Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War, these seven lectures present Rudolf Steiner's trenchant diagnosis of the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead end to which materialism has brought modern civilization. Starting with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended. In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the twelve senses and their relationship to the cosmos, psychology, and art. In the process, he reveals the central importance of the development of Imagination.
|I.||The Immortality of the I||June 06, 1916|
|II.||Blood and Nerves||June 13, 1916|
|III.||The Twelve Human Senses||June 20, 1916|
|IV.||The Human Organism Through the Incarnations||June 27, 1916|
|V.||Balance in Life||July 04, 1916|
|VI.||The Feeling For Truth||July 11, 1916|
|VII.||Toward Imagination||July 18, 1916|