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The Spirit of Fichte Present in our Midst

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And speaking of Fichte, here is a single lecture given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin on the 16th of December in 1915. It is lecture 5 of 15 lectures from the series entitled, Out of a Middle European Spiritual Life, published in German as, Aus dem Mitteleuropaeischen Geistesleben. Most of these lectures remain untranslated. It was translated from notes, unrevised by the lecturer, by Beresford Kemmis. The book contains a rather interesting drawing of Johann Gottlieb Fichte!

By Rudolf Steiner

Translation by Beresford Kemmis
Bn/GA 65

And speaking of Fichte, here is a single lecture given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin on the 16th of December in 1915. It is lecture 5 of 15 lectures from the series entitled, Out of a Middle European Spiritual Life, published in German as, Aus dem Mitteleuropaeischen Geistesleben. Most of these lectures remain untranslated.

It was translated from notes, unrevised by the lecturer, by Beresford Kemmis. The book contains a rather interesting drawing of Johann Gottlieb Fichte! We present it here, with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland. From Bn/GA number 65.

Copyright © 1940
This e.Text edition is provided through the wonderful work of:
The Rudolf Steiner Publishing Co.
London
Book Cover Image

Thanks to an anonymous donation, this lecture has been made available.

CONTENTS

 Cover Sheet  
Image of Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814)
 
Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst December 16, 1915


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