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• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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• not to enter upon a complete decline. Certain groups of
• willing to continue the line of thought. So he says: That is
• thoroughly disinclined nowadays to apply to reality what is
• framework inside, every line of the form, is conditioned by
• line which joins them. Here (m) let us say —
• outline mirrors the sphere. Here, within the framework it has
• line joining them (b,b1).
• sex-cell works precisely along this line of force (indicated
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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• a man specializing nowadays along certain lines finds himself
• reduce to simple lines and curves these complicated apparent
• of looped lines, such as these
• every point. These modern lines of research do not lead to
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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• forward in outline yesterday, — views which no longer
• Cosmos, the consequent decline and inward closure of the
• have here the transition from the line to the surface, to the
• the ellipse is described, we remain in the line — the
• inasmuch as you move in the line which is formed by the
• characterized as a pure line in space. The relation to the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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• fact. There is a continuous line of development from what the
• more or less inclined to the plane of the Sun's
• the orbital planes being inclined at varying degrees to the
• were now to draw the elliptic line, to be true to the reality
• inclined to the plane of the Sun's equator. Where the
• said to form Nodes. The lines, joining the two Nodes
• in face of the reality. For if an orbit is inclined at one
• can take an easy line and say that there are
• poems. The poem had got so far that single lines were
• ... etc. (The first line.)
• ... etc. (That was the second line.)
• At each line he said ‘etc.’
• was most stimulating. Everyone could finish the line as he
• germ-cell and other cells can be delineated more or less
• significant indications were given of this line of
• lines with which to penetrate reality, and I must keep the
• plane is inclined at an angle of about seven degrees to
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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• continue merely to draw geometrical lines, tracing the
• geometry line, or that the Moon's movement can be so
• sum-total of interrelated functions. At least in outline, I
• today are disinclined to look at things macroscopically. We
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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• immediately after the decline of the Ice-Age the human life
• them). We should not get the sharply outlined concepts which
• world which gives sharp outlines and contours to the mental
• the sharp outline and configuration which makes our mental
• and precise outline. We will distinguish this from the whole
• all this imagery receives clear outline, finished contours.
• outlines. It is the male which transforms the undetermined
• life of fancy into a life of determined form and outline.
• Here is a line of research which should be followed in far
• That is to say, if we symbolize the horizontal line — whether
• here is a vertical line; this also will be acting.
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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• appearance. Interpreting along these lines — applying
• insufficient. We begin our calculations along certain lines
• continuing the rather more formal lines of thought with which
• are at one time more and at another less inclined to meet our
• observing the outer world. One human being will be inclined
• tends to do so less, — is more inclined to an inner
• whenever we today are inclined to brood more or less
• our planetary system. Thus they inclined to see the planetary
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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• the line of the curve becomes straightened,m it flattens so
• much that it almost becomes a straight line
• following: If we let the point M move along this line, it
• You see, that which carries the point along the line disappears
• In pursuing similar line of thought, we
• the length of the straight line AB), according to the
• passes over into a straight line. You can follow this in the
• line.
• straight line. It does this because the constant ratio in the
• a straight line. But this constant ratio can of course grow
• line round it returns into itself. But defining the circle in
• straight line. The curvature is still on this side (right of
• the case of the straight line), we are shown that the center
• the transition from circle to straight line we are, indeed,
• lines; it is left to you to develop them further and to go
• demands very far-reaching and extensive work. But when lines
• spectrum, is not simply a straight line, but a circle, as
• indeed every straight line is a circle. If this straight line
• we are obliged to regard the straight line as a circle in a
• of the infinitely distant point of a straight line as being
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• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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• Earth's magnetism, that is, with the line of direction
• polarity. Take the tubular bone and think of this centre-line
• This line is in a way the place of origin of what works outward,
• what corresponds to the central line of the tubular bone. But
• how must you draw the counterpart of this line? You must draw
• All the lines which can be drawn from the
• centre-line of the tubular bone towards it inner surface
• correspond, in regard to the skull-bone, to all the lines
• between a straight line, or a system of straight lines,
• avail to say, you will have nothing to do with such lines of
• follow up this line of thought, you will see that the degree
• plane from one form of line or curve to another by treating
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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• Sphere, — that sends its lines of influence, as it were
• even as the radius reaches outward with its lines of
• movements of the stars which are along the line of sight,
• their ordinary path, loop-lines of movement, in effect. The
• curve that arises if you trace the middle line of a left-hand
• along this line — rib-vertebra-rib — various
• inclined and askew to one another.
