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Rudolf Steiner's Philosophy

And the Crisis of Contemporary Thought

Andrew Welburn

288 pp.  
6¼ x 9¼

Floris Books


Published:  January 2012


The Austrian-born philosopher Rudolf Steiner created a vast legacy of practical work in Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture, the arts, the sciences, and Camphill communities for people with disabilities. Behind all these approaches is a highly developed system of thought that addresses some of the most problematic philosophical issues.

Welburn presents fascinating insights into the radical nature of Steiner’s thinking by examining his inheritance of ideas from Goethe, his attempts to break away from Cartesian dualism and Kantian idealism, and his challenge to the conventional framework of European philosophy.

Don't miss this ground-breaking addition to the literature on Steiner’s pivotal contribution to modern Western philosophy.

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