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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • must develop an activity of soul and decide for himself. Then
    • that an organism builds itself up from these cells? The idea
    • itself. For example, what man has within him in the form of
    • The thin fluid mass is as yet left entirely to itself and
    • express myself abstractly to begin with, think of the sphere
    • Previously it had drawn itself together in the resting form
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • a man specializing nowadays along certain lines finds himself
    • as self-evident really dates back to the Chaldeans. Yet the
    • revolution round the Sun the Earth itself, of course, also
    • remaining parallel to itself, always points practically to
    • itself. This was not assumed by Copernicus; on the contrary,
    • Earth's axis itself must move in order to keep pointing to
    • the same spot in the Heavens, but that the place itself is so
    • far away that even if the axis does move parallel to itself
    • investigation that lifts itself out of reality, we can, in
    • able to say that we see in the vegetation itself an imprint
    • of the solar life. The Earth opens herself in a given region
    • itself in the unfolding of vegetative life. If the Earth
    • closes herself again to the solar life, the vegetation
    • polarity, and the result of this polarity shows itself very
    • mere warmth). That this is so, the vegetation itself bears
    • itself. Then we must take up another indication, which
    • certain respect as a normal type of man, felt himself best
    • itself felt; though, to be sure, this is not ordinarily taken
    • express itself in such phenomena as asthma. Study the complex
    • life was hardly active any more. And he stimulated himself
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • recognize the processes within Man himself in their
    • shall find that we are being led through Astronomy itself
    • opens itself to the Universe. In geographical regions where
    • life continues through the winter. But it expresses itself in
    • may call it so, the vegetative life goes back into itself
    • put it so, into a point; it becomes centered in itself.
    • itself in the Earth's vegetation. Under the solar
    • itself in a directly qualitative aspect. This is the very
    • alternations, solar and earthly, expresses itself in
    • It remodels itself, and one can follow how
    • it remodels itself through what in the course of the changing
    • rhythm, has an inner effect which frees itself from the
    • different aspect — the brain remodels itself, organizes
    • itself, and grows. That is the other activity, the yearly
    • we will consider manifestations in man himself which are
    • start from what appears in man himself. So we can say: the
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in soul and spirit; the
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in the physical-corporeal life,
    • wrests itself free from the Cosmos, as it were, but still
    • organization plays a part. The remembering itself is no doubt
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • a rule apparently self-evident. It will be said —
    • a concept which presented itself inductively to Kepler and
    • in some way, continually altering it within itself. For if I
    • process itself we arrive at incommensurable numbers.
    • chaos through the process of knowledge itself. In Embryology
    • in a geometrical form what presents itself in Embryology; not
    • from the mathematical process itself. They are in fact
    • . This is a self-evident fact so long as one remains within
    • reality and take them as axioms of the reality itself. We
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • directly present in what takes place in the embryo itself.
    • then , is the ordered Cosmos; it only presents itself to our
    • senses. It most certainly does not at once reveal itself to
    • itself in its successive stages.
    • being opens himself to the Cosmos. Cosmic influences here
    • fertilization. Here therefore something, in itself a whole,
    • will study, in the Indian philosophy itself, how this strange
    • by turning to man himself. For pictures of the world, we have
    • way that what presented itself to nerves and senses is
    • 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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    • something within human evolution itself to guide us to the
    • mankind itself to indicate ways of access to the secrets of
    • which anyone can gather for himself by empirical, historical
    • existence of God. From thought itself — from the pure
    • creates for himself as a mere formal summary, having no
    • find his way about — to orientate himself in an
    • have claimed to be one — showed himself very clearly,
    • existence, for this was felt to be self-evident. Only when
    • of mankind at that time. It showed itself in other domains of
    • principle is as yet rather more selfless. (Please do not over
    • selfless’ may be used.) There is not yet so
    • sharp a dissociation of the self from the world-phenomena as
    • them. Man felt himself a part and member of all Nature around
    • him, much as my arm, if it were conscious, would feel itself
    • the Earth itself, but to conditions in the outer Cosmos.
