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Intuitive Thinking As a Spiritual Path : A…

Intuitive Thinking As a Spiritual Path : A Philosophy of Freedom (Classics… (1894)

by Rudolf Steiner

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U prvom delu „Nauka o slobodi“ istražuje Rudolf Štajner osnove saznavanja; na tome gradeći razvija on u drugom delu „Stvarnost slobode“ jednu etiku individualizma, time što spaja to što je dotle uvek bilo posmatrano odvojeno: čoveka koji saznaje i čoveka koji dela. Mišljenje i delanje, saznanje i moral, su dve strane iste stvarnosti: stvarnosti slobode. U ovim „rezultatima duševnih razmatranja“ nalazi se klica za kasnije razvijenu antropozofsku duhovnu nauku.

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Svesno čovekovo delanje
Osnovna težnja ka nauci
Svet kao opažaj
Saznavanje sveta
Postoje li granice saznavanja?
Ideja slobode
Filosofija slobode i monizam
Svrha sveta i svrha života
Moralna fantazija
Individualnost i vrsta
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Is man in his thinking and acting a spiritually free being, or is he compelled by the iron necessity of purely natural law?
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Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path 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
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