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• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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• well grounded in their subject. They do not have too much to
• feel then as if they had ground under their feet, but the
• on one another, moving around each other, — forming, as
• mathematical background. This is what would happen in an
• different structure and around the whole is an enclosing
• its surroundings. What does it do? Well, my dear friends, it
• mirrors the universe around it! It takes on the form of the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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• round the Sun and then, in some way or other, moving with the
• made their calculations with this picture in the background.
• the Earth stood still, but that Venus and Mercury moved round
• — Mars, Jupiter and Saturn — moved round the
• Saturn also revolved around the Sun, but the Earth was still
• planets as well as the starry Heavens revolved round the
• revolving round the Sun. Following hard one upon the other in
• Heavens is that the Earth moves round the Sun. In its
• revolution round the Sun the Earth itself, of course, also
• occur round the North-South axis of the Earth, which always
• points to the North Pole, but round the axis of the Ecliptic,
• day round its own N. S. Axis, and then, inasmuch as it
• disregard the revolution round the Sun. The Earth, then, if
• it always rotates thus, and then again revolves round the
• Sun, behaves like the Moon as it rotates round the Earth,
• too, inasmuch as it revolves round the Sun, but not on the
• the Earth take place round the North-South axis, but that
• movement of the North-South axis round the axis of the
• Ecliptic. Thereby, in a certain sense, the revolution round
• revolving round the Sun, the Earth's axis would have to
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• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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• remove Man from the whole cosmic background, but on the
• greater inner connection with the cosmic surroundings of the
• The Planets move in ellipses round the central body, which
• ellipses round the central body and the central body is not
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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• falls to Earth and the Moon circles round the Earth, the same
• a central body, the Sun, with the planets revolving around it
• however, sufficient ground has already been created for us to
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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• orientation into what you see around you in your waking life.
• being comes an arbitrary remolding of the world around
• evident today, how on the one hand in Astronomy the ground of
• round and round the given facts, whether in terms of the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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• the man of that time was the world around him. It was not
• them. Man felt himself a part and member of all Nature around
• we find this union of man with the surround world even more
• in the background. We of the Temperate zone have the quick
• round the Ecliptic, and that the time it takes is called the
• — connected as it is with the Sun — goes round
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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• these lectures to prepare the ground for an adequate
• feeling of being given up to, surrendered to the world around
• surrounds us; we are quite given up to the latter. Only in
• surrounding world. Now this is just what happened to the
• yearly influences of the surrounding world. The
• influences which surround the Earth. Only when this is seen
• surrounding heavenly bodies. To penetrate the phenomena of
• around. Transfer, what we have thus recognized as regards the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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• whole around the Earth and the apparent movement of the Sun.
• had a far more intimate inner connection with the surrounding
• dependent on all that was going on around him. Today we see
• the world around us shining in the sunlight, but the way we
• surrounding Universe, was indeed not unlike the peculiar
• participation in the surrounding Universe,. and then of dim
• living-together with the Universe around him, where at one
• with the phenomena of the world around him, we are in fact
• developed by relation to the surrounding world. What then
• lived in the mutual relation between man and the surrounding
• connections with the surrounding world.
• preserved. In the trunk we see springing from the ground the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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• round so that for each point of the curve AM x BM = b2 , we get the following equation. (I will only
• point which describes the curve takes this path, goes round
• comfortable way of simply going round and round, but still it
• line round it returns into itself. But defining the circle in
• we find that the curvature is this way round, with an inside
• this way round, I must simply place myself on the other side.
• round, because I am not willing to admit the other form of
• not to have to do so, we simply turn ourselves round, and
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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• necessity of reaching out to the surrounding totality within
• surrounding us outside.
• surrounds us human beings on the planet Earth.
• a sphere surrounding the Earth at an indeterminate distance.
• connection with what you see around you through the senses,
• familiar membering of the outer world which surrounds us and
• opposite way round, but I will now describe it like this), a
• comes from what surrounds us out in the celestial space.
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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• influence to its surroundings. We saw this in the
• and growth and evolution. With this in the background let us
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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• revolving round the Sun. What has been calculated —
• the revolution of the Earth around the Sun must therefore be
• ellipse in which the Earth is said to be going round the Sun,
• the simple proposition, 'the Earth moves round the Sun'.
• Earth's movement round the Sun. This Sun occurs, does it not
• in the carbonic acid. Turn it precisely the other way round,
• to proceed negatively, I must go back, I must turn round; I
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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• and the Sun to be immobile, with the Earth moving around the
• an Earth at rest, with the fixed-star Heavens moving around
• the Earth; likewise the Sun moving around the Earth. For the
• Around it he conceives the
• in an eccentric circle round the Earth. The planets also move
• Says Ptolemy: around this circle another circle is rotating;
• around the Earth; to comprehend it we must assume the two
• planets moving in circles or ellipses round it. Simple, is it
• the centre with the Earth circling round it after the manner
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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• running round in a circle. Yet the fact is not so. No horse
• is running round; I have only been looking in a certain way
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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• from all that is there around it. And we may then compare the
• relation of such Moon to its surrounding Heavens with the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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• double stars that move around each other. The movement was
• the Sun's nucleus to be surrounded by the so-called
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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• currents from the surrounding periphery inward to the
• this has been gone round, then it goes on
• think of the Sun in the centre and the Planets around it
• so when venturing upon this problematic ground.
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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• attenuated. As to the Earth, we think of air around it. Air is
• surroundings. You will remember, I used the same comparison
• must also have been formed in a surrounding medium;
• moving round such as would have to move in a closed path. All
• fetters that are cast around you in the different

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