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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.
    • conformable to reality.
    • reality.
    • thoroughly disinclined nowadays to apply to reality what is
    • we learn to apply this to reality, we become able to see in
    • reality, and applying immeasurably important ideas to
    • reality, not wandering about in mere speculations. If the
    • studying reality, who on the one hand studies the starry
    • utmost abstraction. It is reality to say: We must strive for
    • would have spoken out of the sphere of reality. But what he
    • wanted corresponds to no reality, namely that something
    • you see, upon the one hand lies reality:
    • development in which there lives, in all reality, what lives
    • in the starry heavens. That is where the reality lies and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • the Sun. For in reality the whole alteration made by
    • as to its possibility or its reality. It is only from the
    • 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
    • mathematical standpoint, man does not put reality into his
    • from reality into a purely abstract sphere. In spite of its
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • downright reality. Increasingly, we hear the voice of those
    • that is expressed in this picture as being in reality a
    • reality, for instance, was the sphere of the Moon. The
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • traced to definite causes in one realm of reality, is to be
    • 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
    • depart from reality to the extent that we shall still be able
    • 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
    • this way from concepts which still have a remnant of reality
    • far from reality, — for this is a strong propensity of
    • man. We must go back again and again to the reality.
    • forming such a concept, to turn back to reality in order to
    • directly they have formed a concept, to go back to reality in
    • this if we return to reality with the ellipse idea. In the
    • include the whole reality if I merely say, ‘the planets
    • were now to draw the elliptic line, to be true to the reality
    • true that when I pass from reality to the rigid concept I
    • in face of the reality. For if an orbit is inclined at one
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • admit that we find something in the realm of reality, the
    • reality it indicates.) In the metabolic process the direction
    • reality. In the other the reality confronts us; through it a
    • one side and the reality which underlies it from the
    • now let us devise the reality by philosophical methods. This
    • problem of finding the underlying reality in sense-perception
    • and reality in quite other ways than by mere philosophic
    • striving for reality; nor are the sexual processes or those
    • reality. We must keep to the middle region, for through it
    • the approach to reality and yet at one and the same time to
    • by the wisdom of Ancient India. Men sought to reach reality
    • grasping at the same time both picture and reality. And if
    • unites picture and reality. (The answer may be more or less
    • picture and reality. The picture is experienced in its
    • relation to the reality, if once the breathing process is
    • say: There was a time when men sought to comprehend reality
    • the senses; for the reality, something quite different.
    • other hand in the mere experiencing of reality; they turned
    • thinned out to a mere picture; in the metabolism, reality
    • to penetrate into reality and find the means of forming an
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • into words, in some way stand for a reality, or whether they
    • significance for the external reality but only helping man to
    • that in outer reality the phenomenon does not appear quite so
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • for it leads right away from reality. People will calculate
    • 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
    • deduced to no real purpose, piling one unreality upon another
    • reality of this domain we must being by forming these two
    • you see things as they are, you will find little reality
    • find its truths in the external, empirical reality. But in
    • approaching the empirical reality in its completeness we need
    • question: Does it correspond to a reality, or is it only a
    • reality, to justify our setting up the three coordinate axes
    • approximation to the reality — an approximation which
    • reality in their thinking. They think you can rely upon an
    • have to learn to think with the reality, — not to
    • accord with reality. So in this instance, we should
    • reality of space — see what is happening in space, such
    • reality itself. if this is so, then there is no alternative;
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • have some connection with the reality, but which will
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • our thought to depart from reality and to see also when we
    • 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
    • sphere of reality something which obliges us to think
    • reality, I should like to add something which may perhaps
    • ideas to the reality. It is the following.
    • for sense-perceptible empirical reality, and we are made to
    • sense-perceptible reality.
    • this with what confronts us in the empirical reality.
    • another to the empirical reality. You call a triangle a
    • reality.
    • question, since the reality is obviously complicated, of
    • looking for other cognitive relations to the inner reality,
    • empirical reality. When once you have accepted such thoughts,
    • any way seeing the reality. Just think what happens when
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • reality. I will now draw your attention to something very
    • outside you, as picture to reality.
    • of picture and reality, and we are helped to do so by what I
    • gives us the experience of ourselves as a reality.
    • reality. In other words: In connection with the cause and
    • environment. We arrive at a mirroring (in reality it is the
    • between what is out side us in outer reality, and our own
    • organisation for the understanding of this outer reality. We
    • can say: The cosmos produces the outer reality, and our power
    • to understand this outer reality is organised physically by
    • reality with other modes of understanding and we shall have
    • reality in the one case as in the other. This should be borne
    • the realm of reality. In order to go into this, I must draw
    • other thing; yet the reality confronting us in this case is
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • represent absolute reality. We can no longer maintain: What
    • true form of the underlying reality, while what the eye
    • ourselves how we may find the way to reality? Let us then
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • question, — What in reality corresponds to the ideal
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • mathematically, to empirical reality in general. You may
    • empirical reality outside us. He took his start from a kind
    • reality? We can only decide the question by entering into it
    • 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
    • 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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    • only part of the full reality of it.
    • 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
    • manifestation of cosmic space, which in reality is ever
    • the outcome of it, in all reality. We must face the truth: to
    • read the hieroglyphic of reality is not so simple. That we
    • before reaching outward physical reality. Man on the other
    • plant, there is created in him in all reality a kind of ideal
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • ourselves driven farther and farther from reality. We may not
    • outer sense-perceptible reality you never find mathematical
    • represent a reality corresponding to it, I need not repeat
    • that this point were to present itself to us in reality, — as
    • 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
    • away out, — very far. Suppose however the reality were such
    • to penetrate outer reality. Think for example that there
    • the reality, but that I ought to express it quite
    • space. No, I shall find something, the inherent reality of
    • then to the reality and not to any craving for remote ideas,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • like. Physiological and economic aspects meet in reality. In
    • 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
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • is far more akin to what is living as a cosmical reality in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • with reality. We must therefore admit that if we try to
    • is fixed and finished the reality will certainly escape me;
    • saying this, I am giving voice to an important reality.
    • thing at all. Nowhere in reality are we confronted with such
    • Likewise a magnet-needle: In its reality I
    • will not reveal the truth and the reality? What else are you
    • observation and reflection the full reality will not reveal
    • forces of the human soul, depths of reality which would



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