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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • A Lecture given
    • This is the 1st of 15 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • mind and spirit can give explanations other than the atomic
    • so utterly given up to the bodily activities that it lives in
    • existence for a short time. The lectures given here [
    • Dr. Steiner is referring to a number of lectures given by various
    • The greatest sin of materialism is that it gives us no knowledge
    • give utterance to abstract theories — man consists of such and
    • life and social health — for only then will they give rise to a
    • will never give a materialistic interpretation of the old saying,
    • the sense in which Spiritual Sciencecan enter and give direction to
    • Let me here give just one
    • This can give rise to an active co-operation for the preservation of
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • medical conference, because I think the stimulus given by
    • however, are given at the special request of our doctors here,
    • training given in our lower schools — not to speak of
    • This is why I must ask you today to forgive these somewhat
    • seemingly trivial example I have given as a comparison. At the
    • modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, knowledge of
    • sense-oriented factual knowledge. They give knowledge of a
    • in philosophy have been given Chairs of Philosophy. Current
    • in the super-sensible world? If I attempted to give you a
    • In the brain, nature itself has given us as a real Imagination,
    • have to admit that little account is given to the fact that he
    • are approached in the ways of which I have given only hints
    • the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it is founded
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • at our disposal, it is only possible, of course, for me to give
    • can give us insight into the human being. And now, bearing in
    • self-contained system. In the same sense I give the name astral
    • short time at our disposal I can only give you certain ultimate
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • can be observed in any given life period of the human being by
    • are given the wrong kind of gymnastics or are allowed to move
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms
    • at puberty — a portion of the metabolism is given over to
    • ear. (Forgive this very sketchy way of hinting at the facts. I
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • other words, if in a given case there is an irregularity in
    • this nerve-sense system. Forgive me for saying this — I
    • that any given function that can be demonstrated by
    • system is there to give the organism its forms, both inwardly
    • do with the life of soul; it is the shaper, the form-giver of
    • magical names given to illnesses merely serve the purpose of
    • if we give temporary help to the organism, in most cases it
    • to give support to this specific nerve-sense activity, we can
    • This gives rise
    • able to give you certain hints as to method here, but you will
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • composition of the forces of nature, nature in turn is given the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • being — about which many lectures could be given to describe it in
    • in the birch leaves into remedies. We can then give these remedies to
    • I will give you a few more examples, to show you how intuitively
    • alba, and this evening I will give some further indications, but in
    • twenty lectures given to physicians in Dornach, 1920.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • gives the earthly evolution of the human being its full meaning. We
    • to whom they give birth will contract hemophilia. This means that
    • twenty lectures given to physicians in Dornach, 1920.
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • Conference, because I think the stimulus given by anthroposophical
    • lectures, however, are given at the request of doctors who are
    • lack what modern science has been able to give us, for the simple
    • and soul, has disappeared and given place to the sharp contours of
    • into modern culture, equipped with the kind of training given in our
    • ask you to-day to forgive certain pedantic ideas.
    • example I have given. At the very outset of our studies I ask you not
    • these three modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, an
    • and so certain scientists who dabble in philosophy have been given
    • entirely in the super-sensible world? If I were to attempt to give you
    • expresses the life of soul. In the brain, Nature has given us as a
    • the ways of which I have to-day given only preliminary hints. I will
    • observation but on the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • the few days at our disposal, it is of course possible for me to give
    • knowledge can give us insight into the being of man. And now, bearing
    • because the presence of an organised astral nature gives it definite,
    • self-contained and complete in itself. In the same sense I give the
    • of the short time at our disposal I can only give you certain
    • excretions of uric acid and urea will give definite evidence that the
    • want you now to follow me in a brief line of thought. I give it
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will show
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • any given life-period of man by studying the relation of all that
    • round off the forms and give them their surfaces. Both components
    • if, for example, we give the proper kind of food. But if, as a result
    • limb-organisation. If children are given the wrong kind of drilling
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms of
    • happens at puberty — some of the metabolic activities are given
    • forgive this very sketchy way of hinting at the facts. I cannot
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • the organism that will give rise to a process more foreign to this
    • words: If in a given case there is irregularity in what is going on
    • really talks nonsense about the nerves and senses. Forgive me for
    • observation of the human organism reveals that any given function
    • give the organism its forms, both inwardly and outwardly. To begin
    • is the moulder, the form-giver of the human organism, inwardly and
    • names given to illnesses merely serve the purpose of conventional
    • if we give temporary help to the organism it will usually begin to
    • simply be forced through in an untransformed state. This gives
    • it ought to give them when it enters their domain. The formative
    • but with the pans themselves. We can give support, for instance, to
    • gives rise to highly complicated forms of disease. On the one hand
    • have been able only to give you certain hints as to method, but you
    • the whole world. I have given only a tiny fragment, but it indicates



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