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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine -- Contents
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    • and fiery aspect of human organism; anabolic and catabolic
    • The basis for a study of human physiology; the four members of man
    • Threefold organization of the human being and forces of growth;
    • Iron in the human blood; relationship of silicic acid and sugar to
    • man as a being of the whole cosmos.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine -- Cover Sheet
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    • four lectures given by Rudolf Steiner and published in German under
    • thoroughly revised from the most recent German edition and includes
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • first of all, that an understanding of the human being in both
    • humanity. I have no wish to waste words about the value of
    • traditionally in the course of human history. In order to make
    • conceptions arose in human thought at a time when there was no
    • anthroposophy about the most varied branches of human knowledge
    • that in those earlier times man had a non-scientific (in our
    • of the human being that did not originate, as is the case
    • man on which medical thought, too, was based. Permeating these
    • conceptions of the form of the human being, the form of his
    • organs and of human functions, were thoughts about the
    • super-sensible with the nature and constitution of the human
    • much a part of human nature as colors, forms, and inorganic
    • historical evolution of humanity, who does not take the point
    • science has accomplished for humanity in this age. And when
    • of considering the human being in sickness and health wishes to
    • foolish as many people believe nowadays, they did lack what we
    • man's faculty of cognition was not then adapted to see objects
    • different way from the way modern man sees. In the times that
    • of the human organism, in the black and yellow gall, in the
    • human being sees today.
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • — with a discussion of the various functions in the human
    • it. I would then discuss everything connected with the human
    • arranged in the human organism, a vista that would be needed in
    • many respects, but its goal still lies ahead.
    • can give us insight into the human being. And now, bearing in
    • that the human being, as he stands before us in the physical
    • this ego system, the human being is able to develop that inner
    • fact that the human being can unify his inner experience in an
    • the fact that during his earthly evolution the human being has
    • development of the human being receives a certain impetus at
    • between the human being and the animal.
    • objection has been made by many people, especially from the
    • side of philosophy. We take the functions of the human organism
    • man's physical organization, this encompasses everything in the
    • human organism that can be dealt with by the same methods we
    • physical organization of the human being.
    • human etheric organization, however, which is incorporated into
    • think of the etheric organization of the human being as
    • whole is involved in the fluid nature within the human
    • itself to what is solid in the human organization, to the solid
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • As we begin to view the human organism
    • indicate only very briefly, many things become terribly
    • important concerning judgment of the human being in health and
    • physical being of man. Yet a proper assessment of this
    • threefold nature of the physical human being is of the greatest
    • with this threefold nature of the physical human being, the
    • over the entire human being. The nervous and sensory functions
    • of the skin, and also those within the human organization, must
    • conception of the modes of activity in the human organism
    • system in the human being, the rhythmic system, includes in the
    • human being, although these can be disrupted in many ways; I am
    • constantly disrupted by the human being, but the consequences
    • member of the human organization, then, we have the rhythmic
    • human being, and, as a third member, the metabolic organism, in
    • this threefold nature of the human being, we find that the
    • metabolic human being in so far as the metabolic human being
    • extends over the whole being of man. The rhythmic human being
    • are related to the astral organization of the human being. In
    • short, in his threefold physical nature the human being is
    • understanding the human being in health and disease. Here we
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • The human
    • processes within the human organism are different from those
    • that everything the human being takes into his digestive tract
    • through so that man can further enliven it. The process of
    • vitalization, the enlivening, must be an activity of the human
    • being himself; indeed the human organism could not exist
    • within the human being. When we speak of a process of
    • vitalization along the path taken by human nourishment through
    • opposite process from that which occurs in the human
    • what unfolds in the human organism as a tendency to call forth
    • nourishment in the human being without prejudice, therefore, we
    • must admit that all food introduced into the human organism is
    • in ordinary digestion by introducing something to the human
    • understanding of the human organism is necessary before we can
    • human organism as a remedy — the iron in the blood. The
    • human organism — above all, for the iron bearing blood
    • feeling, indeed for the whole life of the human organism. In
    • etheric organism to the astral organism of the human being is
    • everything that is taken up in the human being in the
    • organisms of the human being.
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