Monday, 30 December 2013

Books by Rudolf Steiner: Introduction and Reference AS






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Abbreviations: GS refers to Rudolf Steiner
Gesamtausgabe [Collected Works] published by
Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach, Switzerland.








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                     The Active Connection between the Living and the Dead
                        (see: Life between Death and Rebirth – the Active
                        Connection between the Living and the Dead (LS 3B)

AS 0                 Adam Cadmon
                         Workman''s lecture
                         Dornach, 30 September 1922
                         Mercury Press, Spring Valley, New York, 1970

AS 1                   Anthroposophy and the Social Question                                   
                         Essay, originally published as Lucifer-Gnosis, 1906-8
                            Translated by E. Bowen-Wedgwood
                            [also in : Reincarnation and Immortality (RS 1)]
                            H. Collison, London.
                            GA 34

Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Age
[see: Supersensible Knowledge: Anthroposophy
As a Demand of the Age; Anthroposophy and the
                            Ethical-Religious Conduct of Life (SS 28)]           

                        Anthroposophy as a Path of Knowledge
                        [see: Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts –
                        Anthroposophy as a Path of knowledge; the
                        Michael Mystery (AS 17)]

AS 2A             Anthroposophy and Art; Anthroposophy and               [Missing]                 
                        Poetry
                        2 lectures, Oslo, (Christiania), 18, 20 May, 1923
                        [also in: the Arts and their Mission (AS 9)]
                        [extracts only, also in: Colour (1935 edition) and in
                        Reprint: Colour (Steinerbooks, 1992) (CS 18A)]
                        GA 276

AS 2B              Anthroposophy and Christianity                                                                     
                        Lecture, Norrkoping, July 13, 1914
                        Translated by Maine Translators Group
                        Anthroposophic Press, Spring Valley, New York, 1985
                        GA 155

AS 3                 Anthroposophy and Science, Observation, Experiment,                          
Mathematics
Eight Lectures, Stuttgart, March 16-23, 1921
Trans. Walter Stuber and Mark Gardner
Mercury Press, Spring Valley, New York, 1991
ISBN 929979-21-4
GA 83

AS 4                 Anthroposophical Ethics, With an Account of St.                       
                         Francis of Assisi
Three Lectures, Norrkoping, Sweden, May 28, 29, 30,
                        1912.
Anthroposophical Publishing Company London, first
published 1928, revised 1955 by M. Cotterell
GA 155

AS 4A              The Spiritual Foundation of Morality: Francis of                                   
                        Assisi and the Christ Impulse
Trans. by Malcolm Ian Gardner
Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1995
ISBN 0-88010-425-2
GA 155

AS 5                 Architectural Forms: Considered as the Thoughts                                   
                        of Culture and World Perception
                        Rudolf Steiner on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of
the Foundation Stone of the First Goetheanum at Dornach.
September, 1916
Translated by H. Collison
                        The Rudolf Steiner Publishing Company, London, 1916
                        Not in complete works

AS 6                 Atlantis and Lemuria                                                                                   
1904-1908 translated by Agnes Blake
 [also in Cosmic Memory – Atlantis and Lemuria/
Cosmic Memory – prehistory of earth and man (CS 14)]
[also in: The Submerged Continents of Atlantis and Lemuria
their history and civilisation: being chapters from Akashic
records)
Anthroposophical Publishing Company, London, 1923
GA 11

AS 6N               The Art of Lecturing
                        6 lectures, Dornach, 11-16 October, 1921
                        Mercury Press. Spring Valley, New York, 1984
                        GA 339

AS 7                 The Anthroposophic Movement: its history and life                               
conditions in relation to the Anthroposophical Society:           
an occasion for self-recollection
8 lectures, Dornach, 10-17 June, 1923
Foreword by Marie Steiner
Translated by E. Bowen Wedgewood
H. Collison, London, 1933.
            GA 258

