• The human being and Easter

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    19-04-2017 0 comments

    The human being and Easter

    With Easter we feel as arisen from our unclear physical thoughts. In spring the sun seems to shine very clear and warm and all our senses seem to be cleared and warmed by the spring-sun. She seems to speak from the wideness of the cosmos to all our senses and we feel great joy through it. This joy rejoices in the depths of our s... read more...

  • How can thinking become an eye to perceive the spirit?

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    12-04-2017 4 comments

    How can thinking become an eye to perceive the spirit?

    Thinking normally is a mere appearance without any substance. Thinking always has a content - thought - but we grasp through it. We could 'stumble at' thoughts, because they are untrue or unsympathetic, but we will not get any bruises from them. Thoughts are without any force or strength; they don't bear much light either, becau... read more...

  • Artificial Intellect

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    05-04-2017 5 comments

    Artificial Intellect

    In 1989 Roger Penrose published a book titled ‘The Emperor’s New Mind’. Although technical developments have progressed enormously, the book is still worth reading. Where can we find information about the processes that are the origin of what is called ‘artificial intelligence’? It would seem that t... read more...

  • The Foundation Stone

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    29-03-2017 10 comments

    The Foundation Stone

    'The fact that the I can turn to activity in free-ness, makes it possible, through determination of itself by itself, to realise the category of cognition; in the rest of the world on the other hand, the categories show themselves to be connected to the corresponding given through objective necessity.'... read more...

  • The young Rudolf Steiner

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    22-03-2017 4 comments

    The young Rudolf Steiner

    In Antwerp I had the opportunity to work for a whole day on the theme 'The young Rudolf Steiner'. The starting point was the unpublished article 'Einzig mögliche Kritik der atomistischen Begriffe' by the young Rudolf Steiner (1882), written for Friedrich Theodor Vischer. In the RS Archive I could not find the translation of... read more...