The Illustrated Philosophy Of Freedom

Below are PDF links to each single Philosophy Of Freedom chapter. The chapters are in a textbook format with diagrams and pictures added.

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The ILLUSTRATED Philosophy Of Freedom
by Rudolf Steiner

1916 Hoernle translation
(Based on the 1894 Die Philosophie der Freiheit)

PART I : THEORY
The Theory of Freedom

0. THE GOAL OF KNOWLEDGE
1. CONSCIOUS HUMAN ACTION
2. WHY THE DRIVE FOR KNOWLEDGE IS FUNDAMENTAL
3. THOUGHT AS THE INSTRUMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
4. THE WORLD AS PERCEPTION
5. OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD
6. HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY
7. ARE THERE ANY LIMITS TO COGNITION?
PART II : PRACTICE
The Reality of Freedom

8. THE FACTORS OF LIFE
9. THE IDEA OF FREEDOM
10. MONISM AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM
11. WORLD PURPOSE AND LIFE PURPOSE (The Destiny Of Man)
12. MORAL IMAGINATION (Darwinism and Morality)
13. THE VALUE OF LIFE (Optimism and Pessimism)
14. THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE GENUS
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