Hawthorne Valley’s Center for Social Research is pleased to announce the publication of A Road to Sacred Creation: Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology, a Compendium, Vol 1. The book is edited by Gary Lamb and published by SteinerBooks.
This book charts both an inner and outer course—part pilgrimage toward greater perception and knowledge, part dramatic, unfolding plot line of the future of humans and machines.
Taken together, the relevant concepts, ideas, and insights of Rudolf Steiner, deftly brought into sequence and dialogue by Gary Lamb, reveal how the work to arrive at a more spiritually imbued technological future has its origins in the very core of our being, fundamentally entwined with our moral progress toward freedom and selfless love.
“This work is an excellent reference and a must-read especially for teachers, researchers, and social scientists,” says Gopi Krishna Vijaya, PhD, Physics.
Nicanor Perlas, author of Humanity’s Last Stand. The Challenge of Artificial Intelligence. A Spiritual Scientific Response, says the book is “a solid reference for all who want to create a better future in the turbulent decades of the 21st century.”
A Road to Sacred Creation is available at Hawthorne Valley Farm Store and Turose Gift Shoppe, as well as at SteinerBooks’ website.
For further information or questions, email Gary Lamb by email or reach him by phone at 518-672-4465 x223.