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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • are permitted to be represented under these headings, in our
    • present employed is entirely inadequate for a
    • the most varied kinds, which, in their present way of
    • presenting scientific facts which is customary nowadays must
    • but much will first have to be presented simply from
    • still find it presented, even if in a manner suitable for the
    • inner compulsion presented, for instance, by the argument of
    • those, for instance, who study Medicine. Our present division
    • however, characteristic of the present time that the demand
    • mathematical presentation of such a subject, but people are
    • become so great in its present form just because it is a
    • are able to interact. They then present a certain contract,
    • something which was in a certain sense present in earlier
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • will only have been presented to him from certain aspects,
    • other planets encircling the Sun, still represented by Tycho
    • which aimed at being able to represent the paths of the
    • development of modern Astronomy is presented in such a way
    • deduced by this method. As we shall presently see, it is of
    • normal human life, but are present in the depths of human
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • the world-picture of Copernicus and Galileo represents
    • yet emphasize that it represents only a certain mode of
    • represent it diagrammatically. If, for example, we study
    • represents the course of his inner soul-life. The point is
    • we interpret rightly the mathematical pictures presented to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • If I had the task of presenting my subject
    • presentation, however, would not fulfill the special purpose
    • a concept which presented itself inductively to Kepler and
    • also play into our system and present a riddle precisely
    • geometrical way, representing it in forms similar to purely
    • in a geometrical form what presents itself in Embryology; not
    • represented by a number that can be shown in its complete
    • presented by the external science of today. In no other way
    • “representations”, or again, “Mental
    • presentations”. Dr. Steiner's use of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • such a way that its movement can be represented by a definite
    • represented. Precise our most ardent wish must be renounced
    • directly present in what takes place in the embryo itself.
    • conceived and presented in an elementary way by Goethe, ha so
    • Representing it diagrammatically
    • Heavens only present themselves to us in their totality
    • then , is the ordered Cosmos; it only presents itself to our
    • way that what presented itself to nerves and senses is
    • our present studies — intended, as they are, to form a
    • of what presents itself directly, even if it be to the
    • — a picture which presents itself to him in an
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • side. It may seem paradoxical in relation to our present
    • ‘end-points’ do not represent the kind of times
    • representing a certain barrenness and death of civilization
    • the Astronomy of Egypt and Chalden with present-day
    • overtakes our present civilization. Moreover assuming that we
    • describing. Now in a sense, even in present time we can
    • present Temperate zone, so that conditions were prevailing
    • here not unlike those in the present Polar regions. You can
    • (Please keep this free of present-day explanations and ideas,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • world presents. In point of fact this is not done today. If
    • life by day, or all that is present in the field of our
    • such as they are at the present stage in human
    • more dream-like than that of today, but akin to our present
    • life of sense-perception in its present form. (The life of
    • here referring to the form it takes in present time.)
    • it represent the direct or the indirect influence of the Sun
    • Astronomy will thus be lifted right out of its present
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • To lead our present studies to a fruitful
    • knowledge or of cognitional life which the man of present
    • sleepy times. The dim and sleepy times represent, so to
    • kingdoms of Nature; so will you presently find signposts,
    • present — the course was mainly about Heat or
    • and recoil which is supposed to represent the thermal
    • Whatever in our formulae is to represent the effects of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • to relate the picture to what it represents in reality, so,
    • mathematicians present, Herr Blümel, Herr Baravalle, if
    • possible to represent such things within empirical space by
    • although it would take months to present in all detail. You
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • phenomena presented by the magnetic needle, we go out of the
    • extremes, which represent a complete inversion, accompanied
    • bone and the skull-bone represent indeed a remarkable
    • — with all that is present in your consciousness in
    • It is always present and we live within it. The connection
    • influence fall apart in man; it is as thought they represent
    • as it is now, in the present phase of the cosmic evolution of
    • there also appears in it what is present as pictorial
    • another quality is present. I cannot comprehend the surface
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • represent absolute reality. We can no longer maintain: What
    • is presented to us by this picture, say, as the planetary
    • the Heaven of fixed stars presents practically the same
    • find that it no longer presents the same uniform picture, but
    • present form, we must be clear that the form of it changes in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • details). This loop of the Lemniscate is represented by the
    • present-day Astronomy, — velocity and all. Let me then
    • unrelated to present-day Astronomy, nor do I mean it not be.
    • and deeply than theories which are so frequently presented,
    • sense of present-day Astronomy you wished to calculate the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • ideas is thus presented — Until Copernicus, they say
    • will present it simply by reading, to begin with, a passage
    • mathematical lines. In mathematical lines he represents to
    • to represent the orbits of the planets; he would really think
    • of them as representing the true orbits. In purely
    • we must put down a number, representing his daily movement
    • presented to himself the facts of which we have been speaking
    • It represents a return, from the ideas now abstractly
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • perceive from the whole way the facts have been presented.
    • the picture it presents, will not seem so entirely remote if
    • equally well have tried to present them without recourse to
    • represent the direction of the direct Sun-rays, animal
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • memberment — lymph-system and skull system — represent
    • threefold system thus presented we have the key to the
    • idea of the body, as in the present-day Anatomy and
    • and mental presentation of it — three-dimensional space with
    • then I claim that the picture represents something real, you
    • represent a reality corresponding to it, I need not repeat
    • that this point were to present itself to us in reality, — as
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • task before us along our present lines of study, which I have
    • answer are not yet achieved. I know that many people (present
    • presented them with curves all ready made, for planetary or
    • “fatigue” represents a highly complex sequence of
    • if we disregard it. For us however at the present moment, the
    • we are obliged to do this at a certain stage of our present
    • only speak of what presents itself externally, failing to see
    • phenomena are so presented that the one sheds light on the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • as we are growing. It represents therefore, a process in us,
    • which at the present stage might still be thought fantastic.
    • presented in the grammatic outline, with the fact that we see
    • realms, and among others it affects our present subject. Here
    • to represent our solar system, are not to be conceived as
    • those present, which is omitted. Dr. Steiner's
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • case and in another. The phenomena that present themselves to
    • deeper meaning in the phenomenon that present themselves to
    • planetary paths would presently come into such relation to
    • true of present time. Even a time comparatively near our own
    • may devise, the phenomena in the Heavens will presently elude
    • represent as though it were a self-contained body moving on
    • presented in seemingly mathematical and geometrical guise.
    • matters most in the present connection, and in this sense we
    • representing a Science of this kind to the outer world the
    • transcend the accepted foundations of present-day physical
    • wanting to lay stress in the present lectures. Next time then



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