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Owen Barfield

Owen Barfield (1898–1997), the British philosopher and critic, has been called the “First and Last Inkling,” because of his influence and enduring role in the group known as the Oxford Inklings. The Inklings included C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams. It was Barfield who first advanced the ideas about language, myth, and belief that became identified with the thinking and art of the Inklings. He is the author of numerous books, including Poetic Diction: A Study in Meaning; Romanticism Comes of Age; Unancestoral Voice; History in English Words; and Worlds Apart: A Dialogue of the 1960s. His history of the evolution of human consciousness, Saving the Appearances: A Study in Idolatry, achieved a place in the list of the “100 Best Spiritual Books of the Century.”


Books by Owen Barfield :

Anthroposophy and the Inner Life

An Esoteric Introduction (CW 234)
Preface by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$22.00

Calendar of the Soul

The Year Participated
Translated by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$8.00

D. N. Dunlop

A Man of Our Time: A Biography (2nd Edition)
Afterword by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$55.00

Guidance in Esoteric Training

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From the Esoteric School (CW 245)
Translated by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$22.00

History in English Words

Paperback
$17.95

The Karma of Materialism

Foreword by Owen Barfield
Lectures By Rudolf Steiner
Paperback
$10.95

Man and Animal

Their Essential Difference
Translated by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$25.00

The Meaning of Love

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Introduction by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$20.00

The Science and Art of Healing

Foreword by Owen Barfield
Paperback
$40.00