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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • astronomical phenomena in a way which differed essentially
    • of the distant phenomena of universal space, in so far as
    • mechanical way. Men think of these phenomena in terms of
    • mathematics and mechanics. In observing the phenomena, men
    • regarding celestial phenomena of the Universe, a later
    • observing the celestial phenomena which existed among the
    • phenomena in the picture formed by the mathematical,
    • regard the celestial phenomena in such a way that we draw
    • phenomena in his own sphere of work. And yet it should be so.
    • connect what happens in social life with the phenomena of the
    • that time to the phenomena which then prevailed in the
    • observations of natural phenomena, unless we first begin by
    • facts with astronomical phenomena.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • impossible to understand the phenomena of cell-development,
    • counterpart, the phenomena of the Heavens; if this is a fact
    • phenomena so entirely apart from man that they are tending
    • study of the phenomena of Nature. He, on the contrary,
    • believed that natural phenomena only reveal their true
    • celestial phenomena.
    • phenomena merely through the mathematics which we apply to
    • heavenly phenomena. They had a highly develop
    • necessary calculations concerning the observed phenomena as
    • phenomena of the outer world rightly. This, indeed, demands
    • that the celestial phenomena be brought nearer to man; they
    • phenomena with the human being, when I said that we must see
    • phenomena than the purely mathematical one.
    • bring the celestial phenomena, in their connection with
    • external phenomena surrounding man from three different
    • phenomena of tidal ebb and flow, is connected quite evidently
    • phenomena can be studied; phenomena which are overlaid by
    • express itself in such phenomena as asthma. Study the complex
    • of the phenomena of home-sickness with its consequences,
    • phenomena make upon us Why always merely ask what a
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • phenomena in their mathematical and geometrical aspect alone.
    • who find this way of thinking of the celestial phenomena
    • connection with solar phenomena, lunar phenomena and
    • terrestrial phenomena, thus taking as a starting-point all
    • visible celestial phenomena, perceptible to our senses and
    • our attention to more familiar phenomena, such as may make
    • these more remote phenomena easier to understand.
    • phenomena for the physical body. What will they be? You can
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • modern times about the celestial phenomena.
    • from observation of the celestial phenomena, and theoretical
    • phenomena, people rush headlong into deductive reasoning and
    • ‘conceptual synthesis’ of the phenomena of the
    • relate the phenomena — one finds that the reason why
    • sciences, Mathematics, to the celestial phenomena, and in the
    • last resort the celestial phenomena do not submit; the moment
    • embryological phenomena as they emerge from chaos. Here we
    • granted that the cosmic phenomena have been approached from
    • enters in, in the study of celestial phenomena.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • that in the study of celestial phenomena, in so far as these
    • — in the attempt to understand the celestial phenomena
    • of the phenomena in algebra, analysis and geometry.
    • totality of the celestial phenomena, we must no longer
    • when we confront the phenomena in their totality. This is the
    • comprehend the phenomena in their totality.
    • phenomena, through the very process of cognition we come to a
    • us to believe. And in the embryonic phenomena we are led to
    • establish the phenomena in pure objectivity, as it were,
    • essential to see that all phenomena in the organic realm
    • phenomena according to our own liking — unhappily,
    • Meteorology — all the phenomena of the outer
    • understand meteorological phenomena in terms of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • said so far, that in the explanation of natural phenomena we
    • essential source of the celestial phenomena. For otherwise we
    • what is going on in the life of mankind and the phenomena in
    • hold of the world-phenomena with the intellectual reasoning
    • sharp a dissociation of the self from the world-phenomena as
    • external phenomena to one-another by intellectual reasoning
    • phenomena and these facts of earthly evolution — the
    • phenomena without preconceived ideas? The Earth and the
    • out into the celestial phenomena. To emphasize one fact
    • immersed in the phenomena of the Cosmos — these things
    • phenomena of the great Universe. Therefore he spoke of his
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • astronomical phenomena themselves impel us to advance from
    • phenomena of the Universe is possible at all in terms of
    • should then be prepared, really to see what the phenomenal
    • the phenomena were looked at without prejudice, quite another
    • surrounding heavenly bodies. To penetrate the phenomena of
    • look at the different phenomena quite simply in Goethe's way,
    • surface. Here you have purely spatial phenomena with a quite
    • may well be that the celestial phenomena can only be
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • science of the Heavens — in connection with phenomena
    • understand the phenomena of the Heavens. They took their
    • adequate penetration of the celestial phenomena, if only for
    • innermost structure of the celestial phenomena. Sooner or
    • certain phenomena in the evolution of the Earth, namely the
    • sharply to focus the phenomena of the outer world; another
    • with the phenomena of the world around him, we are in fact
    • reagent for a true judgment of the phenomena of the Universe.
    • understanding of the phenomena of the world by merely staring
    • to see the larger whole and recognize the single phenomena in
    • throughout the whole range of Nature's phenomena, in so far
    • as they are cosmic. Hence too there are phenomena in which we
    • have a subtler way of estimating the phenomena among the
    • phenomena in other fields. In physiology for instance there
    • handy way of explaining the phenomena in other fields. Much
    • that the phenomena might be explained electromagnetically.
