Knowledge of the nature of man. A spiritual and mystical doctrine that grew out of theosophy and derives mainly from the philosophy of Rudolph Steiner, Austrian social philosopher (1861-1925). (Webster, 3d ed)
Writings having excellence of form or expression and expressing ideas of permanent or universal interest. The body of written works produced in a particular language, country, or age. (Webster, 3d ed)
Criminal acts committed during, or in connection with, war, e.g., maltreatment of prisoners, willful killing of civilians, etc.
Disciplines concerned with the interrelationships of individuals in a social environment including social organizations and institutions. Includes Sociology and Anthropology.
Written or other literary works whose subject matter is medical or about the profession of medicine and related areas.
An ethical system which emphasizes human values and the personal worth of each individual, as well as concern for the dignity and freedom of humankind.
The doctrines and policies of the Nazis or the National Social German Workers party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933-1945. These doctrines and policies included racist nationalism, expansionism, and state control of the economy. (from Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. and American Heritage College Dictionary, 3d ed.)
The belief in or study of practices and knowledge of magical, mystical, or supernatural powers. ALCHEMY, astrology, and many RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHIES are based upon occult principles.
Branch of psychology that deals with paranormal behavior and events such as telepathy, precognition, and clairvoyance, which are not explicable by present day "natural laws".
Activities concerned with governmental policies, functions, etc.
The interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale, between different countries or between populations within the same country. It includes trade (the buying, selling, or exchanging of commodities, whether wholesale or retail) and business (the purchase and sale of goods to make a profit). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p411, p2005 & p283)
Efforts and designs to reduce the incidence of unexpected undesirable events in various environments and situations.
Conferences, conventions or formal meetings usually attended by delegates representing a special field of interest.
The interaction of persons or groups of persons representing various nations in the pursuit of a common goal or interest.
The collective designation of three organizations with common membership: the European Economic Community (Common Market), the European Coal and Steel Community, and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). It was known as the European Community until 1994. It is primarily an economic union with the principal objectives of free movement of goods, capital, and labor. Professional services, social, medical and paramedical, are subsumed under labor. The constituent countries are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. (The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1997, p842)
Physical motion, i.e., a change in position of a body or subject as a result of an external force. It is distinguished from MOVEMENT, a process resulting from biological activity.
A pathological process characterized by injury or destruction of tissues caused by a variety of cytologic and chemical reactions. It is usually manifested by typical signs of pain, heat, redness, swelling, and loss of function.
Authoritative treatises on drugs and preparations, their description, formulation, analytic composition, physical constants, main chemical properties used in identification, standards for strength, purity, and dosage, chemical tests for determining identity and purity, etc. They are usually published under governmental jurisdiction (e.g., USP, the United States Pharmacopoeia; BP, British Pharmacopoeia; P. Helv., the Swiss Pharmacopoeia). They differ from FORMULARIES in that they are far more complete: formularies tend to be mere listings of formulas and prescriptions.
The teaching ascribed to Gautama Buddha (ca. 483 B.C.) holding that suffering is inherent in life and that one can escape it into nirvana by mental and moral self-purification. (Webster, 3d ed)
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The study of religion and religious belief, or a particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings (from online Cambridge Dictionary of American English, 2000 and WordNet: An Electronic Lexical Database, 1997)
The interrelationship of medicine and religion.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE service for health professionals and consumers. It links extensive information from the National Institutes of Health and other reviewed sources of information on specific diseases and conditions.
Information intended for potential users of medical and healthcare services. There is an emphasis on self-care and preventive approaches as well as information for community-wide dissemination and use.
Guideline for determining when it is morally permissible to perform an action to pursue a good end with knowledge that the action will also bring about bad results. It generally states that, in cases where a contemplated action has such double effect, the action is permissible only if: it is not wrong in itself; the bad result is not intended; the good result is not a direct causal result of the bad result; and the good result is "proportionate to" the bad result. (from Solomon, "Double Effect," in Becker, The Encyclopedia of Ethics, 1992)
Sensory cells in the ampullary crest of each of the semicircular ducts, with their apical STEREOCILIA embedded in a wedge-shaped gelatinous cupula. These hair cells sense the movement of ENDOLYMPH resulting from angular acceleration of the head, and send signals via the VESTIBULAR NERVE to the brain to maintain balance.
A former branch of knowledge embracing the study, description, and classification of natural objects (as animals, plants, and minerals) and thus including the modern sciences of zoology, botany, and mineralogy insofar as they existed at that time. In the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries it was much used for the generalized pursuit of certain areas of science. (Webster, 3d ed; from Dr. James H. Cassedy, NLM History of Medicine Division)
Evaluation undertaken to assess the results or consequences of management and procedures used in combating disease in order to determine the efficacy, effectiveness, safety, and practicability of these interventions in individual cases or series.
The use of faith and spirit to cure disease.

Health costs in anthroposophic therapy users: a two-year prospective cohort study. (1/11)

BACKGROUND: Anthroposophic therapies (counselling, special medication, art, eurythmy movement, and rhythmical massage) aim to stimulate long-term self-healing processes, which theoretically could lead to a reduction of healthcare use. In a prospective two-year cohort study, anthroposophic therapies were followed by a reduction of chronic disease symptoms and improvement of quality of life. The purpose of this analysis was to describe health costs in users of anthroposophic therapies. METHODS: 717 consecutive outpatients from 134 medical practices in Germany, starting anthroposophic therapies for chronic diseases, participated in a prospective cohort study. We analysed direct health costs (anthroposophic therapies, physician and dentist consultations, psychotherapy, medication, physiotherapy, ergotherapy, hospital treatment, rehabilitation) and indirect costs (sick leave compensation) in the pre-study year and the first two study years. Costs were calculated from resource utilisation, documented by patient self-reporting. Data were collected from January 1999 to April 2003. RESULTS: Total health costs in the first study year (bootstrap mean 3,297 Euro; 95% confidence interval 95%-CI 3,157 Euro to 3,923 Euro) did not differ significantly from the pre-study year (3,186 Euro; 95%-CI 3,037 Euro to 3,711 Euro), whereas in the second year, costs (2,771 Euro; 95%-CI 2,647 Euro to 3,256 Euro) were significantly reduced by 416 Euro (95%-CI 264 Euro to 960 Euro) compared to the pre-study year. In each period hospitalisation and sick-leave together amounted to more than half of the total health costs. Anthroposophic therapies and medication amounted to 3%, 15%, and 8% of total health costs in the pre-study year, first year, and second study year, respectively. The cost reduction in the second year was largely accounted for by a decrease of inpatient hospitalisation, leading to a hospital cost reduction of 519 Euro (95%-CI 377 Euro to 904 Euro) compared to the pre-study year. CONCLUSION: In patients starting anthroposophic therapies for chronic disease, total health costs did not increase in the first year, and were reduced in the second year. This reduction was largely explained by a decrease of inpatient hospitalisation. Within the limits of a pre-post design, study findings suggest that anthroposophic therapies are not associated with a relevant increase in total health costs.  (+info)

Anthroposophic medical therapy in chronic disease: a four-year prospective cohort study. (2/11)

