Themes from 100 years ago

Wednesday 5 February 4.15pm - 5.45pm
With Brendan McQuillan

Our reading groups provide the opportunity in a very informal setting to explore Rudolf Steiner’s work with others. There is no need for any prior participation or knowledge, and everyone, young and old, is very welcome to join us at any time, just once or as often as it suits. We aim to create a friendly, inviting atmosphere, as good humoured as it is serious. Working together, we share our reflections on the immediate theme and try to pay as much attention to listening as to speaking. We find that studying together provides a wonderful opportunity for the whole group to advance in knowledge and understanding. Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book.

We will be reading lectures from 1920 on very diverse themes including Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences, The History and Actuality of Imperialism, and how past changes in proper names suggest future Changes to the Meaning of Speech.

All welcome, no need to book. Suggested donation £3/£2 

For more details, please email Adrian Hotten:

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