AS 7A               The Alphabet – an expression of the 
                         mystery of man                       
One lecture, Dornach, 18 December, 1921
                        Revised edition of translation by V.E. Watkin
                        Mercury Press, Spring Valley, New York, 1982
                        ISNB 0-936-132-55-8
                        GA 209

Ancient ghosts and Modern Spectres –
east, west, and middle in relation to the threefold
social organism
[also as: East, West and Middle in Relation to the
Threefold Social Organism – ancient ghosts and modern
spectres; eastern and western world contrasts (ES 19)]

AS 7B               The Ahrimanic Deception
                        1 lecture, Zurich 27 October, 1919
                        Translated by M. Cotterell and revised by William Riggens
                        Anthroposophic Press, 1985
                        ISBN 0 88010 146 6
                        GA 193

 Alcohol and Stimulants
(see: drugs, poisons, suicide; alcohol and stimulants;                       
digestion and foods: in the light of spiritual science –
excerpts from the work of Rudolf Steiner.

AS 8                 Ancient Myths –                                                                                      
                        their meanings and connections with evolution
                        Translated by M.Cotterell
                         7 Lectures, Dornach, 4, 5, 6, 8,11,12,13 January 1918
                        [also in: Ancient Myths and the New Isis Mystery (AS 310]
                        Steiner Book Centre, Toronto, Canada, 1971
                        GA 180

AS 8A               Awakening to Community                                                                       
                        Ten lectures, given at Stuttgart, 23, 30 January, 6, 13
February, Dornach, 22 February, Stuttgart, 27, 28, February,
Dornach, 2, 3, 4 March, 1923
                        [2nd Lectures, Stuttgart, 27, 28 February, 1923 also as:
                        Community Building (CS 23)]
                        The Anthroposophic Press, Spring Valley, 1974
                         GA 257

AS 9                 The Arts and their Mission                                                                       
                        8 lectures, Christiana, 18, 20 May, 1923
                        Dornach, 27 May, 1, 2, 3, 8, 9 June, 1923
                        [the 2 Christiana lectures, also as: Anthroposophy and
                        Art; Anthroposophy and Poetry (AS 2A), and as extracts
                        only in: Colour (1935)/Colour (1992, Steinerbooks)
                        (CS 18A)]
                        [refer: Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom (AS 11A)]
                        [refer: Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom (AS 11)
                        The Anthroposophic Press, Spring Valley, New York, 1964
                         GA276

 AS 10             Anthroposophy: an Introduction 
                       9 lectures, Dornach, 19, 20, 27 January, 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10
                        February, 1924
           [The lecture of 10 February, also in: Life beyond Death (LS 11)]
                        (also as: Anthroposophy and the Inner Life)
                        Anthroposophical Publishing Company, London, 1961
                        GA 234

AS 11                Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom                                                           
                        Translated by Johanna Collis, with an introduction by
                        Marie Steiner                                                             
                        8 lectures, Dornach, 28, 29, 30, 31 December, 1914,
                        I, 2, 3, 4 January, 1915 [the lectures of 29, 30 December
                        1914 also in: Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom
(AS11A)]
Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1970 (first, 1935)
GA 275

AS 11A             Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom                                                 
                        8 lectures, Dornach, 28, 29, 30, 31 December, 1914,
                        I, 2, 3, 4 January, 1915 [the lectures of 29, 30 December
                        1914 also in: Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom
(AS11)]
[the lecture of 3 January, 1915 also in: Angels (AS 34)]
[refer: Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom (AS 11)]
[refer: The Arts and their Mission (AS 9)]
Lectures 1 and 4 to 8 translated by Pauline Wehrle and
lectures 2 and 3 by Johanna Collis.
Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1984
ISBN 0 85440 416 3
GA 275

AS 11B             The Nature and Origin of the Arts                                                           
                        From notes of a lecture delivered Berlin, 28 October, 1909
                        Edited by H. Collison
                        Publishing rights H. Collison
                        Anthroposophical Society, London
                        GA 271

