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Sketch of Rudolf Steiner lecturing at the East-West Conference in Vienna, Austria, June, 1922.
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Toward a Threefold Society:

A reinvigorated translation by Frank Thomas Smith of Steiner's “Basic Issues of the Social Question,” number 23 in the Bibliography of 1961. Available at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2P4pMnx

This work, written late in the life of Rudolf Steiner, makes use of a threefold analysis of the human individual and of human society. Man as an individual, or in a group, functions basically in three modes: thinking/perceiving, feeling/valuing, and willing/planning/acting. A unit of functioning, whether a part of an individual or part of a society has its proper role. Each role needs a certain respect from other areas if it is to function properly. Each role should be appropriately related to the other two roles or functions. In society, the three partitions are: the cultural-spiritual, the production-economic, and the “sphere of rights” including legal rights. As the analysis unfolds, it may be noticed that there is seldom a “pure case” but there are various mixes with one aspect often predominating. The manner in which the three aspects of society relate to the three aspects of the individual is a fascinating and intricate one, and one which has an important bearing on the future of human society.

This is not another “utopian” dialog, but a practical suggestion concerning details which may be incorporated into society one at a time ... from time to time. These suggestions are as relevant now as they were when Rudolf Steiner brought them forth over 100 years ago, just after the First World Was. At the end of the book, Steiner writes: “... either people will accommodate their thinking to the requirements of reality, or they will have learned nothing from the calamity and will cause innumerable new ones to occur in the future.” History has since proven these words to be prophetic. Click on the cover image to buy this book at Amazon.com, to read or study at home.



 

With servers in virtually every country, the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is truly a World-wide presence for the Anthroposophical Movement. Whether you're a seasoned follower of the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner or someone coming here for the first time, this site will challange your thinking and allow you to experience the world from a different point of view ... it's the same ... only different!

Start with The Basics (see the top of the left-hand menu) and then move on to other topics that may pique your interest. There are 28 books, hundreds of articles and essays, and over 6,700 lectures that Rudolf Steiner gave to the world. You'll find some good things to get going with the items below:



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Visit this site where you can find most written works by Steiner and many of his lecture series' available as free, MP3 audio book downloads. Selections are recorded and read by Dale Brunsvold.

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