Mysticism at the Dawn of a Modern Age
Garber Communications, Incorporated, 1997 - 253 pages
This book originated in lectures Steiner gave to a small circle of theosophists and constitutes the earliest public exposition of his spiritual scientific research. In it Steiner deals with the impact of modern scientific thinking on our spiritual experiences and the conflict between reason and revelation. He looks at how eleven European mystics resolved the dichotomy between their inner spiritual perceptions and the age of invention and discovery then coming to birth.