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Anthroposophy is a philosophy founded by the 19th century esotericist Rudolf Steiner that postulates the existence of an objective, intellectually comprehensible ...

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Anthroposophy is a human oriented spiritual philosophy that reflects and speaks to the basic deep spiritual questions of humanity, to our basic artistic needs, ...

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Anthroposophy's far-reaching view of personal development and human evolution gives a new context for today's widespread egotism. We each need to gain ...

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Like the term “philosophy,” Anthroposophy denotes a method of inquiry, a path of research, rather than a content or fixed set of ideas. Steiner once characterized ...

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Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) was an Austrian mystic and self-proclaimed clairvoyant who founded the religion known as Anthroposophy. In addition to his acute ...

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Anthroposophy, philosophy based on the premise that the human intellect has the ability to contact spiritual worlds. It was formulated by Rudolf Steiner (q.v.), an  ...

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You may meet him in a doctor's office or a therapy practice, or when you see a sign for the unpronounceable (“Anthroposophical”) society that carries on his work ...

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Through anthroposophy, an individual grows spiritually by applying uniquely human abilities to develop clear thinking and a truthful perception of the world.

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Like the term “philosophy”, Anthroposophy denotes a method of inquiry, a path of research, rather than a content or fixed set of ideas. Rudolf Steiner,