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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • reverently study the marvellous structure and functions of the nerves
    • become brain or nerve specialists, we should then still be able, in
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • of the ideas that associate and not of the nerve fibers
    • connecting one nerve cell with another — if I, as a
    • human brain formed by the nerve fibers and nerve cells.
    • processes — the nerve-sense process, the rhythmic
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • relation to the entire nerve-sense apparatus — a
    • of the plants and the human nerve-sense organization and the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • nerve-sense system is to be pictured as localized mainly in the
    • nerve-sense system from the rest of the organization as a
    • nerve-sense human being. This can be verified by empirical
    • nerve-sense organization for the growth of the human being.
    • continually into contact with the nerve-sense system.
    • nerve-sense system into the rhythmic system, takes place in a
    • nerve-sense system and the circulatory system to be the
    • circulation. The nerve-sense system sends its effects into the
    • between the nerve-sense system and the metabolic system. This
    • proceeds from the head system, the nerve-sense system. This is
    • in this meeting of the metabolic system with the nerve-sense
    • between the metabolic system and the nerve-sense system, but
    • the effect of the nerve-sense system predominates. The outcome
    • of this collision between what proceeds from the nerve sense
    • occurs between the metabolic system and the nerve-sense system,
    • been a form of expression for the nerve-sense system. The
    • that therefore forms the nerve-sense system). This is an
    • nerve-sense system, rounding off the forms and shaping their
    • proceeds from the head system has the rhythm of the nerve-sense
    • subject to the nerve-sense system) only at the twenty-eighth
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • the nerve-sense system with which it is more closely related.
    • We soon find something amiss with the nerve-sense system too
    • symptoms in which the nerve-sense system is not working
    • nerve-sense system. Physiology really speaks nonsense about
    • this nerve-sense system. Forgive me for saying this — I
    • nerve-sense system as is generally imagined.
    • nerve activity that the organism does not use for formative
    • however. If we notice this separation of a part of the nerve
    • the life of will, feeling, and thought. The nerve-sense life is
    • itself, while the primary function of the nerve-sense system is
    • formative. All the organs are shaped from the nerve-sense
    • done by the nerve organs that extend from the senses toward the
    • so strongly that the formative forces of the nerve-sense
    • the astral organism. The sense organs or the nerve-sense
    • work in its own characteristic way as nerve-sense organization.
    • astral activity is lifted out of the nerve-sense organization.
    • nerve-sense organization which, as organization within the
    • to give support to this specific nerve-sense activity, we can
    • alkaline salts, which work very strongly to relieve the nerve
    • nerve-sense activity, which is thereby relieved of the astral
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • head system or nerve-sense system, a rhythmic system, and a
    • What is important here is that while the nerve-sense system is located
    • with an anthroposophical purpose about the nerve-sense system, it is
    • nerve-sense system, on the one hand, the metabolic-limb system on the
    • physically in the nerve-sense system. It is not the case, as is
    • place in the nerve-sense system. Such an opinion does not hold up
    • with the nerve-sense system but with the rhythmic system, that just as
    • the nerve-sense system corresponds to mentally active perception, so
    • interaction of the rhythmic system with the nerve-sense system, by the
    • against the nerve-sense system, is the nerve-sense system engaged as
    • metabolic system in its functions presses against the nerve-sense
    • we have the nerve-sense system and on the other side all that
    • These two systems, however, the nerve-sense system and the
    • Within everything connected with the head system or nerve-sense
    • precisely. If the breakdown process of the nerve-sense organization
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • the human organism consists of the nerve-sense system — the head
    • completely necessary breakdown processes of the nerve-sense system,
    • system, the nerve-sense system (in which there must also be metabolic
    • This is possible, in other words, because the nerve-sense activity
    • normally take place as breakdown processes only in the nerve-sense
    • nerve-sense system on the other side, the balancing rhythmic system in
    • transmitted through the nerve-sense system in human life constitutes
    • for the head system, for the nerve-sense system, is waking
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • of the nerve fibres connecting one nerve-cell with another — if
    • configurations in the human brain formed by the nerve-fibres and
    • nerve-cells.
    • three processes — the nerve-sensory process, the rhythmic
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • their relation to the system of nerves and senses — a relation
    • plants and the systems of nerves and senses and digestion in man.
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • threefold organisation of physical man, the system of nerves and
    • place — we differentiate the system of nerves and senses from
    • system (including the limbs) to the system of nerves and senses. This
    • continually into contact with the system of nerves and senses. All
    • system, set against that which flows from the nerves and senses
    • continuation of the system of nerves and senses, and the circulatory
    • life. The system of nerves and senses, again, sends its workings into
    • being of man represents the contact between the system of nerves and
    • that goes out from the head system — the system of nerves and
    • between the metabolic system and the system of nerves and senses is
    • system of nerves and senses, but the nervous and sensory action
    • proceed from the nerves and senses on the one hand and the metabolic
    • occurs between the metabolic system and the system of nerves and
    • the system of nerves and senses. The metabolic system pulses upwards
    • (2) forces that proceed from the system of nerves and senses, which
    • of the man of nerves and senses. So that when the organism is ready
    • this is subject to the system of nerves and senses) only at the
    • out from the child's organisation of nerves and senses to the
    • outermost periphery of the organism. The system of nerves and senses
    • from the system of nerves and senses. This plastic element is the
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • processes, but turns back to the system of nerves and senses with
    • something is amiss with the system of nerves and senses, too —
    • where the nerves and senses are not working in the right way. And now
    • nerves and senses.
    • really talks nonsense about the nerves and senses. Forgive me for
    • case of the system of nerves and senses as is generally imagined.
    • diseases, nerve-troubles and the like, as they are often called.
    • nerve-activity which the organism does not use for formative
    • observe this separation of a part of the nerve-process in very early
    • life of volition, feeling and thought. The life of nerves and senses
    • The primary function of the system of nerves and senses is formative,
    • system of nerves and senses.
    • life this is done by the nerve-organs which extend from the senses
    • the formative forces of the nerves and senses are, as it were,
    • sense-organs nor the system of nerves and senses as a whole are in
    • lifted out of the system of nerves and senses: namely, a remedy that
    • works upon the system of nerves and senses which stands in closest
    • of the nerves and senses, we can do it very well by introducing
    • which do much to relieve the nerve-activity of the astral nature;
    • towards the sphere of activity of the nerves and senses, which are
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