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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • in the form of disease, nor to support the modern superstitions that
    • bacilli and bacteria cause the different diseases. We need not
    • diseases and so-called psychical or mental diseases. The concrete
    • diseased body and an apparently diseased soul, suffer from the
    • the influence of some disease, all that Nature reveals to us in the
    • in health and disease that are accessible to ordinary human
    • health and disease in our fellow-men would have in social life. Think
    • and to their sufferings and limitations when the elements of disease
    • concerned in developing a knowledge of man in health and disease, and
    • heal when disease has reached a point where men realise they
    • are faced with all the physical diseases. They are investigated by
    • psychical or mental diseases. As a result of materialistic thinking
    • these are considered to be diseases of the brain or nervous system,
    • are unable to connect these diseases of the Spirit and soul in a
    • disease has its source in disturbances of the organs, in
    • mental or psychical disease is always the result of some irregularity
    • deterioration or irregularity of the heart, the cause of a diseased
    • organs, with a diseased instead of a healthy liver, for example.
    • psychical disease is invariably connected with some organic
    • mental or spiritual diseases therapy must proceed to administer a
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • health and disease can be enriched and deepened through the
    • compassion. A sort of participation in the patient's disease,
    • of man, of the being of man in health and disease, and then it
    • practical experience of the processes of health and disease and
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • disease, things not otherwise appreciated in their full
    • understanding the human being in health and disease. Here we
    • the measure of health and disease in the human organism. What
    • human being to disease ceases to a great extent. The system of
    • disease. In his inner being, the human being is in the
    • the most typical childhood diseases, you may divide them into
    • organization is in order, then we find all those diseases in
    • 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
    • system and the kidney system, diseases accompanied by
    • diseases, therefore, arise from two opposite sides.
    • diseases of the child's organism only by directing our
    • wrongly with the causes of disease that make their appearance
    • wrongly, outer causes of disease are cultivated. Education
    • afterward, the opposite is the case. Causes of disease may then
    • attention to certain typical diseases of the female sex; actual
    • metabolic diseases arise from within the human being after
    • In childhood diseases before the change of teeth there is an
    • diseases common to childhood.
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • organism in its states of health and disease — or, to say
    • called functional diseases, nervous disorders and so on. There
    • copper. If we determine the form of the disease of the human
    • whole domain of diseases of metabolism, from very mild cases to
    • to highly complicated forms of disease. On the one hand the
    • material. When this happens, certain metabolic diseases arise
    • disease it is very important to bring influence to bear on the
    • metabolic diseases if we apply sulfur treatments either
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • diseased organism, what can we look for except natural processes also
    • investigation of diseases, especially from the viewpoint of a
    • the other hand the diseased human being. By necessity we must
    • extreme case within the diseased human organism, one that presents
    • force in an organ, and we would then be dealing with the disease of an
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • healthy condition as for the diseased condition.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • diseases of the spirit as opposed to those of the body. As Steiner
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • processes, into his processes of health and disease, which are
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • being in health and disease can be enriched and deepened through
    • fellow-men. A sort of participation in the patient's disease,
    • at a conception of man, of the being of man in health and disease,
    • of health and disease and have realised that current conceptions and
  • 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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    • and disease. And here we shall do best to start from a consideration
    • expression of the measure of health and disease in the organism. Now,
    • second teeth appear, the inner tendency of the human being to disease
    • disease. In his inner being, man is in the healthiest state during
    • study the most typical diseases of children, you may divide
    • is in order, then we find all those organic diseases of childhood
    • which are diseases of the metabolism, arising from a kind of
    • we get, for example, that strange disease in children which leads to
    • diseases which may be described as diseases of the metabolism arise
    • from liver, gall and kidneys, diseases accompanied by fits or
    • Diseases
    • always true that we can understand these diseases of the child's
    • may have dealt wrongly with the tendencies to disease which make
    • or are allowed to move wrongly, outer causes of disease are set up.
    • puberty and afterwards, the opposite holds good. Causes of disease
    • to certain typical diseases of women; metabolic diseases proper arise
    • In diseases of children before the change of teeth there is a
    • diseases common to childhood.
    • is a specific remedy for certain sexual diseases, externally
    • acquired, is connected with this. Sexual diseases are really nothing
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • human organism in health and in disease — or rather in its
    • we start from this and turn to consider illness and disease, we shall
    • from his innate tendency to disease. I will describe it to you, to
    • diseases, nerve-troubles and the like, as they are often called.
    • copper. If the form of disease makes us sure of our ground, highly
    • diseases of metabolism, from the very mild to the most severe
    • gives rise to highly complicated forms of disease. On the one hand
    • certain metabolic diseases which are so highly resistant to
    • plastic forces. In this type of disease it is of great importance to
    • them, we may also succeed in getting the better of these diseases of



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