The Motherly and Fatherly Roles in Education
by Erich Gabert
The author begins with a study of the parental elements as they manifest in the life of the protagonist of the medieval tale Parzival. The fourth chapter takes up such topics as the preexistent spiritual being of the child in relation to the two roles. The fifth chapter treats conflicts between the motherly and fatherly roles in school. Chapter six explores the two roles in relation to the Waldorf school curriculum.
- Steinerbooks, January 1988
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