Rudolf Steiner

The Philosophy of Freedom

'The Philosophy of Freedom' is Rudolf Steiner's most important work. In it he explains the two aspects of free will: freedom of thought and freedom of action. This landmark book explores free will from a completely fresh and unique perspective. “If an idea is to become action, man must first want it, before it can happen. Such an act of will therefore has its grounds only in man himself. Man is then the ultimate determinant of his action. He is free.” -Rudolf Steiner
212 printed pages
Original publication



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    Андрей Кукушкинhas quoted6 months ago
    We have distinguished between the knower and the doer and have left out of account precisely the one who matters most of all — the knowing doer

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