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This challenging volume supports and extends the basis of Rudolf Steiner's philosophical and anthroposophical thinking. Students who are looking for a secure foundation in the spiritual realities spoken of by Steiner will find in this little book a continuing source of inspiration and encouragement. Rudolf Steiner had asked Unger to continue the work Steiner had done on a spiritual scientific theory of knowledge. This volume is the essence of that lifelong effort. Here Carl Unger writes on human nature and the I; natural and spiritual science; and the "philosophy of contradiction" with which we are continually faced.
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Carl Unger was born in 1878 near Stuttgart. His family provided him with a strong background in science and mathematics. In 1904, he met Rudolf Steiner and soon became a personal pupil, lecturing on anthroposophy extensively from 1907 until 1914, when the Goetheanum building began and it became his task to oversee the building of the worldwide center for anthropsophy, the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, until he was prevented by the war. He resumed his extensive lecturing until 1929 when he was killed by a gunman in Nuremberg. He was also the author of The Language of the Consciousness Soul, a concise study guide to Rudolf Steiner's "Leading Thoughts."
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Book Description Rudolf Steiner Pr, 1976. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110910142696
Book Description Rudolf Steiner Pr, 1976. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0910142696