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instruction, the history of education, and the Waldorf schools. Recent publications include: Kinder am ende Ihres Jahrunderts: Padagogische Perspektiven [Children at the End of Their Century: Educational Perspectives] (edited with F. Hamburger, 1991); and Die Reformpadagogik [Educational Reform] (1990). The Editors would like to express their gratitude to John McAlice of Freunde der Erziehungskunst Rudolph Steiner for his comments and suggestions on the originally published version of this article (June 2000). Publication of the complete edition of the writings and lectures of Rudolf Steiner began at the Rudolf Steiner Verlag in Dornach (Switzerland) in 1955. At present, 350 volumes are available. A systematic survey will be found in Hella Wiesberger, Rudolf Steiner: Das literarische und künstlerische Werk. Eine bibliographische Übersicht [Rudolf Steiners Literary and Artistic Works. A Bibliographical Overview]. Dornach, 1961. The following works are essential reading: Rudolf Steiner, Mein Lebensgang. Eine nicht vollendete Autobiographie [The Story of My Life: An Incomplete Autobiography], ed. by Marie Steiner, 1925. Dornach, 1983. (Bibl. No. 28); Christoph Lindenberg, Rudolf Steiner. Eine Chronik. 1861-1925 [Rudolf Steiner: His Life Story, 1861-1925], Stuttgart, 1988; and Gerhard Wehr, Rudolf Steiner. Leben-Erkenntnis-Kulturimpuls [Rudolf Steiner: Life-Perception-Cultural Stimulus], Munich, 1987. R. Steiner, Briefe I: 1881-1891 [Letters, Vol. 1, 1881-91], p. 63, E. Froboese and W. Teichert, 2nd ed., Dornach, 1955. Rudolf Steiner, Grundlinien einer Erkenntnistheorie der Goetheschen Weltanschauung, mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Schiller [Main Lines of the Epistemology of Goethes World-view with Special Regard to Schiller], 1886. 2nd enlarged ed., 1924. Dornach, 1960, p. 17. (Bibl. No. 2) Rudolf Steiner, Die Geheimwissenschaft im Umriss [Occult Science: An Outline], 1910. Frankfurt am Main, 1985, p. 41. (Bibl. No. 13) Ibid., p. 299 Ibid., p. 393 Ibid., p. 291 et seq. Ibid., p. 189 Rudolf Steiner, Die Erziehung des Kindes vom Gesichtspunkte der Geisteswissenschaft [The Education of the Child from the Perspective of the Scholar], 1907. 9th ed., Berlin, 1919, p. 16. See Heiner Ullrich, Waldorfpädagogik und okkulte Weltanschauung [Waldorf Education and the Occult World-view], p. 163, 3rd ed., Weinheim/Munich, 1991. See Ernst Cassirer, Philosophie der symbolischen Formen. Zweiter Teil: das mythische Denken [The Philosophy of Symbolic Form. Vol. 2: Mythical Thought], 7th ed., Darmstadt, 1977. Steiner, Die Erziehung des Kindes . . ., op. cit. p. 7. Ibid., p. 8. Also headquarterd in Stuttgart is the International Association of Waldorf Education in Eastern Europe, an organiyation offering training and mentoring support for the eastern European schools. Headquartered in Berlin is an organiyation named Freunde der Erziehungskunst (Friends of Waldorf Education) offering financial aid and advisory services to Waldorf schools, kindergartens, and other initiatives worldwide. The European school associations met three times a year in the European Council of Steiner Waldorf Schools with an office in Forest Row, England. In addition to these organizations, there are a number of international research groups working under the aegis of the Pedagogical Section of the Goetheanum in Switzerland. See Rudolf Steiner, Das Geheimnis der Temperamente [The Secret of Dispositions], 1908/09. Basle, 1980, p. 20 et seq. According to statistics published by the Union of Free Waldorf Schools, Stuttgart, Germany, 15 December 1992. See Bundesministerium für Bildung und Wissenschaft, Grund- und Strukturdaten 1991/92 [Basic Facts and Figures],

p. 84, Bonn, 1991. See Stefan Leber, Die Waldorfschule im gesellschaftlichen Umfeld

. Zahlen, Daten und Erläuterungen zu

Bildungslebensläufen ehemaliger Waldorfschüler [The Waldorf School in the Societal Context. Figures, Dates and Explanations concerning the Educational Career of Former Waldorf Pupils], Stuttgart, 1981. See Luzius Gessler, Bildungserfolg im Spiegel von Bildungsbiographien. Begegnungen mit Schülerinnen und Schülern der Hiberniaschule [Educational Success Reflected in Educational Biographies: Encounters with Female and Male Pupils of the Hibernia School], Frankfurt am Main/Berne/New York/Paris, 1988. See, for example, Otto Hansmann (ed.), Pro und contra Waldorfpädagogik. Akademische Pädagogik in der Auseinandersetzung mit der Rudolf-Steiner-Pädagogik [For and Against Waldorf Education. Academic Education compared with Rudolf Steiners Education], Würzburg, 1987. Heiner Ullrich, Kleiner Grenzverkehr: Über eine neue Phase in den Beziehungen zwischen Erziehungswissenchaft und Waldorfpädagogik [Light Border Traffic: On a New Phase in the Relations between the Educational Sciences and Waldorf Education], Pädagogische Rundschau (Frankfurt/Main), No. 46, 1992, p. 461-80.

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