From Symptom to Reality

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From Symptom to Reality
Author : Rudolf Steiner
File Size : 42,8 Mb
Publisher : Rudolf Steiner Press
Language : English
Release Date : 08 September 2015
ISBN : 9781855844759
Pages : 258 pages
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From Symptom to Reality by Rudolf Steiner Book PDF Summary

In a radical approach to understanding current affairs and history, Rudolf Steiner presents a method of penetrating to the hidden causes and realities that lie behind outer appearances. Contemporary life cannot fully be understood by an analysis that is restricted to external events, he says. Deeper levels of meaning are revealed when one begins to view such events as symptoms. The causes of these symptoms – the reality behind them – are to be discovered on other levels of existence.

From Symptom to Reality

In a radical approach to understanding current affairs and history, Rudolf Steiner presents a method of penetrating to the hidden causes and realities that lie behind outer appearances. Contemporary life cannot fully be understood by an analysis that is restricted to external events, he says. Deeper levels of meaning are

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