The Spiritual Ground of Education

CW 305

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9 lectures, Oxford, England, August 16–29, 1922 (CW 305)

These lectures follow from those presented in Soul Economy. Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and life and attended by many prominent people of the time, Steiner’s Oxford lectures present the principles of Waldorf education at the highest cultural level. The Manchester Guardian reported:

“Dr. Steiner’s lectures…brought to us in a very vivid way an ideal of humanity in education. He spoke to us about teachers who, freely and unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He spoke to us about a kind of knowledge needed by the teacher, a knowledge of the being of man and the world, which is at the same time scientific and also penetrates into the most intimate inner life, which is intuitive and artistic.”

These lectures form one of the best introductions to Waldorf education.

Contents:

  • Introduction by Christopher Bamford
  • The Spiritual Ground of Education
  • The Perception of Soul and Spirit
  • The Spiritual Ground of Physical Education
  • The Art of Educating Young Children
  • The Art of Educating Older Boys and Girls
  • Teachers As Artists in Education
  • The Organization of the Waldorf School
  • Moral Teaching & Eurythmy in the Waldorf School
  • Teachers in the Waldorf School

German source: Die geistig-seelischen Grundkräfte der Erziehungskunst. Spirituelle Werte in Erziehung und sozialem Leben (GA 305).



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ISBN: 9780880105132

Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 in
Author

Introduction

Christopher Bamford

ISBN13

978-0880105132

ISBN10

0880105135

Published

December 2004

Format

Paperback

Pages

162

CW/GA

305

Place

England, Oxford

Date

August 16 – 29

Year

1922