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"In 1894 I made the attempt with my Philosophy of Freedom to provide just such a philosophic basis on which to approach spiritual science. It presents the wide range of human standpoints, often masquerading under such strange philosophical names, in a way that leaves the reader free of attachment to any particular approach and able to let the various concepts speak for themselves, as though each were a photograph of one and the same object taken from many different angles." Rudolf Steiner on his book the Philosophy of Freedom P. 97

Philosophy Of Freedom Study Course Topics (completed through 5~8)
Part I: Knowledge Of Freedom

The
Philosophy
Of
Freedom
CHAPTER 1
Conscious
Human
Action
CHAPTER 2
Desire For
Knowledge
CHAPTER 3
Thinking
As The
Instrument
Of
Knowledge
CHAPTER 4
The World
As Percept
CHAPTER 5
The Act Of
Knowing
The World

CHAPTER 6
Human
Individuality
CHAPTER 7
Are There
Limits To
Knowledge?
World
Outlook
Occultism [0]
(Moon)
Transcendental
-ism
[0](Mercury)
Mysticism
(Venus)
Empiricism
(Sun)
Voluntarism [0]
(Mars)
Logicism [0]
(Jupiter)
Gnosis [0]
(Saturn)
Type of
Thinking
Compelled
Thinking
Speculative
Thinking
Reflective
Thinking
Reactive
Thinking
Critical
Thinking
Independent
Thinking
Cognitive
Thinking
Introduction [0]
to the
Study Course
1-0 [0]
Freedom /
Determinism
2-0 [0]
"I" / world
Separation
3-0 [0]
Observation /
thinking
4-0 [0]
Percept /
concept
5-0 [0] 6-0 [0]
Subject / object
7-0 [0]
Duality / unity
Materialism
(Cancer)
1-1 [0]
Freedom of
indifferent
choice
2-1 [0]
Materialistic
conception
3-1 [0]
Observation of thinking
4-1 [0]
Concepts
cause and
effect
5-1 [0]
World of
mental pictures
6-1 [0]
Physiological
subjectivity
of percepts
7-1 [0]
Assumed
world
principle and
experience
Spiritism [0]
(Capricorn)
1-2 [0]
Freedom
of
choice
2-2 [0]
Spiritualistic
theory
3-2 [0]
Formation Of Concept
4-2 [0]
Conceptual
reference
5-2 [0]
Assert results
of thinking

6-2 [0]
Intuitive
reference to
percept

7-2 [0]
Egohood's
questions
and answers
Realism
(Libra)
1-3 [0]
Freedom to
act from our
own nature
2-3 [0]
Absolute
idealism
3-3 [0]
Contemplation
of object
4-3 [0]
Conceptual
relationship
between
observations
5-3 [0]
World
produces
thinking
6-3 [0]
Mental picture
is
individualized
concept
7-3 [0]
Reconcile
familiar
percepts and
concepts
Idealism
(Aries)
1-4 [0]
Freedom
from external
impulses
2-4 [0]
One-sided
idealism
3-4 [0]
Contemplation
of thinking
4-4 [0]
Correcting
picture of
the world
5-4 [0]
Process of
becoming
6-4 [0]
Sum of
mental pictures
is experience
7-4 [0]
Ideal
reference of
percept to
objective
reality
Mathematism [0]
(Gemini)
1-5 [0]
Action the
result of
conscious
motive
2-5 [0]
Matter /
thinking
contradiction
3-5 [0]
Content of
concept
4-5 [0]
Mathematical
& qualitative
dependence
of picture
5-5 [0]
Inseparable
existence of
concept with
percept
6-5 [0]
Cognitive
personality
7-5 [0]
Real principles
in addition to
ideal
principles
Rationalism [0]
(Taurus)
1-6 [0]
Free when
controlled by
reason
2-6 [0]
Indivisible
unity
3-6 [0]
Content of
thoughts
4-6 [0]
Percept
exists only
in subjective
perception
5-6 [0]
Isolate
sections of
world for
consideration
6-6 [0]
Relate percept
to ego:
pleasure/pain
7-6 [0]
Real evidence
of senses in
addition to
ideal evidence
Psychism [0]
(Pisces)
1-7 [0]
Free to do
as one
wills
2-7 [0]
We contrast
"I" with world
3-7 [0]
Content of
the thinking
activity
4-7 [0]
Mental
picture (MP):
After-effect
of
observation
5-7 [0]
Self-perception
Self-definition
6-7 [0]
Experience
self-feeling
with
self-knowledge
7-7 [0]
Transitory
percepts and
ideal entities
Pneumatism [0]
(Aquarius)
1-8 [0]
Unconditioned
spontaneous
activity
2-8 [0]
Nature's
activity within
3-8 [0]
Remain
within thinking
4-8 [0]
MP: Change in ourselves
caused by
unknown
thing-in-itself
5-8 [0]
We are the
All-One Being

6-8 [0]
Reach feelings
into ideal

7-8 [0]
Perceptible
reality and
imperceptible
reality
Monadism [0]
(Sagittarius)
1-9 [0]
Knowledge
of an
action
2-9 [0]
Know
nature within
3-9 [0]
Create thinking
before
knowing it
4-9 [0]
MP: What our
organization
transmits to us
of external
object
5-9 [0]
Activities of the
body are thing-
in-itself in the
concrete
6-9 [0]
Making
mental pictures
7-9 [0]
Sum of
percepts and
laws of nature
Dynamism [0]
(Scorpio)
1-10 [0]
Action springs
from the
heart
2-10 [0]
Something
more
than "I"
3-10 [0]
Thinking
subsists
through itself
4-10 [0]
Product of soul
transferred to
external world
5-10 [0]
Corresponding
intuition of
observed
object
6-10 [0]
Intensity
of feelings
7-10 [0]
Separation
and reunion
of "I" into
world
continuum
Phenomenalism [0]
(Virgo)
1-11 [0]
Love of
another
2-11 [0]
Description
of experience
3-11 [0]
Impartial
consideration
of thinking
4-11 [0]
External
percept is
mental picture
5-11 [0]
Ideal
connections
of percepts
6-11 [0]
Education of
life of
feeling
7-11 [0]
Sum of effects
and underlying
causes
Sensationalism [0]
(Leo)
1-12 [0]
Perception
of good
qualities
2-12 [0]
Record facts
without
interpretation
3-12 [0]
Rightness of
thinking in
itself
4-12 [0]
MP:
Modification of real eye
and real hand
5-12 [0]
Objective
percept
present in field
of observation
6-12 [0]
Concepts
gain
concrete life
7-12 [0]
Subjective
and
objective
world
continuum

06/26/2008


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