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Sketch of Rudolf Steiner lecturing at the East-West Conference in Vienna, Austria, June, 1922.
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The Rudolf Steiner Archive and e.Lib:

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The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib Announces: Our First Publication


  The Social Question
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The Social Question


We are proudly announcing the publication of this very relevant series of lectures that Rudolf Steiner gave in Zurich back in February of 1919. It is being made available in Kindle and paperback editions through Amazon.com, and in other formats that are free from the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib.

This is our first venture into this field, with a first edition book! There are links in all of the editions to take the avid researcher search, compare, read relevant material, and explore these lectures, on-line. It can be a shared experience: research Steiner's works on-line, buy the book to study at home ... or work, or wherever you may be! It is a new way to publish Rudolf Steiner's works, and we will continue to offer new translations using this method, as we present the Future of Publications:

The Internet is about choice, and choice means the freedom to choose. The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib believes this is what the future of publications — the dissemination of knowledge — is all about.

This publication absolutely falls in that category: the freedom to choose whether to just use the information we present on-line, or use that information and purchase one of our other offerings, like a hardcopy of the book, or a softcopy version, like a CD or something for your Kindle. Proceeds from your purchases help us to continue these efforts to bring newly translated material to researchers and Rudolf Steiner afficianados all over the world. Freedom is a gift ... it is a gift of love. And as John Lennon wrote, “Love is all there is!”

The e.Librarian heartily recommends this book! You can purchase it directly from Amazon.com by clicking here! You can reasearch it on-line by clicking here!



 






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