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Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner

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Macrocosm and Microcosm

12 lectures, Vienna, March 19–31, 1910 (CW 119) Rudolf Steiner shows how deeply and intimately human beings, the microcosm, are related to the macrocosm. But for Steiner the macrocosm is more than just the physical universe. It includes many hidden realms—including the world of elements and the world of archetypes—that lie behind outer manifestations such as our physical body. The macrocosm ...
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The Mission of the New Spirit of Revelation

16 lectures in various places, 5 Jan. 5 – Dec. 26, 1911 (CW 127) “What would we be without love? We would inevitably become isolated and gradually lose all connection with our fellow human beings and our fellow creatures in the natural world.” —Rudolf Steiner In this rich, previously untranslated collection of lectures, Rudolf Steiner approaches and illumines the figure of Christ from manifold ...
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Three Perspectives of Anthroposophy

12 lectures, Dornach, May 5 – Sept. 23, 1923 (CW 225) What is truly real? Rudolf Steiner illumines everyday reality through spiritual knowledge, repeatedly urging us to bring Anthroposophy into daily human existence. We might consciously experience the difference between consuming a potato as compared to cereals such as rye, for example, or perhaps grasp ordinary phenomena, such as ...
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World History and the Mysteries

9 lectures, Dornach, Dec. 23, 1923 – Jan. 1, 1924 (GA 233) In this landmark series of lectures, Rudolf Steiner challenges the notion that human consciousness has in essence remained the same throughout history. On the contrary, we can only see the past in its true light when we study the differences in human souls during the various historical eras. Consciousness, he says, evolves constantly ...
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Wonders of the World (CW 129)

11 lectures in Munich, August 18–28, 1911 (CW 129) “From the contents of original Greek drama and the soul drama of the present day that leads to self-knowledge, Rudolf Steiner develops his thought processes—pulsating with lively contemplation—about wonders of the world, trials of the soul, and revelations of the spirit!” —Marie Steiner In this remarkable interpretation of Greek mythology, ...
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True and False Paths of Spiritual Research

11 lectures in Torquay, England, August 11–22, 1924 (CW 243) “Bearing in mind we are dealing here with spiritual research and not just spiritual experiences in general, a ‘true’ path in this sense is one that leads to genuine and reliable results that advance our knowledge of the human being and the world. A ‘false’ path is one that uses methods that are inappropriate for the subject, or ...
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The Aims of Anthroposophy and the Purpose of the Goetheanum

11 lectures in various cities, April 9, 1923 – May 26, 1924 (CW 84) In his final lectures to the general public, Rudolf Steiner speaks with great clarity and purpose about the inner and outer need for the anthroposophical impulse in modern times. Following the fire that destroyed the first Goetheanum building in Dornach, Switzerland, Steiner had focused his efforts on rebuilding and ...
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Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation

10 lectures in Dornach, Switzerland, January 4–13 and April 19–22, 1924 (CW 233a) “Steiner has been able to clarify the historical reality behind the Rosicrucian story, with all its aura of glamor and fantasy. That effected, he points to the enormity of its vision for the future evolution of ideas” (Dr Andrew Welburn, from the introduction). In the immediate aftermath of the “Mystery act” ...
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Interdisciplinary Astronomy

18 lectures, Stuttgart, January 1–18, 1921 (CW 323) “So you see, the most important thing to me has been to call forth within you an experience of the harmony between the human constitution and the structure of the cosmos. If you’ve really been following thus far, you can’t possibly regard this harmony as a sin against the spirit of science” (from lecture 16) What is the relationship between ...
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Concerning the Astral World and Devachan

Notes from 19 lectures and 4 private lessons, Berlin, 1903–1904 (CW 88) In Berlin, just past the turn of the twentieth century, Rudolf Steiner, then a relatively unknown writer, educator, and editor, first began his spiritual teaching activity under the auspices of the Theosophical Society. The gatherings at this time were small, often being held in private homes, and therefore, in terms of ...
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Conscious Society

8 lectures, Dornach, February 15 – March 16, 1919 (CW 189) Delivered in the context of postwar cultural and social chaos, these lectures form part of Rudolf Steiner’s energetic efforts to cultivate social understanding and renew culture through his innovative ideas based on “threefolding.” Steiner develops subtle and discerning perception of how social dynamics could change and heal if they ...
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Artistic Sensitivity as a Spiritual Approach to Knowing Life and the World

13 lectures, Dornach, Switzerland, January 9 – May 2, 1915 (CW 161) Today’s orthodox notions of science—which is to say, of knowing—are exceedingly narrow; they posit, implicitly or otherwise, that the only knowledge possible, if any, is that of the physical world. But the skeleton key to unlocking the door, behind which lies the root of the problems and difficulties of our age, and thus their ...
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Understanding Society through Spiritual–Scientific Knowledge

15 lectures, Dornach, Oct.–Nov. 1919 (CW 191) In the uncertainty following World War I, Rudolf Steiner perceived a unique opportunity to establish a healthy social and political constitution. He began lecturing throughout post-war Germany, often to large audiences, about his social ideas. Here, speaking to a more intimate grouping at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, Steiner seeks to ...
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Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting of the First Goetheanum

9 lectures in various cities, April 1915–June 1920 (CW 288) The planning, construction, and execution of the functional work of art that was the First Goetheanum was an endeavor that occupied Rudolf Steiner for the better part of seven years. Every detail, from the seemingly small—such as the shape and feel of the door handles—to the grand motifs of the paintings on the ceilings of the cupolas ...
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The Connection between the Living and the Dead

8 lectures in Germany and Switzerland, February 16 – December 3, 1916 (CW 168) The year is 1916. Europe is entering the third year of the most devastatingly brutal war yet known. The high hopes and idealistic expectations for the newly dawned twentieth century have been very quickly met with the murderous visage of modern warfare. (The death toll would eventually reach 35 million souls.) Such ...
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