AS 12              Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Four                                   
                        Lectures to Doctors
                        4 lectures, Stuttgart, 26, 27, 27, 28 October 1922
                        [Also as: Four Lectures to Doctors]
                        [also as: Fundamentals of Anthroposophic Medicine (FS 34)]
                        Anthroposophical Publishing Company, London, revised
                        edition, 1951
                        GA 314

AS 12B            At the Gates of Spiritual Science                                                           
                        14 lectures, Stuttgart, 22 August-4 September, 1906
                        [the lecture of 3 September, 1906 (extract only) also
                        in: First Steps in Inner Development (FS 37)]
                        [the lectures of 2, 3, 4 September also in:
                        Self-Transformation (SS 39)]
                        Revised translation by E.H.G and C.D.
                        (also as: The Gates of Theosophy)
                        [also as: Founding a Science of the Spirit (AS12 C)]                       
[refer: Investigations in Occultism – Showing Its Practical
Value in Everyday Life (by H. Collison based upon these
Lectures)]
Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1970
ISBN 85440 226 8
GA 95

AS 12C             Founding the Science of the Spirit                                                           
                        Translated Matthew Barton
                        [also as At the Gates of Spiritual Science (AS12)]
                        Rudolf Steiner Press, East Sussex, 1999, reprinted 2007
                        ISBN 978 185584 077 5
                        GA 95

AS 13                Agriculture                                                                                               
                         8 lectures, Koberwitz, 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16
                         June, 1924, with an address and discussions
                         Translated by George Adams
                         Bio-Dynamic Agricultural Association London 1958/1984
                         [also in: Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture (AS 13)]
                         Bio-Dynamic Agricultural Association, 1977
                         GA 372




AS 13A             Agriculture                                                                                               
(full title: Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal
Of Agriculture) 8 lectures, Koberwitz, 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
16 June 1924, with an address, discussions and a
Report, Dornach, 20 June 1924 (with facsimiles of
Dr. Steiner’s handwritten notes for the lectures and
blackboard drawings)
Trans by Catherine E.  Creeger and Malcolm Gardener,
edited by Malcolm Gardener.
[the Koberwitz lectures, address and discussions also as:
Agriculture (AS 13)]
                           Biodynamic Farming & Gardening Association Inc., PA, 1933
                           GA 327
                       
AS 14               The Apocalypse of St John
                        13 lectures, Nuremburg, 17-30 June, 1908
                         (early editions do not include the introductory lecture,
                         17 June, 1908: latest editions include the
                         Illustrations of the seals)
                         [the introductory lecture only, also as:
                         Spiritual Science, Christianity and the Future of
                         Mankind (SS 1)]
                         [lecture, 25 June, 1908 also in; Evil – Selected Lectures
                         by Rudolf Steiner (ES 33)]
                         [refer The Book of Revelation and the Work of the Priest, (BS 11)]
                         [refer: Reading the Pictures of the Apocalypse (RS 13)]
                         Rudolf Steiner Press, London &  Anthroposophic Press, Inc., 1977
                         ISBN 0 85440 600 X
                         GA 104

AS 15               Aspects of Human Evolution
                        8 lectures, Berlin, 29 May, 5, 19, 26 June, 3, 10, 17,
                        24 July, 1917
                        Translated by Rita Stebbing
                        Anthroposophic Press, Hudson, New York, 1987
                        ISBN 0-88010-251-9
                        GA 176

AS 16               Anthroposophy and the Human ‘Gemut’:                                               
                        Reflections on the Michael Thought in its
                        True Aspect & The Regeneration of the Michael Festival
                        4 lectures, Vienna, 27 September to 1 October, 1923
                        Translated by Samuel and Loni Lockwood
                        [also as: Michaelmas and the Soul Forces of Man (MS 14A)]
                        Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1946
                        GA 223