BACKGROUND: The short consultation length in primary care is a source of concern, and the wish for more consultation time is a common reason for patients to seek complementary medicine. Physicians practicing anthroposophic medicine have prolonged consultations with their patients, taking an extended history, addressing constitutional, psychosocial, and biographic aspect of patients' illness, and selecting optimal therapy. In Germany, health benefit programs have included the reimbursement of this additional physician time. The purpose of this study was to describe clinical outcomes in patients with chronic diseases treated by anthroposophic physicians after an initial prolonged consultation. METHODS: In conjunction with a health benefit program in Germany, 233 outpatients aged 1-74 years, treated by 72 anthroposophic physicians after a consultation of at least 30 min participated in a prospective cohort study. Main outcomes were disease severity (Disease and Symptom Scores, physicians' and patients' assessment on numerical rating scales 0-10) and quality of life (adults: SF-36, children aged 8-16: KINDL, children 1-7: KITA). Disease Score was documented after 0, 6 and 12 months, other outcomes after 0, 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, and (Symptom Score and SF-36) 48 months. RESULTS: Most common indications were mental disorders (17.6% of patients; primarily depression and fatigue), respiratory diseases (15.5%), and musculoskeletal diseases (11.6%). Median disease duration at baseline was 3.0 years (interquartile range 0.5-9.8 years). The consultation leading to study enrolment lasted 30-60 min in 51.5% (120/233) of patients and > 60 min in 48.5%. During the following year, patients had a median of 3.0 (interquartile range 1.0-7.0) prolonged consultations with their anthroposophic physicians, 86.1% (167/194) of patients used anthroposophic medication. All outcomes except KITA Daily Life subscale and KINDL showed significant improvement between baseline and all subsequent follow-ups. Improvements from baseline to 12 months were: Disease Score from mean (standard deviation) 5.95 (1.74) to 2.31 (2.29) (p < 0.001), Symptom Score from 5.74 (1.81) to 3.04 (2.16) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Physical Component Summary from 44.01 (10.92) to 47.99 (10.43) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Mental Component Summary from 42.34 (11.98) to 46.84 (10.47) (p < 0.001), and KITA Psychosoma subscale from 62.23 (19.76) to 76.44 (13.62) (p = 0.001). All these improvements were maintained until the last follow-up. Improvements were similar in patients not using diagnosis-related adjunctive therapies within the first six study months. CONCLUSION: Patients treated by anthroposophic physicians after an initial prolonged consultation had long-term reduction of chronic disease symptoms and improvement of quality of life. Although the pre-post design of the present study does not allow for conclusions about comparative effectiveness, study findings suggest that physician-provided anthroposophic therapy may play a beneficial role in the long-term care of patients with chronic diseases.  (+info)

Eurythmy therapy in chronic disease: a four-year prospective cohort study. (3/11)

BACKGROUND: Many patients with chronic diseases use complementary therapies, often provided by their physicians. In Germany, several physician-provided complementary therapies have been reimbursed by health insurance companies as part of health benefit programs. In most of these therapies, the patient has a predominantly passive role. In eurythmy therapy, however, patients actively exercise specific movements with the hands, the feet or the whole body. The purpose of this study was to describe clinical outcomes in patients practising eurythmy therapy exercises for chronic diseases. METHODS: In conjunction with a health benefit program, 419 outpatients from 94 medical practices in Germany, referred to 118 eurythmy therapists, participated in a prospective cohort study. Main outcomes were disease severity (Disease and Symptom Scores, physicians' and patients' assessment on numerical rating scales 0-10) and quality of life (adults: SF-36, children aged 8-16: KINDL, children 1-7: KITA). Disease Score was documented after 0, 6 and 12 months, other outcomes after 0, 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, and (SF-36 and Symptom Score) 48 months. RESULTS: Most common indications were mental disorders (31.7% of patients; primarily depression, fatigue, and childhood emotional disorder) and musculoskeletal diseases (23.4%). Median disease duration at baseline was 3.0 years (interquartile range 1.0-8.5). Median number of eurythmy therapy sessions was 12 (interquartile range 10-19), median therapy duration was 119 days (84-188). All outcomes improved significantly between baseline and all subsequent follow-ups (exceptions: KITA Psychosoma in first three months and KINDL). Improvements from baseline to 12 months were: Disease Score from mean (standard deviation) 6.65 (1.81) to 3.19 (2.27) (p < 0.001), Symptom Score from 5.95 (1.75) to 3.49 (2.12) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Physical Component Summary from 43.13 (10.25) to 47.10 (9.78) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Mental Component Summary from 38.31 (11.67) to 45.01 (11.76) (p < 0.001), KITA Psychosoma from 69.53 (15.45) to 77.21 (13.60) (p = 0.001), and KITA Daily Life from 59.23 (21.78) to 68.14 (18.52) (p = 0.001). All these improvements were maintained until the last follow-up. Improvements were similar in patients not using diagnosis-related adjunctive therapies within the first six study months. Adverse reactions to eurythmy therapy occurred in 3.1% (13/419) of patients. No patient stopped eurythmy therapy due to adverse reactions. CONCLUSION: Patients practising eurythmy therapy exercises had long-term improvement of chronic disease symptoms and quality of life. Although the pre-post design of the present study does not allow for conclusions about comparative effectiveness, study findings suggest that eurythmy therapy can be useful for patients motivated for this therapy.  (+info)

Assessing the order of magnitude of outcomes in single-arm cohorts through systematic comparison with corresponding cohorts: an example from the AMOS study. (4/11)

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Combined bias suppression in single-arm therapy studies. (5/11)

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Eurythmy Therapy in clinical studies: a systematic literature review. (6/11)

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Patient satisfaction with primary care: an observational study comparing anthroposophic and conventional care. (7/11)

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Anthropomorphism influences perception of computer-animated characters' actions. (8/11)

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Anthroposophic Medicine | Health Costs in Anthroposophic Therapy Users: a two-year prospective cohort study (2006) by Harald J. Hamre, MD, et al
Many patients with chronic diseases use complementary therapies, often provided by their physicians. In Germany, several physician-provided complementary therapies have been reimbursed by health insurance companies as part of health benefit programs. In most of these therapies, the patient has a predominantly passive role. In eurythmy therapy, however, patients actively exercise specific movements with the hands, the feet or the whole body. The purpose of this study was to describe clinical outcomes in patients practising eurythmy therapy exercises for chronic diseases. In conjunction with a health benefit program, 419 outpatients from 94 medical practices in Germany, referred to 118 eurythmy therapists, participated in a prospective cohort study. Main outcomes were disease severity (Disease and Symptom Scores, physicians and patients assessment on numerical rating scales 0-10) and quality of life (adults: SF-36, children aged 8-16: KINDL, children 1-7: KITA). Disease Score was documented after 0, 6
The short consultation length in primary care is a source of concern, and the wish for more consultation time is a common reason for patients to seek complementary medicine. Physicians practicing anthroposophic medicine have prolonged consultations with their patients, taking an extended history, addressing constitutional, psychosocial, and biographic aspect of patients illness, and selecting optimal therapy. In Germany, health benefit programs have included the reimbursement of this additional physician time. The purpose of this study was to describe clinical outcomes in patients with chronic diseases treated by anthroposophic physicians after an initial prolonged consultation. In conjunction with a health benefit program in Germany, 233 outpatients aged 1-74 years, treated by 72 anthroposophic physicians after a consultation of at least 30 min participated in a prospective cohort study. Main outcomes were disease severity (Disease and Symptom Scores, physicians and patients assessment on numerical
Background. Infants from anthroposophic families have low cortisol levels and low risk of IgE-sensitization during first 2 years of life. Our aim is to study the impact of an anthroposophic lifestyle and cortisol levels at 6 months on allergy sensitization up to age 5 years.. Methods. 507 families participated from maternal health care centers. Parental lifestyle was categorized as Anthroposophic, Partly anthroposophic or Non-anthroposophic. Blood samples for analyzes of sensitization were obtained from parents at inclusion and from children at 6, 12, 24 and 60 months. Salivary samples were collected at home at 6 months.. Results. Sensitization increased from 2.9 to 26.0% in the anthroposophic group, from 8.4 to 26.8% in the partly anthroposophic group and from 19.1 to 44.1% in the non-anthroposophic group. Children from anthroposophic families had lower cortisol levels in the morning, afternoon and evening. The odds ratio (OR) for anthroposophic lifestyle was always ,1 and lowest at 12 months ...
Anthroposophic Medicine | Quality of Life and Neutropenia in Patients with Early Stage Breast Cancer: A Randomized Pilot Study Comparing Additional Treatment with Mistletow Extract to Chemotherapy Alone by Wilfried Troeger et al
This group has been CLOSED since July 2012! Everybody has migrated to Facebook, but if youre still into Yahoo anthroposophical groups, try Jean-Marcs latest: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/rudolfsteiner_anthroposophy_parousia/ Anthroposophy Tomorrow is now on lit de parade. This means that well keep the archived messages available for the general public on a permanent basis, but there will be no more subscriptions and only moderators can post messages (once or twice a year for the sole purpose of keeping the group from being deleted.)
This group has been CLOSED since July 2012! Everybody has migrated to Facebook, but if youre still into Yahoo anthroposophical groups, try Jean-Marcs latest: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/rudolfsteiner_anthroposophy_parousia/ Anthroposophy Tomorrow is now on lit de parade. This means that well keep the archived messages available for the general public on a permanent basis, but there will be no more subscriptions and only moderators can post messages (once or twice a year for the sole purpose of keeping the group from being deleted.)
