The Steiner LAB at ibugi encompasses a wide range of different academic pursuits related to Rudolf Steiner’s work: of particular interest is the exploration of Steiner’s work in the contemporary economic, cultural and political context. There are a number of activities run by the Steiner LAB, including:
- An ongoing seminar in German dealing with Steiner’s anthroposophy and spiritual work.
- An ongoing seminar in English dealing with Steiner’s philosophy and social theory.
- A book project, Re-Thinking Steiner, with contributions from the ibugi team and affiliates on a wide variety of topics related to Steiner’s work, including:
- A philosopher and an author walk into a bar - A fictional conversation between Rudolf Steiner and Virginia Woolf.
- Love - a moral concept? On the value of love in Rudolf Steiner's ethics
- The Social Problem Unanswered: Steiner’s Threefold Social Organism and Contemporary Society
- Of machines and men - A neurophilosophical examination of human and artificial intelligence
The LAB is also available for the supervision of Master and Doctoral work related to Steiner’s thinking.
The LAB is run and coordinated by Prof. Dr. Marcelo da Veiga. For enquiries related to the English language seminar please contact Andrew Brogan.
German: Wednesday 08:00 (CET/MEZ)
English: Tuesday 18:00 (CET/MEZ)