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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine -- Contents
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    • brain; the process of breathing; metabolic processes; solid, fluid,
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • fluidity permeated with life but a fluidity permeated with
    • fluid. But now ask yourselves quite honestly whether physiology
    • does in fact reckon with the human being as a column of fluid,
    • is essentially a fluid being and that the solids have merely
    • been inserted into this fluid. But the human being is also an
    • myself with all that is solid. It is different with the fluids
    • in the human being. The fluids live in a state of continual
    • the fluids something is always coming into being and
    • essential difference, however, in the case of what is fluid and
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • whole is involved in the fluid nature within the human
    • functions that can be grasped directly in this fluid nature.
    • properly only when we conceive of what is fluid in this
    • as living fluids — not merely as the fluids we have in
    • that the fluid nature in the human being is likewise permeated
    • embedded in the fluid, and here we already have a contrast: we
    • being — as living but of the fluid nature in its totality
    • organization had not permeated the solid and fluid
    • directly into the solid and the fluid. It does, however,
    • organization directly takes hold of the solid and fluid, so
    • organization. In the case of the living fluidity that permeates
    • solid and fluid but first of all penetrates the gaseous
    • organism through the warmth working upon the airy, fluid, and
    • gaseous, fluid, and solid organizations, and the same is true
    • lawfulness, the physical-solid lawfulness; the fluid is less
    • his solid and fluid nature, permeating the solid and fluid
    • only the fluid nature) that is connected with these particular
    • the fluids and the solids in the human organism.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • the solid and fluid organization of the human being. These two
    • are in mutual interaction, inasmuch as the fluid and gaseous
    • and the fluid. So likewise in the living and sentient organisms
    • we must look for an intermediate phase between the fluid and
    • organisms of warmth and air encountering the solid and fluid
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • base but floats in the cerebral fluid and, in accordance with
    • weight of the volume of fluid displaced. Thus the brain presses
    • fluid displaced. Now, if we live with our soul-being in a force

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