A Study Companion to An Outline of Esoteric Science
With the commentary in A Study Companion keyed by paragraph number to the text of An Outline of Esoteric Science, Clopper Almon takes the reader step-by-step through one of Rudolf Steiner's most difficult texts. Each chapter is considered for themes, or brief summaries of the main points, review questions, discussion questions, and Almon's own observations of the text
This study companion will be a great help to readers of every level, vastly enriching their reading of one of Steiner's most important written works.
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Page 7 - WE AND THE WORLD AROUND US EVOLVE. This evolution is nowhere more marked than in our own consciousness. When we try to enter into the religious texts of the ancient Egyptians, we have to admit that they are total enigmas to us. Our science would almost certainly be equally incomprehensible to them. They were, for example, obvious masters of what today we call force in physics, but they used it completely intuitively, without any concept of it.