My statement Anthroposophy is NEVER taught in Steiner Schools is not misleading at all, it is simply a statement of fact.. You dont say… Did you know that Steiner believed Eurythmy is the embodiment of Anthroposophy? Its the childrens version. The spiritual movements of Eurythmy are intended to fill the childrens souls with Anthroposophy. Just to refresh the memory of readers, Eurythmy is mandatory for every child - every day, in every grade, in every Waldorf school. Heres Steiner on the subject: I speak in all humility when I say that within the Anthroposophical Movement there is a firm conviction that a spiritual impulse of this kind must now, at the present time, enter once more into human evolution. And this spiritual impulse must perforce, among its other means of expression, embody itself in a new form of art. It will increasingly be realised that this particular form of art has been given to the world in Eurythmy.. It is the task of Anthroposophy to bring a greater depth, a ...
My statement Anthroposophy is NEVER taught in Steiner Schools is not misleading at all, it is simply a statement of fact.. You dont say… Did you know that Steiner believed Eurythmy is the embodiment of Anthroposophy? Its the childrens version. The spiritual movements of Eurythmy are intended to fill the childrens souls with Anthroposophy. Just to refresh the memory of readers, Eurythmy is mandatory for every child - every day, in every grade, in every Waldorf school. Heres Steiner on the subject: I speak in all humility when I say that within the Anthroposophical Movement there is a firm conviction that a spiritual impulse of this kind must now, at the present time, enter once more into human evolution. And this spiritual impulse must perforce, among its other means of expression, embody itself in a new form of art. It will increasingly be realised that this particular form of art has been given to the world in Eurythmy.. It is the task of Anthroposophy to bring a greater depth, a ...
Learn why eurythmy therapy, a component of anthroposophic medicine, may help those with Hepatitis C by delivering an active approach toward liver wellness.
Weleda medicines were developed by doctors practising anthroposophic medicine to provide an extension to the conventional medicines available to them. The anthroposophic approach to medical care is an holistic one, which aims to treat the whole person and not just the illness or symptoms. The main aim of anthroposophic
The notion of robotic personality is based on anthropomorphism, a tendency for people to think of certain objects or machines as having human-like characteristics. Anthropomorphism is not new. In the 1800s, Charles Babbage conceived a device called the Analytical Engine that seemed as if it would have a sense of aliveness. Today, computers and robots have brought anthropomorphism out of the realm of science fiction.. Robots can be programmed to rescue a human from a burning building or to administer medication in a hospital. Through machine learning, AI programs can learn from their mistakes (or from the errors of their users), improving performance over time. Machines can generate order from chaos, one of the prime criteria scientists use to define life.. In science-fiction books and movies, computers and androids are easy to anthropomorphize. A well-known example of anthropomorphism with respect to a computer occurs in the novel and movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. In this story, a spacecraft is ...
Today I would like to return to the subject of an earlier lecture given here in Bern and to pursue it further along the lines of what I am convinced must now be discussed among us. It is clear to me that definite things demanded by the signs of our difficult times must be said in public anthroposophical lectures, so that they will penetrate human ears. I am also convinced that definite spiritual scientific truths must now be spoken of among us.. In the previous lecture to which I refer, I described the participation in earthly life of souls who have gone through the portal of death. We undertook to study the type and manner of the impulses of the so-called dead, who continue to participate in what is done by human beings here on earth, and how connections are made between the forces of the so-called dead and those of the living. Today I wish to say more about this.. It must first be made clear that above all it is necessary for life between death and a new birth to be presented in a certain ...
Table 3: Depression, Comorbidities, and Prescriptions of Antidepressants in a German Network of GPs and Specialists with Subspecialisation in Anthroposophic Medicine: A Longitudinal Observational Study
Access Consciousness The Bars - A 32 energetic points on the head corresponding to any area of your life that you would like to change. It deletes all the points of view that limit you regarding money, control, creativity, aging, communication, sadness, joy, body, sexuality, time and space, hopes and dreams, healing and more.. Acupressure - A type of Asian healing art based on ancient Japanese and Chinese medicine. A practitioner puts pressure on specific points on the body with his or her fingers in order to relieve pain and discomfort, prevent tension-related ailments, and promote good health. Click here for local providers. Acupuncture - The Chinese practice of gently inserting fine needles into the body at specific points to cure disease, relieve pain and balance the energy systems in the body. Click here for local providers. Anthroposophic Medicine: A holistic and human-centered approach to medicine that uses all of the tools of conventional medicine, as well as aspects of spiritual science ...
Additionally, addressing the symptoms rather than the cause allows the disease process to continue unchecked and will lead to more and more symptoms as the body continues to try to bring itself back into balance. The first time I remember coming across this concept was in an article in Mothering Magazine when Roo was a baby. The article was an introduction to anthroposophic medicine and was the first time Id heard of it. Im sure there were many fascinating things in that article had I been in a place to hear them, but the one thing that really stuck with me was that the minor illnesses of childhood such as fevers were attempts by the body to restore balance. Whether they said this or not I dont remember, but I understood that they arose from homeostatic mechanisms. I have come to realize that the ability of the body to take steps, such as spike a fever to restore itself to balance, is what health is. For years Roo would get sick but never had a fever. I realized that this was not a sign of ...
When performing eurythmy with music (also called tone eurythmy), the three major elements of music, melody, harmony and rhythm, are all expressed.[3] The melody is primarily conveyed through expressing its rise and fall; the specific pitches; and the intervallic qualities present. Harmony is expressed through movement between tension and release, as expressions of dissonance and consonance, and between the more inwardly directed minor mood and the outwardly directed major mood. Rhythm is chiefly conveyed through livelier and more contoured movements for quick notes, slower, dreamier movements for longer notes; in addition, longer tones move into the more passive (listening) back space, quicker tones into the more active front space. Breaths or pauses are expressed through a larger or smaller movement in space, giving new impulse to what follows. Beat is conveyed through greater emphasis of downbeats, or those beats upon which stress is normally placed. Beat is generally treated as a subsidiary ...
I write this piece with some hesitancy and doubt, being only too aware of how little I know about the subject. Yet I feel that these present times are calling for a new type of eurythmy and that it is vital for all our futures that eurythmy should evolve to meet a new set of…
I write this piece with some hesitancy and doubt, being only too aware of how little I know about the subject. Yet I feel that these present times are calling for a new type of eurythmy and that it is vital for all our futures that eurythmy should evolve to meet a new set of…
100 Years of Eurythmy Part ONE takes up the Introduction with an emphasis on the CONSONANTS. (completed) Part TWO will take up the VOWELS (Part TWO - A Completed click this link) Part TWO - B of the Vowels (not completed) Part THREE will address aspects of the Dramatic Arts. (COMPLETED CLICK LINK) Eurythmy was…
On the harmonisation of the warmth organism, and the design forces in the case of localised inflammation in the motion and the nerve-sense System. 27.97€ 30.39€ ...
Open peer review is a system where authors know who the reviewers are, and the reviewers know who the authors are. If the manuscript is accepted, the named reviewer reports are published alongside the article. Pre-publication versions of the article and author comments to reviewers are available by contacting [email protected] All previous versions of the manuscript and all author responses to the reviewers are also available.. You can find further information about the peer review system here.. ...
Background Each year, patient nonadherence to treatment advice costs the US healthcare system more than $300 billion and results in 250,000 deaths. Developing virtual consultations to promote adherence could improve public health while cutting healthcare costs and usage. However, inconsistencies in the realism of computer-animated humans may cause them to appear eerie, a phenomenon termed the uncanny valley. Eeriness could reduce a virtual doctors credibility and patients adherence. Methods In a 2 × 2 × 2 between-groups posttest-only experiment, 738 participants played the role of a patient in a hypothetical virtual consultation with a doctor. The consultation varied in the doctors Character (good or poor bedside manner), Outcome (received a fellowship or sued for malpractice), and Depiction (a recorded video of a real human actor or of his 3D computer-animated double). Character, Outcome, and Depiction were designed to manipulate the doctors level of warmth, competence, and realism, respectively.
