The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity
A Modern Philosophy of Life Develop by Scientific Methods
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The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity A Modern Philosophy of Life Develop by Scientific Methods
By Rudolph Steiner
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Table of Contents
  • EDITOR’S NOTE
  • EDITOR’S NOTE TO SECOND EDITION
  • CONTENTS
  • PREFACE TO THE REVISED EDITION (1918)
  • THE THEORY OF FREEDOM
  • I
  • CONSCIOUS HUMAN ACTION
  • II
  • WHY THE DESIRE FOR KNOWLEDGE IS FUNDAMENTAL
  • III
  • THOUGHT AS THE INSTRUMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
    • Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • IV
  • THE WORLD AS PERCEPT
  • V
  • OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD
    • Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • VI
  • HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY
  • VII
  • ARE THERE ANY LIMITS TO KNOWLEDGE?
    • Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • THE REALITY OF FREEDOM
  • VIII
  • THE FACTORS OF LIFE
    • Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • IX
  • THE IDEA OF FREEDOM
  • X
  • MONISM AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPIRITUAL ACTIVITY
    • 1. Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
    • 2. Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • XI
  • WORLD-PURPOSE AND LIFE-PURPOSE
  • (The Destiny of Man)
    • Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • XII
  • MORAL IMAGINATION
  • (Darwin and Morality)
    • Addition to Revised Edition (1918).
  • XIII
  • THE VALUE OF LIFE
  • (Optimism and Pessimism)
    • Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • XIV
  • THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE GENUS
  • ULTIMATE QUESTIONS
  • XV
  • THE CONSEQUENCES OF MONISM
    • 1. Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
    • 2. Addition to the Revised Edition (1918).
  • TRUTH AND SCIENCE1
  • I
  • PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS
  • II
  • THE FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEM OF KANT’S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE
  • III
  • THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE SINCE KANT
  • IV
  • THE STARTING-POINTS OF THE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE
  • V
  • KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY
  • VI
  • THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE WITHOUT PRESUPPOSITIONS VERSUS FICHTE’S THEORY OF SCIENCE
  • VII
  • CONCLUDING REMARKS: EPISTEMOLOGICAL
  • VIII
  • CONCLUDING REMARKS: PRACTICAL
  • APPENDICES
  • APPENDIX I
  • ADDITION TO THE REVISED EDITION OF “THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM,” 1918.
  • APPENDIX II
  • REVISED INTRODUCTION TO “PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM.”
  • APPENDIX III
  • PREFACE TO THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF “TRUTH AND SCIENCE”
  • APPENDIX IV
  • INTRODUCTION TO ORIGINAL EDITION OF “TRUTH AND SCIENCE”
  • Colophon
    • Availability
    • Metadata
    • Catalog entries
    • Encoding
    • Revision History
    • External References
    • Corrections
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