• dotted line). In the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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• lines, we shall indeed relate the loop-formation of Saturn,
• this line of thought and bear in mind that there is the
• part (dotted line) ever less in evidence, the farther you go
• line of which we spoke some days ago, the line that runs
• answers to the main line and direction of the spine in man
• of Nature are commonly thought of in a straight line: mineral
• many of our modern lines of thought; at least it was so in
• straight line, so as to derive therefrom the
• line. On the other hand you can without false symbolism
• plant forming process further in a straight line we arrive
• prolong the line. In the animal-forming process I shall have
• mathematical line, that tends to vanish as we prolong it.
• whilst on the other side we have a line that really lengthens
• you draw this diagram. Namely there are lines which when
• continued grow longer, and there are lines which when
• prolong the two lines. Only, the plant-kingdom-line must be
• so prolonged that it grows longer; the animal-kingdom-line so
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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• mathematical lines. In mathematical lines he represents to
• mathematical lines he would comprise the logic of the
• lines the several places, empirically observed, of the
• planet. These mathematical lines correspond to what was there
• Heavens by mathematical lines, building it all into a system
• two branches of the forked line, we must put plant and
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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• these lectures have to be in bare outline and I have not been
• characteristic lines of form (as for example we did in
• body) we find in them a certain likeness to the line-systems
• draw lines to unite what we thus see at different places, and
• we then try to interpret the lines. This is what gives the
• gravitational line of force from the one to the other —
• once more, has in the meantime been supplanted by mere lines,
• they are given in barest outline; so we have often had to
• Nature-kingdoms. We can imagine, I said, a line that forks
• clearly than the first, made of mere lines, the bifurcation
• and kingdoms if we imagine them in a straight line. We have
• animal and thence to man as if in a straight line, will fail
• rectilinear stream of evolution, or the like, could possibly
• pursue our conversations on these lines tomorrow.
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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• which will show up the inadequacy of those lines of thought
• way. We only have to think most thoroughly along the lines
• of "opposite poles" in the mere trivial, linear sense of the
• line, we should somehow have to go out of space, coming back
• Conceptually, our hand would be drawing a continuous line
• draw the line continuously within ordinary space, and yet
• inner curve in Figure 2) is a single line. Now as I also
• comprising them in curves and lines, and then relating them
• curves and lines. Such is the intricacy of the human form. To
• make it still less simple, you must imagine the one line
• to imagine spatially separated line-systems, inherently
• with only one, — with a straight line. But this is no
• ordinary straight line drawn into three-dimensional space. It
• is the line that has remained when we have made the third and
• these (dotted lines), where in each case, instead of adding, I
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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• task before us along our present lines of study, which I have
• detect those movements that are along the line of sight,
• must, as it were, bring the line of their spine into the same
• can only give you guiding lines. For the most part, these
• further in our line of thought. This movement parallel to the
• metabolic process can also be looked for along another line.
• now, in this whole line of thought? We began with an inner
• way. We need experiments along new lines, as you must see,
• follow such a process upon Earth in the direction of a line
• thought and make it clear to yourself that a line has not two
• ourselves to think of a real line as though it had two ends.
• We should be clear in our mind that a real line in its
• not underestimate the scope and bearing of these lines of
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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• future if some of you are thinking further along the lines we
• about the Lemniscate axis, ie. about the line joining the two
• as a line of like direction — a
• line of growth, but in the one case striving positively
• this we have to seek the connecting line of Earth and Sun.
• in this very line the line of movement both of Earth and Sun.
• The lines of movement both of Earth and Sun are to be looked
• for in the line that joins the two. Moreover, the line will
• substantial line of what this means if you recall what was
• pursue a line of thought which may look problematical to some
• out of this. Here is the line of sight
• along this line. But I repeat, you must include the manifold
• This will enable you — if this be the line of
• a certain position of the planet along its path. The line of
• presented in the grammatic outline, with the fact that we see
• radial line — fundamentally, the connecting line of
• what is taking place in the Cosmos. Of course the lines I
• assumed to be in different planes, inclined to one another.
• abberaction. All these perspective lines — or if you
• will, projective lines — that are conventionally drawn
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• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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• Continuing this line of thought: Just
• do draw them, will only be lines of approximation, and I
• shall have to bring in corrections. Whatever finished lines I
• once more as guiding lines which you can verify for
• and try to thread them on this line of thought. Imagine that
• some of these things in bare outline, scarcely more than
• deformation or whether you follow the lines along which the
• these lines they have done splendid work on every hand. What
• sundry other lines and rays
• We follow the whole process with such lines, where from the
• draw all manner of lines into the picture but to treat it as
• one unlimited line, with forces working peripherally on the
• in the barest outline, may stimulate you to research,

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