Talk:Anthroposophy

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Sir George Trevelyan[edit]

I've added this name under the section Reception: Supporters. It is patently clear from the bio here of Sir George, as well as in his Exploration Into God (publ. Gateway, p.50) that his support of Anthroposophy ran deep even though seldom seen publicly. He was awarded the Right Livelihood award in 1982. Lucy Skywalker (talk) 23:02, 16 January 2014 (UTC)

J.G. I.H.Fichte[edit]

There is at least some doubt whether "anthroposophy" can be attributed to J.G.Fichte Immanuel Hermann Fichte (inserted 11:06, 14 April 2007)[1]: see, e.g., David Wood on Traub's Philosophie und Anthroposophie: Die philosophische Weltanschauung Rudolf Steiners. Grundlegung und Kritik (2011)[2] (more extended review in[3], including section 5 on "Steiner´s philosophical originality"). Can the attribution be sourced? Qexigator (talk) 19:58, 3 June 2014 (UTC)