Three Ways of Thinking – Steiner

Rudolf Steiner – Threshold Problems in Thinking, the Threefold Social Order

  • by Joel A. Wendt

As awareness of the idea of the Threefold Social Order (as developed by Rudolf Steiner) increases, it becomes more and more necessary to not lose sight of the fact that this idea owes its existence to a particular way of thinking. The ordinary internal dialogue with its cause and effect, or analytically oriented, thinking, which human beings possess as a result of their given conditions of consciousness and the type of education normally received in modern civilization, this inherited way of thinking is not the same kind of cognitive process as gave birth to Steiner’s idea.

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