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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • this other pole of science, namely, Embryology. He alone is
    • embryo. How is the human embryo generally studied today?
    • Well, it is stated: The human embryo arises from the
    • minute and cellular. Embryology cannot be studied at all
    • without Astronomy, for what Embryology has to show is only
    • the forces which are at work in Embryology, and if you
    • understand nothing of Embryology, you will never understand
    • Embryology.
    • in Embryology, which is only the other aspect of the same
    • that Embryology is studied on its own. It would be regarded
    • as madness if you were to demand of a modern embryologist
    • embryologist without studying Astronomy. It will no longer be
    • Embryology. If DuBois-Raymond had said that the detailed
    • movement, the active forces of the stars and the embryonic
    • connecting Astronomy with Embryology, linking the embryonic
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • that Astronomy must be linked with Embryology. It is
    • from Embryology.
    • in human embryonic development when we understand their
    • work at Embryology without working at Astronomy. Nor can we
    • the facts of Embryology. In Astronomy we are studying
    • development of the human embryo. How, then, shall we explain
    • embryological facts are recorded in such a way that in
    • to Embryology, it is done in a quite an external way, without
    • considering where lies the origin of what, in embryonic
    • reflection in the embryonic process. But let us look at the
    • embryonic phenomena; today, the connection with fully
    • Astronomy and Embryology, or between Astronomy and the whole
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • you can begin from any point you like in embryonic
    • human embryo in the third or second month, — or the
    • embryo of some other creature. You can follow the development
    • such diagrams exist in Embryology. The development of the
    • chaos through the process of knowledge itself. In Embryology
    • by pure observation in Embryology we have at a certain point
    • in a geometrical form what presents itself in Embryology; not
    • merely to make illustrations of the growing embryo
    • we can say: When in Embryology we try to follow up the real
    • no longer follow mathematically. In Embryology on the other
    • indeed remarkable that in Embryology, though arithmetical
    • embryological phenomena as they emerge from chaos. Here we
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • hand, we saw yesterday that what confronts us in Embryology
    • us to believe. And in the embryonic phenomena we are led to
    • outlook among embryologists. (I will only give a rough
    • development of the individual embryo is a kind of shortened
    • wished to trace the cause of the development of the embryo to
    • less mechanical conception of embryonic development saying
    • directly present in what takes place in the embryo itself.
    • stage) embryological development is taken hold of by a
    • studying the embryonic life our only possibility of grasping
    • all that happens in the forming of the embryo, — must
    • with that which we derive by Embryology. What is set forth in
    • the Book of Genesis is in fact compounded of Embryology and
    • of Creation, even word for word, by embryological facts.
    • embryonic life in the ways which are customary today. One
    • it will only give us pictures. And Embryology, though in this
    • of the world are poor in reality; embryological pictures are
    • hand in Embryology, where knowledge fails to reach the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • in the realm of embryology on the other. We must hew out a
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • include it, we will for the moment disregard the embryonic
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • work upon us during the time of the embryonic life? We can
    • embryonic period, we do not direct towards the outer world
    • consciousness back in time to the embryonic period, then one
    • might say that in the embryonic life we have what we
    • what happens in the embryonic life. In other words, we must
    • look for the genesis of human embryonic life by finding a
    • considerations to the embryo alone, — to explain the
    • processes taking place within it simply out of the embryo
    • embryo purely on the basis of the embryo itself. In
    • attempting to explain the embryo we must take these two
    • order to understand what is developing in the embryo, —
    • which, when the embryo is born, fades into the pictorial
    • realm during embryonic life. Thus we find a connection
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • formative period, the embryo-period of our life, needless to
    • more, backward in time to the embryo-period of our life),
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • animal in the forming of the embryo and in further
    • that in embryo-life we do not go as far as the animal but
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • the further development of the embryo proceeds. Eccentrically
    • rest proceeds. Compare the tiny body of the embryo with this
    • processes of which we speak relate to embryo-development.)
    • of the animal body, — via the embryo-development, of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • into the time when he was an embryo. In the embryo the
    • human organization during the embryonal life it then
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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