This is a Socrates lecture on the portico to the Platonic corpus. It is also a discussion with several very informed professors from Harvard and Boston College who participated in this series.
This video explores the life and lessons of the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates and how those lessons connect to our modern-day life.
In this lecture the Socratic problem is investigated, which is whether we can arrive at knowledge of the historical Socrates, or whether he will always remain nothing but a work of fiction.
Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, Socrates (469 BC — 399 BC) was a classical Greek Athenian philosopher who’s enigmatic work was known chiefly through the accounts of later classical writers.
Inspired by Rudolph Steiner’s beliefs, the video presents his public mission to upgrade many paths, including theosophy and religion.
These are four of Rudolf Steiner’s best-loved lectures. Included are practical training in thought, overcoming nervousness, facing karma and the four temperaments.
This documentary looks at the early life and spirituality of Rudolf Steiner.
Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy on evil from the perspective of spiritual science.
A reading about Socrates in prison, from Crito by Plato.
Aristophanes’s Speech from Plato’s Symposium.