Mysticism at the Dawn of the New Age

By Rudolf Steiner

�with an introduction by Paul Allen

111 pages

Ostensibly an essay about certain mystics in European history, Rudolf Steiner also elucidates the relation between his �Philosophy of Freedom� and its mystical as well as philosophical essence.

"Now there are three roads � in the main � upon which one can walk when one arrives where Nicolas [of Cusa] had arrived: one is positive faith, which comes to us from outside; the second is despair: one stands alone with one's burden and feels all existence tottering with oneself; the third road is the development of man's own deepest faculties. Confidence in the world must be one leader along this third road. Courage to follow this confidence, no matter where it leads, must be the other..."


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