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  • Title: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • The physical organism of man is considered today to consist of more
    • man has within him as definite organisms, a fluid body, an air-body
    • and a warmth-body. — The connections of these organisms with the
    • the human organism prevailing today is unable to build any bridge between
    • theoretical ideas on the four organisms in man. — The materialistic
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • as solid, or solid-fluidic, are regarded as belonging to his organism.
    • themselves considered to be integral members of the human organism.
    • regarded as a state or condition of his organism, but not as an actual
    • processes in the purely liquid components of the human organism are
    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • the human organism as such. It is said: Yes, the human being draws in
    • organism, so the actual fluidity should not be thought of as so much
    • differentiations, is an organism in the same sense as the solid organism,
    • fluid organism which fills the same space that is occupied by the
    • solid organism, we realize immediately that we cannot speak of this
    • fluid organism in earthly man without speaking of the etheric body
    • which permeates this fluid organism and fills it with forces. The
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the physical
    • begin with, as a solid organism. This is the physical body.
    • We then come to consider the fluid organism, which cannot, of course,
    • be investigated in the same way as the solid organism, by dissection,
    • but which must be conceived as an inwardly mobile, fluidic organism.
    • Thirdly, there is the aeriform organism which again cannot be studied
    • Fourthly, there is the warmth-organism with all its inner
    • Physical organism: Physical body
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • that the solid or solid fluid organism — which is the sole object
    • the organisms in the human constitution; that the existence of a fluid
    • organism, an aeriform organism, and a warmth-organism must also be
    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • of the fluid body, of everything that is fluid in the human organism;
    • the warmth-organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can as it were
    • point us to our organism; the consciousness of dreamless sleep is, as
    • constitution, comprising as it does the fluid organism, the aeriform
    • organism, the warmth-organism and thus becoming by degrees more
    • concerned exclusively with the solid organism, and no account is taken
    • of the fact that man also has within him a fluid organism, an aeriform
    • organism, and a warmth-organism. If you picture to yourselves that as
    • well as the solid organism with its configuration into bones, muscles,
    • nerve-fibres and so forth, you also have a fluid organism and an
    • aeriform organism — though these are of course fluctuating and
    • inwardly mobile — and a warmth-organism, if you picture this you
    • enthusiasm has an effect upon the warmth organism. — There, you
    • in an enhancement of warmth in the warmth-organism. Not only is man
    • stimulating, invigorating effect upon the warmth-organism.
    • for a moral ideal — stimulation of the warmth-organism. There is
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • the rest of the living organism. Between birth and death we bear in
    • into us as semblance, and from the rest of our organism we pervade
    • different direction, rising up from parts of his organism other than
    • matter is destroyed: our limb-and-metabolic organism.

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