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Health and Illness: Lectures to the Workmen

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This second volume of nine talks to the workmen of the first Goetheanum retains the vital, colloquial, and spontaneous quality of the first volume. Steiner sheds light on a wide range of topics, including the effects of nicotine, alcohol, cocaine, healing effects of metals during pregnancy, vegetarian diets, rabies, and wasp nests.
Paperback, 155 pages
Published January 1st 1983 by Rudolph Steiner Pr
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Beyond strange. Would be hilarious if I did not know people who believe every word Steiner said.
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Steiner was a philosopher, social thinker, architect, and esotericist.

"Steiner led this movement through several phases. In the first, more philosophically oriented phase, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and mysticism; his philosophical work of these years, which he termed spiritual science, sought to provide a connection between the cognitive path of Western philosophy and t
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