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  • Jo Ann Schwartz
    Dear Friends and Subscribers, Things are changing at SouthernCross Review. The first change is that one of SCR s key words is now Anthroposophy, the spiritual
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 2, 2001
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      Dear Friends and Subscribers,

      Things are changing at SouthernCross Review. The first change is that one
      of SCR's key words is now Anthroposophy, the spiritual science originated
      by Rudolf Steiner during the first third of the twentieth century. The
      lead articles in this issue are dedicated to that subject. "The Cardinal
      Question of Economic Life" is a lecture translated for the first time in
      English.

      The second internal development is that all the e-books in our E-book
      library are now free. We only suggest that a donation of two dollars per
      book be made - but no one is under any obligation to do so. This may be
      the first time in history that free is really free - no strings.

      Two new e-books are offered in the library: "The Soul of Man under
      Socialism", a brilliant essay by Oscar Wilde. Socialism in practice turned
      out to be very different from what the arch-individualist Wilde imagined.
      But the essay is really more about the soul of man than it is about
      socialism. The other is one of my all-time favorites: "Crime and
      Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, the first and possibly the best
      literary psychological thriller.

      Don Cruse is back, in a philosophical mood this time, with an essay on Sin
      and Freedom. And if you've ever suspected that there's more to baseball
      than meets the uninitiated eye, don't miss Hannah M.G. Shapero's article
      on its esoteric meaning. Chuckling is allowed. Still in anthroposophical
      mode, Bobby Matherne contributes a review of a Rudolf Steiner book about
      thinking, And Hannah M.G. Shapero contributes a review of Arthur Zajonc's
      "Catching the Light"

      In the fiction department, our regular contributor, Gaither Stewart, has a
      jewel of a story. And batting in the cleanup spot is the ineffable anah
      childs.

      Click below for immediate delivery.

      Warm regards - till September,
      Frank Thomas Smith
      http://www.SouthernCrossReview.org





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    • elaine upton
      Thanks, Jo Ann. A splendid issue of the Southern Cross Review! elaine ... Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 5, 2001
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        Thanks, Jo Ann.

        A splendid issue of the Southern Cross Review!

        elaine

        >From: Jo Ann Schwartz
        >Reply-To: anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com
        >To: Anthroposophical Science , Anthroposophical Views , Anthroposophy
        >Subject: [anthroposophy] FWD: New Issue: SouthernCross Review
        >Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2001 13:37:31 -0700 (PDT)
        >
        >
        >Dear Friends and Subscribers,
        >
        >Things are changing at SouthernCross Review. The first change is that one
        >of SCR's key words is now Anthroposophy, the spiritual science originated
        >by Rudolf Steiner during the first third of the twentieth century. The
        >lead articles in this issue are dedicated to that subject. "The Cardinal
        >Question of Economic Life" is a lecture translated for the first time in
        >English.
        >
        >The second internal development is that all the e-books in our E-book
        >library are now free. We only suggest that a donation of two dollars per
        >book be made - but no one is under any obligation to do so. This may be
        >the first time in history that free is really free - no strings.
        >
        >Two new e-books are offered in the library: "The Soul of Man under
        >Socialism", a brilliant essay by Oscar Wilde. Socialism in practice turned
        >out to be very different from what the arch-individualist Wilde imagined.
        >But the essay is really more about the soul of man than it is about
        >socialism. The other is one of my all-time favorites: "Crime and
        >Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, the first and possibly the best
        >literary psychological thriller.
        >
        >Don Cruse is back, in a philosophical mood this time, with an essay on Sin
        >and Freedom. And if you've ever suspected that there's more to baseball
        >than meets the uninitiated eye, don't miss Hannah M.G. Shapero's article
        >on its esoteric meaning. Chuckling is allowed. Still in anthroposophical
        >mode, Bobby Matherne contributes a review of a Rudolf Steiner book about
        >thinking, And Hannah M.G. Shapero contributes a review of Arthur Zajonc's
        >"Catching the Light"
        >
        >In the fiction department, our regular contributor, Gaither Stewart, has a
        >jewel of a story. And batting in the cleanup spot is the ineffable anah
        >childs.
        >
        >Click below for immediate delivery.
        >
        >Warm regards - till September,
        >Frank Thomas Smith
        >http://www.SouthernCrossReview.org
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
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