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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • be said that the point of view from which these social problems are
    • the point is not whether we conceive any thought, feeling or activity
    • point is the orientation of the attitude of our soul and
    • the theory of smallest entities. The point is not whether
    • point. The other is that such a conception guards man against all the
    • manifestation of soul-life it is when one blows one's nose! The point
    • simply because they need a specialised technique. The point I would
    • heal when disease has reached a point where men realise they
    • Spiritual Science that has developed to the point of knowing how the
    • merely studied from a “psychological” point of view, but
    • things are of course full of significance and beauty, but the point
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • and I shall try to deal with those points where anthroposophy
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • historical evolution of humanity, who does not take the point
    • starting point — but when we pursue spiritual science
    • stress this point strongly and hope that there will be no
    • looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • point where such questions no longer arise. It is antiquated to
    • we never come to the point of raising questions such as I have
    • we rise above the ordinary standpoint of knowledge — to
    • cognition or knowing. A still wider standpoint is that of
    • perhaps I can make the point more concrete by telling you an
    • substances as they pass from the tongue to the point where they
    • pointed out. But when Ziehen comes to the sentient processes of
    • of the human organism further than the point where the chyle
    • point of view of sense-oriented empiricism the kidneys are
    • today. I will proceed from this point in the next lecture,
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • starting point, however, must be the sense-perceptible
    • ego-point, if I may use that expression, from which all his
    • certain point of culmination. After this, deterioration sets
    • not necessarily point back to any objective causes —
    • begin with, the course taken by food up to the point when it
    • sense up to this point of absorption into the blood and lymph.
    • point that our way of looking at things first becomes heretical
    • point of attack, as it were, for the airy man, with a further
    • here, therefore, is to establish starting points for rational
    • this way will we reach the point of having insight into the
    • investigated up to a certain point with the microscope, but
    • his totality, and the tiny point represented by the cell grows
    • connected with the activity of the kidneys, even to the point
    • by recognizing its physical expressions, we come to the point
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • man's head organization developed to the point reached by the
    • point reached by growth in general (in so far as this is
    • organization having its point of departure in the digestive
    • organs is developed by the nerve-sense system to such a point
    • point is to understand the relationships. Everything in nature
    • certain point in these matters and then go no further. Thus you
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • our viewpoint quite clear. This viewpoint has been carefully
    • general viewpoint can be extended to specific cases, but in
    • up to the point where it is received into the astral organism,
    • to the point where it is received into that which bears the
    • poison.” It is nonsense, because the only point at issue
    • sense-oriented empiricism is, from the higher point of view,
    • point of transition from the intestines to the blood; what is
    • which I have already pointed. The best thing to do here is to
    • ahead, they will take this point of view: “I must above
    • viewpoint of spiritual science can unfold in the struggle
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • relation to therapeutics from the viewpoint of spiritual science. Our
    • investigation of diseases, especially from the viewpoint of a
    • At this point I would like to warn against a misunderstanding, that of
    • reach the point of picturing an organism that functions too strongly, for
    • have sketched here. Imagine that the first extreme did not reach the point
    • through the abnormality of his organization to the point where the
    • would not reach the point of getting totally out of himself, as it were, the
    • from a viewpoint reaching its understanding instead from a kind of
    • to destroy the spirit. We cannot penetrate with our knowing to the point
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • conclusion of the lecture. I pointed then to a personality who was
    • these sentences basically point back to an ancient knowledge from
    • absurd. They both point, however, to something of the greatest
    • pointed out previously, however, that this soul life permeated by
    • soul-spiritual at the proper turning-point in life instead[,] to remain
    • knowledge. First we must arrive at the point of recognizing that in an
    • reached this point we are not far from saying that, if the later
    • period of life points in this way back to earliest childhood, this
    • indicates ultimately that what reveals itself in childhood points back
    • to the time before birth or, let us say, before conception; it points
    • also points to something that must be recognized, that must be
    • nature,” points us to the first age of childhood, and actually to life
    • point of unconsciousness, to a working of the spiritual in
    • unconsciousness. He would have to come to the point of forming
    • other side. This viewpoint can lead us still further. We will see
    • particularly from this viewpoint, consequences that can then be
    • from that point to the dilettantish judgment that in such cases the
    • point of mental illness must not wade around in the soul element; he
    • it is more interesting than if one simply points to the metabolic
    • One may thus say that it points in a clarifying way to some
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • full detail — he reaches the point of being able to perceive clearly
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • lecturer. I would like to point aphoristically, as it were, to
    • this way from the standpoint of a rational medicine, if I may use this
    • point designated by
    • bring it to the point of inner soul movement; therefore it has no
    • hemophilia passes through the woman. This points us to the
    • independence of the germ, about which I have just spoken. It points us
    • points that matter. You will receive empirical confirmation everywhere
    • mathematics the point has been reached of hatching such hypotheses or
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • working with us and I shall try to deal with just those points where
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • does not take the point of view that perfection has been reached and
    • point we must be quite clear. But what lies in our power is to work
    • exactly the opposite starting-point — but when to-day we thus
    • point and hope there will be no misunderstanding. That is why I must
    • a man looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • us to a point where such questions no longer arise. It is antiquated
    • point of raising such questions as I have indicated by way of
    • and perhaps I can make the point more concrete by telling you a
    • man from a point of view which might justly be called materialistic.
    • by the substances as they pass from the tongue to the point where
    • organism further than the point where the chyle passes from the
    • of excretion. But now the question arises: Although from the point of
    • proceed from this point in the following lectures, showing how these
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • worked upon by the ptyalin and pepsin to the point where they are
    • starting point, however, must be the objective and empirical
    • necessary. By virtue of this Ego-organisation, the point where his
    • represents a certain point of culmination. After this, deterioration
    • not necessarily point back to any objective causes — people
    • digestion or nourishment in the widest sense, up to that point. If we
    • point of view. So far as the limited sphere is concerned, we can get
    • is really only at this point that our way of looking at things
    • point d'appui, as it were, for the airy being, with a
    • germ-cell. Our task here, therefore, is to establish starting-points
    • investigated up to a certain point in the microscope, but then there
    • at man in his totality, and the tiny point represented by the cell
    • kidneys, even to the point where pathological conditions are present
    • to the point of being able to conceive the whole being of man as a
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • metabolic system into the head, but the point about this meeting
    • life is the head organisation of man developed to the point reached
    • developed to the point reached by growth in general (in so far as
    • work from below upwards, the physical organisation having its point
    • to such a point by the forces arising from the system of nerves and
    • described. The point is to understand the relationships. Everything
    • organisms, we have, from a physical point of view, something that is
    • to-morrow when we come to consider therapy). The point is to succeed
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • for our point of view and our method of approach to be made quite
    • clear. In certain specific details this point of view has been
    • transformation of the foodstuff up to the point where it is received
    • only point at issue is this: In what way are we intensifying what
    • from the higher point of view, the material reflection of something
    • understanding; the essential point is to observe what really groups
    • It may surprise you that I speak of a root, but the points of
    • to allow the vitalisation to take place at the point of transition
    • point of view: “Yes, I must above all heal if I want to



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