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a system of beliefs and practices based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner

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In particular they made an intensive study of anthroposophy and discussed the problems that people with special needs were facing in Vienna.
Thorson's narrative moves from their different backgrounds, to their Oxford friendship of common literary and intellectual interests, including atheism, to Lewis's verbal and written attack on his friend's new monotheism and interest in Anthroposophy.
By then Ullmann had embraced anthroposophy, which became a strong force in his life; indeed, the texts for the Lieder der Trostung were written by Albert Steffen, who was Rudolf Steiner's successor as the head of the Anthroposophic Society in Dornach, Switzerland.
From the late 1960s and 1970s onwards, the counterculture produced forms of ecology inspired by anthroposophy and theosophy.
Anthroposophy, the Rudolf Steiner's evolutionary philosophy, assumes vegetarianism as a dietary practice to be incorporated to the continuous spiritual development of human beings.
5 AMG - Medicines that are made in the context of A* 27a of the telecommunications statutes performance for the treatment of persons insured with pharmaceutical registration of homeopathy, phytotherapy and Anthroposophy : Demand per Fachlos are basically for prescription drugs, except those drugs can be identified as a contractual discount drugs.
We have a handwritten list of her works, produced by a librarian in 1945; a few catalogues; a useful book in Swedish by art historian Ake Fant; and some little-known academic studies, many of which are informed by the occult teachings of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy, to whom af Klint was deeply attached.
While Bjorneboe was still among the most important voices of Norwegian anthroposophy, he noted that "if one is to speak truth, one must accept being treated as a liar" ("Til arets russ" 92-107).
Some teachers may recall the crusading work of champion skeptic Martin Gardner, who worked tirelessly to debunk many "fads and fallacies in the name of science" (1957, 1981): dowsing, ancient astronauts, psychokinesis, orgonomy anthroposophy, Lawsonomy, and more.
Anthroposophy, a 'science of the mind' created by Rudolf Steiner, applies to agriculture, medicine and education.
This whole line of thinking was then absorbed into new esoteric and spiritualistic movements such as theosophy and anthroposophy, in which it often went into hiding in the form of occultism.
ALL ABOUT RUDOLF STEINER Rudolf Steiner was an Austrian philosopher whose ideas founded the basis of anthroposophy.
At the moment, I have no handle of any sort but it so happened that while writing Humboldt's Gift, I developed an interest in the work of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy.
79) His advanced age and extensive, often painful experience (paralleled by a spiritual journey which had encompassed Judaism, Anthroposophy, and Catholicism) had created in him a great tolerance for his fellow humans.
Johnson explains key influences upon Barfield such as Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy, C.