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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • which the tiny child acts, plays, walks — all this is to-day
    • it also has its bodily aspect. Faulty education of the child
    • instance, measure the consequences of allowing our children to sit in
    • whether the child at school breathes in the right way and
    • supposed to instruct the child. We need something that makes the
    • teacher realise what it means if he helps the child to speak
    • allows the child to catch its breath after only half a sentence or
    • able to educate children on the basis of a conception of the world
    • making men and women out of the children who are being educated
    • healthy in later life because, in childhood, they were helped to
    • that teaches and instructs the children in a way conducive to real
    • people that they must not send children with scarlatina to school,
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • development of medicine as if its ideas were merely childish,
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • that the suckling baby receives from the mother. The child
    • — certain childhood illnesses, for example — in
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • that appear in the child are an expression of what is taking
    • say that in the child's second teeth there is an upward thrust
    • of teeth, everything proceeds from, the child's nerve-sense
    • child's organization as follows: the astral nature radiates
    • we to think of the astral organization in the child? We must
    • child? The workings of the liver-gall system are also radiated
    • are the key to the processes of childhood. If you want to study
    • the most typical childhood diseases, you may divide them into
    • the child's organism that are diseases of the metabolism,
    • we get, for example, that strange disease in children that
    • children's diseases that may be described as diseases of the
    • the individuality of the child and that the hygienic conditions
    • are such that the child is properly adapted to its environment
    • Childhood
    • diseases of the child's organism only by directing our
    • metabolism in the child must be shaped so that it is brought
    • aware that despite the fact that everything in the child
    • be regulated from outside. The health of school children of
    • Metabolism is connected with the limb organization. If children
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • process in very early childhood, and the adaptation of the soul
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • What is active in the human physical-etheric during the childhood
    • nature; we see it creating within our own organism. Thus if a child
    • nature but rather about what goes on within him, if the child were
    • child would simply saturate himself with the creating forces, would become
    • childhood and extended it by saying, as it were: all this knowing in
    • as a child, one would have to say that to know actually means to
    • certain childlike quality in later life. Those people who age no
    • into later life something of a positive, creative-childlike element who
    • bear the quality of genius. It is this childlike element, this
    • period of childhood do not completely cease being active with the
    • period of childhood. You can see from this, however, that in normal
    • the first period of childhood were held back due to some process;
    • We can then compare this with childhood illnesses, for obviously
    • childhood illnesses cannot have the same origin, because they appear
    • the origin of illnesses in childhood. One finds the same thing, in a
    • childhood illnesses arise. To an individual who has acquired the
    • in childhood. With these he can see in the child's organism how the
    • period of life points in this way back to earliest childhood, this
    • indicates ultimately that what reveals itself in childhood points back
    • clothed with a physical body. A person suffering from childhood
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • within the human being, as can occur particularly in early childhood,
    • process if it has begun in children. Phosphorus in small quantities,
    • get hemophilia through heredity, but if they have children, the males
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • medicine as if its ideas were merely childish, compared with those
    • by no means so childish as many people imagine nowadays, they did
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • certain diseases of children you will find, for instance, that a
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • second teeth which appear in the child are an expression of what is
    • the child's second teeth there is an upward thrust of the
    • out from the child's organisation of nerves and senses to the
    • downwards. Thus we have to conceive of the child's organisation
    • then, are we to think of the astral organisation of the child? We
    • the head system. What of the Ego-organisation in the child? The
    • really are the key to the processes of childhood. If you want to
    • study the most typical diseases of children, you may divide
    • is in order, then we find all those organic diseases of childhood
    • we get, for example, that strange disease in children which leads to
    • the formation of a kind of purulent blood. All other children's
    • itself to the individuality of the child, and the hygienic conditions
    • are such that the child lives healthily in its environment —
    • of children, therefore, arise from two opposite sides. But it is
    • always true that we can understand these diseases of the child's
    • of nerves and senses. The metabolic processes in the child must not
    • the child everything radiates from the head organisation, it is none
    • school-children of this age is very dependent on hygienic and
    • limb-organisation. If children are given the wrong kind of drilling
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms of
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • childhood, and the adaptation of the soul-life to these formative



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