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- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
- sense-perceptible cosmos that is permeated by natural law, a
- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
- to the ideas and laws that apply when we are doing experiments
- apply all the ideas and laws derived in the inorganic world to
- solid organs, but that an individual lawfulness controls the
- inner lawfulness in the solid substances, expressing itself,
- the heart, so we must postulate the existence of a lawfulness
- expression — a lawfulness that is not confined to the
- lawfulness that directly underlies the airy or gaseous organism
- as the astral lawfulness, the astral organization. This
- lawfulness would not be there in the human being if his airy
- of something that is not exhausted by the physical lawfulness,
- organization. I do not call this the astral lawfulness but
- lawfulness, the physical-solid lawfulness; the fluid is less
- because the lawfulness observed externally in the laboratory
- and characterized by natural science as inorganic lawfulness is
- only to the fact that the outer, inorganic lawfulness is
- inner lawfulness. The human organization has advanced so far
- within the sphere of earthly lawfulness unless other factors
- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
- assert their own inherent laws, and then we are faced with an
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