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Rudolf Steiner Publications

Anthroposophical Books featuring works
never before translated into English


The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is now publishing “never before translated into English” and other new editions of Rudolf Steiner's works in book form as well as for Kindle and eBook. We are the Rudolf Steiner Publications, the publishing entity within The e.Lib, Inc. The books are currently available through Amazon.com (see the links, below), and soon to be available on our website. And yes, we are still presenting the on-line versions of almost all of these books, and will continue to do so, free for everyone. We we are introducing a new form of book learning and research: the combining of the printed word and our on-line presence and tools.

This is a new (ad)venture for our initiative, and comes with an additional financial burden. So, please help us — and the entire Anthroposophical community and all publishers of anthroposophical works — by purchasing one or more of these fine editions for your personal library. You can always research Steiner's works here at the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib, but it is really nice to be able to curl up in your favorite chair and read and study the material at home!

 
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Anthroposophical Fantasies:

Anthroposophy, also known as Spiritual Science, is not known for fantastic literature, or fiction at all. So how can stories with titles like “Life on Mars,” or “The Girl in the Floppy Hat,” or “To Hunt a Nazi” qualify as anthroposophical. They do not — until now. Therefore, this book is groundbreaking. You may smile at times, even laugh; other stories may cause a lump in your throat, perhaps even a tear or two. Oh, and by the way, fundamentalists are advised not to partake of this fantastical frosting on their anthroposophical cake.Here, then, are thirteen provocative, groundbreaking fictional tales for anthroposophists, and really anyone, to enjoy. By Roberto Fox, as told to Frank Thomas Smith.

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Publications (August 15, 2019)
Author: Roberto Fox
As told to: Frank Thomas Smith
Illustrator: Celina MacKern
Editor: James D. Stewart
Language: English
 
Paperback: 232 pages
Publication Date: August 16, 2019
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
ISBN-10: 1948302101
ISBN-13: 978-1948302104
 
Kindle: File Size: 999 KB
Publication Date: August 15, 2019
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ISBN-10: 1948302111
ISBN-13: 978-194830211X


 
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Fairy Tales in the Light of Spiritual Investigation
                   and A Mongolian Legend
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From the contents of this lecture: “Fairy tales and sagas are comparable to a good angel, granted human beings as a companion from birth on their life?s wanderings, to be a trustworthy comrade throughout — offering comradeship, and making life inwardly into a truly ensouled fairy tale!”

This is a lecture, given by Rudolf Steiner, entitled Märchendichtungen im Lichte der Geistesforschung, and contained in the volume Ergebnisse der Geistesforschung (Results of Spiritual Research) GA 62. The series in which this lecture was given at the Architektenhaus in Berlin, may be said to underline its overall importance for Rudolf Steiner: held February 6th 1913 subsequent to a lecture January 30th on Raphael, it was followed a week later, on February 13th, by a lecture on Leonardo da Vinci.

As a bonus, A Mongolian Legend is included. It is from a matinee lecture given by Rudolf Steiner: Mythen und Sagen. Okkulte Zeichen und Symbole (Myths and Legends. Occult Signs and Symbols). From GA 101. Lecture IV, 21st October 1907 in Berlin.

This lecture is the second in a series of four lectures from GA 62, that are newly translated by Peter Stebbing. Edited by James Stewart. Visit the on-line version of this book by clicking here.

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Publications (August 21, 2019)
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Translator: Peter Stebbing
Editor: James D. Stewart
Language: English
 
Paperback: 42 pages
Publication Date: August 21, 2019
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches
ISBN-10: 1948302128
ISBN-13: 978-1948302128
 
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Publication Date: August 22, 2019
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Leonardo's Spiritual Stature: at the Turning Point of Modern Times:

“The three great masters of the Renaissance [Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael] strove to work in the spirit of that age. And the one who already had a kind of seed, I would say, that grew into everything that has come and is still to come since that time was Leonardo.” - Rudolf Steiner, Dornach, November 1, 1916. A single lecture given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin on February 13th 1913, translated by Peter Stebbing, and edited by James D. Stewart, the e.Librarian at the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib. It is the eleventh of fourteen lectures in the volume entitled, Results of Spiritual Investigation, published in German as, Ergebnisse der Geistesforschung. This lecture is the second in a series of four lectures from GA 62, that are newly translated by Peter Stebbing. Edited by James Stewart. Visit the on-line version of this book by clicking here.

