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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • we have brought into Astronomy in the first place. Now we
    • place, but rather to arrive at what should come about in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • effect: ‘as an experiment, I will place the center of
    • axis; this is an added movement, besides the one taking place
    • the Earth take place round the North-South axis, but that
    • the same spot in the Heavens, but that the place itself is so
    • what takes place out there in the starry world in its
    • the first place, two opposites on the Earth: the Polar
    • limb-system to the Earth-life. Man is so placed in the
    • place, with its tellurian influences from below, to another
    • place, with different influences coming from below. Please
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • in a given season an intensive interaction is taking place
    • soul and spirit of man. We see how what takes place
    • observation, what takes place in effect, in soul and spirit.
    • Sun. We can say: The change taking place between Earth
    • similar to what takes place in the monthly functions of the
    • life of the Moon. What I have just described as taking place
    • sense, between what takes place in the body on the arising of
    • refers, and what takes place in the monthly periods of the
    • You see how we place man, and rightly
    • place him, into the whole Cosmos. We leave off speaking of
    • Until we place man again, my dear friends, into the picture
    • an ellipse together with it. What takes place outwardly is in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • and originality — in Laplace, where it leads to a
    • Kant, Laplace and their successors built up the nebular
    • find the theory of it in the work of Laplace; I will only
    • infinite number of places. Thus we must say: If we compare
    • commensurable. We are at the place, where in the mathematical
    • certain place. Somewhere or other we must leave off when we
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • in the place of mere geometrical designs in order to
    • directly present in what takes place in the embryo itself.
    • expression ‘fertilized’; we shall soon replace,
    • with the outer world, which in the first place is foreign to
    • place of man's being we have the ordered Cosmos
    • really connected with the starry Heavens? In the first place,
    • with the whole of Nature, then we can place him into the
    • fertilization takes place, the processes in the ovum
    • barriers between what takes place within man and in the
    • it were stationary. Pictorially, therefore, what takes place
    • is placed in the midst between the picture of the world,
    • into two halves, man is placed. to find a connection between
    • of man. We must learn how to place man as a whole into the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • incisive a change was then taking place in human thought and
    • thorough going change then taking place in human nature.
    • were taking place in the most highly sublimated realm of
    • when this deep moving and stirring of humanity took place,
    • this will lead on to a further insight. That which take place
    • must conceive that the change which has taken place since the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • place in the time preceding the last Ice-Age. The human being
    • framework with which to approach it in the first place. It
    • came about that man was simply placed at the latter end of
    • again of how the human spine is displaced through right angle
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • have so often told, have taken place since then —
    • then have been like for man? In the first place he must have
    • taken place in his faculties of sense-perception. He had
    • thus at what has taken place in man through his connection
    • allege that anything takes place thence forward, deserving to
    • matter, we have to replace it by a force of suction
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • which is not so commonplace, and you want
    • — that would be the ordinary, commonplace, philistine circle,
    • begin with, between what takes place in the third system of
    • — and what takes place in the head. The relationship is
    • connection between what takes place in the head, for
    • place in thought, that in a study of the whole man we are
    • you will also be led to ask whether what takes place outside
    • and the processes already taking place outside him continue
    • it taking place within man as when it is taking its course
    • this way round, I must simply place myself on the other side.
    • takes place in Nature outside him. We say: What is within
    • man does not exist at all; I must simply place myself within
    • “inside” had changed places.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • the bones in the first place, you have the true principle
    • This line is in a way the place of origin of what works outward,
    • resultant between what takes place out in the starry world
    • what takes place in man as a result of the radial
    • processes taking place within it simply out of the embryo
    • encompassing sphere, — we concave it in the first place
    • reflecting surface. It is a process taking place, to begin
    • place between the surface of the Earth-body and ourselves.
    • before us something which takes place between us and some
    • first place, the manner of thinking of mechanics and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • Acquaint yourselves with the minute displacements of the
    • displacements and calculate what the constellation will have
    • so-called, have undergone considerable displacements. About
    • continue to sum up the ascertainable displacements for the
    • simple, only at certain places do the loops
    • not our own; — which take place apart from us, outside us, so
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • the Sun; for it takes place, once more, when the planet is in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • planets were at given places at given times. It is
    • lines the several places, empirically observed, of the
    • place in the Heavens and in relation to other celestial
    • not merely to join the empirically given places in the
    • place of things more real; he introduced mass etc. into the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • out a world-system? What do we do in the first place? We
    • draw lines to unite what we thus see at different places, and
    • germinal vesicle is well-nigh transparent, at one place it
    • accepted astronomical outlook of our time has replaced this
    • on which at one place it manifests in a phenomenon of light.
    • that the Sun places its own counterpart over against itself,
    • what is thus in man will be empirically at many places at
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • alter the curve of Cassini by taking variables in place of
    • replace the one by the other, but if you do it in this
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • forming and development of man does indeed take place in
    • transformation, when it takes place with our deliberate
    • being transformed, yet so that the transformation takes place
    • taking place when we just get tired, without our bringing it
    • the same metabolism which takes place when we are not acting
    • deliberately, — which takes place simply with the lapse
    • substance that takes place in our deliberate movement takes
    • place also in our sleep, but the outcome of it is then
    • transmutation so takes place that the final process to which
    • place. We let the Cosmos move us; a transformation of
    • substance is taking place once more. But the latter process
    • body that take place when we move deliberately and those that
    • take place when we are sleeping. And from the very fact that
    • in the first place with the old ways and methods, which have
    • to processes that take place outside the actual body of the
    • process that takes place in earthly life. We follow the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • That which takes place between the head and the rest of man
    • in a vertical direction when man is upright, takes place in a
    • the place where the Sun has been, and then again the Sun
    • towards the place where the Earth has been. We thus get the
    • Sun if we alternately imagine the Earth to be at the place
    • the Sun at the place where we are wont to put the Earth. The
    • normally conceive the Sun to be. They change places, taking
    • what is taking place in the Cosmos. Of course the lines I
    • profound change was taking place in the whole way of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • at the Earth and the whole way it is placed into the
    • end Earth into the midst of which the human being is placed,
    • before. If we place man into the world in such a way as to
    • so if you have picked and place a rose before you. Placed
    • different place. We hardly begin to think of this phenomenon,

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