Mystics at the Dawn of the Modern Age And Their Relation to the Current Natural-Scientific Paradigm


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The mystics Steiner writes about in this book were early giants in the modern art of illumined self-knowledge. Their ways of seeing the world, God, and themselves foreshadowed all that we practice now in the best of meditation, both East and West. Here, you can read about their essential passion for unity, their practice of intensification of perception, and their ever-fresh insights into the process of knowing itself. Steiner immerses us in the evolving stream of these eleven mystics who appeared in central Europe between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries. They managed to resolve the conflict between inner perceptions and the new seeds of modern science and human individuality. Based on the lives of those mystics and on his own spiritual insight, Steiner shows how their ideas can illuminate and preserve our true human nature today. The Chadwick Library Edition is an endeavor to republish mostly in new or thoroughly revised English translations'several written works of Rudolf Steiner. The edition is named for the late horticulturist Alan Chadwick, whose life and work has served as inspiration to the small group from which the idea originated. Our extensive experience with special bindings led to the selection'for this “trade edition ” of 750 books'of a leather spine binding, cloth sides, and a light slipcase. For the hand-numbered edition (100 books), the binding is full leather with a hand-gilt top of the pages in a fine, stiff, cloth-covered slipcase. The leather is blue calfskin, and the title stamping on the spines is in genuine gold leaf. All of this will be carried out by hand at one of the finest binders, Ruggero Rigoldi.
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Title: Mystics at the Dawn of the Modern Age And Their Relation to the Current Natural-Scientific Paradigm


Categories: Anthroposophy,

ISBN Number: 0996921141

ISBN Number 13: 9780996921145

Binding: Hardback

Seller ID: 15394

Keywords: START Anthroposophy,