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The Assignment of Anthroposophy in Relation to Science and Life: Darmstadt University Course

Die Aufgabe der Anthroposophie gegenüber Wissenschaft und Leben - Darmstädter Hochschulkurs

Lectures and addresses, Darmstadt 27 to 30 July 1921, including answers to questions and supplementary remarks to lectures by other speakers.

This course, organised by the Federation for Anthroposophical University Work, was primarily addressed to the student body. In addition to Rudolf Steiner's lectures and talks, lectures were also given by Albert Steffen, Walter Johannes Stein, Eugen Kolisko, Wilhelm Pelikan, Friedrich Husemann, Hermann von Baravalle, E.A. Karl Stockmeyer, Carl Unger, Karl Heyer and Alexander Strakosch; V. Werbeck- Svärdström also participated with a song recital and Marie Steiner with "Recitative Rehearsals".


Recognition of Nature and Recognition of Spirit / Concluding remarks after the lecture by Carl Unger on "Technology as a Free Art" / The Spiritual Signature of the Present / Answers to Questions at the Pedagogical Evening / Supplementary Remarks and Answers to Questions after the lecture by Alexander Strakosch on "The History of Architecture and Individual Technical Branches" / The Assignment of Anthroposophy in Relation to Science and Life / Concluding Speech / Appendix with Letters, Notebook Entries and Press Comments



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