Individuals can perceive the properties of an attached or grasped object by wielding it through muscular effort-an ability referred to as dynamic or effortful touch. Sensitivity to the forces...
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In 1921 Pharmacists and physicians gathered in Switzerland under the guidance of Dr. Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy, to create a natural and personal care company later called WELEDA.
Description We are looking for a joyful and enthusiastic person who loves children and is deeply interested in the domestic activity surrounding early childhood such as cooking, gardening, music, storytelling and handcrafts. Someone who is committed to Anthroposophy and ongoing self-development and has knowledge of Steiner Early Childhood Education. The co-educator has an integral role to play in the Kindergarten program and is a valued team member. Not only is the co-educator a support for the teacher but, due to the nature of the work, he or she is a role model for the children. A key component of their day is the preparation and care of food and its consumption. ...
In this article, the author identifies key aspects of adolescent pedagogy in Rudolf Steiners anthroposophy and considers them in terms of their educational potential. The second part, published here, focuses on the significance of puberty for the process of individuation. The article first appeared in
Tron was not a big hit, he said of the 1982 film that recently yielded a sequel that again used his design work as a starting point for some of its digital creations. The movie went out in theaters in the same week as E.T. and, oh, that was a disaster for it. There was also Blade Runner and [Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan] that summer so it was a battle of giants. Tron was a piece of energy trying to survive. It is still alive. It survives. And the new movie is what Steven wanted to do back then but at that time CG was very odd and we were pioneers. I almost did the first computer-animated feature after that, it was called Star Watcher, we had the story, we had the preparation done, we were ready to start. But it came apart; the company did not give us the approval. It was too far, the concept to do everything in computer animation. We were waiting, waiting, and then our producer died in a car accident. Everything collapsed. That was my third contribution to animation and my worst ...
Tron was not a big hit, he said of the 1982 film that recently yielded a sequel that again used his design work as a starting point for some of its digital creations. The movie went out in theaters in the same week as E.T. and, oh, that was a disaster for it. There was also Blade Runner and [Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan] that summer so it was a battle of giants. Tron was a piece of energy trying to survive. It is still alive. It survives. And the new movie is what Steven wanted to do back then but at that time CG was very odd and we were pioneers. I almost did the first computer-animated feature after that, it was called Star Watcher, we had the story, we had the preparation done, we were ready to start. But it came apart; the company did not give us the approval. It was too far, the concept to do everything in computer animation. We were waiting, waiting, and then our producer died in a car accident. Everything collapsed. That was my third contribution to animation and my worst ...
|p|The Smurfs 2 is a 2013 American 3D live-action/computer-animated comedy film and a sequel to the 2011 film The Smurfs. It is loosely based on The Smurfs
Guest host Lynn Neary talks with Chris Wedge, director of the new computer-animated film Ice Age. The movie, which opened this weekend, features the voices of Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, and Dennis Leary. {For more information, visit www.iceagemovie.com.}
Scene from Cars 2 where Redline is being killed. Cars 2 is a 2011 American computer-animated action film produced by Pixar, and it is the sequel to the 2006 ...
Heres another addition to the ongoing glut of computer-animated comedies and a pleasant enough adventure remarkable especially for its visual dexterity, writes Rashid Irani.
Interest continues to grow in the use of converting real-world data into real-world evidence to help augment gold standard clinical trial evidence and inform health care decision making. The panelists explored several of the concerns regarding the use of real-world evidence, including lack of randomization, data quality, potential for spurious results due to data mining, and how medical coding complexity can make it difficult to reproduce results. While these issues do influence perceptions of the credibility and use of real-world data, the ISPOR-ISPE Special Task Force is working to develop recommendations to help ease these concerns and make real-world evidence more useful for health care decision makers.. The panelists presented the ISPOR-ISPE Special Task Force recommendations and discussed their potential feasibility and acceptability among health care decision makers in real-world settings. The ISPOR-ISPE initiative is planning to produce two coordinated task force reports that propose ...
Some citations have links to full-text .pdf files:. Alstott, J. and Timberlake, W. (2009). Effects of rat sex differences and lighting on locomotor exploration of a circular open field with free-standing central corners and without peripheral walls. Behavioural Brain Research, 196, 214-219. PDF. Fernandez, E. J. and Timberlake, W. (2008). Mutual benefits of research collaborations between zoos and academic institutions. Zoo Biology, 27, 470-487. PDF. Gillman, A., Kosobud, A., and Timberlake, W. (2008). Pre- and post-nicotine circadian activity rhythms can be differentiated by a paired environmental cue. Physiology & Behavior, 93, 337-350. PDF. Timberlake, W., Sinning, S., and Leffel, J. (2007). Beacon training in a water maze can facilitate as well as interfere with subsequent room cue learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 33, 225-243. PDF. Timberlake, W. (2007). Anthropomorphism revisited. Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews, 2, 139-144. PDF. Kosobud, ...
Anthropomorphism is attributing human terms to animal behaviours and looks at why it can be a problem if we do it to our horses; Dublin Clothing explains how to fit a childs body protector; Vicki Roycroft, International showjumper, talks about two or three point position between jumps; Associate Professor Krishona Martinson covers the subject of soaking horses hay.. ...
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Lucinda Coles engaging book expands the repertory and shapes the direction of the field of animal studies. This work offers us a new subject of inquiry-in animals regarded as vermin-and it uses these imperfect creatures to extend our understanding of the significance of shared community. Animal studies has advanced our understanding of the community or commonality of beings, human and non-human, through a range of methods and materials. Coles book reveals the ways in which the rats, lice, frogs, dogs, and other vile beings in Shakespeare, Shadwell, Cowley, Defoe, and others demonstrate a heterarchical approach to human/non-human difference. These vile animal beings extend our understanding of the ways in which the engagement with non-human beings systematically raises, tests, and interrogates structures of hierarchy and expectations of anthropomorphism ...
Many in the furry community are inspired by Japan. Discover the newest cre - ators and history of Japanese anthropomorphism: Kemono. Feudal Japan hadfurry anthro fans, too. In fact, Japan has a long and rich history with animalsand humans being of li
Discover a new contemporary art installation reimagining Thomas Bewicks birthplace, using anthropomorphism to create a connection between humans and birds
Im not a fan of Orangina, and this advertisement doesnt really help much in that respect. The concept of anthropomorphism does not put me ...
Approximately 55% of dogs and 53% of cats in the US are considered overweight or obese The domestication of dogs and cats and, more recently, their anthropomorphism, have drastically changed their environment and social behavior
Alternative treatments for inflammatory diseases, chronic fatigue, cancer, diabetes and more. TOM COWAN, MD, is principal author of The Fourfold Path to Healing, has a family practice in San Francisco from where he serves patients across North America and trains medical professionals in holistic medicine and treatment. Dr. Cowan has served as vice president of the Physicians Association for Anthroposophical Medicine and is a founding board member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. He publishes a free bimonthly newsletter, The Fourfold Path to Healing.. SALLY FALLON MORELL is the founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and is a major spokesperson for wholesome nutrition. The author of the best-selling Nourishing Traditions, she travels the world, lecturing and teaching on healthy nutrition and traditional cuisine to thousands of people. Sally has also written numerous articles on the complex subject of diet and health for various health publications.. JAIMEN MCMILLAN is founder of ...
Sitting there with our feverish and congested child in the middle of the night, it was all we could do not to panic and rush her straight to the hospital for antibiotics. But because of our commitment to avoid them, we called our anthroposophical doctor, who told us to do three lemon wraps a day.
Sitting there with our feverish and congested child in the middle of the night, it was all we could do not to panic and rush her straight to the hospital for antibiotics. But because of our commitment to avoid them, we called our anthroposophical doctor, who told us to do three lemon wraps a day.
The term anthropomorphism was coined by the Greek philosopher Xenophanes when describing the similarity between religious believers and their gods - that is, Greek gods were depicted having light skin and blue eyes while African gods had dark skin and brown eyes. Neuroscience research has shown that similar brain regions are involved when we think about the behavior of both humans and of nonhuman entities, suggesting that anthropomorphism may be using similar processes as those used for thinking about other people.. Anthropomorphism carries many important implications. For example, thinking of a nonhuman entity in human ways renders it worthy of moral care and consideration. In addition, anthropomorphized entities become responsible for their own actions - that is, they become deserving of punishment and reward.. Although we like to anthropomorphize, we do not assign human qualities to each and every single object we encounter. What accounts for this selectivity? One factor is similarity. An ...
