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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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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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Toward a New Theory of Architecture

An introductory lecture with slides, Bern, Switzerland, June 29, 1921 (CW 290) Rudolf Steiner gave thousands of lectures in his lifetime, usually without notes, and, with very few exceptions, with nothing more than chalk and a blackboard if he chose to accompany his speech with some kind of visual illustration. A notable exception is the presentation that constitutes the main part of this book. ...
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Architecture as Peacework

5 lectures, Dornach, Switzerland, October 10-25, 1914 (CW 287) At the outbreak of World War I, August 1914, the construction of the singular architectural masterwork that would later be called the Goetheanum was well underway on a hill just above the village of Dornach in neutral Switzerland. A small international community had gathered the previous year to take part in this unique artistic ...
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Goethe's Faust in the Light of Anthroposophy

13 lectures in Dornach and Prague, Sept. 30, 1916 - Jan. 19, 1919 (CW 273)Excerpts from various texts and two poems by Goethe This volume is the sequel to Anthroposophy in the Light of Goethe’s Faust (CW 272).  By late 1916, Rudolf Steiner had become an important interpreter of Goethe and frequently discussed Faust—probably Goethe’s greatest work—from the perspective of anthroposophic ...
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The Early History of Eurythmy

Notebook entries, addresses, rehearsals, programs, introductions to performances, and a Talks given before 16 eurythmy performances in Bottmingen, Dusseldorf, Munich, Berlin, Dornach, Stuttgart, Ilkley, and Penmaenmawr (CW 277c) The Early History of Eurythmy is the first of three volumes of Rudolf Steiner’s “eurythmy addresses,” short introductory talks preceding the earliest performances of ...
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Anthroposophy in the Light of Goethe's Faust

18 lectures, various cities, 1910–1916 (CW 65, 139, 272)Extracts from Rudolf Steiner's writings on Faust Goethe, the great German polymath poet, scientist, dramatist, and novelist, was a major influence throughout Steiner’s life and teaching. While still a student, Steiner wrote introductions to Goethe’ scientific writings (1884–1890), the collection of which became volume 1 in his Collected ...
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