Anthroposophy & Imagination

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Anthroposophy & Imagination PDF ebook download In what way is imagination true? And what can it do for us? This collection reflects the view that true imagination, unlike mere fantasy, is a more-than-rational way of knowing; a natural bridge between matter and spirit; and a transformative state and stage of consciousness, open to us all. Contributors to this special issue of the Journal for Anthroposophy include physicist Arthur Zajonc, filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, philosophers Owen Barfield, Georg Kühlewind and Jacques Lusseyran, and other such authors as Gertrude Reif Hughes, Christopher Bamford, Michael Lipson, and Andrew Welburn.

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