The first three volumes of the series are available now: The Case for Anthroposophy, fragments of Riddles of the Soul, translated and introduced by Owen Barfi eld (cw 21); Goethean Science: Introductions to Goethe’s NaturalScientifi c Writings, translated by William Lindeman (cw 1); and Mystics at the Dawn of the Modern Age and Their Relation to the Natural-Scientifi c Paradigm, translated by Karl E. Zimmer, revised by Jon McAlice and Thomas O’Keefe (cw 7). Proposed future volumes include: A Path to Self-Knowledge; The Riddles of Philosophy (in two volumes); The Threshold of the Spiritual World; How Does One Attain Cognitions of the Higher Worlds?; Theosophy; Christianity as Mystical Fact and the Mysteries of Antiquity; An Outline of Esoteric Science (in three volumes); and two additional books, most likely The Philosophy of Freedom and A Theory of Knowledge Implicit in the Goethean Worldview.
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