Sacred Geometry, Alchemy and Mathematics
The point, line, plane and solid objects represent the first three dimensions, but a kind of reversal of space is involved in the ascent to a fourth dimension. Steiner leads us to the brink of this new perspective - as nearly as it can be done with words, diagrams, analogies and examples of many kinds. In doing so, he continues his lifelong project of demonstrating that our objective, everyday thinking is the lowest rung of a ladder that reaches up to literally infinite heights.
Trans. C.E. Creeger, Intro. D. Booth (6 lectures, Berlin, Mar-Jun 1905 + 2 lectures 7 Nov 1905 & 22 Oct 1908, GA 324a; SB; 256pp; 15 x 23 cm; pb;
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