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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • see into your brain and offer the content of the brain as
    • by Anthroposophy, sees into the brain and what is seen in the
    • brain, is presented as Anthroposophy! Please, take this genial
    • looking into the brain is also a bit influenced by auto
    • brain, actually lives completely outside the actual world.
    • inward and depict the human brain, as if influenced by auto
    • brain instead of Anthroposophy.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • thinking is bound up with the brain — thus not at all with the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • our organism with the world, first of all through the way the brain is
    • organised. I have often called attention to the fact that the brain is
    • weight that a body would have that was made of brain fluid and was the
    • same size as the brain; thus the brain loses weight in the ratio of
    • weight, the brain is lifted out of this relationship with gravity in
    • lecture on the brain given by a thoroughgoing materialist. As a
    • brain, and proved that fundamentally this structure was the expression
    • strict materialism, to be the matter of the brain. Thus when
    • the other man had sketched the parts of the brain, the connecting
    • the brain, he needed only to write idea-complexes, and instead
    • of brain fibres he only had to write association fibres. Then
    • brain. And where the other drew brain-fibres, he put
    • because the human brain really is in this respect an extraordinarily
    • good imprint of itself on the brain. It certainly has had time during
    • the observable plastic formations of the brain.
    • Ziehen. We find that he also describes the parts of the brain and so
    • reproduction of it in the brain. But — with such a psychology one

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