Re: Steiner on racial evolution
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Peter Staudenmaier
... You frequently get "peoples" and "cultures" mixed up, and you
appear to think that both are essentially synonyms for "race"...
That's a good point. If the doctrine which holds that moving
forward in evolution is directly tied to race, was changed - and the
word 'culture' replaced 'race' - would that be an acceptable
formulation? Up until a century ago the two were virtually
synonymous anyway, so the doctrine would remain essentially intact
even with this word change. It can easily be argued that 'culture'
is in fact what was meant.
See ya, Raymon
> But what has this sort of thing to do with the debate at
> > hand?
> Wanted to know where you were coming from with your comments thatquestions
> seem to point that you think Staudenmaier correct that Dr. Steiner
> was a racist? Do you consider that to be true? I have other
> but I guess I would like to have these questions answered regardingRaymon, can you answer the question above sometime soon? Do you think
> the doctrine before I go on further.
Dr. Steiner was a racist? Have you read Staudenmaiers Eco paper? And
if so have you checked the references to realities of the Doctors
work? And if so have you not noted the two or three word quote with a
Staudenmaier interpretation of said quote as if the Doctor stated
And if you do consider Dr. Steiner a racist what the hell are you
doing following such a man? Do you agree with any aspects that you
consider racist in Dr. Steiners work? Do you find yourself outside
the mainstream of Anthroposophy according to how others view his
work? What is the most important aspect of the Doctors work you think
serves the future of humanity? How do you feel about Sophia making
her reappearance center stage?
Come on Sophia,