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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • world-conception based upon reality, and yet our modern world
    • accordance with reality.
    • the world today, my dear friends, in a way that is really
    • physiologists, philosophers, but none of them have any real
    • realistic.
    • conformable to reality.
    • reality.
    • is something which has become a real
    • the Pythagorean theorem, but realizes, let us say, that the
    • really dreadfully passive; he would like to be led everywhere
    • only so much real science as there is mathematics in
    • it; one ought really to bring Arithmetic or Geometry into all
    • really penetrating view of this matter today, because in the
    • form an idea of what it really means when I turn a glove
    • thoroughly disinclined nowadays to apply to reality what is
    • we learn to apply this to reality, we become able to see in
    • realizes is that what is turned outward in the limb-bones is
    • in non-Euclidean geometry, then we should be in the realm of
    • reality, and applying immeasurably important ideas to
    • reality, not wandering about in mere speculations. If the
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • realities of Astronomy, which lie apparently so far removed
    • into the kind of connection with these facts the very realm
    • question is, whether any real results are to be obtained by
    • source, then, can we gain a real perception of the celestial
    • as self-evident really dates back to the Chaldeans. Yet the
    • the Sun. For in reality the whole alteration made by
    • shows how little that is really fundamental, how little of
    • Astronomy is therefore not really based on the Copernican
    • as to its possibility or its reality. It is only from the
    • do we live in such uncertainty with regard to a real
    • question in another direction: Can we reach any real
    • observation out of the sphere of external reality.
    • reality. It must therefore be understood from the outset
    • that if we approach an external reality with a method of
    • investigation that lifts itself out of reality, we can, in
    • considerations. We shall soon come to the realities. The
    • mathematical standpoint, man does not put reality into his
    • justification for assuming that we are really starting from
    • their really important thoughts were worked out in the dusk,
    • you to note that real physiological effects can be produced
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • downright reality. Increasingly, we hear the voice of those
    • the observed facts. The entire realm should now be confronted
    • described but a short time ago as replicas of the real facts,
    • realm can only be found through such views as were brought
    • like this, for it will lead us into the realm of Astronomy
    • if we would attain to really fruitful notions and perceptions
    • the human being is really opening to receive the solar life.
    • the human head, molding it from outside in a corporeal,
    • physical, corporeal life, connected with the course of the
    • of the year has certain effects on the physical, corporeal
    • which can no longer be deceptive, for it speaks to us of real
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in the physical-corporeal life,
    • the realm of soul, less impressed upon the body. From this
    • Physiologically, there is really no difference, in a finer
    • 28-day period impresses itself inwardly in the realm of the
    • that is expressed in this picture as being in reality a
    • sort of terminal ‘limb’ — end that the really
    • reality, for instance, was the sphere of the Moon. The
    • life of the Newtonian concept, which is really the corpse of
    • squared’ But you can realize that to speak of time to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • because the customary mode of thought in this realm is very
    • far from realistic. But in contending against an unreal point
    • traced to definite causes in one realm of reality, is to be
    • traced to the same causes in other realms. In setting up such
    • picture completely fitted the reality. It was in truth an
    • abstraction from reality; to what extent it related to the
    • full reality, was not established. From this picture —
    • not from reality, but from this picture — people
    • past few centuries by deductive reasoning were the real
    • depart from reality to the extent that we shall still be able
    • to discover in them a connection with what is real. It will
    • again into reality. I shall not depart so far from reality
    • only so far from reality that it will be possible to
    • develop a certain flair for reality in the concepts we
    • throw a bridge across from the reality to the spun-out
    • take note of something in the real world-picture, which as it
    • this way from concepts which still have a remnant of reality
    • real. It is indeed always necessary to do this in relation to
    • far from reality, — for this is a strong propensity of
    • man. We must go back again and again to the reality.
