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- Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
- not inform themselves intimately with what concerns the central nerve
- differences, for instance, in the way the nerves behave. Yet we must
- behaviour of our nerves was the absolute and only authority for the
- behaviour of the nerves is an activity of substance. This we most
- nerves, and we do so in the most varied way, especially through our
- everything connected with the nerves and the brain is intimately
- Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VI
- “motor” and “sensory nerves” are pure
- nonsense. There are no “motor nerves.” There are only
- nerves of perception. Nerves that control movements are also nerves
- means of the nerves, but by the Astral body, and indeed by
- “motor-nerves” as they are wrongly called, so that we may
- to the fantastic idea that muscles are moved through motory nerves,
- Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Seven: The Higher Members of Man's Constitution
- differences in the action of the nerves. But it must be
- the behaviour of the nerves were decisive for the soul we
- the nerves is a material effect. But we are certainly not
- be brought to bear on the action of the nerves. The reason,
- with the nerves, for instance the brain, is intimately
- Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eight: Laws of Rhythm in the Domain of Soul-and-Spirit.
- nerves is nonsense. Motor nerves, as they are called, simply
- do not exist; there are only sensory nerves. The so-called
- motor nerves are sensory nerves, but their function is to
- not set in motion by the nerves but by the astral body —
- ‘motor’ nerves, as they are wrongly called, in
- ‘motor’ nerves but will recognise that they are
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