The Anthroposophic Movement

Tuesday 7 February 7pm - 8.30pm

with Brendan McQuillan

These eight lectures (GA 258) from June 1923, include many reflections about the development of spiritual science within the Anthroposophical Movement. The lectures comprise a broadly sweeping historical narrative that complements in many respects Steiner’s subsequent autobiography The Course of My Life. They contain interesting descriptions of the types of people attracted to different spiritual movements, including insightful descriptions of their psychology and behaviour, and are presented in such a way as to allow the audience also to reflect personally and collectively about the progress of Anthroposophy, six months after the fire that destroyed the first Goetheanum.

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All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: