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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • narrowly defined, special branch of science, but to give
    • consider at this time. I have therefore given it the title
    • will be different from the reply which we are able to give.
    • is an answer that we cannot give, my dear
    • necessity to later humanity and has given color to the
    • of the sciences gives to a medical student practically
    • material which is there given us. We can state exactly: There
    • into the starry sky all the details are given to us. We can
    • given by Newton. We have the given details and then we spin a
    • is actually added to the given facts, but from a scientific
    • in thought what in the other case was given to us. But we
    • not so very long ago. Now they have given up such ideals.
    • is of course quite conceivable to give a
    • by the same principle as I have just given you, in which
    • in this direction (Forgive me if it seems as if one did not
    • instructions should be given, so that the development of the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • insufficient to give him a deeper understanding of their full
    • the vegetation of any given region depends upon the solar
    • of the solar life. The Earth opens herself in a given region
    • This gives a
    • name which was so often given to Goethe in Weimar in the 19th
    • rhythmic system; the Earth, inasmuch as she gives man of her
    • of the telescope? Why not ask what relation is given, not
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • in a given season an intensive interaction is taking place
    • covering a given region of the Earth, is a kind of
    • vegetation a given territory opens its eyes to the Universe
    • vegetation of a given region of the Earth when exposed, as it
    • gradually draw near to what can give us a sure basis
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • what is given. The development in this direction reaches a
    • be my task, in all that I give to-day, to follow the
    • to give you long historical descriptions to show in detail
    • be given in integers, nor in finite fractions, but only in
    • say (forgive my using a somewhat amusing comparison for a
    • direction, but nothing is given by which you might form an
    • lectures given recently in Dornach by our friend Dr. Blumel,
    • significant indications were given of this line of
    • postulates. But no thought is ever given to the question, to
    • gives me a certain direction, something which helps me
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • outlook among embryologists. (I will only give a rough
    • between the actual perceptions, given to us through the
    • we want only o characterize the given facts.) The pole is in
    • assume in saying: The sensory picture of the world is given;
    • of fertilization, for they give no clear picture. Therefore,
    • one asks why this should be, the answer is given: Breathing
    • it will only give us pictures. And Embryology, though in this
    • round and round the given facts, whether in terms of the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • give it only lambs to eat, after the necessary lapse of time
    • the independent working of the life of soul, given up as it
    • given data. What is revealed then, if we approach the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • this and from what was given yesterday, I must again
    • feeling of being given up to, surrendered to the world around
    • surrounds us; we are quite given up to the latter. Only in
    • afterwards transmuted in such a way as to give rise to the
    • world which gives sharp outlines and contours to the mental
    • pictures of our every-day cognitional life. This too is given
    • world, — sense-impressions and also what gives them
    • world, to give us real information.
    • Simply in contemplating the given facts and trying to build
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • said, will give us indications of what the real movements in
    • man was given up to the outer world must have been somehow
    • all once more. The annual plant is given up to the cycle of
    • relation of the animal to man can give us an important clue.
    • valuable remedy, though little thought is given to the inner
    • comets — a saying which gives food for thought to
    • since we must now admit that the comets give rise to
    • of ponderable matter, we must give a minus sign to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • gives us has fundamentally the character of a picture.
    • give you the result, for the simply reason that everyone can
    • idea you will have to say: Space no longer gives me a point
    • must be fully aware that I only intend to give you guiding
    • of direction are once given, this work can to some extent be
    • Such a study, if one really gives
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • wish to call it in the sense of the indications given in my
    • gives us the feeling of being real. This is not what fills us
    • gives us the experience of ourselves as a reality.
    • determined as follows. Given two points A and B, I will call
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • in the picture with what is given by the whole structure of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • least gives us a notion of it: the direction of the Sun's
    • morphological descriptions given (though they are only bare
    • Sun's exact position at a given time of day and on a given
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • which the planets were at given times. They computed these
    • planets were at given places at given times. It is
    • empirically given facts.
    • epicycles in the mind, detached from the empirically given
    • not merely to join the empirically given places in the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • we then try to interpret the lines. This is what gives the
    • they are given in barest outline; so we have often had to
    • influences, the tendency that is in us would give us animal
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • here." Assume (and please forgive my saying, I put it
    • our given range of ideas, and if we come to a limit
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • whole cosmic system will give us any criterion — I
    • that a given movement must be a real one? I have already
    • example I have often given is of two men whom I see side by
    • can only give you guiding lines. For the most part, these
    • for our body. Try to observe and interpret the given facts
    • given thing, yet on the other hand we ourselves bring a like
    • is given, logically. What is done to our bodily nature from
    • it not? Given some outer fact or distribution which we are
    • that goes outward from the given centre. And now in contrast
    • experience of Projective Geometry. True, this will only give
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • movements. They give us a criterion of a true movement which
    • them with the same sign. We must give opposite signs to the
    • give to man's vertical direction the opposite sign to that of
    • many lectures. I do however still want to give you something
    • said just now, I want to give you something more substantial.
    • geometrical loci all that is really given. So too you must
    • these lectures I must try to give a resume as clear and as
    • inclinations are given by the perspective. The complications
    • calculates, say, the position of the Sun at given time, and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • they work outward from the given center to the wide
    • which gives you the conscious sensation of pressure.
    • one hand and behold the given picture of the celestial
    • same sense that a planet is. (What I am giving her, I give
    • given facts are put together.)
    • yonder point or yonder at any given moment. The visible point
    • tried to give you in these studies, my dear friends, was
    • starting-point for real work. I can only give general
    • Given these instruments, nothing else can emerge than what
    • sphere, the radius of which is given by the direction in
    • given as a tiny portion of the radius itself. It Is not

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