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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine -- Contents
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    • polarity of nerve-sense and metabolic systems and the 4:1 ratio of
    • sense organs; a direction for rational therapy; metals as remedies;
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • introduction perhaps you will permit me to speak of the sense
    • natural science in our sense; mine have been developed in an
    • sense) conception of the super-sensible world. Medicine, too,
    • as we see them today by means of our senses and the products of
    • based in the senses were not seen at all.
    • advance to this sense-oriented empiricism is rooted in the
    • beyond the cosmos revealed to sense perception today, including
    • sense-perceptible cosmos that is permeated by natural law, a
    • even consider writing off ordinary sense-oriented empirical
    • seriously pursue science also in the sense of spiritual
    • sense-oriented empiricism; it is necessary to take such
    • himself with the phenomena of the world in the sense of
    • what I actually perceive with my senses. As far as my senses
    • but the state of affairs determined by sense observation must
    • In this sense
    • in molding the brain and the liver, in the same sense as the
    • to this purely sense-oriented empirical mode of research, and
    • sense-oriented factual knowledge. They give knowledge of a
    • person living in the world knows more than sense-cognition can
    • an Imagination perceptible to the senses, something that is
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • digestion in the narrower sense, I would pass on to discussion
    • relation to the entire nerve-sense apparatus — a
    • sense-perceptible empirical research, it would be possible to
    • be brought into harmony with the data of modern sense-oriented
    • starting point, however, must be the sense-perceptible
    • general organic activity rays out in a certain sense, at least
    • sense after the first stage of sexual maturity, but there is a
    • puberty. Even in the outer empirical sense, then, if we take
    • outer, inorganic nature. This is the sense in which we say that
    • self-contained system. In the same sense I give the name astral
    • sense-oriented empirical observations, will find expression in
    • sense up to this point of absorption into the blood and lymph.
    • sense-perceptible empirical facts themselves that as a result
    • sense, what happens here resembles the process occurring when
    • inner sense, seeing the connection between them, perceiving how
    • organism. Sense-perceptible, empirical science has a great deal
    • sense-perceptible and empirical that will provide you with
    • complicated life processes. Ordinary, sense-oriented empiricism
    • This is not in any sense a matter of fantasy. You will see that
    • psychological sense. With these you will not find a developed
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • nerve-sense system is to be pictured as localized mainly in the
    • nerve-sense system from the rest of the organization as a
    • functional sense everything that is subject to rhythm —
    • with the system of blood circulation. In the wider sense, too,
    • nerve-sense human being. This can be verified by empirical
    • nerve-sense organization for the growth of the human being.
    • continually into contact with the nerve-sense system.
    • nerve-sense system into the rhythmic system, takes place in a
    • nerve-sense system and the circulatory system to be the
    • circulation. The nerve-sense system sends its effects into the
    • between the nerve-sense system and the metabolic system. This
    • proceeds from the head system, the nerve-sense system. This is
    • in this meeting of the metabolic system with the nerve-sense
    • between the metabolic system and the nerve-sense system, but
    • the effect of the nerve-sense system predominates. The outcome
    • of this collision between what proceeds from the nerve sense
    • occurs between the metabolic system and the nerve-sense system,
    • been a form of expression for the nerve-sense system. The
    • that therefore forms the nerve-sense system). This is an
    • nerve-sense system, rounding off the forms and shaping their
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • introduced into the organism. That is why it is nonsense to be
    • poison.” It is nonsense, because the only point at issue
    • influences the whole activity of the senses, especially the
    • the nerve-sense system with which it is more closely related.
    • We soon find something amiss with the nerve-sense system too
    • symptoms in which the nerve-sense system is not working
    • nerve-sense system. Physiology really speaks nonsense about
    • this nerve-sense system. Forgive me for saying this — I
    • sense-oriented empiricism is, from the higher point of view,
    • the sense-perceptible reflection of something spiritual. The
    • whole human organism is the sense-perceptible reflection of
    • nerve-sense system as is generally imagined.
    • the exception of the nervous system and the senses the physical
    • the life of will, feeling, and thought. The nerve-sense life is
    • itself, while the primary function of the nerve-sense system is
    • formative. All the organs are shaped from the nerve-sense
    • verify this empirically, begin by taking the senses located in
    • the skin, spread out over the entire skin — the senses of
    • of the human organism is sculpturally formed by these senses,
    • senses. That we are capable of seeing is due to the fact that
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