Emil Bock lectured widely on Rudolf Steiner after World War II. During the course of his research, he uncovered many previously unknown aspects of Steiner s life. "The Life and Times of Rudolf Steiner, " the first of two volumes, explores the great range of people who surrounded and influenced Steiner.
From Steiner s youth, Bock tracked down the mysterious Felix the herb gatherer, going on to describe the Viennese social circles and coffee houses Steiner frequented in his student days. The book includes Steiner s meeting with Friedrich Nietzsche and the various literary, artistic, and eccentric people from Steiner s time in Berlin.
Also available: "The Life and Times of Rudolf Steiner: Volume 2: Origin and Growth of His Insight.""
The Life and Times of Rudolf Steiner
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