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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • understanding may appear in the right way in the various
    • man's understanding, — remote, just because he does not
    • fashion without understanding mathematics or mechanics, we
    • friends. We must take up our position from the standpoint of
    • objective understanding which can now endure for all future
    • at most ask whether we understand them rightly, whether after
    • rational form of therapy, that is to say, to understand the
    • be understood, and where an understanding might be
    • man who could understand both of them passably well. These
    • three men could scarcely understand one another. The one who
    • would sit in the middle, understanding both of them slightly,
    • and the doctor would not be able to understand each other
    • who knows the theory of functions well and understands all
    • the physician, understanding nothing of of how the
    • understand each other's language.
    • another branch of science which stands, as it were, at the
    • an understanding of this concrete form only if you see in the
    • understand nothing of Astronomy, you will never understand
    • understand nothing of Embryology, you will never understand
    • that he should study Astronomy in order to understand the
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • impossible to understand the phenomena of cell-development,
    • insufficient to give him a deeper understanding of their full
    • lectures, that we can only understand the successive stages
    • in human embryonic development when we understand their
    • understanding of Nature through research that is completely
    • supposed to stand still, while the Sun with its encircling
    • concept, namely, that the Sun was to be regarded as standing
    • today, so that we shall understand each other about the aim
    • of the Copernican theory, namely that the Sun stands still. A
    • mathematical standpoint, man does not put reality into his
    • points of view. We can regard them from the standpoint
    • have a starting-point for an understanding of the connection
    • stands for in theory. And then again, Copernican though it is
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • understanding, and that quite other syntheses might be
    • this can of course only be trodden from the standpoint of
    • not come to a standstill before our senses. All that goes on
    • these more remote phenomena easier to understand.
    • other way, my dear friends, of understanding these matters
    • understanding of it merely by setting up the well-known
    • picture taught in the Schools. But we must understand all
    • will begin to work from the standpoint offered us in the
    • revelation of an inner life of soul and spirit. We understand
    • contains a great deal if one still understands it in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • understand our solar system in its totality, and only base it
    • to point out the directions in which a sound understanding
    • can be sought. We shall come to such an understanding if we
    • into a realm where thought apparently comes to a standstill.
    • a standstill.
    • We have to let the number stand, — we come to a stop.
    • about as near to our understanding as that which is beyond
    • proceed with our understanding up to the point where we can
    • hand our understanding begins at a certain point,
    • the standpoint of Mathematics. It appeared that at one point
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • understand more easily the real nature of our task. From a
    • — in the attempt to understand the celestial phenomena
    • — when we must come to a standstill, as it were, and
    • through the very lack of synthetic understanding of what is
    • learning to understand man in this threefold aspect we must
    • becomes easier to understand if the distinction is made
    • the human organism; it is comparatively easy to understand
    • as man try to go farther inward, to understand the starry
    • our intellectual understanding. We have this ordered Cosmos
    • understand meteorological phenomena in terms of
    • never understand what thus appeared in the historic evolution
    • breathing process. Nor shall we ever understand the ancient
    • all this before you, so that we might understand each other
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • into words, in some way stand for a reality, or whether they
    • certainly would not allow of any outstanding development in
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • question is, whether an adequate understanding of the
    • that we shall have to understand them.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • is to gain a deeper understanding of Astronomy — the
    • understand the phenomena of the Heavens. They took their
    • understanding of the phenomena of the world by merely staring
    • be brought to a standstill. This can be proved by
    • things a condition even tending to a standstill. It is
    • such. Hence it is understandable that for long ages the
    • standpoint of the people of today — at least, of those
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • understanding of man himself. We must understand the picture
    • from which we intend to take our start, — understand
    • pictorial imagination in order to understand the phenomena of
    • here in the middle. If you want to understand the curve you can
    • understand it from the mathematical aspect, then, to anyone
    • understanding of the external phenomena.
    • only one point; or to understand as bounding a plane, not
    • You see, it is quite possible to understand in the first
    • impose greater demands on the human capacity of understanding
    • ourselves what will enable us to understand them. Nothing
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • understanding more complicated phenomena.
    • order to understand what is developing in the embryo, —
    • put it curtly, all that we really understand is the mineral
    • understanding of life, is unaccompanied by any recognition of
    • are only adapted to understand the mineral kingdom and not
    • Compare then what you have to your sphere of understanding
    • of understanding the minerals. In other words: We can
    • within us, enabling us to understand the mineral kingdom,
    • understanding come from within the Earth.
    • organisation for the understanding of this outer reality. We
    • to understand this outer reality is organised physically by
    • faculty for understanding the realities of the Earth.
    • understanding of the Universe.
    • Well and good, but this method of understanding is less
    • reality with other modes of understanding and we shall have
    • understand me, as I have explained the whole thing from the
    • suppose we are trying to understand the so-called reflection
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • understand, we must leave the animal out of account to begin
    • person would adopt this standpoint nowadays. Yet he will
    • occupy gigantic periods, judged by our standards of time. The
    • mathematical standpoint or with the help of mathematical
    • — lead to an understanding of inorganic Nature.
    • mathematical understanding of organic Nature. This
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • You will understand it if you imagine this
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • circling movements so as to understand the fact that the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • Standard” phenomenon, keeping so very regular a
    • idea: — Here am I standing on the Earth. Now, even as I
    • experienced. We must admit however, it is understandable that
    • which we stand but all the volume of water; also the air,
    • towards an understanding of what we may, perhaps, describe as
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • difficulty in understanding what we have done hitherto. I
    • mental habits, would gladly found their understanding of
    • Understand me
    • morphological understanding of the entire human organism. Of
    • only by so doing shall we understand it. It will therefore
    • real understanding of the human form and figure will lead us
    • strange as it may sound — if with your understanding of any
    • understanding of a form in the human metabolic system then
    • such understanding and fall back on the ordinary philistine
    • May be; but then you never really understand the human form;
    • your understanding is, at most, illusionary.
    • understanding of what was said before about the human being
    • understanding, — look at the process of sight and the whole
    • to understand how the process of sight is stimulated from
    • help you understand the phenomena of either process, you will
    • manner you must proceed if you are trying to understand the
    • understanding that it is a body and that its central point is
    • if in the effort to impart an understanding of how the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • that the same external process may stand for something
    • understand the phenomena in question, for only then can we
    • fact and circumstance, where they may long be standing side
    • have to understand the phenomena before w can explain them by
    • understand them truly. Only then can you explain them by
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • refer to a matter from which misunderstandings might arise in
    • have to seek an understanding of the human form, — its
    • understanding of the curves in question. We have to penetrate
    • explanations, important for a general understanding of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • perceive and understand what you would otherwise fall short
    • but inside the needle. To understand any fact or object, we
    • however, — we only understand it rightly if we admit
    • will never understand the cometary body, in the way it moves
    • matter; only I beg you not to understand this in a mechanical
    • shall we attain true understanding of the phenomena.
    • my part could understand it. The modern physicist if he is



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