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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • known to history — Paracelsus.
    • Paracelsus decided to apply to the Abbot of Sponheim for the opportunity to
    • Paracelsus felt at home among the miners. He soon came to the conviction
    • This point of view followed Paracelsus throughout his life, and colored his
    • Paracelsus wandered over a great part of central Europe in order that he might
    • The summation of Paracelsus' method of study is contained in his questions,
    • In all, Paracelsus spent nearly a full decade in his wanderings in search of
    • When Paracelsus returned to Basel in 1527 he was appointed city physician,
    • all, Paracelsus lectured in German, not Latin, which was unheard of in
    • Paracelsus' lectures dealt with cure of the diseases current among the
    • Paracelsus plead for a medical practice which met the needs of the time,
    • Paracelsus also was hard at work proving the practical worth of his
    • three years Paracelsus' reputation spread far and wide. Never before had
    • pharmacists of Basel, for Paracelsus had worked out his own system of drug
    • physicians. Therefore the apothecaries attacked Paracelsus, because he did
    • not use their products as did the Galenists. On the other hand, Paracelsus
    • At last the day came for which the enemies of Paracelsus had long been
    • called upon Paracelsus for professional aid when his own physician had given
    • up his case. Although he had promised to pay Paracelsus' fee in the event of
    • Lichtenfels. Noted for his quickness of temper and outspokenness, Paracelsus
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  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
    • Theophrastus Paracelsus (1493–1541). They immerse themselves in nature and,
    • does much of what is maintained by Agrippa and Paracelsus to us today. It is
    • Paracelsus. They are therefore better considered in connection with the
    • Paracelsus characterizes himself when he writes under his portrait, “No one
    • Paracelsus because of his rough exterior, which sometimes hides deep
    • and essence.” Paracelsus is deeply penetrated with a sentiment like
    • Paracelsus' sense. At first the road which nature has taken in order to
    • contrast which Paracelsus perceives as microcosm (man) and macrocosm
    • organism loose from the native soil out of which it grew. For Paracelsus a
    • own connection with the universe. For Paracelsus human nature thus at first
    • in a spiritual manner. The first part of human nature Paracelsus calls the
    • — In the “astral” phenomena Paracelsus thus sees an
    • what Paracelsus interprets as an “astral body.” It is the sum of the
    • That in this field Paracelsus enumerates facts which we doubt today, has no
    • above. — On the basis of such views of human nature Paracelsus divides the
    • organic life process. Paracelsus designates the organic laws as
    • the universal spirit regards itself in man. Paracelsus has expressed the feeling
    • nothing but facts of external and internal experience that Paracelsus wants to
    • level of the highest cognition Paracelsus strives to fuse the living,
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  • Title: Contents: Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age
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    • Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the 1923 Edition
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    • and fourteenth century onward. What Paracelsus or Jacob Boehme preserve of
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • Paracelsus was primarily concerned with developing ideas about nature that
    • designations he leans upon Paracelsus, who has borrowed the names for the



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