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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • have knowledge of the kind I have described, the doctor will be a
    • by all kinds of physical methods, then it will of itself be the
    • grips with these so-called mental and psychical diseases by the kinds
    • in effect, this kind of illness arises from the fact that the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • first lecture to be a kind of introduction to the series I am
    • of the matters in question — and this is the kind of
    • in ancient times. Healings were performed out of a kind of
    • civilization, when we grow up equipped with the kind of
    • visible to him, a world encompassing a kind of spiritual cosmos
    • is possible to found a kind of spiritualized medicine.”
    • This is just the kind of thing many people do, but it leads
    • never arise, a person is living in a kind of scientific fog.
    • nineteenth century a kind of axiom was put forward by nearly
    • conceptual life. Something of the kind strikes us forcibly when
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • organism. I would feel bound to begin with a kind of
    • because some kind of terminology is necessary. By virtue of
    • itself. We simply extend the kind of observation that is
    • the various kinds of excretions.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • arising from a kind of damming-up against the nerve-sense
    • leads to the formation of a kind of purulent blood. All other
    • are given the wrong kind of gymnastics or are allowed to move
    • kind of curriculum. Yes — but, you see, the question is
    • change of teeth. For illnesses of the kind that are acquired
    • between the change of teeth and puberty are of this kind
    • this kind we have to see the origin of tumorous formations. In
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • beginning of a kind of poisoning. We must be clear, then, that
    • some kind of divine ordinance in order to form the basis for
    • inwardly a complex of symptoms of this kind, looking at it with
    • ourselves: how can we influence irregularities of this kind? If
    • a kind of photographic apparatus. In saying this I only wish to
    • kind of human phantom. Something like a phantom is there before
    • the activity. We obtain a kind of balance, and in many cases we
    • kind that would offer a bridge between spiritual science and
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • shrift therapy receives in this kind of study of medicine. Through its
    • skepticism that I have described here previously, a kind of nihilism in
    • This materialism nevertheless had a kind of mission, you could say. It
    • soul realm there develops a definite kind of willing, a definite kind of
    • feeling, a definite kind of thinking. In social interchange we have
    • gradually become accustomed to crystallizing a kind of normal picture,
    • from a viewpoint reaching its understanding instead from a kind of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • kinds of therapeutic treatments. I do not know whether this resulted
    • good if this became a kind of inner principle for every physician,
    • which show a kind of daring. He simply said, “To know nature means to
    • instinct. When a person pursues the kind of spiritual investigation
    • occurring consciously we do not have to do with any kind of growth
    • there is some kind of excessive organization in a particular organ. In
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • encouraging any kind of quackery. Within our anthroposophically
    • precisely with a threefolding of the physical-bodily being: a kind of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • nature of medicine so that a kind of social influence can emanate from
    • kind of fuss, going its own way without being penetrated in the right
    • incorporate into ourselves a kind of double that works deeply in the
    • particularly in the bony system. In the bony system a kind of
    • kind of manifestation of rickets in the brain in, you could say, a
    • in the human being a kind of consciousness for this other system, for
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • want this first lecture to be a kind of introduction to the series I
    • matters in question — and this is the kind of judgment that is
    • slightest understanding of the historical evolution of mankind, who
    • thought, which is assisted, moreover, by all kinds of scientific
    • times. Healings were performed out of a kind of instinct which was
    • into modern culture, equipped with the kind of training given in our
    • and then it is possible to found a kind of spiritualised medicine. As
    • a matter of fact that is just the kind of thing many people do, but
    • man is living in a kind of fog. He himself is dimming his free
    • a kind of axiom was put forward by nearly every branch of scientific
    • ideation. Something of the kind strikes us forcibly when we read
    • research. No attack on this kind of research is implied. The only
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • an obstacle. They are used merely because some kind of terminology is
    • the albuminous cell, the cell itself. Only we widen out the kind of
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • which are diseases of the metabolism, arising from a kind of
    • the formation of a kind of purulent blood. All other children's
    • 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
    • thus ascertained, conclusions are drawn as to the right kind of
    • illnesses of the kind that come from outside — and,
    • puberty are of this kind — we obtain remedies, or at least
    • it is not a vibration but a time-structure of a living kind
    • pathological metamorphosis of this kind we have to see the
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • that process. So that when, without any kind of preconception, we
    • the result of some kind of divine ordinance to form the basis for the
    • and by studying a complex of symptoms of this kind in the light of
    • kind? The best thing, to begin with, is to realise that the magical
    • treats it merely as a kind of photographic apparatus. In saying
    • right proportions, form a kind of human phantom; something
    • kidneys. We obtain a kind of balance, and in many cases we can
    • could produce literature of a kind that would be a bridge between



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