Key to Life : An Introductory Sketch to Rudolf Steiner’s Philosophy of Freedom – by Iddo Oberski

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This short book provides a sketch of the important, but underrated book written by 19th-century Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, The Philosophy of Freedom. The purpose of Key to Life is to help new readers make sense of the essential ideas of Steiner’s book and prepare them for working through the detailed account itself.

Grasping the key ideas should inspire readers to dive into the original at a later time and read it without encountering major obstacles. While Steiner’s work delves into the age-old question of freedom of will, his approach to the experiential exploration of the nature of thinking is unique.

A human act can only meaningfully be called free if the person acting is fully conscious of the reasons for his/her action. This means that the degree of freedom of the act is determined by the degree of freedom of the thinking preceding the act. But what is thinking? Iddo Oberski’s book explains how Steiner sees thinking as a manifestation in us of a natural phenomenon, and as such, thinking should be understood as a real experience of the spiritual world.

Steiner’s philosophy sparked a movement called Anthroposophy, which seeks to develop a path to knowledge that runs in between science and mysticism.


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Keywords:- Rudolf Steiner Books, Philosophy Of Freedom, Steiner Freedom, Contemporary Spirituality, Understanding Thinking, Learning To Be Free, Self-development, Inspiration For Life, Developing Intuitive Thinking, Developing Imagination, Imaginative Thinking, Steiner World Conception, Understanding Steiner Philosophy, Essence Of Being, Key To Self Imrpovement, Knowing Yourself, Self Knowledge, Body Soul Spirit, Body Mind Soul, Rudolf Steiner Theory, Philosophy Of Independence, Philosophy Of Freedom Guide.


Genres:- Philosophy, General.

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