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Many tales portray animals that mimic human behavior and characteristics by conversing, walking erectly, dressing in clothing, and inhabiting houses. Across myriad cultures and throughout history, stories and myths that feature anthropomorphism have helped us understand and relate to the natural world. This device is especially common, even expected, in children&rsquo;s literature. Among the most enduring anthropomorphic stories is Beauty and the Beast, retold and reimagined in various...
Phytotherapy is the study of the use of extracts of natural origin as medicines or health-promoting agents. Phytotherapy medicines differ from plant-derived medicines in standard pharmacology. Where standard pharmacology isolates an active compound from a given plant, phytotherapy aims to preserve the complexity of substances from a given plant with relatively less processing.. CLICK & SEE. Phytotherapy is distinct from homeopathy and anthroposophic medicine, and avoids mixing plant and synthetic bioactive substances. Traditional phytotherapy is a synonym for herbalism and regarded as alternative medicine by much of Western medicine.. Phytotherapy is a synergistic approach to health-care, combining the best of science, medicine and nature into a personalised, holistic natural medicine solution for you and your family.. Phytotherapists are medically trained to diagnose and treat a broad range of diseases.It also incorporates disease prevention, diet and nutrition, compounding and dispensing of ...
Phytotherapy is the study of the use of extracts of natural origin as medicines or health-promoting agents. Phytotherapy medicines differ from plant-derived medicines in standard pharmacology. Where standard pharmacology isolates an active compound from a given plant, phytotherapy aims to preserve the complexity of substances from a given plant with relatively less processing.. Phytotherapy is distinct from homeopathy and anthroposophic medicine, and avoids mixing plant and synthetic bioactive substances. Traditional phytotherapy is a synonym for herbalism and regarded as alternative medicine by much of Western medicine. Although the medicinal and biological effects of many plant constituents such as alkaloids (morphine, atropine etc.) have been proven through clinical studies, there is debate about the efficacy and the place of phytotherapy in medical therapies.. Many herbs have shown positive results in-vitro, animal model or small-scale clinical tests,[1] while studies on some herbal ...
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For the thirteenth time in a row, fake treatments based on extreme dilutions of plant parts and heavy metals have been given an extended exemption from medical regulations in Sweden. The homeopathic products come from the Vidar Clinic located at Järna in the heart of the Swedish anthroposophy movement. Although Swedish law protects patients from…
But how can we tell whether our own mental images are accurate or vivid when we have no direct comparison? That is, how do we come to know and judge the contents of our own minds?. Mental imagery is typically thought to be a private phenomenon, which makes it difficult to test peoples metacognition of - or knowledge about -their own mental imagery. But a novel study, to be published in a forthcoming issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, capitalizes on the visual phenomenon of binocular rivalry as a way to test this kind of metacognition.. The studys authors, Joel Pearson of the University of New South Wales, Rosanne Rademaker of Maastricht University, and Frank Tong of Vanderbilt University, wanted to find out if people have accurate knowledge about their own imagery performance. Participants were asked to imagine a particular pattern - a green circle with vertical lines or a red circle with horizontal lines - and rate how vivid the circle was ...
In another experiment individuals tossed a beanbag towards a gift card worth $25 or $0, winning the card if the beanbag landed on it. Volunteers threw the beanbag much closer if the gift card was worth $25 vs. $0 - they underthrew the beanbag when attempting to win the $25 gift card because they saw the card as being closer to them ...
Minerals and plants encounter each other in the region of the roots. The plant continuously enlivens the dead mineral substances of the soil and takes them up all the way to the flower. This it exposes them to the influence of the in-streaming peripheral forces. Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica L.), ground ivy (Glechoma hedera L.) and tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) serve as examples to show showing how different plants are able to take up specific minerals. The unique manufacturing process for vegetabilized metals (Weleda) first developed in anthroposophical pharmacy was first introduced by Rudolf Steiner in 1921 in the 7th lecture of Anthroposophical Spiritual Science and Medical Therapy. Plants are grown in soil treated with a particular metal. They transform the mineral metal forces by brining in the forces active in nature. The effect is enhanced by using this metal-fertilized plant itself as a kind of fertilizing agent. The medicinal products obtained in this way should according to Rudolf ...
The later Theosophical arrangement was taken up by Alice Bailey, and from there found its way (with variations) into the New Age worldview. It is also associated with the human aura observed through Kirlian photography and Kilner screens. The anthroposophical view of the human being found in Rudolf Steiners Anthroposophical teachings usually referred to only the Etheric and Astral Bodies. However, Steiner also used a threefold classification of body, soul, and spirit as well as a sevenfold and a ninefold description. Max Heindel divided the subtle body into: Vital Body made of Ether, our instrument for specializing the vital energy of the sun, seen by clairvoyant vision to extend about an inch and a half outside the body; the Desire body, which is our emotional nature and pervades both the vital and dense bodies, seen by clairvoyant vision to extend about 16 inches outside our visible body, related to the Desire World; and the Mental body, which functions like a mirror, reflects the outer world ...
A Collection of Anthroposophical Thinkers. Over 1200 Pages of The Best Articles & Thoughts On Anthroposophical Science Ever collected. A must For Anyone Interested in Subtle Vibratory Physics, Ether Physics, Counterspace, & similar Thought. Not to be Missed! Abbreviated Contents: Warmth Expansion In Etheric Space; Postulates of Euclid; Pictorial Representations of Complex Functions; The Chambered Nautilus; Imaginariness of Imaginary numbers; Arguments For An Intentional Logic; Laws Of Form by G. Spencer Brown; Crystallinity, Form & Symmetry; Lattice Points; Group Theory; Seventeen Plane Space Froups; Path Curves In One & Two Dimensions; Frieze Groups; Group Theory For The Ear; Planetary Rhythms; Path Curves In 3 Dimensions; Self-Dual N3 Configuration; Imaging The Plane In a Line or Point; Planetary Loops & Geometry Of Free Curves; Plant Bud Forms As Invariants Of Path Curve Transformations; Three-Valued Logic; Creation Out of Nothing; Mathematical Models; Models of Planetary Spacing In solar ...
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Guiding principle. True chamomile can be distinguished from others by the cushion of air between the florets and the receptacle. The delicate white corolla around the golden yellow florets, the discreet little leaves and the branching stalks give the whole plant an airy quality, which we can recognize in its healing aspect. It primarily affects organs hampered by blockages of air, such as when air is trapped in the stomach or intestines, or in a congested nose ...
I wonder how to engage in wine consumption while remaining mindful of what were up against. And so I try to keep the ecological impact of what and how I drink close to heart. A wine made from grapes that were not sprayed with fungicides and pesticides is certainly better, from a strictly ecological perspective, than one that was.. Contemporary biodynamic practice does attempt to address the harmful effects of chemical additives - thats one aspect of it. I have even overheard several wine professionals, desperate to make biodynamics relevant and understandable, describe it as basically, organics on steroids. But biodynamics in full is after something much larger than restricting chemicals. It is an all-encompassing agricultural, philosophical, ethical and spiritual system, pointed toward cultivating health rather than treating symptoms.. Biodynamics was developed in the early 20th century by the Austrian educator, farmer and theorist Rudolf Steiner. Steiners philosophy of anthroposophy led ...
One of the main lessons of Ryan, Chris Landreths short computer animated biography of Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, is the same as this seasons other computer-effects extravaganza, Star Wars Episode 3, and that is: child prodigies rarely pursue a constant upward tragectory. Whether its a spectacular, violent flame-out like Yukio Mishima, (or Anakin Skywalker), or the more common gradual descent into creepy irrelevance of, say, Saul Kripke, your own is always the toughest act to follow.. Ryan Larkin joined the National Film Board in the 1960s at age 19, and created three short animations, Syrinx, Walking, and Street Musique, all of which are included as extras on the DVD, along with Landreths two other computer-animated shorts, the end and Bingo. All of these are worth seeing; the contrast between Landreths work, with its dark humour and pomo ironic self-awareness, and the simplicity, psychedelic beauty and personality of Larkins work, is remarkable. There doesnt seem to be a single ...