    • quite inevitably when the phenomena of comets were studied in
    • phenomena as an embodiment of normal laws of Nature, and to
    • phenomena which they evoke within this planetary system
    • phenomena, indicating forces of repulsion from the Sun. The
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • the cometary phenomena, and, alas within the planetary
    • relationship to it, all that we observe in the phenomena of
    • image of the heavenly phenomena, — as the many
    • pictorial imagination in order to understand the phenomena of
    • carefully we may describe the heavenly phenomena, we have, to
    • into the empirical phenomena.
    • various phenomena, — for example, it is obvious that
    • understanding of the external phenomena.
    • often entertained in connection with natural phenomena, for
    • — for example, in those phenomena which we call the
    • chemical and physical, — whether those same phenomena,
    • which we regard as chemical phenomena outside of man, take
    • chemical phenomena and here the boundary leading over to the
    • than the ideas with which he phenomena are approached today.
    • imply that before approaching the phenomena we must awaken in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • phenomena presented by the magnetic needle, we go out of the
    • phenomena, the manifestations of which belong to this
    • to some phenomena, — to those, I should say, the
    • understanding more complicated phenomena.
    • impossible to explain the phenomena of the magnetic needle
    • impossible to explain the phenomena relating to the organism
    • of the picture. This method encloses the phenomena, whatever
    • while the celestial phenomena are restricted to what is
    • grow able to estimate how such realms of phenomena as are met
    • the form and bringing a whole range of phenomena into
    • connection with the working of the celestial phenomena, we
    • particularly in the realm of astronomical phenomena. In
    • When, however, we contemplate the celestial phenomena
    • phenomena of the heavens, we must recognise that we cannot
    • phenomena, we must not arrange the calculations in such a way
    • forces and centric phenomena of movement, only then shall we
    • arrive at an explanation of the celestial phenomena, taking
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • phenomena. In human nature, once again, we have the very
    • base all our considerations of celestial phenomena.
    • phenomena in question if we only base our picture of the
    • concerning the celestial phenomena, or some of them at least,
    • amid the celestial phenomena has been based. You are aware,
    • these phenomena in the Heavens. And we shall now be able to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • isn't! As you are well aware, to explain all the phenomena,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • Aristarchus too, no doubt, follows the outer phenomena's with
    • them it goes right away from the observed phenomena and works
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • inner structure of the celestial phenomena. I will first
    • visible to us in phenomena of movement.
    • effects of heavenly phenomena. Think then of this: Here we
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • universal phenomena.
    • studying the universal phenomena in their relation to man. We
    • forming of man and what appears in the celestial phenomena.
    • unit. Thus, when we look for a synthesis of the phenomena of
    • of thinking, the phenomena themselves are such that we find
    • explain the cosmic phenomena on the accustomed basis of our
    • celestial phenomena. Let us recall our precious attempts to
    • latter. For a true synthesis of the phenomena of movement
    • phenomena within an ordinary rigid form of space.
    • help you understand the phenomena of either process, you will
    • comprehend the phenomena, the mere ideas of three-dimensional
    • save on the convention: "Let us comprise the phenomena with
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • himself from the phenomena of the Universe. We therefore have
    • movement — including all the concomitant phenomena, the
    • method: Not to define phenomena by means of abstract
    • concepts, but to define phenomena by means of other
    • phenomena. Of course it presupposes that we do really
    • understand the phenomena in question, for only then can we
    • true Phenomenalism, — to explain phenomena by phenomena
    • it want a mere blunt description of phenomena, leaving them
    • have to understand the phenomena before w can explain them by
    • phenomena are so presented that the one sheds light on the
    • phenomena, and you will find they must in some way be related
    • want to call it, to be of such a nature that its phenomena
    • the central point to which they tend just as phenomena that
    • what is necessary. First you must penetrate the phenomena and
    • the same. The phenomena at the anode and the cathode for
    • outside the phenomena and fail to penetrate.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • Earth. I referred to the phenomena of fatigue occurring in
    • light of empirical phenomena) In what we here see
    • phenomenal. In very ancient times — though from a
    • to man and the celestial phenomena. There is another thing
    • celestial phenomena.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • case and in another. The phenomena that present themselves to
    • there are many phenomena the characteristic of which is that
    • phenomena — or rather, phenomena that seem
    • Truth is, the empirically observed phenomena will only reveal
    • of matter whoever takes the phenomena with open mind and puts
    • certain sense. We only do justice to the phenomena if we
    • adequate idea, to comprise all the phenomena. You have to
    • contain the phenomena of the Heavens in succinct formulae or
    • geometrical figures the phenomena elude us. Time and again
    • phenomena. Look on the other hand at what we are able to make
    • that coincides entirely with the phenomena. We may devise
    • may devise, the phenomena in the Heavens will presently elude
    • but in the actual seeing and contemplating of the phenomena,
    • in studying the cometary phenomena we get into difficulties
    • will find yourself in contradiction to the phenomena if you
    • the requisite conditions for such phenomena as comets to
    • arise. Comets are ever-nascent phenomena, perpetually coming
    • it optical, magnetic or other phenomena, in every instance
    • simple reason that the phenomena have not yet been approached
    • you had no opportunity to see or to set out the phenomena in
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