    • Polar regions is less able to lift himself out of the bodily
    • detaches itself from this more bodily working. This is not
    • yearly rhythm which will there tend to make itself felt. The
    • wrest himself free to the same extent from what works within
    • certain rhythms. Something that showed itself about the tenth
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • spiritual scientist one must educate oneself to look at
    • Ice-Age. Self-consciousness was kindled. Again and again the
    • self-consciousness or Ego-consciousness, such as we have it
    • moment of awakening. Self-consciousness trikes in upon us the
    • of our senses — to which we owe our self-consciousness.
    • Thus the morphology of the animal itself draws our attention
    • forming of man himself, — a movement which, for its
    • reality itself. if this is so, then there is no alternative;
    • itself. Of these things we shall speak again tomorrow.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • reasoned; if the Earth itself is moving and we have no direct
    • the reason that the mathematical method itself is
    • withdrawal into himself, will have coincided regularly with
    • pictures while at another he withdrew into himself, brooding
    • looking into the Universe itself. Man then becomes the
    • the trunk itself. Of course it is modified and metamorphosed,
    • the trunk. I must say to myself — what this plant here
    • modified portion of the Earth itself. Only then shall I be
    • precisely by taking something of the Earth into itself it
    • frees itself from dependence on the yearly course of the Sun.
    • For we may truly say: The perennial wrests itself away from
    • itself from the yearly course of the Sun, in that it forms
    • able, as it were, to do for itself what otherwise could only
    • can now do for itself. Now it is able of itself to bring
    • into our planetary system. I mean what reveals itself in the
    • Kinetic Theory of Gases, of of Heat itself, — the
    • itself there are two conditions. akin to the conditions that
    • realm of matter itself, these things reveal the need for a
    • planetary system; it receives something new into itself,
    • into itself the fertilizing effect of the male cell, the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • understanding of man himself. We must understand the picture
    • Mathematics itself this element of the incomprehensible, the
    • easily work out the calculation for himself; it is to be
    • It runs back into itself,
    • cuts through itself and comes out on the other side, and we
    • where the mathematics itself confronts us with what I called
    • cannot remain in space. So you see, Mathematics itself
    • The reality itself demands of us that in our ideas we go out
    • equation. It passes over into the ordinate axis itself. The
    • line round it returns into itself. But defining the circle in
    • self-contained form at all. This we are unable to do. In
    • is a circle, it returns into itself, and we can consider the
    • succeed in bending the spectrum in a certain way into itself,
    • oneself up to it and carried it out methodically, is
    • driven out of the body, by the method of study itself.
    • this way round, I must simply place myself on the other side.
    • man does not exist at all; I must simply place myself within
    • continue through the skin into the interior. I turn myself
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • region of the needle itself and try to enter, with the facts
    • from the needle itself, it is equally and fundamentally
    • from out of the organism itself, or from connections which do
    • yourself if you make yourself aware of the feeling of being
    • compare your feeling of self — that feeling of self
    • relation between this feeling of being in yourself and the
    • makes itself felt in the entire circumference of our life of
    • itself. In just the same way as we have no right too explain
    • the phenomenon of the magnet out of itself alone, so too, we
    • embryo purely on the basis of the embryo itself. In
    • have something, — if I may so express myself, —
    • study on the one hand the mineral kingdom itself and on the
    • what works in the cosmic sphere itself in forming our faculty
    • the real Earth itself is created, and then a later phase of
    • which is differentiated within itself. And if by rotation I
    • itself, a process of transition from the quantitative to the
    • between myself and the surface of a quite ordinary body and
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • within itself, ever changing its configuration, —
    • the so-called outer world and to an object inside yourself,
    • you observe it. What you yourself are living in — your
    • itself felt in what appears to us in the outer Universe.
    • you yourself were moving thus
    • seeking, as it were, to carry life itself into the realms of
    • itself — to Nature. Try to express in equations, this
    • axioms of rigid space — space immobile in itself
    • algebraic equations whose very functionality is in itself a
    • movements you yourself accomplish, with the Earth, in the
    • already led to conceive the path of the Earth itself as a
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • fundamental loop-curve, mobile and variable in itself. This
    • to the Sun. Between the two is then the Sun itself.
