Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Peter Staudenmaier's mindgames
- Hi Tarjei, you wrote:
"You debate in a manner that is evasive in many ways, sidetracking the issue raised by someone else by finding ways to revert to your old worn-out repetitive polemical arguments about racism and anti-Semitism."That's what I came here to talk about. This is not sidetracking the issue, it is sticking to the issue.
"You appear to have no interest whatsoever in Rudolf Steiner's cosmology or epistemology"I am interested in both topics, but they're not why I'm on this list."You write
about "the Jewish question" and how it was discussed in the 1880's and
1890's and the early years of the 19th century, and you write about what
Steiner said or wrote about this "Jewish question", but you would never
consider that to Steiner, this topic may not just have been what is
contained in the expression "the Jewish question", but something much much deeper, namely: The Jewish Mystery."On the contrary, that is very much how I think Steiner viewed the "Jewish question". In fact the most thorough explication of Steiner's views on this topic is Ludwig Thieben's book The Mystery of Jewry.
"By the term "Hebrews" I mean the
Jews of Biblical times, not of modern times"Yes, that's why I have little to say about your posts on that theme.Peter
- UH, OH, Bradford !
I think Taibbi's been
reading your posts, kind sir!
> By Matt Taibbi--- In email@example.com,
> ...I'm off on this tangent
> because I'm enraged by the
> numerous attempts at verbose,
> pseudoliterary, "nuanced" criticism...
> SHOVELING COAL FOR SATAN
> Christopher Hitchens collects check from Microsoft, calls Moore a
> By Matt Taibbi