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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • written by this physician and scientist named SCHLEICH, who was
    • the same thing and also refused to amputate his arm. Schleich was
    • this case, Schleich remarks: Death caused by radical
    • influence showing, according to Schleich, that death set in as a
    • Schleich mentions
    • objection must be raised in regard to Schleich and his case of
    • Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about his sudden
    • actions were determined by this. In that case Schleich simply
    • Schleich supposes, to the effect that a conscious thought
    • process which Professor Schleich designates as death through
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • scientist named Schleich, who was personally well known to me,
    • his arm. Schleich was nevertheless nervous, for he was
    • connection with this case, Schleich remarks: Death caused by
    • bodily processes, an influence showing, according to Schleich,
    • Schleich mentions many other cases, less marked and radical, in
    • following objection must be raised in regard to Schleich and
    • the case of Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about
    • this. In that case Schleich simply mistakes cause and effect,
    • there is no auto-suggestion, as Schleich supposes, to the
    • Schleich designates as death through autosuggestion was



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