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • understand more easily the real nature of our task. From a
    • admit that we find something in the realm of reality, the
    • essential to see that all phenomena in the organic realm
    • research, which are really fundamental, need to be
    • reality it indicates.) In the metabolic process the direction
    • into the head. In this process we have a real interplay and
    • fertilization. But in this realm of the body we shall less
    • arguments as to whether the Cosmos is really ordered or not,
    • really connected with the starry Heavens? In the first place,
    • man,we cannot ever really get at this world of stars. It is
    • Cosmos’ into man). In man you come into the realm of
    • into what realm are you led? You are led into
    • fertilization in man to the realm of sense perception, into
    • to the following psycho-physiological fact. If we really
    • inner organic process and leads it over into the realm of
    • man and to the Cosmos, — a realm in which there are no
    • — if we try to draw conclusions as to the real events
    • pictorial but in real cosmic processes.
    • pictorial, and at the other in a real way.
    • reality. In the other the reality confronts us; through it a
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • in the realm of embryology on the other. We must hew out a
    • in the evolution of mankind in the realm where human
    • — to a real study and appreciation of the epoch in
    • questions did not merely spring from the realm of logical
    • knowledge — the question of Nominalism and Realism. Or
    • into words, in some way stand for a reality, or whether they
    • significance for the external reality but only helping man to
    • otherwise confusing outer world. The Realists (an expression
    • something real is to be found in general or universal
    • life takes hold of something real, — that they
    • thoroughgoing Realist. The Nominalists, he said, assert that
    • ‘wolf’ must be something real.
    • — a question which may obviously lead us into realms
    • were taking place in the most highly sublimated realm of
    • humanity since that medieval time are really due to this
    • realm of actual sensations or sense-impressions — as
    • on Earth in the most highly sublimated realms of cultural
    • that in outer reality the phenomenon does not appear quite so
    • real facts. We can only take our start from the empirically
    • want to develop real means of knowledge in this sphere, we
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • to translate what is really qualitative into quantitative
    • for it leads right away from reality. People will calculate
    • with real life instead of letting his thoughts and concepts
    • run away from the reality, will, when he finds them
    • his concepts to be united with reality. He does not want to
    • form concepts remote from reality, going off at a tangent, —
    • or at least not for long. He brings them back to reality
    • feeling for the reality in which one lives. A conception of
    • only permeate ourselves with this sense of reality. And we
    • should then be prepared, really to see what the phenomenal
    • deduced to no real purpose, piling one unreality upon another
    • reality of this domain we must being by forming these two
    • important to see without prejudice, what is the real
    • the realm of our sense-perceptions — the way in which we
    • helps us realize that man's life of ideation — his
    • describing yesterday, then you will realize that in the times
    • pictures. While forming mental pictures we do not really
    • really happened.) We come to a human life of soul, not only
    • what lives and works in this realm will find expression
    • to discern what belongs to the one realm, namely the
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • perception of this movement, the real movements of the
    • idea of what the ‘real’ movements might be like.
    • said, will give us indications of what the real movements in
    • relationships, such as they really are. Something is there in
    • have some connection with the reality, but which will
    • plus sign for the intensity of a force in the realm
    • realm of matter itself, these things reveal the need for a
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • our thought to depart from reality and to see also when we
    • what is real.
    • make real progress, unless we can refer from one realm of
    • really studies this man, who is, after all, in some way an
    • pass from the picture to the real spatial relationships and
    • to relate the picture to what it represents in reality, so,
    • if we would approach reality in the universe, interpreting it
    • The reality itself demands of us that in our ideas we go out
    • deception is introduced. It cannot be pictured fully in real
    • sphere of reality something which obliges us to think
    • realistically in terms of such curves. This is the question I
    • might perhaps correspond to these things in the realm of
    • reality, I should like to add something which may perhaps
    • ideas to the reality. It is the following.
    • here concerned with something real and of a qualitative
    • quite real though inner sense; where we are obliged to admit
    • for sense-perceptible empirical reality, and we are made to
    • realise it if we insist on restricting ourselves to
    • sense-perceptible reality.
