Dedicated to the Spirit of Franz Brentano (1838-1917) | Now I See ...
"Those who knew Franz Brentano, even if only through his work, saw him as representing modern man, struggling with the riddle of the universe ... he was first and foremost a thinker, one who did not allow his thinking to wander at random ... Franz Brentano himself estimated that his work on psychology would fill five volumes, but only the first volume was published. It is fully understandable to someone who knew him well why no subsequent volumes appeared ... In order to find answers to the questions facing him after the completion of the first volume of Psychology he needed spiritual knowledge. But spiritual science he could not accept and, as he was above all an honest man, he abandoned writing the subsequent volumes. The venture came to a full stop and thus remains a fragment." — Rudolf Steiner, from Aspects of Human Evolution, Lecture Five, 1917. Introduction: Now I See … is a page and an opportunity for Anthroposophists to present reviews of non-anthroposophical books in such
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