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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • obstacles at first, because people today are trained in the
    • statements must be made at first purely as results of
    • but much will first have to be presented simply from
    • of many things which seem in the first lectures to be mere
    • have to handle at first in such a way as to evoke the
    • formed ideas; man had first to struggle through to such
    • we have brought into Astronomy in the first place. Now we
    • carry the system, which we have first thought out and
    • sort that is first white on the outside and red inside. We
    • cell. Considering at first only the main bulk of the cell,
    • first, in the female ovum, the macrocosm comes to rest in a
    • observations of natural phenomena, unless we first begin by
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • which has somehow been fused into a planet, moving first
    • form certain preliminary ideas. We must first build up
    • his cosmic system upon three axioms. The first is that the
    • come about that the first two axioms are accepted and the
    • system, but accepts the first two axioms because they are
    • matter at first somewhat more generally. Let us ask whether
    • first in quite a popular, even elementary way how these three
    • the first place, two opposites on the Earth: the Polar
    • what is the connection: (I will, as I said, first make a few
    • influences which have first passed through the earthly
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • also to our re-inforced senses, appear at first a
    • belongs in this way to the Earth, let us first take the plant
    • in the first years of childhood.
    • into all the details, we find how, notably in the first years
    • It is then that we first cease to be in the ascending scale
    • The First Law:
    • plane. Please notice this.’ Inasmuch as at first only
    • of view. Notice that Kepler's first Law also has
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • ideas. First, the ideas[1] are derived
    • therefore first call your attention to something which will
    • bodies? This would first have to be established. As it is, it
    • in, when, having first derived theoretical explanations and
    • deductions. Thus, for example, inductively men first arrived
    • concepts in this particular field, — we must first form
    • concept we deduce in the first instance must afterwards be
    • ... etc. (The first line.)
    • nothing before us but chaos; it all seems chaotic at first,
    • where we are first able to set to work with something
    • to continue Mathematics beyond certain limits. First, certain
    • words: We first set up postulates which we then apply to
    • the first few pages of this lecture, the word
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • this negative aspect before you first, before we can enter
    • from what this process of cognition might at first have led
    • metamorphosis, which, as you know,was first
    • thinking whereby we should first study what is within, say,
    • explained how we must first distinguish those functions and
    • with the outer world, which in the first place is foreign to
    • really connected with the starry Heavens? In the first place,
    • Science — are to have any meaning at all, we must first
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • introduce certain concepts which may not seem at first to be
    • ourselves first develop such a science, and we then look to
    • framework with which to approach it in the first place. It
    • first been ejected. Even this theory was once put forward.
    • and the Sun's rays first have to pass through the Earth
    • have first gone through the Earth and you get the opposite
    • ultimate effect, unites to a resultant with the first. From
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • would now be called, or the celestial bodies. First they
    • of cognition used; first, what our senses when looking out
    • then have been like for man? In the first place he must have
    • transition of what was first connected with the outer
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • which are at all justified, we must first see whether it is
    • is what he is, we must first of all gain a clear
    • through man, we must first be clear about man. Now it is,
    • curve, the first form of the circle would correspond to the
    • succeed — maybe you know that one of the first
    • triangle, because you have first constructed it
    • You see, it is quite possible to understand in the first
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • metamorphosis as it appeared first in the work of Goethe and
    • the bones in the first place, you have the true principle
    • encompassing sphere, — we concave it in the first place
    • if, let us say, to the variability of the first order, say
    • first. In this way you can create, even in mathematics
    • second order and the function within variability of the first
    • between what I have called first and second order, we shall
    • between the variability's of the first order and of the
    • a variability of the first order, and then, in this
    • first place, the manner of thinking of mechanics and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • man, both in morphology and evolution. First we will ask the
    • the first and of the second order), only thus shall we make
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • first assign what we there find to the entire Universe. Hence
    • first correction. Modern Astronomy too therefore
    • come to this if we contrive first to go further in out study
    • course of Nature, that the first living creature came into
    • diagram at all, we must do it thus. First we must have some
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • we must first enter more fully into the one adduced
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • inner structure of the celestial phenomena. I will first
    • out a world-system? What do we do in the first place? We
    • first see one picture of the horse, then, when the drum has
    • clearly than the first, made of mere lines, the bifurcation
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • rigid space. I form the first dimension, I form the second
    • extinguishing the first, may not be thought of as issuing
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • determine first the curve-forms (inasmuch as forms of
    • each other. Hence we must first have the will to proceed as
    • in the first place with the old ways and methods, which have
    • outcome: First they distinguish the inner most part of the
    • has not first made the effort to widen out one's range of
    • ourselves first constructed, (yet the delight of it should
    • always finding the ideas they first developed in their mind
    • what is necessary. First you must penetrate the phenomena and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • May I first
    • there. For our determination of Time however, we reckon first
    • qualitative mathematic (which we have first had to develop)
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • decide a problem, look first for the totality on which it all
    • candid, will have to admit that he cannot. He must first

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