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The first is his ascent to freedom that began with training in mathematics, science, and philosophy culminating in his philosophy of life founded upon individualistic truth and ethical individualism. The Philosophy of Freedom describes his path to freedom and contains the ideas he formed in this first period. In the second period of his life Steiner converted to theosophy and began speaking of his clairvoyant research into spiritual realms.
Steiner intended that this first period, as it is expressed in The Philosophy of Freedom, stand independent of his later work in theosophy and spiritual science. In he says:. Rudolf Steiner's original aim in The Philosophy of Freedom is to justify individualistic truth. In Steiner entered the second period of his life and his work took a new direction. He began lecturing on his clairvoyant research into spiritual realms to the Theosophical Society later in the Anthroposophical Society that he started with a group of theosophists.
Before this, Steiner seemed willing to speak to any group on a variety of topics, but now he gave lectures regularly on spiritual science to members of the Theosophical Society. This new direction likely led to his revising Die Philosophie der Freiheit in for the benefit of his theosophy followers who he regularly encouraged to read the book, but without much success as they were having great difficulty with it. The principles of individualistic truth found in the first chapter of the original Die Philosophie der Freiheit were removed and replaced with a new preface giving the book a new aim, that of justifying his later research into the spiritual realm.
Steiner explains in the new preface added in The circle of the Anthroposophical Society became the authority to sanction and publish future translations after Steiner's death in Poppelbaum's objective was to,. In Zen Buddhist and Anthroposophist Michael Lipson brings a Zen philosophy to his translation by avoiding attachment to words. Lipson's flexibility with words permits him to re-title the book Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path:.
This is what makes the first edition of The Philosophy of Freedom distinct from others. You can see how the intended purpose of The Philosophy Of Freedom changed by comparing the original Preface original chapter one with the rewritten Preface where the discussion turns to spiritual science. Both prefaces are below. In the new Preface Steiner admits that a connection between The Philosophy Of Freedom and spiritual science is not apparent,.
Natural Science The Philosophy Of Freedom was originally written in a way to present a science of freedom to the many science-minded readers in the general public. The free spirit expresses itself in those moments of free thinking and free ethical action.
The method of research used was natural science: observation and analysis. The descriptions in The Philosophy Of Freedom are verifiable by anyone willing to observe their own thought-processes. The Anthroposophical Society was founded 20 years later. Occult Science It was 25 years after the writing of The Philosophy Of Freedom, since the edition, that the book underwent many revisions and additions to appeal to theosophists and spiritualists guided by the attempt to make a connection between The Philosophy Of Freedom and Steiner's later occult writings.
The revisions continued for many years after Occult science uses the method of clairvoyant perception of the spiritual worlds.
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As a youth Steiner was already having clairvoyant experiences of the spiritual world. He seems to have been born with clairvoyant abilities. Attempts by others to develop this clairvoyant ability through exercises has not been very fruitful. This makes the verification of Steiner's perceptions of spiritual worlds and beings difficult. Natural science and occult science are based on two very different methods of research. This makes it difficult to establish The Philosophy Of Freedom as the grounds to support occult science. The Philoosophy Of Freedom takes you up to the point where you perceive your own thought.
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This is something that anyone who is willing can do. This is far from the clairvoyant perception necessary to perceive spiritual worlds and spiritual beings necessary for ocult science. The Problem The problem is that all the effort has gone into attempting to use The Philosophy Of Freedom to justify spiritual science while the philosophy of life that actually appears on its pages is ignored.
There has been less interest in the urgent need to learn about Ethical Individualism and the necessity of developing free thinking.
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That is the terrible tragedy of our times. It makes it absolutely necessary for us, in our future efforts, to recognize that the social order must be built in a way that is made possible only by free thinking, by trust Building a social order on the foundation of free thinking begins by learning about free thinking, practicing free thinking, and standing up for the right of free thinking.
One of them is reading a revised edition. The original edition of Die Philosophie der Freiheit has gone through many revisions and translations over the years that have distanced it from the author's original intention and mood. To understand why this has happened it is necessary to know the two periods of Steiner's life; the scholar period and the occult period.
Begining with the publication of the revised German edition there has been an ongoing effort to revise the book in order to connect it with the spiritual science of the occult period. It is written for the express purpose of disciplining thinking without any mention of theosophy. Currently there is only one edition that is based on the original Die Philosophie der Freiheit and that is the English translation by Prof. In it was removed and placed in the back of the book as an appendix. It is sometimes called the original Preface. The Philosophy Of Freedom originally began with "The Goal Of Knowledge" because by reading it you get a sense of the spirit of the book.
In Steiner said, "The purpose of The Philosophy Of Freedom is to lay the foundations of ethical individualism and of a social and political life. An energetic effort is being made to shake off every kind of authority.
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Nothing is accepted as valid, unless it springs from the roots of individuality. Everything that hinders the individual from fully developing his powers is thrust aside. We allow no ideals to be forced upon us. We are convinced that in each of us, if only we probe deep enough into the very heart of our being, there dwells something noble, something worthy of development. We no longer believe there is a norm of human life to which we must all strive to conform. We regard the perfection of the whole as depending on the unique perfection of each single individual. We do not want to do what anyone else can do equally well.
No, our contribution to the development of the world, however trifling, must be something that, by reason of the uniqueness of our nature, we alone can offer. Never have artists been less concerned about rules and norms in art than today.
Each one asserts the right to express in the creations of his art what is unique in him, just as there are playwrights who write in dialect rather than conform to the standard diction grammar demands. We do not want to be dependent in any respect, and where dependence must be, we tolerate it only on condition it coincides with a vital interest of our individuality. Of the following two well-known paths described by Schiller, it is the second that will today be found most useful:. We both seek truth; you in outer life, I in the heart within. Each of us are sure to find it. The healthy eye can track the Creator in the outer world; The healthy heart reflects the world within.
Truth that comes to us from outside always bears the stamp of uncertainty. We are only convinced by what appears to each of us inwardly as truth. Whoever is tormented by doubts finds his powers weakened. Need help logging in? Click here. Don't have access? View purchasing options. Find in this title Show Hide Page Numbers.
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It must be said that essentially these purposes are infinite and eternal. But the forms that they assume may be of a limited order and consequently belong to the realm of mere nature, subject to the sway of chance. They are therefore transitory and exposed to atrophy and corruption. Religion and morality, as the universal essences in themselves, have the peculiarity of being present, conformably to their concepts and therefore truthfully, in the individual soul, although they may not be represented there fully elaborated and applied to completely developed conditions.
The religiousness, the morality of a limited life — of a shepherd, a peasant — in their concentrated inward limitation to a few and quite simple circumstances of life, has infinite value. It has the same value as the religiousness and morality of a trained intellect and of an existence rich in scope of relations and activities.
This inner focus, this simple region of the claims of subjective freedom — the seat of volition, resolution, and action, the abstract content of conscience, that wherein responsibility and worth of the individual are enclosed — remains untouched.
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