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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • suffers from the basic evil inherent in so many spheres of our mental
    • verbally or mentally a man is convinced that there is
    • diseases and so-called psychical or mental diseases. The concrete
    • psychical or mental diseases. As a result of materialistic thinking
    • to show in every detail how all so-called mental and psychical
    • mental or psychical disease is always the result of some irregularity
    • Spiritual Science to be afraid of showing how so-called mental or
    • mental or spiritual diseases therapy must proceed to administer a
    • mental or psychical diseases lies in the organic system of the
    • physical disease. In certain cases of mental trouble we must often
    • Science intellectually, who make mental notes — there is a
    • culture to deal with those who are suffering from so-called mental
    • grips with these so-called mental and psychical diseases by the kinds
    • and the like, but that one must approach mental disease by
    • all-essential, Spiritual knowledge recognises that so-called mental
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • question and for a very fundamental reason. When we consider
    • misunderstanding particularly regarding these fundamentals.
    • have, the more nearly will my mental image approach the reality
    • mental images unite, separate, etc., and then sketch these
    • speak of feelings as independent entities but only of mental
    • act of will — I have, first of all, the mental image.
    • the metabolic processes — encompass fundamentally every
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • fundamentally occurs during the period of life before the
    • to the change of teeth, a practical and fundamental knowledge
    • Experimental psychology — as it is called — has a
    • from outside — and, fundamentally speaking, all illnesses
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • fundamentally, simply metamorphoses of the functions that must
    • have a process of devitalization, fundamentally speaking. The
    • Fundamentally speaking, therefore, all nourishment is the
    • of fundamental importance because it shows us that the force of
    • fundamentally, from the nervous system. The kidney system rays
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • when this faculty had reached its pinnacle; they were fundamentally
    • experimental research through observation. Something like our modern
    • certainly stemming from the sequence of my mental images but not seen
    • as it were, out of the mental images that we create from our association
    • would have to do with various forms of so-called mental illness —
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • fundamentally to do with an absurdity that a man of genius laid at the
    • was probably not expressed by Schelling in such a fundamental way. In
    • the soul life permeated by thoughts, by mental images. It has been
    • mental images is basically nothing but what emancipates itself from
    • world of thoughts or mental images, in short, as a world force in
    • thoughts and mental images, a force in its creative substantiality. It
    • we have the varying forms of the so-called mental illnesses. Whereas
    • belong in the physical organism (drawing b), with the so-called mental
    • On the other hand, if we are considering the so-called mental
    • Indeed not. Particularly with the so-called mental illnesses it is
    • point of mental illness must not wade around in the soul element; he
    • case it is necessary to lead the study of so-called mental illnesses
    • material. It is certainly not so arrogant as to try to explain mental
    • illnesses abstractly by mental means; instead it leads, particularly
    • in the case of mental illness, to a material grasp of mental illness.
    • the material is deposited, as in the so-called mental illnesses.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • illness arise that we designate inaccurately as mental illnesses
    • being: in forming mental images, in feeling, and in will impulses.
    • the nerve-sense system corresponds to mentally active perception, so
    • mental images, the dull, dreamlike life of feelings is perceived and
    • system. In this way we are able to bring forth the mental images of
    • mental images, this activity is not bound up with growth and
    • mental images. You will see then that this assertion is certainly well
    • but in a living way. To do so you must enliven your own mental images.
    • organism cannot be encompassed with static, abstract mental images, as
    • must instead be grasped with mental images in movement, with mental
    • fundamentally speaking, the human being has the same form of forces in
    • commonly used English equivalent, mental illnesses.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • way by the ego, then various types of the so-called mental illnesses
    • research that has developed the fundamental principle often applied
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • fundamental reason. When we consider the medical views that were held
    • fundamentally and has nothing to do with what I actually
    • of mental conceptions coloured with feeling. And of the will,
    • processes — include, fundamentally speaking, every function in
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • fundamentally speaking, during the period of life before the coming
    • change of teeth, a practical and fundamental knowledge of the system
    • is never done in our days. Experimental psychology — as it is
    • fundamentally speaking, all illnesses between the change of teeth and
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • being, fundamentally, metamorphoses of those functions which must be
    • fundamentally speaking, a process of devitalisation. The
    • organism has utterly to transform. Fundamentally speaking, all
    • of 1,500 grammes. This is a fact of fundamental importance
    • brought about a fundamental regularisation of the blood
    • form of the whole organism is shaped, fundamentally, by the
    • image-building mental activity and the like, are simply the result of



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