The Philosophy of Freedom

The Basis for a Modern World Conception - CW 4

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LIMITED EDITION HARDBACK TO COMMEMORATE

THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF RUDOLF STEINER’S BIRTH

Rudolf Steiner Press is proud to publish a new series of re-edited, re-typeset and re-designed editions of the classic, authorised translations of Rudolf Steiner’s four fundamental works. Each volume of this series is printed in a limited edition of 1,000 copies and sewn-bound in high-quality cloth, finished with coloured end-papers and a marker ribbon.

Given his energetic involvement in practical initiatives and extensive lecturing, Rudolf Steiner had little time to write books. Of those he did write – belonging almost entirely to the earlier years of his work – four titles form an indispensable introduction to his later teaching: Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, Occult Science, The Philosophy of Freedom and Theosophy. Are we free, whether we know it or not? Or is our sense of freedom merely an illusion?

Rudolf Steiner tackles this age-old problem in a new way. He shows that by taking account of our own activity of thinking, we can know the reasons for our actions. And if these reasons are taken from our world of ideals, then our actions are free, because we alone determine them. But this freedom cannot be settled for us by philosophical argument. It is not simply granted to us. If we want to become free, we have to strive through inner activity to overcome our unconscious urges and habits of thought. In order to do this we must reach a point of view that recognises no limits to knowledge, sees through all illusions, and opens the door to an experience of the reality of the spiritual world. Then we can achieve the highest level of evolution, and recognise ourselves as free spirits.

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Weight21 oz
Dimensions5.5 x 0.9 x 8.5 in
Author

Translator

Michael Wilson

ISBN13

9781855842564

ISBN10

1855842564

Published

October 2011

Format

Hardbound

Pages

264

CW/GA

CW 4