[ an-thruh-pos-uh-fee ]
/ ˌæn θrəˈpɒs ə fi /
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a philosophy based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner (1861–1925) which maintains that, by virtue of a prescribed method of self-discipline, cognitional experience of the spiritual world can be achieved.
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Origin of anthroposophy
OTHER WORDS FROM anthroposophyan·thro·po·soph·i·cal [an-thruh-puh-sof-i-kuhl], /ˌæn θrə pəˈsɒf ɪ kəl/, an·thro·po·soph·ic, adjective
Words nearby anthroposophy
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British Dictionary definitions for anthroposophy
/ (ˌænθrəˈpɒsəfɪ) /
the spiritual and mystical teachings of Rudolph Steiner, based on the belief that creative activities such as myth making, which formed a part of life in earlier times, are psychologically valuable, esp for educational and therapeutic purposes
Derived forms of anthroposophyanthroposophic (ˌænθrəpəʊˈsɒfɪk), adjectiveanthroposophist, noun
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