Re: Pre-existence and afterlife in politics - survival of the fittest
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "write3chairs" <write3chairs@...> wrote:
> Aversions, where would we be without them?
Casting aspersions, of course.
> Speaking of which, did we ever settle that pesky matter
> of whether Anthroposophy is dead or not? I propose the
> creation of two new groups, AnthroposophyIsDead and
> AnthroposophyLives, and see who joins. That way, we
> can make an informed decision. We wait and see which
> group attracts the most people, then we hire Frank's
> exterminator to come in and destroy the lesser house.
An excellent idea! I'm inclined to go with the pro-dead group as Steiner said we must take death as our starting point although, I must say, there is a certain allure here as well: