Category:GA (workers' lectures)

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The so-called "Workers' Lectures" occupy a special place in Rudolf Steiner's work of lectures, since they are neither complete cycles of lectures on a specific theme nor announced lectures for a specific audience. Rather, these more than a hundred lectures emerged from question and answer sessions during the morning breaks for the workers involved in building the Goetheanum. Rudolf Steiner spontaneously responded to the questions and topics that came to him from the circle of participants. And just how varied these were becomes clear from the selection of the contents of the eight volumes listed here.

What is particularly characteristic is the freshness and immediacy that these lectures radiate. Thus they also prove to be a bridge from everyday questions of life to purely spiritual content and may be called - in the best sense of the word - a "popular" introduction to the research results of Anthroposophy. (Rudolf Steiner Verlag)

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