Theosophy An Introduction to the Supersensible Knowledge of the World and the Destination of Man

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, COTTERELL, M., SHEPHERD, A.P.

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Austrian philosopher, playwright, and artist Rudolf Steiner (1861 1925) is perhaps best known as an educational philosopher and reformer, the founder of Steiner (or Waldorf) schools located around the world. These schools' philosophy represents the priorities Steiner discusses in Theosophy: the development of body, soul, and spirit. Goethe was an important influence on Steiner, and he edited the poet's scientific works (1889 1896). Steiner was an active member and leader of the German branch of Madame Blavatsky's Theosophical Society, eventually broke away from theosophy, as he developed his own spiritual philosophy termed 'anthroposophy'; this philosophical movement asserted the potential of realizing a spiritual reality through cognition. This 1910 translation by Elizabeth Douglas Shields is of the book's third German edition; it was first published in 1904. This work will be of particular interest to historians of philosophy, of spiritual movements and of education.
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Title: Theosophy An Introduction to the Supersensible Knowledge of the World and the Destination of Man

Author(s): STEINER, RUDOLF, COTTERELL, M., SHEPHERD, A.P.

Categories: Books by Rudolf Steiner,

Publisher: United States, Rudolf Steiner Press: 2011

ISBN Number: 1855842548

ISBN Number 13: 9781855842540

Binding: Hardback

Seller ID: 10123

Keywords: Theosophy START Rudolf Steiner's books,