Der Staudie's suggestion
- Peter Staudenmaier wrote while wiping his ass in the WC:
"Taking Waldorf's various shortcomings seriously would be an
excellent way for Waldorf proponents to improve Waldorf education, not damage it. A good place to start would be to engage with work like Heiner Ullrich's, for instance, rather than comforting yourselves with the publications of fellow Waldorf fans."
Not a bad idea actually: