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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • are founded on a very different basis from that of the various
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • different way from the way modern man sees. In the times that
    • phlegm and in the blood, was utterly different from what the
    • allowing for very slight differences. But now, think of it: one
    • our conception of a liver cell must differ essentially from our
    • division and differentiation of this primeval germ cell —
    • universe outside is quite different from that of the liver
    • were indeed true that merely on account of their different
    • differently to universal forces outside the human being. In
    • different under different circumstances. The more photographs I
    • The squabbles in such realms are by no means different from the
    • we took many different photographs all on the same piece of
    • photographs from many different aspects had been taken on the
    • understanding of the being of man, a different approach is
    • — let us turn to a different function of the human being,
    • different from that of the brain's structure. The outer,
    • quite differently from the way in which it is thought of today
    • myself with all that is solid. It is different with the fluids
    • different angles. Just as we are led from Imagination to
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • have to speak differently from the way people are accustomed
    • a different relationship to sexual development from that of the
    • all the factors into account, there is already a difference
    • and differentiate them, and — since differentiations do
    • the differentiations of warmth in the human organism. We can
    • about the various differentiations of the warmth. In these
    • differentiations of warmth the ego organization has its
    • the subsequent processes must be studied by a different means
    • body to the same extent; the excretory products are different
    • systematic investigations, you will discover what a difference
    • different astral conditions, step by step you will find
    • the differentiation of warmth in the organism as a whole.
    • human being, only of course they must cover the different
    • nitrogen. You will be able to relate all the differentiations
    • and leaves, for instance, is of an essentially different
    • root or even the seed itself. There is a tremendous difference,
    • found in roots or seeds. You will find that this difference is
    • the basis for the other differences, so that the effect of a
    • system is quite different from that of an extract prepared from
    • there is an inner connection between the different structures
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • unless we differentiate, theoretically to begin with, the
    • totally different rhythms are at work in him. And so we can say
    • is quite different from the tendency to illness after puberty.
    • These two possibilities of falling ill are as different, you
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms
    • put incorrectly, it must be posed in a different way. From the
    • a plant's leaves (naturally you get totally different results
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • processes within the human organism are different from those
    • but the different aspects under consideration here intersect,
    • there must be an entirely different understanding of the nature



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