ANTHROPOSOPHY HAS SOMETHING TO ADD TO MODERN SCIENCES
Rudolf Steiner shows convincingly that the methods and findings of anthroposophical spiritual science may be seen as a vital contribution to the spheres of the academic sciences. One of anthroposophy's central aims is to enhance human powers of perception beyond the limits set by purely intellectual thinking. This is of vital importance for the scientists of today and the problems they face. In fact, given recent developments in gene technology etc., it could be argued that his words are more significant today than ever before.
This volume includes two series of public lectures given at the request of young anthroposophists connected with the university in Zurich.
August 2005; Trans. A. Meuss (8 lectures, Zurich, Nov 1917-Oct 1918, GA 73); CP; 320pp; 22.5 x 15.5 cm; pb;
£14.95 ISBN 9780957818941