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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • They were published in German as:
    • the evolution of human history, of the sinister or incipiently
    • suffers from the basic evil inherent in so many spheres of our mental
    • the human being himself. Human beings are treated just as if
    • there were one generality — “Man.” No attention is
    • paid to the personal and distinctive qualities of individual human
    • sentiments playing between man and man. This lack of social
    • prone than many others to be the subject of sociological study,
    • human being alone but the whole of society.
    • word, it is the trust reposed by man in a
    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • that is demanded in the sphere of hygiene. In short, this
    • health side by side with the democratic demand that affairs of public
    • interest concerning every mature man and woman shall be arbitrated by
    • superstitions of devils and demons passing in and out of human beings
    • verbally or mentally a man is convinced that there is
    • distinctions which are so often emphasised to-day between man's
    • distinctions and relations between such facts of human life as a
    • world-conception of so many modern men, and that far from being
    • but the outer manifestation, the outer revelation of active spiritual
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • first of all, that an understanding of the human being in both
    • humanity. I have no wish to waste words about the value of
    • traditionally in the course of human history. In order to make
    • conceptions arose in human thought at a time when there was no
    • anthroposophy about the most varied branches of human knowledge
    • that in those earlier times man had a non-scientific (in our
    • of the human being that did not originate, as is the case
    • man on which medical thought, too, was based. Permeating these
    • conceptions of the form of the human being, the form of his
    • organs and of human functions, were thoughts about the
    • super-sensible with the nature and constitution of the human
    • much a part of human nature as colors, forms, and inorganic
    • historical evolution of humanity, who does not take the point
    • science has accomplished for humanity in this age. And when
    • of considering the human being in sickness and health wishes to
    • foolish as many people believe nowadays, they did lack what we
    • man's faculty of cognition was not then adapted to see objects
    • different way from the way modern man sees. In the times that
    • of the human organism, in the black and yellow gall, in the
    • human being sees today.
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • — with a discussion of the various functions in the human
    • it. I would then discuss everything connected with the human
    • arranged in the human organism, a vista that would be needed in
    • many respects, but its goal still lies ahead.
    • can give us insight into the human being. And now, bearing in
    • that the human being, as he stands before us in the physical
    • this ego system, the human being is able to develop that inner
    • fact that the human being can unify his inner experience in an
    • the fact that during his earthly evolution the human being has
    • development of the human being receives a certain impetus at
    • between the human being and the animal.
    • objection has been made by many people, especially from the
    • side of philosophy. We take the functions of the human organism
    • man's physical organization, this encompasses everything in the
    • human organism that can be dealt with by the same methods we
    • physical organization of the human being.
    • human etheric organization, however, which is incorporated into
    • think of the etheric organization of the human being as
    • whole is involved in the fluid nature within the human
    • itself to what is solid in the human organization, to the solid
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • As we begin to view the human organism
    • indicate only very briefly, many things become terribly
    • important concerning judgment of the human being in health and
    • physical being of man. Yet a proper assessment of this
    • threefold nature of the physical human being is of the greatest
    • with this threefold nature of the physical human being, the
    • over the entire human being. The nervous and sensory functions
    • of the skin, and also those within the human organization, must
    • conception of the modes of activity in the human organism
    • system in the human being, the rhythmic system, includes in the
    • human being, although these can be disrupted in many ways; I am
    • constantly disrupted by the human being, but the consequences
    • member of the human organization, then, we have the rhythmic
    • human being, and, as a third member, the metabolic organism, in
    • this threefold nature of the human being, we find that the
    • metabolic human being in so far as the metabolic human being
    • extends over the whole being of man. The rhythmic human being
    • are related to the astral organization of the human being. In
    • short, in his threefold physical nature the human being is
    • understanding the human being in health and disease. Here we
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • The human
    • processes within the human organism are different from those
    • that everything the human being takes into his digestive tract
    • through so that man can further enliven it. The process of
    • vitalization, the enlivening, must be an activity of the human
    • being himself; indeed the human organism could not exist
    • within the human being. When we speak of a process of
    • vitalization along the path taken by human nourishment through
    • opposite process from that which occurs in the human
    • what unfolds in the human organism as a tendency to call forth
    • nourishment in the human being without prejudice, therefore, we
    • must admit that all food introduced into the human organism is
    • in ordinary digestion by introducing something to the human
    • understanding of the human organism is necessary before we can
    • human organism as a remedy — the iron in the blood. The
    • human organism — above all, for the iron bearing blood
    • feeling, indeed for the whole life of the human organism. In
    • etheric organism to the astral organism of the human being is
    • everything that is taken up in the human being in the
    • organisms of the human being.
