Submitted by Jeffrey on Tue, 01/30/2007 - 10:13am.
Submitted by Jeffrey on Mon, 01/29/2007 - 4:10pm.
Submitted by Jeffrey on Mon, 01/29/2007 - 12:51am.
What is the actual starting point of Steiner's epistemology? Does it have to be inferred or can it be exactly where the reader (and Steiner) begins? Must thinking somehow jump outside of itself in order to create a true starting point. I believe The Philosophy of Freedom can show us that thinking is all that we'll ever need to begin this path. What's more: I think PoF ultimately shows us that there is nothing non-cognitive. In other words, "The first shall be last, and the last shall be first". Steiner states that he created two starting-points; one artifical and one true starting point. I believe that one experiences practical consequences the sooner one clarifies the distinction between the two.
Submitted by Jeffrey on Sun, 01/28/2007 - 1:14am.
Freedom is the only starting point. To borrow from the Toe Te Ching we might say,
"The freedom that can be said is not your present Freedom"
Submitted by Jeffrey on Sat, 01/27/2007 - 1:34am.