Discovering a Genius

Rudolf Steiner at 150
Narrated by: Ben Tyler
Length: 52 mins
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An introduction to the life and work of Rudolf Steiner, a largely undiscovered genius whose work deserves to be far better known. No acquaintance is presupposed, but experienced anthroposophists also stand to gain by listening to it.

©2011 Frederick Amrine (P)2017 Frederick Amrine

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Excellent overview

I wish this could be widely distributed. Vitally important introduction to Steiners vast gifts to the world.

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clear, short and informative. inspiring!

it inspired me to pursue knowing Steiner
aht impact he jad
his network of influence but also the abundance of the knowledge he left behind

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A needed and thorough understanding of Steiner

In the on-line world, where the work and life mission of Rudolf Steiner is often distorted or mis-interpreted, Fred Amrine offers us a well written, well researched and creative synthesis of the wide subject matter, which Steiner's works cover. If you have read a significant amount of Steiner's work, this text will review, refresh and re-invigorate your interest. If you have not delved into Steiner's work, this text will inspire you to start.

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Rudolf Steiner is a valuable life stimulator.

Loved this never too late encounter with this great man on s TRUTH LOVE AND FREEDOM journey.

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Brief but accurate treatise on Rudolf Steiner.

Verry good and did not get bogged down as it could have because Steiner is SOOO complex.

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A fresh look at a controversial person

Would you listen to Discovering a Genius again? Why?

This is a short concise introduction to an epic subject, I will definitely listen again and again until the next exciting book on Rudolf Steiner is released.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

I am excited to read others' experience of this book and hope it leads to more on the subject.

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  • Rachel
  • 02-22-18

Its Steiner so the full complement of stars.

I am studying Steiner education in London propel often ask me about this. it is a good introduction of the mighty mans works.... I didn't know about the companies in Europe using Steiner business models.It looks like Steiner predicted a time when the government was less powerful than the multi national companies.Its been a great reminder of the things we have been learning as there is a lot to remember.

Most people would benefit from listening to this.

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  • Kate
  • 06-04-18

Glad I read it.

A worthy introduction to Steiner's life and work. Helps to guide further reading of such an interesting and prolific guy who does sound really ahead of his time. the narration was a bit average though with some misreading of words e.g. causal vs casual