During the years 1901-1905, Rudolf Steiner presented 34 lectures at the Free University in Berlin. These nine lectures were given in 1905, and are all about Schiller. Subjects include: Schiller's life, his works, Schiller and Goethe, all of his dramas, his influence in the 19th Century, and the idealism he created.
These lectures are from the lecture series entitled, About Philosophy, History, and Literature, and were published in German as, Ueber Philosophie, Geschichte und Literatur.
|A Word to the Reader|
|I.||Schiller's Life and Characteristic Quality||January 21, 1905|
|II.||Schiller's Work and its Changing Phases||January 28, 1905|
|III.||Schiller and Goethe||February 04, 1905|
||February 11, 1905|
|V.||Schiller, the Greek Drama and Nietzsche||February 18, 1905|
|VI.||Schiller's Later Plays||February 25, 1905|
|VII.||Schiller's Influence During the 19th Century||March 04, 1905|
|VIII.||What Can the Present Learn from Schiller||March 05, 1905|
|IX.||Schiller and Idealism||March 25, 1905|