Two Aspects of the Modern World's Attitude to Spiritual Knowledge By Rudolf Steiner

(June 26, 1917)
"Two aspects of the modern world's attitude to spiritual knowledge are described. On the one hand a modern scientist, Moritz Benedikt, arrives at a recognition of Goethe's theory of color, purely through his scientific research into the phenomenon of water divining. On the other, a modern professor of philosophy, Max Dessoir, not only rejects the science of the spirit, but by misquoting at great length passages from Occult Science and other books he deliberately sets out to falsify it."

From "A collection of 8 Lectures by Rudolf Steiner given between May and July of 1917. (CW 176)"

(Titles of individual videos in general not titles given by Rudolf Steiner)


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