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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • the human organism as a whole is so organized that it has on
    • the one hand a skull organization, and on the other a
    • limb-organization, the skull-organization being oriented
    • inward, the limb-organization outward. The skull contains an
    • structure of the human organism all that has been thought out
    • female. These cells develop in the parent organism in such a
    • arising by way of living organisms. The sex-cells are of a
    • more complicated organism is built up.
    • that an organism builds itself up from these cells? The idea
    • taken up into the organism of the cell and can only work
    • So in studying the organism, everything is traced to the
    • within it, supported by the female organism as a whole. Then
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • — with the whole organization of man. In saying this,
    • upon certain lower organs should he studied in the phenomenon
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • within our bodily organism. The organism must in a certain
    • sense-organ, sensitive to all that is revealed towards the
    • different aspect — the brain remodels itself, organizes
    • female organism shows in a striking manner how the monthly
    • in the human organism which we can study better if we turn
    • miniature the organic processes to which we have just
    • organization plays a part. The remembering itself is no doubt
    • the female organism in the monthly periods (it occurs in the
    • male organism too, only it is less evident; it can be
    • observed more in the etheric organism and this is not usually
    • soul-occurrence arising out of the physical organism, is
    • female organism, only is in miniature and is more drawn into
    • drawn into the body and has become organic.
    • what appears in the female organism, as a memory of an
    • earlier cosmic connection of the human organism with the
    • activity in the human organism, more on the psychological
    • originally to the Moon. For the organic periodicity of which
    • female body with respect to what the female organism
    • 28-year period, organizing us from outside even as the female
    • human being is organized inwardly. (In her it is more obvious
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • indeterminate realm of the whole maternal organism. This
    • forces of the whole organism, which was more the point of
    • way in the purely sexual organs. You will see when you study
    • the germ cell from the maternal organism. You come into a
    • organism.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • the human organism; and how again we must recognize the
    • organism is derivable from these three.
    • essential to see that all phenomena in the organic realm
    • too are metabolic. The actual organic functions which
    • if we examine the organic functions here.
    • direction, — from the bodily organism outward.
    • ‘fertilized’ by the organism and we get the
    • threefold human nature, organized now in one way, now in
    • influences the organism in a certain way; namely, in
    • the organs work, to bring about what we may call
    • the human organism; it is comparatively easy to understand
    • which extends its gulfs, as it were, in our sense organs
    • which may be looked upon as an inner organic imagining of
    • Moon-events, namely the processes in the female organism. In
    • the female organism there is something like an alternation of
    • inner organic process, we cannot but compare it with this
    • inner organic process and leads it over into the realm of
    • inner organic process. But in what happens after
    • for which man, as rhythmic man, became a real organ of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • organism, — to pain free use and manipulation of his
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • sense-perception. Even the structure of our sense-organs
    • it. The processes in which we live by virtue of these organs
    • are not a little detached from the rest of the bodily organic
    • The relative detachment of the sense-organs enables us
    • most characteristic organs of sense are precisely the part of
    • organization of the body. Our inner life of ideation on the
    • deeper and deeper into the bodily organic life.
