Here we explore Rudolf Steiner and his works from the viewpoint
of some noted authors. Getting other perspectives is vital when
approaching these complex studies.
Steiner and Anthroposophy
MAN AND WORLD IN THE LIGHT OF ANTHROPOSOPHY by Stewart C. Easton.
A new and revised edition of Dr. Easton's survey of Rudolf Steiner's
Anthroposophy. This comprehensive volume of over 500 pages complete
with index is an excellent guide to Steiner's thought and works.
Chapter titles Include: “History and the Evolution of Human
Consciousness,” “Individual Spiritual Development and
Human Freedom” and “Man and His Life on Earth and in the
Spiritual Worlds; Reincarnation and Karma.”
RUDOLF STEINER: HERALD OF A NEW EPOCH by Stewart C. Easton.
Dr. Easton's interest in Rudolf Steiner dates from 1954, when he
first came into contact with Steiner's work, and he has been involved
in anthroposophical activities In one way or another ever since. A
historian by profession. Dr. Easton brings together in this book
innumerable facts and details of Steiner's life that have been
previously unavailable to English readers. The result is an
outstanding portrait of a unique personality that will satisfy a
Other Books on
the Esoteric Path of Spiritual Development
RUDOLF STEINER AND INITIATION by Paul Eugen Schiller.
The author Is a research scientist and a lifelong student of
Steiner's works. In this book, translated from the German by Henry
Barnes, Schiller presents a systematic discussion of Steiner's
writings and lectures on the path of knowledge. Among the topics
discussed are: “Fundamental Moods.” “Development of
the Six Attributes,” “Sense Free Thinking, Feeling, and
Willing,” “Meditation,” “Body Free Life of
the Soul,” “The Rosicrucian Path of Initiation,”
and “The Level of Inspirational Cognition.”