Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib

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.

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University of Michigan
Emeritus Phisics Professor

Dr. Ernst Katz

Ernst Katz in 1999
Ernst Katz in 1999
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Here we present but a few of the offereings of Dr. Ernst Katz, emeritus professor of physics at the University of Michigan, and esteemed lecturer throughout the world. Though he has recently passed on, his work and influence continues. Please make your selection, below.

Ernst Katz's ... Selections ...

. Physiognomical Studies — Caricatures
Published by the Section for Speech and Music at the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland. This publication was arranged by Edwin Froböse and Werner Teichert with permission of Marie Steiner. Thanks to Dr. Katz for making this English translation available.

. The Mission of Rudolf Steiner
This contribution on The Mission of Rudolf Steiner brings the fruits of many years of work with anthroposophy; it was presented as the keynote address at the American Anthroposophical Society's Annual General Meeting in November, 2004. His talk was greeted with great enthusiasm, and Dr. Katz has been kind enough to share it here with our readers.
  

  

      
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