Inside Jokes: Many times, nicknames are given in the midst of an inside joke in the making, completely unplanned, and somehow it just ends up sticking. By using this site you agree to the following Terms of Use. Read more - Cookie Policy. Sometimes nicknames were formed by adding a y or ey to the end of a name or part of a name - i.e. Adolf Twitler: A pun on Adolf Hitler. Late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel unleashed a new nickname on President Donald Trump Wednesday. But in the all time greatest aspect, Jimi wins by a fine margin. 0 0. rachrawrr. (He jimmied the door open, for example.) Nickname - Immy Nicknames, cool fonts, symbols and tags for Immy - Imogen, immy, jimmy, imMy sharma, Imaan, Imagen. According to Wikipedia: Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius is a 2001 American computer-animated science fiction comedy film produced by Nickelodeon Movies, O Entertainment and DNA Productions, and distributed by Paramount Pictures. RM // Kim Namjoon; God of Destruction (he is clumsy),RapMon (his old name ...
The creators of Shrek and the Wallace & Gromit films team up for this computer-animated comedy about rodents living beneath the London streets. Featuring the...
The health care systems of the European Union (EU) member states have been subject to continuous reform over the last twenty years, mainly stemming from the pressures of aging populations and challenges in reforming public budgets. Over the same period, the EU witnessed its biggest enlargement (the so called big bang) that brought in ten new countries - almost all of which belong to the group of transition countries. The enlargement in 2004 (and the subsequent one in 2007)a also allowed for the possibility of both patients and medical staff to migrate across borders, thus adding further layers of complexity to the extant national health care systems. Given this background, an evaluation of peoples perception of health care quality (and of patient safety) is a high-priority task, not least because a careful examination of factors that influence perceptions of health care quality could provide the basis for effective policy action aimed at improving access to services and the quality of ...
In May 2016, the Illinois Appellate Court reversed Mastersons convictions and ordered a new trial. In light of the fact that the defendants conviction rested upon the repudiated pre-trial statements of Rosado and Payton and the identification testimony of three witnesses who had initially told the police that the person they saw…was a Hispanic male, we believe that the proposed testimony…regarding the factors which may influence perception and affect the reliability of eyewitness identification would have been both probative and relevant and would have aided the jury in determining the trustworthiness of the identification of the defendant by Evans, Tankson and Randle, the court ruled ...
Once the movie gets rolling, its a case of anthropomorphism run amuck. The fun really kicks in with the introduction of a cute little bunny named Snowball (Kevin Hart, Central Intelligence) along with a menagerie of snakes, lizards, cats, tarantulas and all other manner of flushed pets who form his gang.. Snowball used to be a magicians best friend, a key component of his magic act. Then cute little bunnies became passé in the magic scene. That turn sent Snowball to the dark side of pet life - and led to his rise as a gang leader in the sewers. At turns, hes a cutesy little ball of fluff then hes a raging maniac of pure, unbridled and unleased pet aggression.. It all serves as passable entertainment that does a modestly decent job of keeping all ages entertained. In particular, Max and Duke find themselves in a hot dog factory and the result is a wildly hallucinatory out-of-body fantasy for the duo.. More of that kind of out-there inventiveness couldve lifted Pets to a higher level, but ...
Ive been struggling to capture a decent image of a gastrotrich for quite a while, but this afternoon this obliging example (Chaetonotus sp., I think) paused just long enough in my field of view for me to record it. Gastrotrichs are miniature aquatic equivalents of the roadrunner, always on the move - although in this case propelled by a layer of beating cilia on their underside (gastrotrich means hairy stomach) rather than legs. This one seemed to be feeding. That circular mouth, surrounded by a ring of tiny teeth, and the muscular pharynx that it leads to ingest just about anything that the animal collides with and thats small enough to enter the gap. The outer covering of cuticular spines give this gastrotrich a fearsome appearence and if you are smaller that it is (i.e. less than about a quarter of a millimetre) the sight of one of these high-speed hunters hurtling towards you must be a nightmare - not that pond life suffers from nightmares; sorry, lapsed into anthropomorphism there. Been ...
Gr 5-7-Dog lovers will find plenty of useful activities and helpful advice in this title. Children are invited to read the safety tips at the start, then skip around to their favorite activity. They can learn how to make a footprint and nose print of their pet, take Spots pulse, test canine cranial nerves, find Fidos favorite food, give a massage, etc. Safety hints include how to avoid bites and what to do if a menacing dog approaches. Most activities require only a few readily available tools and supplies. The type is set amid plenty of white space. Colorful cartoon illustrations portray myriad hounds and their multiethnic human friends. Abundant anthropomorphism is used as a visual aid to the lively text. A yawn with your dog activity shows poodle and girl yawning at each other. A discussion of the heart depicts a bulldog clipping out valentines. And smiling pups are everywhere. Additional information is set apart in green-rimmed fact bubbles. Fun, enlightening fare for inquisitive dog ...
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The deeper reason for Handes dissatisfaction is probably that what he wants is not a defense of theism against arguments from evil, but a full-blown theodicy. Not everyone appreciates the difference. A theodicy would seek to explain why God allows (or, on some views, causes) evil and to justify God for doing so. Its understandable why people want this sort of justification; because most people approach God primarily in religious contexts that encourage various kinds of anthropomorphism, it is very tempting to imagine that God is basically just a really powerful person. When a person causes or allows some evil to occur, we quite reasonably want an explanation from him, and it can become impossible to believe that he is really a good person if we dont get one. But an essential component in any intellectually respectable, adult belief in God (whether purely philosophical or as part of religious faith) is understanding that God is not a person or a mind or a moral agent in anything like a literal ...
The deeper reason for Handes dissatisfaction is probably that what he wants is not a defense of theism against arguments from evil, but a full-blown theodicy. Not everyone appreciates the difference. A theodicy would seek to explain why God allows (or, on some views, causes) evil and to justify God for doing so. Its understandable why people want this sort of justification; because most people approach God primarily in religious contexts that encourage various kinds of anthropomorphism, it is very tempting to imagine that God is basically just a really powerful person. When a person causes or allows some evil to occur, we quite reasonably want an explanation from him, and it can become impossible to believe that he is really a good person if we dont get one. But an essential component in any intellectually respectable, adult belief in God (whether purely philosophical or as part of religious faith) is understanding that God is not a person or a mind or a moral agent in anything like a literal ...
When people are prompted to give an account of what God is and they know that what they say is under scrutiny, they are inclined to describe a theologically correct being. That is, after centuries of debate and scholarly inquiry, philosophers and theologians have developed a highly abstract description of a being who possesses a set of carefully defined properties. Questions and challenges about the notion of God that the Old Testament Hebrews touted, for instance, have led us to explain God in ways that are less easily rejected as implausible. The general direction of these accounts has been away from anthropomorphism. The most simple, and objectionable, accounts of God that has been present in traditions have been highly anthropomorphic. God is conceived of as a person who occupies specific times and places, perhaps the way we do. He goes walking in the Garden of Eden, he argues with contrary humans, he impregnates women, he has desires and beliefs, he learns about events, he reacts to human ...
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Vulturo asks me to spell out my position on Laloo Pradad Yadav (LPY). A commentator on my last post accuses me of being ambivalent like any politician as my previous post vacillates from pro-Laloo to anti-Laloo and back again. So let me make things more explicit. To me LPY is an anthropomorphism of the filth…
Over a 1-2 year period, 40 cancer patients experiencing poorly controlled pain will be enrolled in to a prospective single-arm cohort study, in which they will receive an orally administered cannabis oil formulation as an add-on therapy to current treatment regimens. Subjects entering the acute study phase will be titrated to a tolerated dose at which a sustained pain response is reached, and may subsequently enter a 12 week chronic phase during which safety and durability of pain response will be assessed at their stable dose ...
In Europe, we have chiropractors, homeopaths, naturopaths and anthroposophical physicians who recommend to their patients not to vaccinate their children. In
In the case of existing of knee joint pain in connection with osteoarthritis, can come in the most natural healing practices Ausleitverfahren. Baunscheid animals and cupping have a positive impact on the complaints. But also the self-blood therapy has a pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effect, yet at the same time, the defense will be strengthened. Wheal treatments around the knee joint, performed, by appropriate means, from Anthroposophical medicine can also provide Relief.. All in all, a healthy diet that is rich in fresh fruit and vegetables and a low proportion of animal products, important to the over-Acidification of the organism to counteract. In the case of existing obesity is a weight management should be sought. Herbal medicine has in its Portfolio of pain-relieving and stimulating metabolism of the plants. The devils claw, horsetail, and nettle are used in conjunction with the knee joint pain. Frankincense, known to the Church, was already used in ancient times for the treatment ...
