STEINER, RUDOLF, WHERLE, P.
Title Necessity and Freedom
Publisher United States Anthroposophic Press Inc 1988
0880102608 / 9780880102605
Seller ID 1095
The age-old question of free will is still a mystery to most people today. Even religious and philosophical circles have difficulty reconciling the concepts of morality, destiny, karma, and necessity with true freedom. Rudolf Steiner illuminates the questions of freedom and necessity, guilt and innocence. Into this theme Steiner weaves questions of evolution, history, and culture, showing how and where human beings carry responsibility for these developments. He shows that the past represents necessity, whereas true freedom belongs to the future.
Steiner states that, whereas the human I is revealed in acts of volition on the physical plane, ultimately we will find our true I-being only through the Christ impulse and the completely free act of the Mystery of Golgotha.
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