Rudolf Steiner – 150th Anniversary Of The Birth Of The Founder Of Anthroposophy

ForestFinance: Capital should serve environment and the people and not vice versa forest village school, Eurythmy and anthroposophy all this goes back to a man: Rudolf Steiner. The February 27 is the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great philosopher and influential reformer. Rudolf Steiner was not only the founder of the anthroposophical spiritual science, but also pioneer of biodynamic farming. His ideas and innovations affecting entrepreneurs, educators, medical professionals, artists and scientists today still world. Rudolf Steiner is known primarily as the founder of the Waldorf schools (Rudolf Steiner schools”) and Waldorf kindergartens, of which there are now around the world several thousand.

There are hundreds of curative education and social therapy facilities and clinics, which are significantly shaped by the teachings of the anthroposophist. But also the modern economy increasingly picks up Steiner’s ideas. There are thousands worldwide successful ethical and social ecological companies and dozens of banking institutions that bear witness to this, how sustainable is Steiner’s ideas have spread. In the 21st century, the ideas of Rudolf Steiner to environmental responsibility, on the relationship of work and money and preventing health and social ills in actuality have won. From the anthroposophy to sustainable agriculture “anthroposophy is a knowledge path that would lead the spiritual in the human beings to the spiritual in the universe” with these words, Rudolf Steiner defined the goal of he founded anthroposophy, a Gnostic worldview, which will affect all possible spheres of life. This includes primarily based on and developed by Rudolf Steiner and Waldorf Education, but also the areas of art, architecture, medicine and agriculture have a central role in Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy. The work of Rudolf Steiner is divided into 42 volumes of writings, about 6,000 lectures, as well as a variety of architectural and artistic works. At the beginning of the first world war, Rudolf Steiner turned more and more political, sociological and socio-critical topics to.