AS 17               Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts: Anthroposophy                       
                        As a Path of Knowledge: The Michael Mystery
                        With letters of 1924/5
                        [partly as: Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts (AS 17A)]
                        [partly in: The Foundation Stone, the Life, Nature and
                        Cultivation of Anthroposophy (FS 17A)]
                        [also as: The Life, Nature and Cultivation of           
                        Anthroposophy – letters to members, Vol. 1 (LS 5)/
                        The Michael Mystery- Vol. 2 of letters to the members
                        of the Anthroposophical Society, together with leading
thoughts (MS 22)]
[also as: To the Members (TS 17/18)]
Translated by George and Mary Adams
Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1973 & 1985
ISBN  0-85440 268 3
                        GA 26

AS 24                Atomism and its Refutation                                                                       
                         Essay, 1890, including letter to Friedrich
            Theodor Vischer and, answers to questions
                         about some basic concepts of physical science
            Translated by Ruth Hofrichter
                         Mercury Press, Spring Valley, New York
                         GA 105
                         
                          Looking for autobiography of Rudolf Steiner?
                          [see: Self-Education, autobiographical reflections
                          1861 – 1893 (SS 10A)]
                          [refer: Dr Steiner’s autobiography as:
The Course of My Life (CS 19)
Rudolf Steiner, An Autobiography (RS 11) and
The Story of My Life (SS 19)]
                       
AS 26                Anthroposophical Spiritual Science and Medical                                   
             Therapy: Second Medical course
                          9 lectures to physicians and medical studentsDornach,                        
April 11-18, 1921
Revised and edited by Gerald F. Karnow, MD
                          Mercury Press, Spring Valley, New York, 1991
                          ISBN 0-929979-15-X           
                       GA 313

AS 27               Approaches to Anthroposophy: Human Life from                                          
                        the Perspective of Spiritual Science
                        2 lectures, Liestal, Basle, 11 January, 16 October
                        1916
                        [the lecture of January also as: The Mission of Spiritual
                        Science and of its Building at Dornach, Switzerland (MS 10)]
                        [the lecture of October also as: Human Life in the Light of
Anthroposophy (HS 1)/Human Life in the Light of Spiritual
Science]
Translated by Simon Blaxland-de-Lange
Rudolf Steiner Press, Sussex, 1992
ISBN 1 85584 151 7
GA 35

AS 28                Architectural Conception of the Goetheanum: With                               
                         an Explanation of Pictures of them Building
                        A lecture given at Berne, 29 June, 1921
                        [for use in conjunction with: Die Baugedanke
                        Des Goetheanum, 1 lecture, 29 June, 1921 (in
                        German) together with 104 illustrations of the first
                        Goetheaneum (GSB 10)
                        Rudolf Steiner Publishing Company, London, 1938
                        GA 290

AS 29                Astronomy                                                                      Reference Only
                        18 lectures, Stuttgart, 1-18 January, 1921
                        Translated by Nick Mansell
                        (also known as The Astronomy Course)
                        [also as: The Relation of the Diverse Branches of Natural
Science to Astronomy (RS 21)]
GA 323

AS 30              The Archangel Michael: His Mission and Ours                                   
                        Part 1
                        Selections from lectures,
           Berlin, 3 November, 1905, 9 October, 1907;
           Munich, 5 December, 1907 (unpublished elsewhere);
           Dusseldorf, 15 April, 1909; Oslo, 7,8 June, 1910;
           London, 2 May, 1913; Stuttgart, 18, 20 May, 1913;
           Zurich, 6, 13 November, 1917; Munich, 17 February,1918.
            GA 152 GA 178, GA 174bGA 174a

          Part 2
          6 lectures, Dornach, 21, 22, 23, 28,29, 30 Nov, 1919 
                        [also in: The Mission of the Archangel Michael (MS 14)]
                        [also in: Self-transformation (SS 39)]
                        Part 3
                       Selection from lectures,
                        Dornach, 17 December, 1922; Vienna, 27 Sept, 1923;
                        Dornarch, 5 October, 1923, 12 January, 1924;
                        Arnhem, 19 July, 1924; Dornach, 23 Sept, 1924           
                       Torquay, 11, 21 August, 1924; Dornach, 28 Sept, 1924;
                       and from the Michael Letters, 17, 31 August, 9, 16
                        November, 1924.
                        Edited Christopher Bamford
                        Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1994
                        ISBN 0-88010-378-7
                        GA 194






