Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib

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Catalogue of Holdings
(The writings of Rudolf Steiner)

This catalogue includes the writings of Rudolf Steiner and related materials, primarily in English translations but also including original German texts and some non-English translations, all as part of an ongoing project to make this information available on the internet. Rudolf Steiner was born in 1861 in Austria. His early education included home and local schooling, followed by the Institute of Technology in Vienna and a Ph.D. from the University of Rostock.

Between 1883 and his death in 1925, Rudolf Steiner worked as a writer and lecturer, giving some 6000 lectures while writing hundreds of essays and more than a score of books. While his works could be classified as philosophical in nature, they encompass nearly every imaginable subject including history, religion and the occult, education and human development, sociology, sciences including medicine and agriculture, and the arts. The lectures are transcriptions by individual attendees, usually published without revision by Rudolf Steiner. The books and essays were written for publication, with his involvement in the process.

. Books by Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner wrote more than two dozen books. As with his articles and essays, Steiner was actively involved in making them compatible with their printed form. Here we present them chronologically with a short explanation for each.

. Lectures given by Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner's lectures were intended for an audience, not printed media. They are generally transcriptions by individual attendees, published without revision by Dr. Steiner. Information on individual lectures is available in our Chronological Listings of Lectures, in Date, City, Country, and GA/Bn sequences. Lecture cycle information is made available using the Database link, below.

. Articles/Essays by Rudolf Steiner

Although Rudolf Steiner wrote many articles and essays, few have been translated into English. Many are dated and seem not to receive top priority from translators. Here we offer a list of some of them.

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. A Database of Information ...

We have recently gathered all of the information we have, and loaded it into a more “unified” database. This is the beginnings of this project: it is always in a state of change as new information adds to, or updates the old.


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