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Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine

Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine
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Publisher : SteinerBooks
Total Pages : 328
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ISBN-10 : 0880104635
ISBN-13 : 9780880104630
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Book Synopsis Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine by : Rudolf Steiner

Download or read book Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine written by Rudolf Steiner and published by SteinerBooks. This book was released on 1999 with total page 328 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: These lectures -- the first on medicine by Rudolf Steiner -- outline the foundation for an anthroposophical approach to health and illness. Steiner begins with a discussion of various contemporary views of illness and pathology. He goes on to explore illnesses in relation to the whole human being, looking at the various processes and organs in relation to the human threefold organization. Homeopathy, naturopathy, and allopathy are discussed in the light of the spiritual nature of the human being and in terms of the ways various planets and the cosmos influence healing substances. On the whole, Steiner's approach rests on the long tradition of Western medicine without negating its roots. Perhaps more than anywhere else, Steiner's enthusiasm and familiarity with the subject is in evidence here. Steiner describes many specific illnesses and their treatments and how doctors must develop their ability to diagnose illnesses and prescribe treatments based on their own inner capacities.


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