Rudolf Steiner: Scientist of the Invisible

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, 1954 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 221 pages
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This definitive biography of the founder of Anthroposophy provides insight into his life and work with new forms of medicine, agriculture, architecture, and the Waldorf education system. Steiner's Spiritual Science offers a powerful tool for self-realization and a practical system for improving and mastering daily life.
 

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Contents

HUMANITY BEWILDERED
13
A MAN WITH AN ANSWER
20
CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOLDAYS
27
CHAPTER IV VIENNA UNIVERSITY YEARS
36
WEIMAR DAYSTHE GOETHE ARCHIVES
49
BERLIN SPIRIT INITIATION
56
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE AND THEOSOPHY
63
THE ANTHROPOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
73
THE EVOLUTION OF THE INDIVIDUAL THE PROCESS OF REINCARNATION
113
CHRIST AND MANKIND
133
THE INITIATION OF THINKING
143
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE AND MODERN THOUGHT
150
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE AND THE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES
165
APPLIED SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
174
APPLIED SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
188
THE WAY FORWARD
205

NEW HORIZONS OF KNOWLEDGE
79
THE ORIGIN AND DESTINY OF MAN
97

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