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The Social Question

Die soziale Frage

Rudolf Steiner
(Given in 1919; GA 328)

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In this series of six lectures, given by Rudolf Steiner in the late Winter of 1919 at Zurich, Switzerland, he proffers ideas to solve the social problems and necessities required to live in the world, today, by studying the life sciences and social life, and the living conditions of the present-day humans. He expresses how the social will should be the basis of a new scientific order, and what the role of the modern worker should be.

Contents:

  • The True Form of the Social Question;
  • A comparison between the attempts at solving the social question based on life's realities and the necessity for a scientific spiritual concept of life as a social organism;
  • Fanaticism versus a real conception of life in social thinking and willing.
  • The evolution of social thinking and willing and life's circumstances for current humanity.
  • The social will as the basis towards a new, scientific procedure.
  • What significance does work have for the modern Proletarian?

Known Publications:

  • Die Soziale Frage, German language edition: 1991. ISBN 978-3-7274-3280-4,
  • The Social Question, on-line edition, copyright © 2017 The e.Lib, Inc., translated by Hanna von Maltitz


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Die soziale Frage

Book Cover Image Inhalt (Auswahl): Die vom Leben geforderten wirklichkeitsgemäßen Lösungsversuche für die sozialen Fragen und Notwendigkeiten auf Grund geisteswissenschaftlicher Lebensauffassung / Schwarmgeisterei und reale Lebensauffassung im sozialen Denken und Wollen und die Lebenslage der gegenwärtigen Menschheit / Das soziale Wollen als Grundlage einer neuen Wissenschaftsordnung / Welchen Sinn hat die Arbeit des modernen Proletariers?



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The Social Question

Book Cover Image We present a First Edition, never before translated into English, series of six lectures. Rudolf Steiner gave these lectures early in the year of 1919 at Zurich, Switzerland. Here Steiner proffers ideas to solve the social problems and necessities required by life, by studying the life sciences and social life, and the living conditions of the present-day humans. He expresses how the social will should be the basis of a new scientific order, and what the role of the modern worker should be.



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