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Social and Antisocial Forces in the Human Being

Social and Antisocial Forces in the Human Being

A single lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Berne on 12th December 1918
(GA186)

The social impulse lulls us to sleep in relation to others, while the assertion of one's individuality keeps us awake. What, then, is the anti-social force? There is a need for anti-social forces to work inwardly while social impulses find their expression in outer structures. Above all, the interest of one human being in another is the backbone of all social life.

27 pages.
21 x 14 cms.
Stitched.

Product Code: MP2434
Weight 50.00 gm
 
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