Paracelsus so loved minerals that he even preferred to augment plant tinctures with the ash from the burned plant, forming what he called a spagyric remedy. This reflected his belief that the mineral component of a plant has especially strong healing powers, without which the tincture is an incomplete healing agent [Coulter, I, 350, 413, 421, 443; II, 51]. Again, this reflects a strong preference for mineral drugs, and also the notion that the unique life-force of each plant specially concocts a subtle blend of minerals from the soil, which becomes sealed with the spiritual imprint of the plants life-force. These ideas and techniques also found transmission through Goethe [1749-1832] to Rudolph Steiner [1861-1925] and sprouted in his anthroposophical medicine [Hill, 29], where similar techniques are still employed.. All such arcane knowledge, Hahnemann could easily have accessed - and very probably did - in the many esoteric medical and alchemical texts in Brukenthals great library in ...
dlm hal ni, kita x bleh nk agk sbb kdg2 benda2 mcm ni dtg dgn sndirinya. kdg2 wlaupun kite nk lari dpd brcinta, tp last2 brcinta gk. benda ni slalunya brlaku mse kt IPT la klu korang prasan kan. Soal perlu ke x brcinta ni, klu korang tnya mne2 pakar motivasi pn, msti jwapanya x. Mmg la, mse ni kite kena fokus studi. Yg mne lg pnting cinta atau studi? cinta ni kite xtau smpai mne ia akan brkekalan, lgpun dgn cinta je x mnjamin mse depan kite n psangan kita. Tp klu kita fokus kpd studi itu lah yg akan mnjamin mse depan kita. X payah la risau psal nk couple, kan jodoh dh ditentukan Allah, so, ape nk kesah lg kan..Ok lah, ad org ckp mmber die couple bgai nk rak, tp brjaya jgk. Dlm soal ni, kita xleh nk samakan diri kita dgn dia. Ada sesetengah org, diorang jdikan brcinta tu sbg tonik utk studi dan brjaya. tp, adakah kita bleh jdkan itu sbg teladan baik utk kita? tahniah la klu ad couple yg bleh smpai tahap mcm tu, tp kita kena ingat, rmbut sama hitam tp hati lain2..skali kita trjebak dlm alam ...
dlm hal ni, kita x bleh nk agk sbb kdg2 benda2 mcm ni dtg dgn sndirinya. kdg2 wlaupun kite nk lari dpd brcinta, tp last2 brcinta gk. benda ni slalunya brlaku mse kt IPT la klu korang prasan kan. Soal perlu ke x brcinta ni, klu korang tnya mne2 pakar motivasi pn, msti jwapanya x. Mmg la, mse ni kite kena fokus studi. Yg mne lg pnting cinta atau studi? cinta ni kite xtau smpai mne ia akan brkekalan, lgpun dgn cinta je x mnjamin mse depan kite n psangan kita. Tp klu kita fokus kpd studi itu lah yg akan mnjamin mse depan kita. X payah la risau psal nk couple, kan jodoh dh ditentukan Allah, so, ape nk kesah lg kan..Ok lah, ad org ckp mmber die couple bgai nk rak, tp brjaya jgk. Dlm soal ni, kita xleh nk samakan diri kita dgn dia. Ada sesetengah org, diorang jdikan brcinta tu sbg tonik utk studi dan brjaya. tp, adakah kita bleh jdkan itu sbg teladan baik utk kita? tahniah la klu ad couple yg bleh smpai tahap mcm tu, tp kita kena ingat, rmbut sama hitam tp hati lain2..skali kita trjebak dlm alam ...
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Hansson has criticized anthroposophy as a pseudo-science. He has published numerous articles and books in Swedish and in ... Hansson, Sven Ove (1991). "Is anthroposophy science?". Conceptus XXV (64). pp. 37-49. Archived from the original on 2002-04-20 ... to criticism of the Swedish branch of the CSICOP for its publication the previous year of a critical anthology on anthroposophy ...
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English anthroposophy was limited to a small anonymous club until after World War I. After a split occurred between younger ... Anthroposophy Biodynamic agriculture Camphill Movement Threefold social order Waldorf education Seija Zimmermann (2015), ... Lía Tummer, Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy for Beginners, Writers and Readers Publishing, ISBN 0-86316-286-X, pp. 166. " ... About 10,000 institutions base their work on anthroposophy, including schools, farms, medical practices, and communities for ...
Architecture and Anthroposophy. [Arkhitektura i Antroposofiia.] Ed., contributor, transl., photogr. Hardcover M: KMK, 2001 ISBN ... Architecture and Anthroposophy. [Arkhitektura i Antroposofiia.] Hardcover M: KMK, 2001; 2010. [4] Sokolina, Anna, ed. ... Publications include: Architecture and Anthroposophy (editor, hardcover: M.: KMK, 2001 and 2010, and online access M.: BDN, ... Architecture and Anthroposophy. E-access M: BDN 2019.. ...
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Eliot received her Waldorf High School Teaching diploma from the Center for Anthroposophy in Keene, NH in 2005. Herself a ... "cfa.org". Center for Anthroposophy. Retrieved November 12, 2011. "Honolulu Waldorf School Home Page". Honoluluwaldorf.org. ...
Anthroposophy was meant to apply the systematic methods of the former to the content of the latter For Steiner, the cosmos is ... Architecture and Anthroposophy. 2 editions. 268p. 348 ills. (In Russian with the Summary in English.) Moscow: KMK, 2001 ISBN ... Steiner took the name "Anthroposophy" from the title of a work of the Austrian philosopher Robert von Zimmermann, published in ... Architecture and Anthroposophy. [Arkhitektura i Antroposofiia.] 2 editions. Moscow: KMK, 2001, 2010. 268p. 348 ills. 2001 ISBN ...
Anthroposophy and Anthroposophical Medicine. The Skeptic Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience. ABC-CLIO. pp. 31-32. ISBN 978-1-57607- ... It is the task of Anthroposophy to bring a greater depth, a wider vision and a more living spirit into the other forms of art. ... But the art of Eurythmy could only grow up out of the soul of Anthroposophy; could only receive its inspiration through a ...
Architecture and Anthroposophy. (Arkhitektura i Antroposofiia. bilingual ed.) Anna Sokolina, ed., co-author. 1st and 2nd ... Anna Sokolina, ed., co-author, Architecture and Anthroposophy, "Part One: Origins", "Part Two: New Impulses", 1st and 2nd ...
2006: Anthroposophy and The Philosophy of Freedom. Anthroposophy and its Method of Cognition. The Christological and Cosmic- ... He encountered anthroposophy in his youth, and soon made the decision to devote his life to it. Prokofieff, who published as ... 2004: What is Anthroposophy? Temple Lodge Publishing, Forest Row 2006. 2004: The Mystery of John the Baptist and John the ... Sections of this book are contained in the Appendices to S.O. Prokofieff: Anthroposophy and The Philosophy of Freedom, Temple ...
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Dugan, Dan (1 January 2002). "Anthroposophy and Anthroposophical Medicine". In Michael Shermer (ed.). The Skeptic Encyclopedia ... which he called anthroposophy. Practitioners employ a variety of treatment techniques based upon anthroposophic precepts. Many ...
He is best known as the author of Saving the Appearances: A Study in Idolatry and as a founding father of Anthroposophy in the ... The Case for Anthroposophy. Publishing information:[1] Online [2] Grant, pp. 113-125 Tennyson, "Owen Barfield: Man and Meaning ... This part of Barfield's literary work includes the book The Case for Anthroposophy containing his Introduction to selected ... connection to anthroposophy and the kind of knowledge that imagination can give us… which they affectionately called 'The Great ...
