Rudolf Steiner - New World Encyclopedia

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When Rudolf Steiner inaugurated the first Waldorf school, he established the “main lesson”—a two-hour class during which all academic subjects except for foreign languages would

Rudolf Steiner - Wikiquote

Rudolf Steiner (25 February 1861 – 30 March 1925) was an Austrian philosopher, literary scholar, architect, playwright, educator, and social thinker. He is the founder of anthroposophy, a spiritual movement that generated many practical endeavors, including Waldorf education...

Rudolf Steiner Archive: Architecture

The Architecture Section of the Rudolf Steiner Archive presents some of the lectures and publications of Rudolf Steiner that are related to Architecture. In the Catalogue of Holdings, the works are categorized as lectures, articles, books, etc.


Rudolf Steiner’s reforming ideas still have an exceptionally strong, practical impact today in many spheres, especially in education, medicine

Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner was born on February 27, 1861 in what is now Croatia and died on March 30, 1925 in Dornach, Switzerland. Words to describe the work of Rudolf Steiner: unusual – not easy to approach – filled with stimulating ideas.

Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School - Academic Excellence...

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Rudolf Steiner Online Works, a Survey - The Gold Scales

Rudolf Steiner's outlooks are his own and for you to plumb if you care to. My referrals to his works do not mean that I endorse all of his outré outlooks.

Rudolf Steiner and the Theosophical Society - Wikipedia, the free...

The relationship between Rudolf Steiner and the Theosophical Society, co-founded in 1875 by H.P. Blavatsky with Henry Steel Olcott and others, was a complex and changing one. In 1899, Steiner decided to publish an article in the Magazin für Literatur, titled "Goethe's Secret Revelation"...

Rudolf Steiner - Center for Anthroposophy

Rudolf Steiner was born in Kraljevec (then in Austria, now part of the former Yugoslavia) in 1861, and died in Dornach, Switzerland in 1925.

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