Thanks for your message,Lorraine.
You give a very clear account of how Seiner's ideas can be applied in
education, and it makes a lot of sense to me.
However,I am afraid I can't agree with your statement that, "the
philosphical camps (Buddhism and Anthroposophy) are mutually
exclusive." It would seem that Steiner incorporated the Buddhist
ideas of Reincarnation and Karma into his system, which is perfectly
consistent with the concept of spiritual science. Like any good
scientist he took account of what other scientists had discovered
before him, and then made tremendous advances of his own. I regard
both the Buddha and Steiner as great spiritual scientists.
--- In email@example.com, Jarvi <ljarvi@p...> wrote:
> This is in response to Sena's question, "Why is history important?"