AS 31               Ancient Myths and the New Isis Mystery                                                 
                        7 Lectures, Dornach, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13 January, 1918
                        [the 7 lectures, 1918, also as: Ancient Myths – their meanings
and connections with evolution (AS 8)]
[the lecture of 1920, also in: The Search for the New Isis,
the Divine Sophia (SS 13K)]
Introduction by Signe Schaefer
Translated by M. Cotterell, revised by Mado Spieglar.
Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1994
ISBN 0-8010-377-9
GA 180

And the Temple Becomes Man
                        [also as: The Temple is Man (TS 4)]
                        [also in: Architecture as a Synthesis of the Arts [AS 37]




AS 32              Anthroposophy in Everyday Life: Four Lectures                                   
Practical Training in Thought GA 108
Overcoming Nervousness  GA 143
Facing Karma GA 130
The Four Temperaments  GA 57
4 lectures, Karlsruhe, 18 January, 1909,
Munich, 11 January, 1912, Vienna, 8, Feb, 1912,
Berlin, 4 March, 1909
[the first three lectures also individually as:
Practical Training in Thought (PS 2)
Overcoming Nervousness (OS 2) &
Facing Karma (FS 0). Refer to this entry for other
sources,
Refer : The Four Temperaments (FS 9A), a longer
compilation of 2 lectures on the temperaments]
[see: anthroposophy, psychosophy and pneumatasophy
(PS 26)/ The Wisdom of Man, of the Soul and of the
Spirit (WS 8A)]
Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1995
ISBN 0-88010-427-9

AS 33               Anthroposophy: (A Fragment): A New Foundation                                   
                        for the Study of Human Nature.
1910
[refer:  A Psychology of Body, Soul and Spirit – Anthroposophy,
Psychosophy and Pneumatosophy (PS 26)/The Wisdom
of Man, of the Soul and of the Spirit – Anthroposophy,
Psychosophy, Pneumatosophy (WS 8A)]
Translated Caroline E. Creeger and Detlef Hardorp
Introduction by James A. Dyson
Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1996
ISBN 0-88010-401-5 (pbk.)
GA 45

AS 34               Angels                                                                                                           
                        Selected lectures by Rudolf Steiner
                        I: Spiritual Hierarchies and Human Individuality,
                        4 lectures,
                        [also The Work of Angels in Man’s Astral Body (WS 2)]
                        Berlin, 20 February, 1917
                        [also in: Cosmic and Human Metamorphoses (CS 24)]
                        Bern, 6 April, 1923
                        Oslo, 27 November, 1921
                        [also in: Cosmic Forces in Man (CS 6A)) & in:
                        Self-consciousness: the spiritual Human Being (SS 20A)]
                        ll: Spiritual Hierarchies in Human Evolution,
                        3 lectures, Oslo, 7 June, 1910
                        [also in: The Mission of the Folk Souls: in Connection
with German and Scandinavian Mythology (MS 27)]
Stuttgart, 18 May 1913
(also in: The Festivals and their Meaning 1V:
Michaelmas (FS 14)]
Dornach, January, 1924
(also in: The Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz: its
Character and Purpose; Rosicrucianism and
Modern Initiation – Mystery Centres of the Middle Ages
(MS 17), and in Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation –
Mystery Centres of the Middle Ages (RS 7)]
Lll: Spiritual Hierarchies as Cosmic Realities,
3 lectures, Helsingfors, 6, 7, April, 1912
[also in: The Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies
and in the Kingdoms of Nature (SS 27, SS 27B)
Dornach, 3 January, 1915]
[also in: Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom
(AS 11A)]
Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1996
ISBN 0 85584 060 X
Sources: GA 11, GA 13, GA 15, GA 26, GA 102, GA 110, GA 121, 
GA 122, GA 132, GA 136, GA 149, GA 151, GA 175, GA 177, GA 178,
GA 194, Ga 229

