Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner (25/27 February 1861 – 30 March 1925) was an Austrian philosopher, social reformer, architect, and esotericist. Steiner gained initial recognition as a literary critic and cultural philosopher. At the beginning of the 20th century, he founded a spiritual movement, anthroposophy, as an esoteric philosophy growing out of idealist philosophy and with links to theosophy.
challenges. Finding RudolfSteiner probes into the heart of a spiritually bereft world in which materialistic science and traditional religion alike are at odds, yet neither can... - 08.03.2008, YouTube
16.10.2012 [Watford Observer] - RudolfSteiner School in Langley Hill held its Waldorf One World (WOW) day, which aims to raise money towards improving the living conditions of children all over the world. A puppet show, sponsored walk and open mike session were just some of the
11.10.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - While the ideas of John Dewey, Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi and RudolfSteiner took hold in America, infusing much of the charter school movement, in Britain a "good education" is still identified with a juggernaut curriculum, nationally dictated
10.10.2012 [This is Gloucestershire] - The Brimscombe duo are spearheading a campaign to establish a state-funded school providing education based on the principals of philosopher RudolfSteiner. . Amy Dadachanji and daughter Megan with Lucy Harrigan, right, and her daughter Luma.
07.10.2012 [The Arts Desk] - RudolfSteiner's philosophy has been an acknowledged influence on the composer, who has made a career of exploring what Steiner described as “the special character of the individual note”, which “expands into a melody and harmony leading straight into
05.12.2010 by Carrie Here is the verse attributed to RudolfSteiner that goes with the second week: “The second light of Advent is the light of plants– Plants that reach up to the sun and in the breezes dance.” Here are a few fast ideas regarding the second ...
03.12.2010 by admin Here, RudolfSteiner asserts that, contrary toward popular conception, evolution does not stick to a steadily increasing line of complexity (picture a graph with the line increasing form base left to major right, representing degree of ...