Beyond numbers (Zoom)
Friday 24 March 7pm - 8.30pm
with Marguerite and Douglas Miller
‘Much is true that cannot be calculated…’ These words by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe point to a realm beyond what can be formulated in numbers, to an ever-evolving immeasurable world of spirit. The abyss situated between quantity and quality offers an existential challenge to human thinking when we traverse the modern Western path charted by Rudolf Steiner, one that prepares us to take our place in the ongoing evolution of the world.
Marguerite holds a Master’s degree in German literature from the University of Michigan. Her work as a translator and editor is part of her life’s work to manifest the Section of the School for Spiritual Science that Rudolf Steiner described as neglected to the detriment of humanity. Douglas is a retired professor of German at the University of Michigan–Flint in the United States; his research, publication, and lecturing have concerned Goethe’s accomplishments as a scientist and writer, as well as the history and meaning of Rudolf Steiner and anthroposophy.
All welcome, no need to book, no charge.
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