Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion
Die Philosophie, Kosmologie und Religion in der Anthroposophie
(Given in 1922;
Bn 215; GA 215; CW 215)
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This cycle focuses on exercises to attain higher spiritual development.
Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
by a rich account of the stages of sleep and the period between death and
rebirth, especially the role of Christ after death as revealed to spiritual
- The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
- Exercises of Thought, Feeling, Volition
- Methods of Imaginative, Inspired, and Intuitive Knowledge ...
- Exercises of Cognition and Will
- Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
- Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to te Physical Sense-Life in Man's Development
- The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
- The Event of Death and its Relationship with the Christ
- The Destination of Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ Problem
- Experiencing the Will Part of the Soul
- Die Philosophie, Kosmologie und Religion in der Anthroposophie,
German language editions: 1980.
- Cosmology, Religion and Philosophy, Rudolf Steiner Publishing Company, London, and Anthroposophic Press, New York, 82 pp., translator unknown. Published in 1931, 1943, 1955.
- Philosophy, Cosmology, and Religion,
0-88010-000-X,, copyright © 1984 Anthroposophic Press, translated by Lisa D. Monges and Doris M. Bugby.
GA 215 ... Selections ...
This ten lecture course was published in English with the title,
Philosophy, Cosmology, and Religion, and is also known as,
The French Course. It was published in German as,
Die Philosophie, Kosmologie und Religion in der Anthroposophie,
Translated by Lisa D. Monges & Doris M. Bugby.
Each chapter of this book was originally a part of a series of ten lectures given
at the Goetheanum in September of 1922, known as the “French Course.”
These lectures were revised by Steiner for printed form and were published by Frau
Dr. Steiner in one volume. A series of lectures commencing with the opening of the
French course at the Goetheanum Dornach, September 1922. This is Bn/GA/CW 25.
This translation has been made from the original of Rudolf Steiner by permission of Harry
Collison, M.A., Oxon., by whom all rights are reserved.