Anthroposophy meaning

ănthrə-pŏsə-fē
A system of beliefs and practice based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner and maintaining that by correct training and personal discipline one can attain experience of the spiritual world.
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Human wisdom; knowledge or understanding of human nature.
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A spiritual movement inaugurated by Rudolf Steiner (also capitalized as Anthroposophy).
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A religious or mystical system or movement similar to theosophy, founded by Rudolf Steiner about 1912
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Origin of anthroposophy

  • anthropo– (theo)sophy

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • anthropo- +‎ -sophy, from a Renaissance Latin anthroposophia (attested in Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, d. 1535 and Thomas Vaughan, d. 1666), popularized from the 1910s via German Anthroposophie (Rudolf Steiner, 1861–1925).

    From Wiktionary