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The Philosophy of Freedom

By 

Rudolf Steiner



Table of Contents:




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Introduction by Michael Wilson



Author's Prefaces


1. Author's Preface to the revised edition of 1918

2. Author's Preface to the first edition 1894; revised, 1918



Knowledge of Freedom



1 - Conscious Human Action

2 - The Fundamental Desire for Knowledge


3 - Thinking in the Service of Knowledge

4 - The World as Percept

5 - The Act of Knowing

6 - Human Individuality


7 - Are there Limits to Knowledge? (The Reality of Freedom)

8 - The Factors of Life

9 - The Idea of Freedom

10 - Philosophy and Monism

11 - World Purpose and Life Purpose (The Ordering of Man's Destiny)


12 - Moral Imagination (Darwinism and Morality)

13 - The Value of Life (Optimism and Pessimism)

14 - Individuality and Genus




Ultimate Questions - The Consequences of Monism 

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