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Originally published in 1894, Rudolf Steiner's Die Philosophie der Freiheit was considered by Steiner to be his most enduring work above all others. This is the first English translation, which was done in 1916. Two years later, in 1918, he revised it to be more in line with The Theosophical Society's philosophy. In many ways, this edition is truer to his spirit then all other translations, including some of the modern ones. 

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This performance is surprisingly good. It is a little like listening to Ronald Reagan to read the book. I think it is a solid performance and pleasant.

The book itself is something I want to reread and listen to until I understand what Steiner was teaching. One way or the other it is probably Steiner’s best book.

I've just listened to this a second time. I'm going to listen to it a 3rd time soon. I encourage the reader to produce and read more Steiner books. I will buy and enjoy them.

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