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- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
- study first the bony system. We begin, do we not, with the skeleton,
- much sense in that, for the skeleton has been formed and built out of
- the fluids in the human organism. The skeleton was not there first! It
- learn the various parts of the skeleton arms, hands, bones of
- animal's body. Take the skeleton of a mammal. You have the bones of
- strong influence upon one part of the animal: the skeleton develops,
- of the skeleton. We can even indicate a definite point in the spine
- direction of the skeleton from behind forwards, we must pass from Moon
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