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Anthroposophy: Quiz


Question 1: The increasing intellectualization of consciousness, initially a progressive direction of evolution, has led to an excessive reliance on ________ and a loss of contact with both natural and spiritual realities.

Question 2: For a period after World War I, Steiner was extremely active and well-known in ________, in part because he lectured widely proposing social reforms.

Question 3: Theosophy was in vogue in ________ during that time.
Adolf HitlerEsotericism in Germany and AustriaAriosophyGuido von List

Question 4: While the Society was oriented toward an Eastern and especially Indian approach, Steiner was trying to develop a path which embraced ________ and natural science.
Christian denominationChristianityEcumenismBaptist

Question 5: The steps of this process of inner development he identified as consciously achieved ________, inspiration and intuition.

Question 6: Steiner described some conditions that determine the interdependence of a person's lives, or ________.

Question 7: Steiner emphasized that this help was given independently of his anthroposophical work,[1] as he saw anthroposophy as independent of any particular ________ or religious denomination.
Relationship between religion and scienceSoulReligionAtheism

Question 8: Equality of ________, the sphere of legislation and the judiciary
RightsImmanuel KantJusticeUtilitarianism

Question 9: Steiner held that the spiritual world can be researched in the right circumstances through direct experience, by persons practicing rigorous forms of ________ and cognitive self-discipline.

Question 10: Anthroposophy describes a broad evolution of human ________ as follows.
ConsciousnessGottfried LeibnizIdeaHenri Bergson


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