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Rhythmical Thinking: “Think of the What – Think Still More of the How”

– G. A. Bondarev

Rudolf Steiner stressed the following when he was characterizing his system of knowledge: “These matters of method are the most important thing in the realm of spiritual-scientific cognition – which our time so sorely needs” (GA 186, p.23). It follows from this “that one cannot know Anthroposophy without having acquired a mastery of its method.” For all who are striving to know Anthroposophy this is an axiom, in the opinion of its creator. With regard to “our time”, the age we live in is only willing to recognize a science insofar as its claim to scientific status is justified from a strict methodological point of view. This applies to Anthroposophical spiritual science. Its “matters of method” in their totality build up the structure of its methodology. Spiritual science has come into the world in order to put its own methodology in the place of the methodology of our civilization, which has completely exhausted its possibilities.

The central principle of Anthroposophical methodology is to regard reality as a unitary whole and, at the same time, as consisting of two parts: the sensible and the supersensible. The core […]

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