Current Issue: Spring 2013 (Northern Hemisphere Season)
Themes in this issue include: The Nature of Things; King Richard’s Bones and Britain’s Future: Lion, Hart and Boar; Musical Tone and the Musical Universe; Jeanne d’Arc – The Art of Greg Tricker; A Spiritual Scientific Understanding of Autism; Book reviews and much more...
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New View contains contributions that look to the deeper background and rhythms inherent in world and personal events.Its authors recognise the spiritual content woven into the material world and seek to build a bridge whereby the reader can experience the creative harmony between art, science and the religious life.
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New View is informed and inspired by anthroposophy. Focusing on issues of the day, its pages contain features, articles, interviews, book and film reviews.
Reader's interest: "The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily" a Fairy Tale by J. W. Goethe. To read a background article click here.