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Ernst, E (2011). "Anthroposophy: A risk factor for noncompliance with measles immunization". The Pediatric Infectious Disease ... ISBN 978-0-465-02356-1. Dugan, Dan (2002-01-01). Michael Shermer (ed.). Anthroposophy and Anthroposophical Medicine. The ... which he called anthroposophy. Practitioners employ a variety of treatment techniques based upon anthroposophic precepts, ...
ISBN 978-0-374-18222-9. McDermott, Robert A. (1992). "Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy". In Faivre, Antoine & Needleman, Jacob ...
McKanan, Dan (2017). "Anthroposophy and the History and Future of Environmentalism". Eco-Alchemy: Anthroposophy and the History ... Paull, John (2012) "Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin, Architects of Anthroposophy", Journal of Bio-Dynamics ... Dugan D (2002). Shermer M (ed.). Anthroposophy and Anthroposophical Medicine. The Skeptic Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience. 2. ABC ... Life and tragedy of a pioneer of biodynamic farming at Demeter Farm and a benefactor of Anthroposophy in Australia, Journal of ...
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"Theosophy and Anthroposophy in Russia". berdyaev.com. Berdyaev Online Bibliotek Library. Retrieved 19 October 2017. Besant, A ... "We ought to be re-united with the traditions of the theosophy and anthroposophy of J.Boehme, in truth with a Christian ... theosophy and anthroposophy. And moreover, even more deeply ought we to be re-united with the traditions of the esoteric, ...
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  • But many people's destiny leads them directly to anthroposophy itself, or via one of its practical initiatives, making it difficult sometimes for them to relate to the cognitive basis of anthroposophy In this unique study Sergei O. Prokofieff offers fresh means of access to Rudolf Sreiner's crucially important book, The Philosophy of Freedom. (barnesandnoble.com)
  • However, the destiny of many leads them directly to Anthroposophy itself, perhaps through one of its practical initiatives such as Waldorf education or biodynamics, sometimes making it difficult to relate to the cognitive basis of Anthroposophy. (fieldsbooks.com)
  • Steiner in 1915 - photo courtesy of the Center for Anthroposophy. (gaia.com)
  • Some people's path to anthroposophy leads them directly to Rudolf Steiner's early work and The Philosophy of Freedom, and this becomes the philosophical basis for their future exploration. (barnesandnoble.com)
  • In Steiner's own words, "One who is willing can indeed find the basic principles of Anthroposophy in my Philosophy of Freedom. (fieldsbooks.com)
  • Yes, right there, on U. of M.'s Integrative Medicine website is anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner's mystical, magical system. (scienceblogs.com)
  • In this post I write about the history of Anthroposophy, and how Steiner's privileged status amongst adherents has obscured understanding of Steiner Waldorf education. (dcscience.net)
  • The more one is committed to Anthroposophy, the more one must accept Steiner's racist 'evolution of consciousness' through the 'root races' and 'sub races. (uncletaz.com)
  • Anthroposophy isn't just 'Steiner's personal religious beliefs. (uncletaz.com)
  • What is Steiner's theory of Anthroposophy? (ukessays.com)
  • Waldorf education is a pedagogy based upon the educational philosophy of the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner , the founder of anthroposophy . (thefullwiki.org)
  • Our first two posts introduced Anthroposophy and our concerns about the state funding of Steiner Waldorf schools through the Free Schools policy. (dcscience.net)
  • Waldorf is the most visible activity of Anthroposophy, an occultist sect founded by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). (religionnewsblog.com)
  • Together, we have performed exhaustive research on Waldorf schools and Anthroposophy, the esoteric, occult religion that both guides and inspires Waldorf teachers. (religionnewsblog.com)
  • This book is the first thorough introduction into the scientific basis of anthroposophy and anthroposophical medicine in the context of academic science. (peterlang.com)
  • If we can thus find the right way of representing Anthroposophy, there will arise among the members the feeling that in the Anthroposophical Society the human being is truly understood . (rsarchive.org)
  • That Steiner was trying to prevent the type of racial and national chauvenism that animated the Third Reich is testified to by the Nazis themselves in their systematic denunciations of Anthroposophy and Steiner himself and their unambiguous efforts to destroy the Anthroposophical Society. (uncletaz.com)
  • The early work of the founder of anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner, culminated in his Philosophy of Freedom (also translated as The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity and Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path). (wikipedia.org)
  • Prokofieff indicates why The Philosophy of Freedom is so important to anthroposophy. (barnesandnoble.com)
  • One who is willing can indeed find the basic principles of anthroposophy in my Philosophy of Freedom' Prokofieff discusses the Christian nature of the anthroposophical method of cognition, and how it is integrally related to freedom and love. (barnesandnoble.com)
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  • In this thread, I endeavored to defend RS and Anthroposophy against the charges of racism and Nazism, and to answer allegations that I am a brainwashed cult-member of sorts. (uncletaz.com)
  • Followers of anthroposophy aim to develop mental faculties of spiritual discovery through a mode of thought independent of sensory experience. (wikipedia.org)
  • The historian of religion Olav Hammer has termed anthroposophy "the most important esoteric society in European history. (wikipedia.org)
  • Publisher and editor are hoping that this new edition will be a valuable contribution to a better understanding of anthroposophy and inspire a long overdue discourse on Steiner in the academic world. (rsarchive.org)
  • The Goetheanum offers a full-year study program, ' Foundations of Anthroposophy ,' in English! (goetheanum.org)
  • Anthroposophy has its roots in German idealist and mystical philosophies. (wikipedia.org)
  • Rooted in the philosophies of Aristotle, Plato, and the German Idealists, anthroposophy is also known as the "spiritual science. (gaia.com)
  • Anthroposophy Tomorrow is a Restricted Group with 395 members. (yahoo.com)
  • page 15] To carry anthroposophical knowledge in one's memory is a sign of imperfection, for Anthroposophy must be a living spring which constantly renews itself within the soul. (doyletics.com)
  • From this definition it follows that anthroposophy is not a dogma or a science in the ordinary sense, but one for the production of which deeper lying forces of knowledge are to be called up. (rsarchive.org)
  • This concurs with the basic concepts of anthroposophy and anthroposophical medicine, the justification of which is discussed in relation to the history and methodology of science as well as evidence based medicine. (peterlang.com)
  • After his break with Theosophy, Steiner founded Anthroposophy , a philosophical method, and spiritual practice. (gaia.com)
  • Anthroposophy, the belief system developed by Rudolf Steiner, undeniably underpins the pedagogy which informs teaching practice in Steiner schools. (dcscience.net)
  • He shows why the book is so important to Anthroposophy as the work in which Steiner lays a foundation for his method of spiritual research. (fieldsbooks.com)
  • And Rudolf Steiner wrote down in English: "Anthroposophy is a knowledge produced by the Higher Self in man. (rsarchive.org)
  • And finally, my mother, through my grandmother and an English friend, heard of this place in Switzerland started by a man named Rudolf Steiner, who established what's called anthroposophy, which is a philosophy involving farming, religion, architecture, you name it. (nhpr.org)
  • ELIANT is an alliance of 10 European associations of applied anthroposophy set up in 2006 to make a civic contribution towards improving quality of life and cultural diversity in Europe. (eliant.eu)
  • Lifestyle factors associated with anthroposophy may lessen the risk of atopy in childhood. (nih.gov)
  • Anthroposophy is a philosophy founded in the early 20th century by the esotericist Rudolf Steiner that postulates the existence of an objective, intellectually comprehensible spiritual world, accessible to human experience. (wikipedia.org)
  • Steiner chose the term anthroposophy (from anthropo-, human, and Sophia, wisdom) to emphasize his philosophy's humanistic orientation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Here he says: "Anthroposophy is a road to knowledge leading the spiritual part of the human being to the spirit of the universe. (rsarchive.org)
  • Besides these two answers given at opposite poles, let us choose, for our purpose, one lying midway, namely: Anthroposophy is such a road to knowledge as the human soul in our time is seeking. (rsarchive.org)
  • from greek a- without + phone sound] anthroposophy n. (cadasb.org)
  • Unger lets us see how Rudolf Steiner created a mandala-like image of Anthroposophy, revealing an ever-expanding cosmology and epistemology that goes far beyond mere philosophy or a belief system to a practical path of spiritual investigation and knowledge for modern humankind. (steinerbooks.org)
  • But WALA is based on a school of early 20th-century European philosophy known as anthroposophy. (nytimes.com)