    • already mentioned it. It invites us really to think-through
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • start yesterday from certain considerations in the realm of
    • realm of totalities in order to find explanations, we arrive
    • grow able to estimate how such realms of phenomena as are met
    • are only to be set on a real basis, if one knows (as I said,
    • comparison, without really entering into the inner nature of
    • which is really based on the fact that in normal life you can
    • sphere, in what really is for us the inner wall, the
    • be really studied in no other way than by considering the
    • is formative in our organisation, in a much more real way
    • it at a more intensive, more realistic stage. Just as we
    • consciousness, so to reach any real result, we must look for
    • — in our metabolism. These two realms of activity and
    • two Ice Ages, and the middle realm, the rhythmic realm,
    • which is a realm of mutual interplay between Earth and
    • relationships which reveal themselves to us in the realm of
    • reality. I will now draw your attention to something very
    • put it curtly, all that we really understand is the mineral
    • laws of the mineral realm. Precisely this betrays a vague
    • outside you, as picture to reality.
    • of picture and reality, and we are helped to do so by what I
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • it to be generally realised that this World-picture does not
    • represent absolute reality. We can no longer maintain: What
    • true form of the underlying reality, while what the eye
    • now is, do we really gain a comprehensive view of the
    • ourselves how we may find the way to reality? Let us then
    • outside him, as a real movement in the opposite direction.
    • in man's nature. The question is, is it of real significance
    • seeking, as it were, to carry life itself into the realms of
    • will then realise: The 'apparent movements’ of the
    • we ourselves are making in the year's course. We realise it
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • the necessary supports from diverse realms. In the main
    • can be gone into. But if you really concentrate upon the
    • accepted Astronomy. But it is not so, — it really
    • distinguishes three: the real Sun and two imagined ones. It
    • know, in these wider realms of Science, there is a certain
    • whilst on the other side we have a line that really lengthens
    • arrive at real relationships between the Kingdom of Nature,
    • question, — What in reality corresponds to the ideal
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • other? What is the real difference between these ways of
    • to represent the orbits of the planets; he would really think
    • in Aristarchus's system. Yet is it really the same? This is
    • mathematically, to empirical reality in general. You may
    • construct a triangle ideally and then find it realised in
    • empirical reality outside us. He took his start from a kind
    • cycles and epicycles — related to a real content of
    • reality? We can only decide the question by entering into it
    • another realm, we cannot treat the matter so simply, with an
    • really built on in the Ptolemaic system. This among others
    • under-lay it really? To gain true judgement on this question,
    • this respect we need more real notions as to the evolution of
    • outward and physical reality. It was from this moreover
    • sense-perceptible reality. Then, in the Fourth post-Atlantean
    • reality and the idea in the mind together. Here was man's
    • reality.
    • above all, mankind gets free of the outer reality. And in
    • place of things more real; he introduced mass etc. into the
    • other road, whereby we enter reality even more deeply then
    • thence to reach a cosmic system true to reality.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • We realise
    • conceiving the observed facts truly? We must really take it
    • follow that what appears to be a movement is really a
    • only part of the full reality of it.
    • illustrated really lived in olden time. The form at least,
    • another reality was ‘Moon’ — mot only what
    • the Ptolemaic system was felt as a reality. The inner
    • the name of 'Moon' is in reality a realm of force, a complex
    • then are the ideas we must regain. We have to realise that
    • manifestation of cosmic space, which in reality is ever
    • you will get a feeling of how very real a thing it is. The
    • 'real' by something merely thought-out, namely by
    • real conceptions of the inner structure of our cosmic system.
    • gain a clear notion, the moment you see it as it really is.
