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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • then be worked out empirically. Only on the basis of this
    • called anthroposophy with older traditional ideas about
    • us appears nebulous; in what he called phlegm he did not see
    • the substance we call phlegm. To him phlegm was not only a
    • “clairvoyance,” as it is called. We must be quite
    • ascending thus from what most resembles purely physically
    • pedantically formed concepts.
    • empiricism into account. One who might be called an expert in
    • connection with what is called earthly magnetism. No matter
    • posed hypothetically by way of introduction. But the extent to
    • those who call themselves psychologists it is remarkable.
    • disintegration or dissolution — call it what you will
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • world, consists of a physically organized system, an
    • etherically organized system, an astrally organized system, and
    • organization. I do not call this the astral lawfulness but
    • be called the most intangible organization of all — the
    • matters scientifically and then to show from the
    • around physically on the earth, can walk around because his
    • I am also convinced that the so-called “occultists”
    • conditions and light conditions are at play dynamically under
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • have called in my book,
    • unless we differentiate, theoretically to begin with, the
    • the forces that proceed from what I called the kidney system,
    • If we were to try to draw what takes place schematically, we
    • confirmed empirically in every detail. In the process of man's
    • Experimental psychology — as it is called — has a
    • we form our education artistically. Then we are working upon
    • pathology confirms this absolutely. I need only call your
    • must basically be regarded as proceeding from this functional
    • we approach therapeutically everything that radiates out in
    • system? We simply need to call forth changes by working on it
    • is related reciprocally, and by a simpler classification of
    • element, as it was called in ancient terminology. This
    • mercurial element is not the same as what is also called
    • then have seen physically something that is working primarily
    • why do we call it normal? Because it appears precisely as it
    • other reason for us to call it normal. But consider now the
    • plastically molded in the organs by what the nerve-sense system
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • the so-called normal functions are regarded as being,
    • be called into action in order to combat pathological
    • what unfolds in the human organism as a tendency to call forth
    • calling forth the appropriate balance, of enabling the organism
    • activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
    • am expressing myself radically simply so that we may understand
    • radically, of course, but if we come down to the practical
    • called functional diseases, nervous disorders and so on. There
    • verify this empirically, begin by taking the senses located in
    • proceeding therapeutically leads to the most healthy results,
    • “fever of unknown origin” — as it is called
    • realize that with what I call a spiritual scientific
    • synthetically a preparation composed of iron, sulfur, and
    • these substances are synthetically brought together in a

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