In 1919, following the end of the First World War, Emil Molt put money aside for a school for the children of his workers at the Waldorf Astoria Cigarette Company in Stuttgart, Germany. He was interested in a new approach to education, and asked Rudolf Steiner to design the new
Type: BOOK - Published: 1998 - Publisher: SteinerBooks
Key lectures on children and education have been thoughtfully chosen from the vast amount of material by Steiner and presented in a context that makes them approachable and accessible. In his many discussions and lectures, Steiner shared his vision of an education that considers the spirit, soul, and physiology in
Type: BOOK - Published: 1983-03 - Publisher: SteinerBooks
3 lectures, Dornach, May 1920 (CW 74) Steiner begins these three lectures by depicting the background of early Christian thought, from which scholastic philosophers arose. He focuses on the "unanswered question" of the scholastic movement: How can human thinking be made Christlike and develop toward a vision of the spiritual
Type: BOOK - Published: 1982 - Publisher: SteinerBooks
Use of the word soul to denote the inner world of human experience has not been fashionable in recent psychology. In this ground-breaking study, however, the author stresses that our inner life is always active as a whole entity, which calls for recognition of the human soul as a being.