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From Luther to Steiner,

Author: Ernst Boldt; Agnes Blake
Publisher: New York, E.P. Dutton [1921]
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Boldt, Ernst.
From Luther to Steiner.
New York, E.P. Dutton [1921]
(OCoLC)654371207
Named Person: Rudolf Steiner; Rudolf Steiner
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernst Boldt; Agnes Blake
OCLC Number: 1018780
Description: xx, 213, [1] pages frontispiece, plates, portrait 20 cm
Contents: The spirit of the Reformation: The Germanization of Christianity --
Luther's greatest achievement in politics --
Luther's achievement in religion --
Comparative national psychology --
The psychology of the German national soul --
The exoteric and the esoteric spirit --
Luther's religious limitations --
Petrifaction and decay --
The final consequences --
The spirit of the revolution: The scientific spirit of our time --
Action and reaction --
The basis of theories and knowledge --
The revolt of mind and spirit --
Foes within and without --
Persons and things --
Anthroposophy and Catholicism --
The victory of things --
The all-destroyer and the all-renewer --
The spirit of evolution: Nature and spirit --
The nature of Gnosis --
Gnosis, or anthroposophy --
Orient and Occident --
Speculation or spiritual vision --
The resuscitation of the mysteries --
Ahriman, Lucifer, and Christ --
The root of social evil --
The threefold division of the social organism, i.e. 'The threefold State.'
Responsibility: by Ernst Boldt. Translated by Agnes Blake.

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