The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is an internet site
featuring the works of Austrian pholosopher, Rudolf Steiner. There are references to waldorf schools, Steiner schools, and these topics: school, spirituality, developing, waldorf, working, steiner schools, german, schools waldorf, times, waldorf school, steiner german, books, teachers, societies, world, steiner work, knowledge.
The Lectures Section of the Rudolf Steiner Archive
presents some of the lectures given by Rudolf Steiner. In the
Catalogue of Holdings,
the works are categorized as lectures.
Works presented here may be accessed from the
Main Steiner Archive Menu,
or by selecting a subject area from the Sections list at the
upper left of this page.
If you wish to search for a document by date, use our
On-line Lectures by Date page.
If you wish to search for a document by GA/Bn number, use our
On-line Lectures by GA/Bn page.
If you wish to search for a document by City, use our
On-line Lectures by Place page.
You can change the sort order of the table listing below by clicking
on a highlighted column heading (asterisk denotes sorted column).
in the first column denotes e.Book downloads are available.
A listing of the
ranges given the various groups of Lecture
is provided below, near the end of this page. Be sure to check this
Note that the (Overview) links give details about a particular
GA/Bn/CW number, and lists the books and features available on-line.
The Table above lists the name of the document(s), the type of
document — lecture, lecture series, etc. —
GA/Bn number, year written or given, a link to the new Side by Side
Compare program (if available), flags denoting language, the number
of documents in the series, and whether an abstract of the document
is on-line. Change the sort order by clicking on a highlighted
column heading (asterisk denotes sorted column). Select a different
letter to display, All entries, or New in the last 30 days.
Names of Lecture Cycle Groups in English
Cycle Reference Name
Spiritual Essence/Being and Its Working
the History of the Anthroposophical Movement