Toward a Phenomenology of the Etheric World: Investigations Into the Life of Nature and Man

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Steiner Books
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256
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5.4 X 8.2 X 0.5 inches | 0.01 pounds
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English
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Paperback
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9780880101158

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About the Author

Arthur Zajonc, Ph.D., is the Andrew Mellon professor of physics and interdisciplinary studies at Amherst College and is currently the director of the Academic Program of the Center for Contemplative Mind, an organization of 1500 academics supporting the appropriate inclusion of contemplative practice in higher education. Dr. Zajonc is the former General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society in America, a cofounder of the Kira Institute, past President of the Lindisfarne Association, and a senior program director at the Fetzer Institute. He has served as scientific coordinator and editor for several dialogues with the Dalai Lama: The New Physics and Cosmology, held in 1997 and published in 2004, and "The Nature of Matter, the Nature of Life" (2002, unpublished). He was also moderator for the 2003 MIT dialogue, published as The Dalai Lama at MIT (2006). Dr. Zajonc is the author Catching the Light (1993, 1995), coauthor of The Quantum Challenge (2nd ed. 2005), and coeditor of Goethe's Way of Science (1998).
Jochen Bockemühl was born in 1928 in Dresden. He studied zoology, botany, chemistry, and geology and, since 1956, has been a coworker at the Research Institut at the Goetheanum. From 1970 to 1996, he was director of the Natural Science Section, and since 1980 he has led seminars on landscape in Europe and elsewhere. His english publications include: In Partnership With Nature, Dying Forests, Toward a Phenomenology of the Etheric World, and Awakening to Landscape.
Jochen Bockemühl was born in 1928 in Dresden. He studied zoology, botany, chemistry, and geology and, since 1956, has been a coworker at the Research Institut at the Goetheanum. From 1970 to 1996, he was director of the Natural Science Section, and since 1980 he has led seminars on landscape in Europe and elsewhere. His english publications include: In Partnership With Nature, Dying Forests, Toward a Phenomenology of the Etheric World, and Awakening to Landscape.