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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • empirical state of affairs is exactly the same in both cases,
    • are concerned, the same state of affairs presents itself at
    • but the state of affairs determined by sense observation must
    • we read statements like those of Meynert (which nowadays are
    • in the human being. The fluids live in a state of continual
    • aggregate states of matter within the human being. The solid
    • differs at all within the human organism from the state in
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • in the conscious state. It reveals itself on the other hand in
    • state of aggregation. We understand the human organization
    • that the gases filling his being are in a state of perpetual
    • through the aggregate states, we thus arrive at the following
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • healthiest state during the second period of life, from the
    • forth an intermediate phase of the states of aggregation by
    • expression as a state of feverishness. The injection must be
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • organism in its states of health and disease — or, to say
    • it better for our purpose today, in its states of being healthy
    • state of vitalization — to the living state — and
    • each other better. You must naturally take such statements with
    • that is still contained in a highly vitalized state in the
    • untransformed state. Thus the kidney activity has a chance to
    • regard such a state of affairs as a complex of symptoms. How
    • the organism it is particularly easy for a state of
    • form-building and this state of affairs becomes organic —
    • achieve a state of balance, for instance, by supporting the
    • elements that are on their way to the inorganic state
    • supreme importance. In the state of illness, the human organism

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