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • therapy. Many of my listeners, however, are well aware of what short
    • comprehend natural processes in the human being. Then when the
    • healthy human being we must obviously search for the necessary causal
    • presupposition. In the ill human being, however, or, let us say, in the
    • This paradox led to skepticism among many physicians, especially to the
    • alone cannot satisfy certain demands of human feeling; it is also unable
    • to illuminate vast areas of human knowing.
    • simply a demand of the time.
    • chemistry free of hypotheses. I am quite sure that in many of the things
    • see before us on the one hand the so-called normal human being and on
    • the other hand the diseased human being. By necessity we must
    • think of the existence, of the demand, of an absolute necessity. What one
    • extreme case within the diseased human organism, one that presents
    • bodily aspect of the human organism; this seems to ascend from
    • see how something can arise that takes a normal activity in the human
    • we consider a human organism as abnormal. I do not want to dwell
    • When we encounter the normal human organization, we see that in the
    • longer have the slightest idea what to do with it. If the human organism
    • through feeling. Such a human organism would appear to be burdened
    • within the thought realm by what we call the manic conditions. In such a
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • soul-spiritual with the physical-bodily existence of the human being.
    • with many well-trained physicians, for this question of how much
    • human being out of this principle. I quoted Schelling's own words,
    • one seriously believes himself capable, as an earthly human being in
    • fundamentally to do with an absurdity that a man of genius laid at the
    • simply a man of genius, could arrive at the first sentence out of his
    • importance in the human organization, something as important for the
    • mental images is basically nothing but what emancipates itself from
    • the human being therefore has within the physical-etheric organism
    • What is active in the human physical-etheric during the childhood
    • human development, this organizing force, this growth force, must be
    • forces in the human organism[,] that should actually enter the
    • of the soul-spiritual force of organization in the human organism when
    • illness of the human organism during later life, one that goes in the
    • back to the soul-spiritual existence of the human being before he was
    • soul-spiritual from his prehuman, pre-earthly life; this excess then
    • parenthetically that many who call themselves spiritual investigators
    • of a person's life, to what kills the human being. You need only hold
    • destruction in the human organism. When we look into the creative age
    • of the human organism, as it were (see drawing a), into which the
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • For the future development of humanity, it
    • humanity. I needed to make these introductory remarks today so that
    • soul-spiritual stands within the human process of organization; this
    • organism are abandoned, not to processes taken hold of by the human
    • of the nature of the human being that has been presented here
    • today: this is the view of the threefold nature of the human organism.
    • constitution of the human organism must not be understood merely
    • the system of functions in the human organism (for we are concerned
    • extends over the entire human being so that in a certain sense the
    • whole human being is head. The same is true for the other systems. It
    • constitution of the human being is functional, and not defined by
    • When an individual really understands this constitution of the human
    • being — about which many lectures could be given to describe it in
    • If we thus wish to encompass the entire nature of the human being, we
    • activity of the human being has as its basis — one cannot even say as
    • will become clear that man's feeling is not connected in a primary way
    • Thus you can see that in the human organism we have three different
    • processes are mediated for the human being in the metabolic-limb
    • All individual functions in the human being definitely interact with
    • so-called blood circulation of the heart, in the aeration of the human
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • nature of medicine so that a kind of social influence can emanate from
    • the human organism consists of the nerve-sense system — the head
    • be verified in detail) that because the two systems of the human
    • organization of human nature, we can see in the phenomenon I have just
    • described the development of a serious human illness, namely, typhus
    • abdominalis. The manifestations of typhus may certainly be studied
    • human organization only if one is able to penetrate the human being in
    • attempting not only to penetrate what goes on in human nature but at
    • be introduced into the human organism by administering the appropriate
    • opposite sense to what strives downward in the human being, substances
    • improperly among the three systems of the human organism.
