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    www.waldorfanswers.org/Anthroposophy.htm Anthroposophy is a human oriented spiritual philosophy that reflects and speaks to the basic deep spiritual questions of humanity, to our basic artistic needs, to the ...
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      denverwaldorf.org/what-is-anthroposophy “When a school is based on a spiritual conception of the human being, a more diverse set of values become important. When enlivened thinking is valued, high test ...
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      www.centerforanthroposophy.org/about/anthroposophy Like the term “philosophy”, Anthroposophy denotes a method of inquiry, a path of research, rather than a content or fixed set of ideas. Rudolf Steiner, who
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