Special Issue February 2011

In February 2011 the print publication of the Anthroposophical Society in America took on the name being human. This reflects core concerns of anthroposophy -- individual self-development and the further evolution of human culture and society -- and the concern of all of us with the human future. These were also central concerns of Rudolf Steiner's life and work. This first issue of being human celebrated the 150th anniversary of the birth of Rudolf Steiner, on February 27, 1861.

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WELCOME

PDF Keeping Faith with the Human Being:
greeting of editors John Beck and Frederick Dennehy and General Secretary Torin Finser of the Anthroposophical Society in America

FEATURES

REVIEWS

  • 46 Common Wealth: For a Free, Equal, Mutual and Sustainable Society, by Martin Large reviewed by Sarah Hearn
  • 50 The Will to Create: Goethe’s Philosophy of Nature, by Astrida Orle Tantillo reviewed by Christina Root
  • 53 The Lady Tasting Tea: How Statistics Revolutionized Science, David Salsburg reviewed by Mark Gardner
  • 54 The Future of the Ancient World: Essays on the History of Consciousness, by Jeremy Naydler reviewed by Frederick Dennehy

REVIEWS, continued

THRESHOLDS

NEWS & EVENTS

  • 79-91 (all in a single file)
    Fall Conference,
      The Vision of Rudolf Steiner
    Rudolf Steiner: His Smile,
      by Kathleen Wright
    Documentary Film
    Online Course
    SteinerBooks Spiritual Research Seminar
    Camphill Conference
    Renewal Courses
    Social Science Conference
    Princeton Group at 75,
      by Herbert O. Hagens
    Mystery Dramas at the Goetheanum,
      by Herbert O. Hagens
    Curative Education Conference,
      by Joyce Gallardo
    Western Regional Council
      in Albuquerque, by Linda Connell
    Brightening Brightmoor,
      Summer of 2010, by Bart Eddy
  • 92 Poem: “To His Pedagogic Mistress” - Michael Ronall

 

 


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