Nine Public Lectures, February 23, 1921-September 16, 1922
Author: Rudolf Steiner
View: 1003Steiner presented his ideas to the public with surprising directness. He emphasized that teaching should be artistic and improvisational, not dogmatic, and that the great battle concerns the spiritual nature of children. Themes include the role of health and illness in education and the three major phases in childhood: imitation, authority, and freedom. Includes two lectures given in England on Shakespeare and new ideals in education.