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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • inasmuch as it is a public affair, concerning not the individual
    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • health side by side with the democratic demand that affairs of public
    • about the necessity for proper air, light, nourishment, sanitation,
    • line has been spoken, and does not see to it that all the air is used
    • become in the real sense, and to a high degree, an affair of the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • “clairvoyance,” as it is called. We must be quite
    • empirical state of affairs is exactly the same in both cases,
    • are concerned, the same state of affairs presents itself at
    • but the state of affairs determined by sense observation must
    • persistence that was enough to drive one to despair, it was
    • in philosophy have been given Chairs of Philosophy. Current
    • natural science to spout hot air about something that has been
    • the brain and its structure. The chairman of the meeting was a
    • as Herbart, the philosopher, had once done. The chairman then
    • airy, gaseous being, and a being of warmth as well.
    • Inspiration. Only through Inspiration can the airy part of the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • when we come to the airy nature of the human being, it appears
    • within the airy or gaseous organism — if I may use this
    • lawfulness that directly underlies the airy or gaseous organism
    • lawfulness would not be there in the human being if his airy
    • directly lay hold of the airy organization. This airy
    • that in the airy human being there is now an organized astral
    • organization by which this airy organization has a definite
    • organism through the warmth working upon the airy, fluid, and
    • point of attack, as it were, for the airy man, with a further
    • start from the physical organs but from the airy nature (not
    • organs — that is to say, from the airy organization that
    • in addition to this, in their underlying airy nature, they are
    • permeates the airy nature and from there works directly into
    • not think of the physical organization but of the airy
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • environment in his breathing, by inhaling the air and by means
    • this warmth-man then permeates the airy, the gaseous man. In
    • from the warmth organization and the airy, gaseous
    • diseases by studying the warmth and airy organizations in the
    • and airy organizations with preparations derived from roots and
    • from the warmth organization and the airy organization of the
    • being, from the very outset, a warmth-air vibration that is
    • organization — by the organisms of warmth and air in
    • organisms of warmth and air encountering the solid and fluid
    • themselves in the warmth and airy organisms respectively.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
    • regard such a state of affairs as a complex of symptoms. How
    • form-building and this state of affairs becomes organic —
    • themselves are already impaired, however, and have already
    • difficult. This balance is just like a very sensitive pair of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • substance out into the air, is able to work together in another way
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • instinctive ‘clairvoyance,’ as it is called. Upon that
    • empirical state of affairs is exactly the same — allowing for
    • thought. With a persistence that was enough to drive one to despair,
    • Chairs of Philosophy. Current opinion has been this: the scientists
    • science to talk hot air about something that has been observed under
    • of soul in connection with the brain and its structure. The chairman
    • He — the chairman — then said the following: ‘Here
    • airy, gaseous being, and a being of warmth as well. The solid part of
    • the pattern of Inspiration. Only through Inspiration can the airy
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • when we come to the airy nature of man, it appears that the gases in
    • postulate the existence of a law within the airy or gaseous organism
    • These astral laws would not be there in man if his airy organisation
    • fluids. It does, however, directly penetrate the airy organisation.
    • This airy organisation penetrates the solids and the fluids, but only
    • into the solids and fluids but first of all into the airy
    • indirect life in so far as the warmth works upon the airy fluid and
    • point d'appui, as it were, for the airy being, with a
    • physical organs but from the airy nature (not only the fluid
    • is to say from the airy organisation that is bound up with the solid
    • vitality), but besides this, in their underlying airy nature, they
    • radiate the astral forces which now permeate the airy nature and
    • but of the airy organisation that is bound up with it. If nitrogen
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • the air and by means of all that arises in his blood circulation as a
    • in the inner warmth of man, and that this warmth permeates the airy,
    • working primarily from the warmth organisation and the airy, gaseous
    • by studying the warmth and airy organisations in the human being. The
    • effects that appear when we work upon the warmth and airy
    • warmth organisation and the airy organisation of the human being.
    • discern in the human being, from the very outset, a warmth and air
    • embryonic existence — by the organisms of warmth and air in
    • air by virtue of the resistance of the solid and fluid organisms,
    • airy organisations respectively). Ultimately, therefore, we have
    • then a great deal which seems to have been left rather in the air
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • a state of affairs may certainly be regarded as a complex of
    • and this state of affairs becomes organic — if, therefore, the
    • organs themselves are impaired, and have already suffered from a lack
    • pair of scales. We try in every possible way to make the scales
    • affairs in the leaves of certain plants. If, for instance, we prepare
    • affairs that may arise. There may be a disturbance of the interaction



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