These lectures comprise one of the most comprehensive introductions to Rudolf Steiner's philosophy, psychology, and practice of education.
Steiner begins by describing the union of science, art, religion and morality; the aim of all his work and underlying his concept of education. Against this background, he describes a new developmental psychology, establishing how a child's consciousness develops. He shows how to present various subjects so that they enable individuals to grow into real inner freedom.
February 2004; Trans. revised J.Darrell & G.Adams (14 lectures, Ilkley, Aug. 1923; GA 307); AP; 224pp; 21.5 x 13.5 cm; pb;