By Heiner Ullrich
Rudolf Steiner is indubitably a big philosopher in schooling. Heiner Ullrich's quantity deals the main coherent account of Steiner's academic idea. This paintings is split into: highbrow biography; severe exposition of Steiner's paintings; The reception and impression of Steiner's paintings; and, The relevance of the paintings today.This is an enormous foreign reference sequence supplying accomplished bills of the paintings of seminal academic thinkers from numerous sessions, disciplines and traditions. it's the so much bold and prestigious such venture ever released - a definitive source for no less than a iteration. The thinkers contain: Aquinas, Aristotle, Bourdieu, Bruner, Dewey, Foucault, Freire, Holt, Kant, Locke, Montessori, Neill, Newman, Owen, Peters, Piaget, Plato, Rousseau, Steiner, Vygotsky, West and Wollstonecraft.
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Steiner CW 34, 1996), in which he conceptualizes the 28 Intellectual Biography basis of what later becomes Waldorf pedagogy. Steiner's impulses in the fields of literature, dance and architecture had a greater direct impact These began to have impact at the fourth annual conference of European Theosophists in Munich. Until then the conferences had only been a typical scholarly affair, but the Munich event more resembled a cult-like event. Guests entered into a room with celebratory decorations, complete with stages and wall paintings, pillars and statues that resembled a spiritual temple.
His face was ascetic and gaunt, marked by spiritual passion. It was very persuading, and not only to women. At the time Rudolf Steiner had not yet found his own teachings, but rather was himself still a searcher and a learner . . It was exciting to listen to him, because his knowledge was astounding and wonderfully diverse, especially when compared to the rest of us, who had only been educated in literature. Still, when I ask myself today, if at the time I would have predicted such a mass philosophical and ethical impact from this young man, then I must, to my shame, claim I did not.
He had met her when she worked as a 'door opener' to theosophical circles at his first talks in 1900. Thanks to her education as an actor and reciter he was later able to develop additional artistic surroundings for his teachings. Their daily cooperation quickly developed into a deep friendship. Marie, the multilingual daughter of a wealthy Baltic-Russian officer, rented a small house for Steiner and his wife Anna in Berlin and then moved into the immediate vicinity. Her home becomes the headquarters of the theosophical movement, which later moved to Dornach near Basel (Switzerland) in 1914.
Rudolf Steiner (Continuum Library Of Educational Thought) by Heiner Ullrich