Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Anthroposophy is all-embracing

"Whatever aspect of anthroposophy you take, it is always all-embracing. This is what is new and special about anthroposophy. It is not based on reductionism. On the contrary, even if we deal with a small component, we can only understand it from the all-embracing totality. This totality is never comprehensible from the single detail. It is often assumed that we can understand everything from tiny atoms. This is not sol In order to understand a small atom, a small component, we need an all-embracing worldview." --Albert Soesman, The Twelves Senses, p. 117

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