- ... efforts to bring about the information on Steiner s biography, which I otherwise would not find. I m glad it s appreciated. It s important, I think, notMessage 1 of 22 , May 2, 2008View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Andrei O."
>efforts to bring about the information on Steiner's biography, which I
> Tarjei, I've stopped a little bit just to say that I appreciate your
otherwise would not find.
I'm glad it's appreciated. It's important, I think, not only to make
all of the Doctor's works available on the web in their entirety, but
also the biographies of his life and work -- a topic that has been
attempted falsified by hole-pundits who are practicing historical
revisionism, and little clever mistranslations in quoted texts, with
Steiner and Anthroposophy as special target for selective indignation.
- I ve put the book on my own website while it s being worked over by James for the Rudolf Steiner Archive: http://uncletaz.com/easton/ The Archive has aMessage 2 of 22 , May 3, 2008View SourceI've put the book on my own website while it's being worked over by
James for the Rudolf Steiner Archive:
The Archive has a searchable index-system that makes the index at the
end of the book superfluous, so I'm skipping that bit.
Notes 55 and 65 are missing from the text (chapters 11 and 13-14). The
asterisk notes have been handled in a somewhat clumsy way, but James
has a better solution for the Archive.