- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- illustrated ed
- Temple Lodge Publishing
- Johannes Kiersch, Anna Meuss
- Meuss, Anna R.
- 242 x 163 x 30 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 620 g
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A History of the School of Spiritual Science
The First Class259Specialorder (osäker tillgång). Skickas inom 11-20 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.The School of Spiritual Science, together with its individual sections, was founded by Rudolf Steiner at the Christmas Conference of 1923-24 with the intention, in his own words, of presenting 'the esoteric aspect'. It was intended to have three classes, but only the First Class was instituted before Rudolf Steiner's death in 1925. In recent years, the written records, on which the teaching of the First Class is based, have been published in German and in English translation. In view of this, and the many questions arising from it, the Council of the Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum, Dornach, commissioned Johannes Kiersch to write a history of the institution. The result is an objective overview of the development of the First Class, from it roots in the early esotericism developed by Rudolf Steiner while he was still in the Theosophical Society, to the period following the Second World War. Kiersch gives an individual commentary on the first 'mediators' of the school - individuals like Lili Kolisko, Harry Collison and Count Polzer-Hoditz - and presents some 37 original documents in an extensive Appendix that features personal notes, letters and speeches. This book presents a balanced history of the birth and development of the First Class and its existence during the tragic splits and conflicts following Rudolf Steiner's death. As Kiersch comments: 'The aim has been above all to come as close as possible to the sources and offer historical material for individuals to form their own opinion.'
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Johannes Kiersch was born in 1935. He studied English, history, and pedagogy in Berlin and Tubingen. He was a Waldorf teacher in Germany for many years and a lecturer at the Institut fur Waldorfpadagogik in Witten-Annen.