    • eye, one of the organs giving us impressions of the outer
    • our sense-organs — and what our inner faculty of
    • organic life of the human being as a whole had not yet taken
    • organic life. Since the last Ice-Age man's organic life has
    • Darwinians would do for living organisms, so they began to
    • to man's organization in its totality. For, to begin with, it
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • the whole organization of man can be seen in relation to
    • being formed in a more inward region of our bodily organic
    • periodicity of woman's organic functions of which we spoke
    • images. The whole way we are organized in this respect,
    • the Lunar phases. Nevertheless, in our head-organization to
    • to it with the darker. Individuals are organized in one way
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • who is studying the human organism, there is something which
    • certain relationships exist between the organisation of the
    • head and the rest of the human organisation, for example
    • the human being — in all the organs of metabolism
    • instance, and in the rest of the human organism. It is a
    • rest of the human organism and you will have to realise that
    • in the head there is a connection with the remaining organism
    • essential to approach the human organism with thoughts which
    • extraordinarily rich in its results. The human organisation
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • impossible to explain the phenomena relating to the organism
    • from out of the organism itself, or from connections which do
    • within the human organism will appear, when truly recognised
    • of bone in the human organism (not the animal, but the human
    • organism), most widely separated from the point of view of
    • must however be extended to the entire human organism. In one
    • all the human organs we must distinguish between two opposing
    • posture of the human organism, perpendicular to the surface
    • surface has in regard to the skull organisation. This,
    • inside your own organism and experiencing of the outer world
    • depend upon your bodily organisation, that you do not become
    • is formative in our organisation, in a much more real way
    • what we bear in our head organisation and for what unites to
    • prejudiced observer — that with our human organisation
    • organisation, we are organised from the celestial sphere;
    • must also be organised from the celestial sphere in some way.
    • within ourselves, to that part of our organisation which
    • organised only for the picture to what is organised for the
    • organisation for the understanding of this outer reality. We
    • to understand this outer reality is organised physically by
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • with) — the contrast between the organisation of the
    • liver, your heart, even your sense-organs to begin with you
    • account that in man's organized (if I may so express it)
    • organisation of man such an open Lemniscate; we should be
    • head-organisation, the farther you go upward, the more will
    • the contrast above all of the nerves-and-senses organisation
    • above all. Then take the animal organisation with its
    • us little if we tried applying it to organic forms. Only by
    • being subject to an organic and inherent variation, as
    • possible, mathematically to penetrate what is organic. You
    • — lead to an understanding of inorganic Nature.
    • mathematical understanding of organic Nature. This
    • inorganic Nature to organic, as regards shape and form at
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • recognise these formative principles in the human organism,
    • the entire human being, not only the human organ of
    • inanimate and at long last from inorganic or mineral? To this
    • ultimately from the Inorganic, even where they culminate in
    • to detect, in the organic principles of plant form and
    • taken as a whole, in the organic life, reveals an evident
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • is an organic relationship between these diverse facts. But
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • experience, the bodily organic feelings of being immersed in
    • one with it, one organism all together , an organic whole. In
    • the other hand the organic forms in which you can well
    • organisation is related to the structure of the cosmic
    • it to this that his organisation is withheld from becoming
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • lectures. The human head-organization, we may truly say,
    • goes with it in the organization three independent systems
    • dealing with organic Nature, we can try to form ideas upon
    • it, it will of course be difficult. Such organs as are met
    • them at all clearly the metamorphosis of those organs which
    • opposite poles in man's organization. But we must not think
    • middle member of man's organization. This will be all that
    • morphological understanding of the entire human organism. Of
    • some organ in the metabolic system — the liver for example —
    • or any one of the organs mainly assigned to the metabolism.
    • Suppose then we begin with such an organ and seek what
    • answers to it in the head. We try to find which of the organs
    • recognise the organ when entirely transformed, de-formed;
    • begin with, simply the head-organization and the metabolic
    • organization of man. To pass from one to the other you must
    • mere relationship of form — as between any organ in the head
    • of man and the corresponding organ in the metabolism. To find
    • to the forms of organs or of complexes of organs in the
    • passing impression): If this be so, the human organization is
    • something in the human organization which falls right out of
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • head-nature and in the organization of the metabolism and the
    • human organization during the embryonal life it then
    • organization. The metabolic transformation must also be
    • organism carry out a certain process without our doing
    • it leads has its significance within the bodily organization
    • of, by our own head-organisation when we are asleep.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • been saying. The forms of our inner organisation, in the
    • in the organic deposition of carbon, is so to speak
    • the harmony there is between the organisation of Man and the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • the whole bodily organization of man. Every time you touch

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