People like to make everything so esoteric. Steiner needed a job. Steiner tried to get a professorship. He tried to run a magazi…"
According to Rudolf Steiner himself, his life was divided into two periods, the first period as a respected scholar, the second period as a “mad” occultist.
Steiner hoped his earlier reputation as a respected scholar, would assure…
"The deviation of a judgment from public opinion is a yardstick for the probability of its truth…"
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Welcome. I am Tom Last, creator of philosophyoffreedom.com. My education is a few years in college and self-learning. I am not an academic or philosophy trained. I have seriously studied the text for 28 years and try to relate what I read to my own experience. I also try to avoid using outside sources, such as Steiner's later writings from theosophy/anthroposophy, because the book is a science of freedom capable of explaining itself. I see the book as a philosophy of life expressed in ethical individualism.