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    Rudolf Steiner: An Illustrated Biography

    £11.95
    ISBN: 9781855840935
    AuthorJohannes Hemleben
    Pub Date17/10/2000
    BindingPaperback
    Pages216
    Availability: In Stock

    Rudolf Steiner's legacy is remarkable. Around the world, thousands of programs have been built up around his inspiration and ideas. These include Waldorf schools, centers for special education, medical clinics, biodynamic farms, centers for various arts, and much more. The scientific and spiritual path of anthroposophy is at the core of this work, a philosophy and method that Steiner developed throughout his life.

    This informative biography clearly illumines the numerous struggles and achievements in his life--his childhood; as a young, respected Goethean scholar and philosopher in Weimar; his work in the Theosophical Society; establishment of the Anthroposophical Society; the development of Anthroposophy as a spiritual science; the creation of spiritually based movements in art, social sciences, education, medicine, agriculture, religion, and architecture.

    Johannes Hemleben's biography of Rudolf Steiner includes a chronology, personal tributes, an extensive section for further reading, an index, and 69 photographs and illustrations.

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    Rudolf Steiner's legacy is remarkable. Around the world, thousands of programs have been built up around his inspiration and ideas. These include Waldorf schools, centers for special education, medical clinics, biodynamic farms, centers for various arts, and much more. The scientific and spiritual path of anthroposophy is at the core of this work, a philosophy and method that Steiner developed throughout his life.

    This informative biography clearly illumines the numerous struggles and achievements in his life--his childhood; as a young, respected Goethean scholar and philosopher in Weimar; his work in the Theosophical Society; establishment of the Anthroposophical Society; the development of Anthroposophy as a spiritual science; the creation of spiritually based movements in art, social sciences, education, medicine, agriculture, religion, and architecture.

    Johannes Hemleben's biography of Rudolf Steiner includes a chronology, personal tributes, an extensive section for further reading, an index, and 69 photographs and illustrations.