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Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path AudioBook

The Philosophy of Freedom
Intuitive Thinking As A Spiritual Path, Lipson translation
copyright © Anthroposophic Press, 1995.
Audio by Dale Brunsvold [1]


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CONTENTS
Translator’s Introduction [1] vii
Introduction by Gertrude Reif Hughes [1] xiii
Preface to the Revised Edition, 1918 [1]

PART I : THEORY
The Knowledge of Freedom


1. Conscious Human Action [1] 5

2. The Fundamental Urge for Knowledge [1] 18

3. Thinking in the Service of Understanding
the World
[1] 27

4. The World as Percept [1] 49

5. Knowing the World [1] 73

6. Human Individuality [1] 97

7. Are There Limits to Cognition? [1] 104

PART II : PRACTICE
The Reality of Freedom


8. The Factors of Life [1] 127

9. The Idea of Freedom [1] 135

10. Freedom-Philosophy and Monism [1] 163

11. World Purpose and Life Purpose
(Human Destiny)
[1] 173

12. Moral Imagination
(Darwinism and Ethics)
[1] 180

13. The Value of Life
(Pessimism and Optimism)
[1]194

14. Individuality and Genus [1] 225

FINAL QUESTIONS
The Consequences of Monism [1] 231

Appendix 1 & Appendix 2 (1918) [1]
Bibliography 259
Index 263


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