Spotlight, Generations

The technological Sphinx

By Andreas Luckner, August 2021

There are enviable strokes of luck in publishing: the comprehensive and very readable book by the Stuttgart media teacher Edwin Hübner – Menschlicher Geist und Künstliche Intelligenz. Die Entwicklung des Humanen inmitten einer digitalen Welt (Stuttgart 2020) – was published just in time for the outbreak of the pandemic, even though it is the fruit of decades of reflection. [more]

Spotlight, Rhythm of life

I in the digital sphere?

By Salvatore Lavecchia, July 2021

I encounter a fellow human being. I perceive them as an other, a foreign self, but also equally as a being endowed with a self as much I am. This elementary perception of the foreign I happens instantly and goes beyond gestures, sounds, words, images and thoughts. Without this happening, an encounter would not be human in the true sense of the word. [more]

Spotlight, Teamwork

Reality trumps virtuality

By Ingo Leipner, June 2021

Computers in schools can be useful, but they can also cause harm. [more]

Spotlight

No life in freedom and dignity without risks

April 2021

Interview with Michaela Glöckler, paediatrician and former head of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum. [more]

Spotlight

We take it very seriously

April 2021

Interview with Henning Kullak-Ublick, board member and spokesperson of the German Association of Waldorf Schools, about racist tendencies in society, the Waldorf schools and in the work of Rudolf Steiner. [more]

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The inexhaustible source of humanity

April 2021

Interview with Henning Kullak-Ublick, board member and spokesperson of the German Association of Waldorf Schools. [more]

Spotlight, It sings and sounds

Anthroposophy and right-wing extremism? The conduct of the Waldorf schools in the “Third Reich”

By Peter Selg, February 2021

After the demonstration against the coronavirus measures in Berlin on 29 August 2020, various magazine articles appeared once again accusing anthroposophy and Waldorf schools of being close to right-wing extremism. [more]

Spotlight, Magic of beginning

About coronavirus

By Albrecht Schad, November 2020

The transformation of our lifeworld through human beings and the retroactive effect on humans. [more]

Spotlight, Waldorf sustainability

The virus: war and peace. Notes on corona

By Ute Hallaschka, June 2020

“Nous sommes en guerre!” We are at war – the words of the French president in his address to the nation summon up resistance, literally. What we need now is empathy, solidarity and responsibility says the German chancellor in her speech. Both are probably true. Yet the enemy is invisible, lives within us. [more]

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Not playing along anymore

By Stefan Ruf, March 2020

It is striking: the two people who on a global “hero ranking” probably occupy the top places could at first sight not be more different. [more]

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