Re: [anthroposophy] FWD: New Issue: SouthernCross Review
Thanks, Jo Ann.
A splendid issue of the Southern Cross Review!
>From: Jo Ann Schwartz>Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org>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>>>>>>__________________________________________________>Do You Yahoo!?>Get personalized email addresses from Yahoo! Mail>http://personal.mail.yahoo.com/
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