The Philosophy of Freedom (Wilson) (Books Section)

This book, written in 1894, is a fundamental treatment of Steiner’s philosophical outlook. Together with Truth and Science and The Riddles of Philosophy, it might be considered as one third of a philosophical trilogy. The emphasis of the book is not on freedom as ordinarily understood, but on freiheit or what might be termed freeness. This freeness is a self-starting, self-directing activity of a spiritual sort. Here, the term spiritual is used in a sense not incompatible with the use of the word in the tradition of the German idealistic school of philosophy.
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