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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • connections with Astronomy, that is, with a true knowledge of
    • absolute and true, will say: Well, you know, among earlier
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • significance. If it is true, as will emerge in these
    • believed that natural phenomena only reveal their true
    • movements. If one is left out, the whole is no longer true.
    • the true Sun-life (you must not only look for the Sun-life in
    • life. The daily course shows it far less. True, very much of
    • the general course of Nature, but has remained a true image
    • side also! Will they perhaps only show it in its true form
    • connection between true Chemistry and the processes undergone
    • together. For a true knowledge of man, it is essential to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • minerals has evolved in the mineral sphere; true as it is
    • brings forth the minerals; yet is is equally true that all
    • firm foundation for true Astronomy.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • unsatisfying nature of modern theories and came to a true
    • eliminate the mistake and return to what is true. We need to
    • 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
    • our ordinary formal modes of experience it is true, no doubt
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • true conclusions.
    • ways of thought, towards a true pursuit of the idea of
    • true example of metamorphosis: a single entity, underlying
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • it is a true rhythm none the less.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • true World-picture. I shall again refer to what was said
    • life. As a pure matter of fact, it is far truer to describe
    • more, it is truer to the facts to say that through the eye, for
    • can we form true ideas of the relations — including
    • make a yet more subtle distinction. It is true that
    • skeleton, but what I say of this is true in an even higher
    • to a certain interrelation between Earth and Sun. For a true
    • basis for a true recognition of the mutual movements among
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • quite similar is true of the rhythmic alternation in our
    • reagent for a true judgment of the phenomena of the Universe.
    • be called a true progression.
    • these things in their true connection.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • gain no true relationship to what Astronomy can say to us.
    • it is true, we are thrown out of space, yet we can still draw
    • on to what should accompany the mathematical formula in true
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • get the true correspondence
    • the bones in the first place, you have the true principle
    • truer results with regard to the connection of our world of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • true form of the underlying reality, while what the eye
    • still have a feeling that he at least gets nearer to a true
    • the light of a true science of metamorphosis. Then too we
    • I have said to be in some way true. Suppose for instance that
    • as we approach the true aspect of the loop-curve. (Downward
    • Cosmos, we are led to recognise that the true form of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • ribs and the adjoining vertebrae. True as it is then that in
    • be only the resultants of the true primary magnitudes. If so,
    • now is, is it true at all to put the kingdoms of Nature in
    • prolonged. There would be no true polarity in that. Rather
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • words to be a true description of the spatial
    • and it is true to say that among those who were the
    • he lets the planet move, so that the true path of the
    • of them as representing the true orbits. In purely
    • true knowledge under-lay their efforts; it is undeniable if
    • under-lay it really? To gain true judgement on this question,
    • upon the essence of sense-perception, is true of our time and
    • perceiving this, my dear Friends, we also gain a truer
    • it is exact and true. Moreover one is well aware why they
    • thence to reach a cosmic system true to reality.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • it does in the last resort of things observed, the true
    • cursorily for a true conception to be gained.
    • found a true cosmic counterpart of the characteristic
    • justice to the true system of Nature with all her creatures
    • true conception, then we are led, not to a generatic
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • seen. For a true Science we must accept that there is this
    • latter. For a true synthesis of the phenomena of movement
    • it is true, but if I want to see it I must look in here (P),
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • movement are called curves), i.e. the true geometrical
    • have not yet established the conditions of true synthesis.
    • distinctions if we wish to find true forms of curves for the
    • relative sense. We must look for a criterion of true
    • space, will never tell me the true fact. Only by seeing that
    • — will be indicative of the true laws in the domain.
    • true Phenomenalism, — to explain phenomena by phenomena
    • try to penetrate them with ideas that are true to their real
    • experience of Projective Geometry. True, this will only give
    • is no doubt. You will then find truer and more realistic
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • obliged to seek the criterion of the true spatial movements
    • movements. They give us a criterion of a true movement which
    • that work from within outward (fundamentally the same is true
    • expect your calculation to come true. You must include in the
    • with the Dynamical Mean Sun which coincides with the true Sun
    • Thus we obtain the true path of Earth and
    • fact is, we do not get the true relation of movement as
    • if I take this, to begin with, to be a true perspective, I
    • Nature is not simple. On the contrary, it would be true to
    • it does not come true. Instead of the real Sun being there,
    • consciousness however, it becomes the true spirit of modern
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • right way. We cannot form true ideas of what we see if we do
    • find their true interpretation if we start from such premises
    • themselves in their true light if we then take our start from
    • can indeed, once we perceive the true interpretation. This
    • relatively true, but at least relatively you can so regard
    • in the same way as salt-crystal can. The crystal, it is true,
    • they elude us. This then is true: — look outward on the
    • true of present time. Even a time comparatively near our own
    • sphere. The true Moon is the sphere, bounded by the lunar
    • shall we attain true understanding of the phenomena.
    • maintain, for it is true: to the ordinary forms of
    • turning the pin, and therefore — not to be untrue

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