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Rudolf Steiner (Feb. 27, 1861-Mar. 30, 1925) was created in the little village of Kraljevec, Austria (now in Croatia) in 1861 and died in Dornach, Switzerland in 1925. In university, he focused on math, physics, and chemistry. Steiner made his schooling and was later drawn to circles having written his thesis on philosophy and participated in Vienna's abundant political and social life.
Throughout the 1890s, Steiner worked for seven years at Weimar at the Goethe archive, where he edited Goethe's scientific works and collaborated at a whole edition of Schopenhauer's work. Weimar was a center of European civilization at the moment, which allowed Steiner to fulfill many notable artists and cultural characters. In 1894 Steiner published his first job, Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path: A Philosophy of Freedom.
When Steiner left Weimar, he went to Berlin where he edited an adventuresome literary magazine. He involved himself in the rich civilization of a city that was the focus of movements and many groups. Steiner gave classes on science and history and also provided practical training in public speaking. He refused to adhere to any political team, which did not induce him to the activists subsequently in Berlin's ideology.
Back in 1899, Steiner's life quickly started to change. His autobiography provides a personal glimpse. From the August 28, 1899 issue of his magazine, Steiner published the article "Goethe's Secret Revelation" about the esoteric nature of Goethe's fairy tale, The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily. Steiner was invited to talk to a gathering of Theosophists. This is his first chance to act on a decision to speak publicly and directly of the spir
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