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  • At 21:09 01.03.2004, Frank wrote: >On second thought, my reply would be the same, only substituting Tarjei >for Rudolf. I once read a book by Harry Browne entitled "How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World." I'm not going to talk about the content of the book, but its title. Anthroposophy, anarchism, anarchosophy, call it anything you like or delete all the labels and isms altogether...
    Tarjei Straume Mar 1, 2004
  • At 21:18 01.03.2004, Bradford wrote: >Partly I re-check the flavor and honesty of Augustine and I weigh out the >metamorphosis of a man like Dylan. No conclusions drawn but to let it sit >in my soul life as I may or may not see connections. There may not be any real connection, or there may be. We don't know. The poet usually doesn't know. A poet doesn't have to make a claim, and...
    Tarjei Straume Mar 1, 2004
  • The police chief in Oslo is a sweet and attractive lady with a fine personality. I couldn't think of a mean thing to say about her. She was on a TV talk show the other night, and they were discussing the concept of evil within the context of violent crimes. The police chief, whose name is Killengren (no pun intended there), acknowledged that what the police did would sometimes be...
    Tarjei Straume Mar 1, 2004
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  • >Bradford comments; > >"The Great Library >The Great Library of Alexandria is a legend. Not a myth, but a >legend. These terms, myth and legend, are almost synonymous in this case. myth n. 1 a traditional narrative usu. involving supernatural or imaginary persons and often embodying popular ideas on natural or social phenomena etc. 2 such narratives collectively. 3 a widely held...
    Tarjei Straume Mar 1, 2004
  • Frank wrote: > >You wrote, that RS said: : "The innumerable gods are man's creators, but > >they have now withdrawn their authority so that we shall become mature and > >self dependent enough to make > >it on our own. The gods are in other words anarchists. The free spirit in > > man, the anarchist soul, is the goal and purpose of creation. " I wrote: >No I didn't. I was quoting...
    Tarjei Straume Mar 1, 2004
  • Hi Frank, you wrote: >You wrote, that RS said: : "The innumerable gods are man's creators, but >they have now withdrawn their authority so that we shall become mature and >self dependent enough to make >it on our own. The gods are in other words anarchists. The free spirit in > man, the anarchist soul, is the goal and purpose of creation. " No I didn't. I was quoting myself, not RS...
    Tarjei Straume Mar 1, 2004
  • Hi Frank, >Tarjei wrote: > > Anthroposophy is a branch of anarchism. Frank: >If this is so, you and Peter are indeed strange bedfellows. Is Peter S a representative of spiritualized individual autonomy as this comes to expression in the PoF? >Some time later, Steiner came up with the Tripartite Society, in which the >political state, though reduced to its legitimate functions...
    Tarjei Straume Feb 29, 2004
  • At 03:08 29.02.2004, Linda Clemens wrote: >Your speculation may be valid, but let me try to make my point more >clearly. If, as this writing suggests to me, Steiner respected and >honored the "Jewish element", so too did he unreservedly argue that the >preservation of this "Jewish element" (which I believe he went on to >describe in his Homunculus essay as religion, spirit and...
    Tarjei Straume Feb 29, 2004
  • Hey, A hippie friend of mine from Scotland just gave me this tune - just check it out at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/anthroposophy_tomorrow/files/elfuncle/ Click on the link "reefer.wma" Cheers, Tarjei http://uncletaz.com/
    Tarjei Straume Feb 29, 2004
  • Anthroposophy is a branch of anarchism. This was established once and for all when Rudolf Steiner wrote his major work, "The Philosophy of Freedom," in 1894. In Chapter 10, "Philosophy and Monism," dr. Steiner lays the foundation for the individualist anarchism represented by Max Stirner, John Henry Mackay, and Benjamin Ricketson Tucker, although Mackay, who had political...
    Tarjei Straume Feb 28, 2004