    • about the plant world and its connection with the human being can be
    • must first gain certain anthroposophical understandings of the human
    • the human being. As we will have been able to discern through the
    • this is the case, the human being is organized in the normal way, as
    • Everything that is soul-spiritual in the human being, however, as well
    • we study the human being we must direct our gaze not merely to what
    • builds up, through the human blood system, something like a
    • human being, by administering to someone a powerful dose of
    • manifest secret, if one follows the appropriate path.) It is possible
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • endeavour to show, first of all, that an understanding of the human
    • arisen traditionally in the course of human history. In order to make
    • earlier times. Those earlier conceptions arose in human thought at a
    • domains of human knowledge and capacity.
    • those earlier times man had a real but non-scientific conception of
    • conceptions of the human being that did not originate, as is the case
    • man on which medical thought, too, was based. Permeating these
    • conceptions of the form of man, of his organs and organic functions,
    • super-sensible with the nature and constitution of man, but in those
    • older conceptions the super-sensible was as much a part of man as
    • slightest understanding of the historical evolution of mankind, who
    • achieved. On the other hand, a man concerned with any branch of
    • accomplished for humanity in this age. And when — to use the
    • Goethean expression — a spiritual conception of the human being
    • by no means so childish as many people imagine nowadays, they did
    • reason that man's faculty of cognition was not then adapted to
    • the outlook of modern man. In the ages that really came to an end
    • Galen saw in his four elements of the human organism, in the black
    • many things that are brought to light to-day by our scientific
    • consciousness. Suppose, for example, a man with not so very abnormal
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • various functions in the organism of man. I should feel bound to
    • study would gradually open up a vista of the human organism, leading
    • preliminary work is excellent in many respects, but its goal still
    • knowledge can give us insight into the being of man. And now, bearing
    • that man, as he stands before us in the physical world, consists of a
    • inner experiences are focused and unified, man is able to unfold that
    • Ego is really the focus whence the whole organic activity of man
    • of the Ego is the fact that during earthly life the relation of man
    • the human being receives a certain stimulus at puberty. So that even
    • account — there is already a difference here between the human
    • we speak of the physical organisation of man, this includes
    • physical organisation of man. In regard to the etheric
    • laboratory. Whatever we may think of the etheric organisation of man
    • everything of a fluid, watery nature in the human organism.
    • aggregations of matter. We understand the organism of man aright only
    • of outer Nature. This is the sense in which we say that man has an
    • of man is likewise permeated with life. But this is the same as
    • saying: Man has an etheric body. We must think of everything solid as
    • inorganic world to the solid parts of man's being, whereas we
    • man — as living, but of the fluid nature in its totality as
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • we begin more and more to view the human organism in the way which I
    • have unfortunately been able to indicate only very briefly, many
    • the threefold organisation of the physical being of man. Yet a
    • threefold organisation of physical man, the system of nerves and
    • life of man, although he can break through it in many ways — I
    • like. These latter rhythms are constantly broken by man, but the
    • member of the human organisation, then, we have the rhythmic system;
    • we consider this threefold nature of man, we find that the
    • human being. In short, in his threefold physical nature man is
    • are to prove of practical value for an understanding of man in health
    • of the rhythmic being of man.
    • that which reveals itself in the rhythmic man as a ratio of four to
    • metabolism in man take their course four times more quickly than
    • the human being.
    • man. In other words, the third member works into the second, and this
    • breath. In the rhythmic being of man we can perceive the ratio of
    • being of man represents the contact between the system of nerves and
    • any given life-period of man by studying the relation of all that
    • in the period when the human being reaches puberty, a new contact
    • embrace the radiations in the human organism which originate in the
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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
    • here we must always take account of the fact that the human organism
    • everything man takes into himself from the plant world, for
    • must be an activity of the human being himself; indeed, the human
    • organism of man. When we speak of a process of vitalisation along the
    • essential to realise what it is that we are bringing into the human
    • the opposite process from that which occurs in the organism of man.
    • which unfolds in the human organism as a tendency to generate this or
    • study the process of nourishment in man, we must admit that
    • very profound understanding of the human organism is necessary before
    • human organism — the iron in the blood. The iron in the
    • blood unceasingly plays the role of a remedial agent, protecting man
    • same thing holds good for much else in the human organism —
    • etheric to the astral organism of man is bound up with the
    • parts of man.
    • the human organism? It indicates the presence of aeriform
    • which works, of course, in the gaseous being of man — and they
    • observation of the human organism reveals that any given function
    • spiritual. The whole human organism is the material reflection
    • physical-organic nature of man is by no means so simple in the
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