Stars of the Meadow: Medicinal Herbs As Flower Essences

by David Dalton

SteinerBooks | August 30, 2012 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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Todays children are an endangered species. As a result of the reductionism spawned by Freud and the homogenization of the stages of human life that followed, many children seem to have lost their childhood and been thrust into the confusing and chaotic world of adults. Eugene Schwartz presents an incisive analysis of the ways in which the errors of the first third of our century have come back to haunt us at the centurys end. After carefully examining Sigmund Freuds tragic misunderstanding of childhood and tracing its consequences for todays parents and educators, the author points to the radically new paradigm of childhood development offered by Rudolf Steiner and embodied in Waldorf education. Parents, teachers, and child psychologists will find a wealth of insight concerning such diverse subjects as the nature of play, the causes of ADHD, computers as teachers, and the power that love and imagination will have in the education of the Millennial Child.

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Published: August 30, 2012

Publisher: SteinerBooks

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 158420527X

ISBN - 13: 9781584205272

Found in: Health and Well Being

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Stars of the Meadow: Medicinal Herbs As Flower Essences

by David Dalton

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: August 30, 2012

Publisher: SteinerBooks

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 158420527X

ISBN - 13: 9781584205272

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Todays children are an endangered species. As a result of the reductionism spawned by Freud and the homogenization of the stages of human life that followed, many children seem to have lost their childhood and been thrust into the confusing and chaotic world of adults. Eugene Schwartz presents an incisive analysis of the ways in which the errors of the first third of our century have come back to haunt us at the centurys end. After carefully examining Sigmund Freuds tragic misunderstanding of childhood and tracing its consequences for todays parents and educators, the author points to the radically new paradigm of childhood development offered by Rudolf Steiner and embodied in Waldorf education. Parents, teachers, and child psychologists will find a wealth of insight concerning such diverse subjects as the nature of play, the causes of ADHD, computers as teachers, and the power that love and imagination will have in the education of the Millennial Child.
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