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Space (Latinspatium; Hebrewחלל chalal) is, from a spiritual-scientific point of view, a product of the highest Trinity, which itself cannot be imagined spatially. The external, geometrically descriptive Euclidean space, i.e. our usual visual space, is three-dimensional. However, mathematics is also able to precisely grasp higher-dimensional, even infinite-dimensional spaces, which elude the sensory imagination, through pure thought by defining space as an abstract set of mathematical objects with a certain mathematical structure, for example as a vector space or as a topological space or as a manifold. Rudolf Steiner himself often spoke about the spiritual significance of the fourth dimension (Lit.:GA 324a).


References to the work of Rudolf Steiner follow Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works (CW or GA), Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach/Switzerland, unless otherwise stated.
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Index to the Complete Works of Rudolf Steiner - Aelzina Books
A complete list by Volume Number and a full list of known English translations you may also find at Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works
Rudolf Steiner Archive - The largest online collection of Rudolf Steiner's books, lectures and articles in English.
Rudolf Steiner Audio - Recorded and Read by Dale Brunsvold - Anthroposophic Press Inc. (USA)
Rudolf Steiner Handbook - Christian Karl's proven standard work for orientation in Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works for free download as PDF.