Rudolf Steiner described the human ideal as an ethical individualist. You will know an ethical individualist by their attitude on certain issues.
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With many Waldorf schools declaring themselves anti-racist schools the culture war has reached Waldorf education. Anti-racist education is a materialistic worldview that believes the way you change people is to change the external world. Waldorf education is based on a spiritualistic worldview that believes the way you change the world is to change people through proper human development.
0:04 1. WALDORF ALERT
1:55 2. MATERIALISM vs SPIRITUALISM
4:49 3. WALDORF SCHOOLS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
5:58 4. ANTI-RACIST EDUCATION
9:21 5. CULTURAL DETERMINISM
10:17 6. FIRST PRINCIPLES
13:09 7. GROUP IDENTITY
15:05 8. THE WAY TO PEACE
P1 Rudolf Steiner: Origin Of The Culture War
0.00 Culture War Philosophies
0:43 The Philosophy Of Freedom
When we are forced to act in a politically correct way we are not free and we are not moral. This video shows how the teachings of Jordan Peterson are very similar to Rudolf Steiner's teachings in The Philosophy Of Freedom.
The motto of Rudolf Steiner's Philosophy Of Freedom is that truth empowers creative activity. Video text is from The Philosophy Of Freedom By Rudolf Steiner 1894 Preface (original chapter 1): "The Goal Of Knowledge"
Jordan Peterson and Rudolf Steiner agree that the path forward that will do the most good and protect the world from tyrannical collectivism is to strengthen the sovereignty of the individual. This is the fundamental difference between social justice ideology and freedom philosophy. Social justice ideology favors group identity and collectivism over valuing and respecting the sovereignty of the individual.
The text for the video is the first paragraph of the original 1894 unedited Philosophy Of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner. The Philosophy Of Freedom begins by describing its fundamental principle, the sovereignty of the individual. Individual sovereignty is the basis for freedom, human dignity and personal responsibility.
Please send this video link to those who may fall prey to social justice ideology: https://philosophyoffreedom.com/profiles/blog/rudolf-steiner-how-to-become-a-free-individuality
0:00 (14.0 The Question Of Free Individuality
1:00 (14.1 Group Type
2:00 (14.2 Emancipation From Type
3:05 (14.3 Opportunity According To Ability And Inclination
4:13 (14.4 Profession According To Merit
5:19 (14.5 Free Self-Determination
6:25 (14.6 Individual Thinking
7:06 (14.7 Individual Goals
7:41 (14.8 Individual Views And Actions
8:09 (14.9 Emancipation Of Knowing
9:35 (14.10 Emancipation Of Being
10:13 (14.11 Free Ethical Conduct
10:47 (14.12 Moral Contribution To Humanity
The Philosophy Of Freedom is a guide to True Knowledge (inner truth) and to our True Self.
True knowledge empowers creative action. Knowledge of our True Self makes it possible to actualize our true self in outward life.
This edition translated by Hoernle in 1916 is the ONLY original, unrevised edition of "The Philosophy Of Freedom." Available on Amazon ($9.80 priced at cost). Warning: The Kindle edition sold on Amazon is not Hoernle.
Peace Based On Freedom, Not Justice or Force
"Freedom is the only word which has a ring of immediate truth today… If, instead of such slogans as peace founded on justice, or peace imposed by force, people would only speak of peace based on freedom, then this word would echo round the world and kindle in the hearts of all a sense of security." Rudolf Steiner quote
P4 Rudolf Steiner: Winning The Culture War With A Science Of Freedom
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P3 Rudolf Steiner: The Culture War To Unify The People
P2 Rudolf Steiner: The Culture War Of Human Nature
P1 Rudolf Steiner: Origin Of The Culture War
The Philosophy Of Freedom Values - Truth, Individuality, and Freedom
The Philosophy Of Freedom is the most important work of German Philosopher Rudolf Steiner. It was written in the 1890’s for the increasing conceptual power of scientific thinking that produced the rapid rise in technology. It is a science of freedom that places human evolution toward freedom on a scientific basis.
Postmodern Neo-Marxist Values (social justice movement) - Blind Passion, Tribalism, Cultural Determinism
The values of Steiner’s Philosophy Of Freedom—Truth, Individuality, and Freedom— are opposed today by Postmodern Neo-Marxism that began with radical social protests in the late 1960’s. The value of truth is replaced with blind passion, individualism is replaced with tribalism, and freedom is replaced with cultural determinism. Postmodern Neo-Marxism is the underlying ideology of the today's Social Justice Movement expressed in Political Correctness.
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