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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • describe this contrast truly as a law of Nature. The
    • find laws of growth belonging to the outer physical body.
    • on this account was he able to draw up his three famous Laws
    • For modern Astronomy the three famous Laws of Kepler are
    • was not the case. Let us now call to mind these Laws of
    • The First Law:
    • The Second Law:
    • The Third Law:
    • quantitative view these laws too are purely quantitative To
    • The third Law above all relates to the
    • planets. This Law assumes a more complicated form. “The
    • the mean distance from the central body). This Law, you see,
    • Kepler's living way. Newton then killed the law. He did
    • this in a very simple fashion. Take Kepler's Third Law.
    • expressed by one half of Newton's Law, and on the other
    • Law. You need only write Kepler's Law thus differently
    • distances.” Here then you have the Newtonian Law of
    • Gravity deduced from the Law of Kepler. The force of
    • Law. In principle that is what it is.
    • of view. Notice that Kepler's first Law also has
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • his third Law, quoted yesterday — it must be said that
    • this ‘law’ as we call it, or better, this
    • in ellipses according to a certain law, namely: the
    • Kepler's third law: ‘For different planets the
    • law that the radius — vectors describe equal areas in
    • Kepler's Third Law, the ratios of these periods cannot
    • Kepler's third Law) that the planetary system owes its
    • some inherent law, similar to the laws underlying geometrical
    • laws are developed, — laws which are not obtained from
    • external facts, as for example are Kepler's Laws, but
    • inductive laws, developed within Mathematics. They
    • Such laws are
    • mathematical research. One of the laws in question is termed
    • the Commutative Law. It can be expressed in saying:
    • the realm of real numbers: But it is merely an inductive law
    • law is the Associative Law. It is expressed as
    • (a + b) + c = a + (b + c). Again this is a law, simply derived
    • the so-called Distributive Law, expressible in the
    • form: a (b + c) = ab + ac. Once more, it is a law obtained
    • law may be expressed as follows: ‘A product
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • of biogenetic law, which states, as you know, that the
    • ordered according to its own laws, and we ourselves bring
    • ‘natural law’, the amount of law you can bring in
    • of the laws of perception. The physiology of the senses and
    • through such laws. Suppose we watch a railway-train traveling
    • picture; it remains for us as devoid of law as do the
    • biogenetic law or of developmental mechanisms. Amplification
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • other realms. Indeed our study of Kepler's Laws and all that
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • mathematical and geometrical laws — they arrived at an
    • had a feeling that in the courses of the planets laws of
    • phenomena as an embodiment of normal laws of Nature, and to
    • these normal laws. There were times — though not the
    • laws of Nature. And even Hegel did not quite escape this
    • mood of soul. We spoke of his three Laws — a work of
    • accessible in his time. Kepler arrived at his Laws out of a
    • harmony. He felt has three planetary Laws as a last
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • laws we seek in Nature; and you will agree that we are
    • Nature back to the laws of the mineral domain. After all, it
    • laws of the mineral realm. Precisely this betrays a vague
    • mechanical laws, — omitting phases of vibration and so
    • study them simply according to the laws of centric forces,
    • but that we must regard them in the light of laws which are
    • related to the laws of centric forces as is the sphere to the
    • mechanics in the development of the laws of centric forces;
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • orbits. For as you know from Kepler's Second Law, an
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • constructions by the laws of reflection and so on, will not
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • indicate the underlying law. A careful study of these
    • — will be indicative of the true laws in the domain.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • dint of purely natural laws and it will one day reach its
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • laws. See then what form is taken by the same type or

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