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Publications (June 26, 2019)
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Translator: Peter Stebbing
Illustrator: Leonardo da Vinci
Editor: James D. Stewart
Language: English
 
Paperback: 40 pages
Publication Date: June 26, 2019
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches
ISBN-10: 1948302098
ISBN-13: 978-1948302098
 
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Publication Date: August 19, 2019
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ISBN-10: 1948302098
ISBN-13: 978-1948302098


 
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The Impulse of Renewal for Culture and Science:

This is a First Edition English translation of a series of seven lectures, entitled The Impulse of Renewal for Culture and Science, and published in German as, Erneuerungs-Impuls fuer Kultur und Wissenschaft (Bn/GA/CW Number 81 in the Bibliographical Survey, 1961). This course was organized by the Federation of Anthroposophical University Work and the Berlin Branch of the Anthroposophical Society. It was the aim of the organizers, through lectures by various speakers, to “give an impression of what suggestions in various fields can be given by anthroposophy.” For each course day, Rudolf Steiner gave the introductory lecture. In these lectures, Steiner explains the relationships between Anthroposophy and the natural sciences, philosophy, pedagogy, theology, the social sciences, and linguistics. He also brings to light the biological differences between humans and animals from an anthroposophical perspective. Visit the on-line version of this book by clicking here.

Paperback: 149 pages
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner e.Lib (December 14, 2018)
Translator: Hanna von Maltitz
Editor: James D. Stewart
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1948302047
ISBN-13: 978-1948302043
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches


 
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Raphael's Mission
in the Light of the Science of the Spirit:

This lecture on Raphael points to an ever greater inwardness or “internalizing” of the human soul in the future development of humanity. Steiner's large-format watercolours can be said to be an unmistakable further expression of this. Though it might seem improbable at first to link Raphael's works so directly with the painting impulse of Rudolf Steiner, separated as they are by four hundred years. An underlying relation becomes apparent, nonetheless, despite the manifest contrast. The Madonnas of Raphael will self-evidently never be surpassed. Yet, the future development of art, always “a daughter of the divine,” implies, in Rudolf Steiner's sense, an ongoing spiritualization. We begin to recognize Raphael's relevance for today and for the future.A lecture given by Rudolf Steiner: from Ergebnisse der Geistesforschung. (Some Results of Spiritual Research). Bn/GA/CW 62. Lecture IX, 30th January 1913 in Berlin. This unique English translation is the first in a series of four lectures from GA 62, that are newly translated by Peter Stebbing. Edited by James Stewart. Visit the on-line version of this book by clicking here.

Paperback: 44 pages
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner e.Lib (December 14, 2018)
Translator: Peter Stebbing
Editor: James D. Stewart
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1948302020
ISBN-13: 978-1948302029
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches


 
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The Social Question:

This book is 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.These six lectures are a translation from the German edition "Die soziale Frage," (Bn/GA/CW Number 328 in the Bibliographical Survey, 1961), published by the Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland, 1977. They are published as transcripts unrevised by the lecturer. This First English edition was translated by Hanna von Maltitz, and was edited by James D. Stewart, e.Librarian at the "Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib."Illustrations and artwork were created by Hanna von Maltitz. Thanks to the Basil Gibaud Memorial Trust, this translation has been made available for everyone. The text of both the printed and eBook editions has numerous links to on-line web content that will enhance the reader/researcher in their understanding of the text: search all lectures, read/research the original German texts, compare the English translation to the original German paragraph by paragraph, and explore other related material. You can research Rudolf Steiner's works on-line ... buy the book to read and study at home. Visit the on-line version of this book by clicking here.

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Publications (November 13, 2017)
2 edition (December 9, 2018)
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Translator: Hanna von Maltitz
Illustrator: Hanna von Maltitz
Editor: James D. Stewart
Language: English
 
Paperback: 158 pages
Publication Date: December 9, 2018
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
ISBN-10: 1791660533
ISBN-13: 978-1791660536
 
Kindle: File Size: 810 KB
Publication Date: December 9, 2018
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ISBN-10: 1948302012
ISBN-13: 978-1948302012










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