    • the outcome of it, in all reality. We must face the truth: to
    • read the hieroglyphic of reality is not so simple. That we
    • carried further in a real Kingdom of Nature, we find it
    • tending towards the mineral. How real a process it is, we may
    • have undoubtedly taken hold of other realms of vegetable
    • realisation upon a higher than animal level. We may perhaps
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • will lead over from these difficulties into a realm of ideas
    • ourselves driven farther and farther from reality. We may not
    • course we need to realise how it will be. Suppose we have
    • real understanding of the human form and figure will lead us
    • May be; but then you never really understand the human form;
    • imagine the arising and vanishing to be a real process, —
    • something hat is really there. Of course it is possible to
    • suppose that what I have been indicating is really there in
    • the Universe; yet, as things generally are in the real world,
    • outer sense-perceptible reality you never find mathematical
    • then I claim that the picture represents something real, you
    • represent a reality corresponding to it, I need not repeat
    • real cosmic system, such as we see it with our eyes, — the
    • that this point were to present itself to us in reality, — as
    • notion. Yet is soon grows real. It grows exceedingly real
    • secretion of the kidneys, you must realize that what is there
    • reality if you adopt the same principle when examining the
    • point abstractly. In the realm of reality it will not. We
    • shall not do justice to reality with the mere notion of an
    • caught this point which is really a Sphere. To begin with,
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • of the ideas and concepts they already have. What if the real
    • real connection of what goes on in man himself and what goes
    • must conclude that it is real. Is there anything to indicate
    • that a given movement must be a real one? I have already
    • like. Physiological and economic aspects meet in reality. In
    • so to speak, real chemical or physical significance, for
    • phenomena. Of course it presupposes that we do really
    • the physical constitution of the Sun can never really be
    • try to penetrate them with ideas that are true to their real
    • geometrical thinking and now the outer reality accords with
    • reality when we thus find again and recognize what we
    • in excellent agreement with the external reality. The
    • relation to Synthetic Geometry — to the real inner
    • pathway, — if for example you really enter into the
    • is no doubt. You will then find truer and more realistic
    • 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
    • Simple by virtue of the real conditions, the other end goes
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • as I said before, you are really dealing with geometrical
    • to be real. This is the thing that matters.
    • here been putting forward ought really to be the theme of
    • led to realize that Earth and Sun must be thought of as
    • your start from this idea you will be able to realize the
    • important: to realize how the Sun' s constitution derives
    • into account, this is the only way to conceive the real
    • geometrical loci all that is really given. So too you must
    • of today uses three Suns in its calculations: the real Sun,
    • them are of course imaginary; only the real Sun is actually
    • is far more akin to what is living as a cosmical reality in
    • really be put this way: An inferior planet has a path,
    • say: Nature the real World — is that which, looking
    • of it are complications of perspective. Yet the real
    • it does not come true. Instead of the real Sun being there,
    • introduced to get to what is real. In these corrections there
    • constitution of the Cosmos. If you have really been following
    • realms, and among others it affects our present subject. Here
    • realities at all. Nor even are the lines that arise when we
    • curves that are really there in the movement of heavenly
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • realm of matter there is a positive and a negative intensity.
    • of the relation of positive and negative real numbers to
    • as to perceive the cosmic realities that are involved. Cosmic
    • with reality. We must therefore admit that if we try to
    • bodies, I should really have to go out into the Universe and
    • I must remember in so doing that I ought really to be
    • is fixed and finished the reality will certainly escape me;
    • saying this, I am giving voice to an important reality.
    • which are really due to materialities of opposite tendency
    • starting-point for real work. I can only give general
    • the realities quite differently than has been done before.
    • overlooked. From the realms of light and heat and so on,
    • real value for the future. Let us not pursue the ideal of
    • thing at all. Nowhere in reality are we confronted with such
    • Likewise a magnet-needle: In its reality I
    • a north pole and a south pole; but I must realize that purely
    • will not reveal the truth and the reality? What else are you
    • this possibility — If it is really so that one is quite
    • If only the path were really taken, from the ordinary
    • observation and reflection the full reality will not reveal
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