|Title:||Discovering a Genius: Rudolf Steiner at 150|
|Categories:||About Anthroposophy, About Rudolf Steiner, Inner Life of the Teacher, General Waldorf Education|
|Number of pages:||38|
An introduction to the life and work of Rudolf Steiner, a largely undiscovered genius whose work deserves to be far better known. No acquaintance is presupposed, but experienced anthroposophists also stand to gain by reading it. In a world in which so many ideologies – Marxism, nationalism, materialism, religious fundamentalism, the invisible hand of the market – have become tired if not outright destructive, many hunger for a radically new kind of thinking, for ideas arising out of new insights, ideas that have real transformative power. They yearn for ideas that can become real, living ideals. Steiner gave them to us in abundance, launching and inspiring a host of initiatives throughout the world.
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