AS 35               Adolescence: Ripe for What?                                                                       
2 lectures, Stuttgart, 21, 22 June, 1922 given
originally to teachers of the Waldorf school.
1. Educational Questions Related to Adolescence
2. Towards an Artistic Structuring of Education
Translated by Michael Scott
Steiner school Fellowship Publications, Forest Row, UK, 1996
ISBN 1-900169-01-0
GA 302a

AS 36               Art as a Spiritual Activity: Rudolf Steiner’s 
                        Contribution to the Visual Arts
                        10 lectures,
Vienna, 9 November, 1888
[also as: Goethe as the Founder of a New Science of
Aesthetics (GS 2C)];
Berlin, 28 October, 1909
                        [also as: Nature and the Origin of the Arts (NS 1)]
                        Edited and introduced by Michael Howard
                        Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1998
                        ISBN   0-88010-396-5 (pbk.)
                        GA 30
                        
AS 37               Architecture as a Synthesis of the Arts 
                        8 lectures,
                        Berlin, 12 December, 1911, 5 February, 1913,
                        23 January, 1914
                        Dornach, 7, 17, 28 June, 5, 26, July, 1914 with
                        an appendix including notes of 2 lectures,
                        Stuttgart, 7 March, Dornach, & Munich, 30 March,
1914, together with 2 newspaper articles, and
extracts from 2 lectures, Dornach, 31 December, 1923,
& 1 January, 1924
[the lecture, Berlin, 12 December, 1911 also as: And
The Temple Becomes Man/ The Temple Is Man (TS 4)]
[5 lectures, Dornach, 1914, also as: Ways to a New Style
in Architecture (WS 20)]
Translated by Johanna Collis, Dorothy Osmond, Rex Raab
and Jean Schmid-Bailey,
Edited and introduced by Christian Thal-Jantzen,
Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1999
ISBN 1-85585-057 X
GA 286
           
AS 38               The Artistic Representation of Christ 
                        with an introduction by John Wilkes
2 lectures,
Ancient wisdom and the Heralding of the Christ Impulse
                        Cologne, 8 May, 1912
                        (also in: AQ, Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring, 1973)
                        The Mission of the Earth – Wonder, Compassion, Christ,
                        The Christ Impulse 
                        Berlin, 14 May, 1912
                        Translated by Dorothy Osmond
                        Published by the Art Section of the School of Spiritual Sciences
                        Rudolf Steiner House, London, 1997
                        GA 133

AS 39               At Home in the Universe: Exploring our                                                
                        Supersensory Nature
                        5 lectures, The Hague, 13, 14, 17 (am & pm), 18 November, 1923
                        Introduction & afterword by Paul Margulies
                        [also as: Supersensory Man (SS 24)]
                        [also as: AS 18, but not on shelves)]
                        GA 231 

















             AS 40               The Anthroposophic Movement 
                                      8 lectures, Dornach, 10-17 June, 1923
                                      Translated by Christian Von Armin, abridged by
                                      Richard Seddon, edited by Joan M. Thompson
                                      Rudolf Steiner Press, Bristol, 1993
                                      ISBN 1 85584 009
                                  GA 25

          AS 41                Awareness - Life - Form
                                    Written texts, notes and lectures  from 1903 to 1906
                                    Part 1: Spiritual-scientific cosmology
                                    Theosophical cosmology
                                    Planetary Evolution
                                    Part 2: Logosophy-cosmosophy
                                               Translated by Arthur Meuss, edited by Weisberger and Trapp
                                               Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Swetiz, 2001

          AS 42                 Anthroposophy Has something to Add to Modern Sciences

                                     8 lectures, Zurich, 5-14 November 19717 and 8-17 October 1918
                                     Translated by A. R. Meuss
                                     Completion Press, Beechmont, Australia, 2004
                                     ISBN 0 9578189 4 7