadays;
    • the idea from which I took my start some days ago, speaking
    • — courage of soul. Today you need this inner courage of
    • transcend the accepted foundations of present-day physical

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