    • this, we must surely relate the Sun's path itself to what in
    • read it in the human form itself: The Earth is following the
    • further movement, a movement of the Sun itself towards a
    • animal itself and for man too. — an un-formative
    • beyond itself but to remain behind — behind what it
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • those who like Aristarchus himself were leaders of cultural
    • himself the movements of the heavenly bodies.
    • space as the Sun itself behaves. Not so the other planets
    • admit, at this point it is difficult to make oneself
    • himself: “I think thus and thus about the world. I have
    • himself of this union of his inner life with the sense-world.
    • opportunity to wrest himself away — in his life of
    • presented to himself the facts of which we have been speaking
    • itself?
    • the animal-forming process turns back upon itself to become
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • express myself with caution, as you see. We have no right to
    • in itself, it has significance in teaching us to be careful
    • certain distance from myself, the onlooker. Over it all I put
    • manifoldly filled and differentiated in itself — in
    • Though, I admit, it gets a little uncanny to feel yourself
    • are also permeated by the Earth-sphere itself, in a wider
    • bends back, returns upon itself, and finds physical
    • hand keeps at an earlier stage, man makes himself physically
    • itself; in man on the contrary the animal-forming process has
    • immediately connected with the Sun itself? There is indeed.
    • itself. If we conceive this downward arrow
    • direction — or if the Sun itself is doing so via the
    • animal-becoming process. It is withdrawn, drawn back into itself
    • that the Sun places its own counterpart over against itself,
    • Sun meeting and countering itself in the Moonlight —
    • influence of the Sun and the influence of the Earth itself;
    • were, into itself. This is quite different from what we had
    • itself, by virtue of the Moon's effect. I might also draw the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • indicated how a relationship reveals itself between the
    • comprehend the form of man himself. We are then let to this:-
    • space. You must get right out of yourself , looking for
    • reach a self-contained and consistent idea.
    • that this point were to present itself to us in reality, — as
    • having existence in itself. If it is there, and making itself
    • then considering the act of sight itself. You will contrive
    • yourself: This time I will not pre-suppose a polar-coordinate
    • out there make itself felt in here. What I am looking for as
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • diverse are the forms of curves that arise in man himself
    • real connection of what goes on in man himself and what goes
    • question: What relation is there, as to cognition itself,
    • express myself with caution — any criterion to tell
    • himself from the phenomena of the Universe. We therefore have
    • fields. Namely, however easily man may emancipate himself
    • as regards time, he cannot with impunity emancipate himself
    • movements, makes itself felt at once as an external process,
    • in the external world — turns inward to make itself
    • only speak of what presents itself externally, failing to see
    • thought and make it clear to yourself that a line has not two
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • of our Earth in changes that go on in man himself. We human
    • very thing the plant consolidates into itself, man must get
    • one self of the Lemniscate — Earth, Sun, Earth, Sun. When
    • Earth-and-Sun path itself. A superior planet, on the other
    • thing itself is so complicated that the mental pictures we
    • world-order and the moral makes itself felt in diverse
    • lying down, putting himself in a direction at right angles to
    • otherwise work itself out in voluntary movement, to work
    • himself in this way. In like manner you will be able to find
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • Matter itself, — that is, earthly matter — is
    • hollowing-out of space itself.
    • himself. You will admit: without any doubt the human physical
    • resolve itself in very many ways. For if we have a force,
    • it. It is, in a sense, a self-contained entity. Not
    • self-contained entity at all. It could not be there
    • represent as though it were a self-contained body moving on
    • will find yourself in contradiction to the phenomena if you
    • not adapt itself to the air quickly enough, a kind of inner
    • point by itself. It has not the significance of a point, but
    • given as a tiny portion of the radius itself. It Is not
    • itself. But if one does not shrink from developing the latent
    • of Color for some time the man declared himself a strict
    • spectrum itself we have a picture of the contrast of Earth

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