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Social Basis For Primary and Secondary Education

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Social Basis For Primary and Secondary Education

Rudolf Steiner Archive Document

Lectures Section

Content: The unconscious crossing of the threshold by humanity / The need for a renewal of elementary school and popular education / The World War as a prelude to a tremendous spiritual struggle between East and West / The years around 1859 as a hub of human evolution / The interest of spiritual beings in the Development of man. Physiological talent and spiritual talent.

By Rudolf Steiner

The translator is unknown.
Bn 192.2; GA 192; CW 192

Content: The unconscious crossing of the threshold by humanity / The need for a renewal of elementary school and popular education / The World War as a prelude to a tremendous spiritual struggle between East and West / The years around 1859 as a hub of human evolution / The interest of spiritual beings in the Development of man. Physiological talent and spiritual talent.

From the lecture series entitled, Spiritual Science & Social & Educational Questions, published in German as, Geisteswissenschaftliche Behandlung Socialer und Paedagogischer Fragen. These three lectures are also published in, Education as a Force for Social Change (previously entitled, Education as a Social Problem).

This translation is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland. From Bn 192.2, GA 192, CW 192.

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CONTENTS

 Cover Sheet  
Foreword
 
Lecture I May 11, 1919
Lecture II May 18, 1919
Lecture III June 01, 1919




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