These lectures provide a foundation for a completely new approach to the science of economics. Steiner does not give abstract theories but bases his ideas on the dynamics inherent in the phenomena themselves. A mobile, flexible quality of thinking is required to enter into this radically different approach to such things as capital, labor, and natural resources, and the qualitative differences between purchase, loan, and gift money. The direction Steiner indicated in these lectures is the inspiration for a number of banking and financial initiatives now active all over the world.
These Economic Course lectures are the entire contents of the lecture series entitled, World Economy, published in German as, Nationaloekonomischer Kurs. Aufgaben einer neuen Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Band I. They were translation by Owen Barfield and T. Gordon-Jones.
|Lecture I||24th July, 1922|
|Lecture II||25th July, 1922|
|Lecture III||26th July, 1922|
|Lecture IV||27th July, 1922|
|Lecture V||28th July, 1922|
|Lecture VI||29th July, 1922|
|Lecture VII||30th July, 1922|
|Lecture VIII||31st July, 1922|
|Lecture IX||1st August, 1922|
|Lecture X||2nd August, 1922|
|Lecture XI||3rd August, 1922|
|Lecture XII||4th August, 1922|
|Lecture XIII||5th August, 1922|
|Lecture XIV||6th August, 1922|