A Goetheanistic View of the Plant World
Ross Rentea, MD, from the Lili Kolisko Institute will discuss a Goetheanistic View of the Plant World. The concept of metamorphosis was introduced by the German scientist and poet Goethe (19th century) and then greatly expanded by Rudolf Steiner, PhD (20th century). New observations and subsequent experimentations have elucidated more of the practical importance of this discovery for the better understanding of the laws of the organic world as well as for the production of new herbal remedies.
Ross Rentea, MD, has been practicing anthroposophical medicine in Chicago since 1983. He graduated from the Univ. of Chicago Pritzker School of medicine in 1976 and after residency did intensive training in anthroposophical medicine in European anthroposophical hospitals. He is a member of the Anthroposophical Society, the Academy for the Advancement of Medicine and the Physicians Association for Anthroposophic Medicine. He has lectured nationally and internationally, published scientific research articles and published recently (2017) the book “Childhood Illnesses and Immunizations”. He is a co-founder of the True Botanica Company www.truebotanica.com (manufacturer of anthroposophical supplements and remedies) and the Lili Kolisko Institute for Anthroposophical Medicine www.koliskoinstitute.org, dedicated to education of and research in anthroposophical medicine.