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Meditative Thinking & the Threefold Social Order (CW 334)


Rudolf Steiner Translated by Joe Reuter Introduction by Gary Lamb Revised by Sabine Seiler

152 pp.  
5 1/2" x 8 1/2"

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5 lectures, Basel and Zurich, January 5-March 18, 1920 (CW 334)

In these exciting lectures, Rudolf Steiner shows that today's political, economic, and social problems are symptoms of our faulty thinking. His convincing analysis of economic crises, unemployment, and political uprisings unmasks such problems as signs of our desperate need for new thinking. In a very accessible way, Steiner describes how spiritual science and the kind of thinking it fosters can lead to a renewal of society and to true freedom for individuals.

In view of the current condition of our economy and the seeming chaos of international politics, Steiner's insights come as a fresh breeze that awakens us to responsibility and renewed hope. In passionate, lucid language, Steiner presents his vision of the threefold social order, a system based on free will and spiritual insight.

READ BOBBY MATHERNE'S REVIEW OF THIS BOOK

This volume is a translation of 5 of the 11 lectures in Vom Einheitsstaat zum dreigliedrigen sozialen Organismus, vol. 334 in the Complete Works.

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