The Basic Tenants of Anthroposophical Medicine
An Introductory Reader on Anthroposophical Medicine.
Date: 7/14/2012 10:22:34 PM ( 10 y ) ... viewed 6656 times
Just found this book.
"... This a small book that is nonetheless potent with an excellent selection of Steiner's key lectures and essays on the topic of the medical arts. If you are looking for a readable overview of the basic tenants of anthroposophical medicine, you've found your book.
true human nature as a basis for medical practice;
the science of knowing;
the mission of reverence;
the four temperaments;
the bridge between universal spirituality and the physical;
the constellation of the supersensible bodies;
the invisible human within us: the pathology underlying therapy;
cancer and mistletoe, and aspects of psychiatry;
case history questions: diagnosis and therapy;
anthroposophic medicine in practice: and three case histories."
July 25, 2012 - This book arrived today. Andrew Maendl, MD writes in the "Introduction" regarding Rudolf Steiner; that this "selection from his writings and lectures ... starts by emphasizing intuition as an essential inner tool for really understanding what is at work in medicine." How true!
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