The Four Temperaments: (CW 57) [Rudolf Steiner, Peter Bridgmont, Matthew Barton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 1 lecture, Berlin on. The temperament of normal childhood is sanguine. We may speak. of the different types of wind coming from’ the four points of the compass. . It is Rudolf Steiner who has rediscovered, in the existence and significance of the temperaments. The Four Temperaments has ratings and 4 reviews. Rudolf Steiner describes how each person’s combination of temperaments is shaped out of a.
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Telling descriptions are prov Between individual characteristics and those of the human race in general lie the four main groups of human temperaments: Telling descriptions are provided for the inwardly comfortable phlegmatic, the fickle interest of the sanguine, the pained and gloomy melancholic, and the fiery, assertive choleric. Steiner also offers practical suggestions for guiding the temperaments educationally in childhood and for adult self-improvement. Paperback59 pages.
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Temperament can be defined as the two streams heredity [our present life] and reincarnation [our past lives] combining to give our personality “special coloring”. Melancholic Each person is a combination of different temperaments, with one temperament being dominant. But to carry this out properly we need to observe one basic principle: We cannot change our temperament.
We must accept our innate temperament and then we can learn to display it under the right circumstances. For example “Melancholics should not close their eyes to life’s pain but rather seek it out; should feel compassion to redirect their suffering outwards”.
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This book is very helpful in defining the temperaments.
If you study human personality at all I highly recommend you read this book. Dec 27, Melsinyork rated it liked it.
Hard work to read. Interesting but not gripping. Incredibly insightful, but I wish Steiner offered more depth in defining each of the temperaments.
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Steiner was a philosopher, social thinker, architect, and esotericist. In the first, more philosophically oriented phase, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and mysticism; his philosophical work of these years, which he termed spiritual science, sought to provide a connection between the cognitive path of Western philosophy and t Steiner was a philosopher, social thinker, architect, and esotericist.
In the first, more philosophically oriented phase, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and mysticism; his philosophical work of these years, which he termed spiritual science, sought to provide a connection between the cognitive path of Western philosophy and the inner and spiritual needs of the human being.
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He based his epistemology on Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s world view, in which ‘Thinking … is no more and no less an organ of perception than the eye or ear. Just as the eye perceives colours and the ear sounds, so thinking perceives ideas.
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