The Complete Works of Rudolf Steiner: Volume 158
Der Zusammenhang des Menschen mit der elementarischen Welt. Kalewala - Olaf Asteson - Das russische Volkstum - Die Welt als Ergebnis von Gleichgewichtswirkungen
The connection between Human Beings and the World of Elements. Kalevala - Olaf Asteson - The Russian People - The World as the Result of the Influence of Equilibrium.
Section of the Complete Works: Private Lectures to the Members of the Anthroposophical Society
First German Edition published 1968.
Notes about the German versions of this volume:
1st edition in this form, 1968. Reprinted 1970 and 1980. 4th expanded edition published 1993. Most of the lectures were published in periodicals in the 1930s and 1940s.
Lectures in this volume: 7
English Complete Works Version: This volume is available in an English Complete Works edition:
Our Connection with the Elemental World
Kalevala – Olaf Åsteson – the Russian People: The World as the Result of Balancing Influences
Paperback, 288 pages. Published 2017 by Rudolf Steiner Press.
Notes on this edition: Translated by Simon Blaxland-de Lange.
English Non-Complete Works Full Versions: No English translations exist that included this volume in its entirety.
Other English publishing history: Sections available
Sections of this German volume may have been published in English, either as stand-alone books, one-lecture pamphlets, or as part of a compilation. If there are any volumes listed below, then they have some percentage of this Complete Works volume in them. The amount could be as little as a part of one lecture (in a compilation), a single lecture or essay as a pamphlet. Or it could be a book that contains as much as 90% of the material in the source Complete Works German volume.
The Balance in the World and Man
Lucifer and Ahriman
Paperback, 45 pages. Published 1948 by Steiner Book Centre.
Notes on this edition: Lectures of November, 20, 21, and 22, 1914.
The World as Product of the Working of Balance
1 lecture Dornach
Pamphlet, 45 pages. Published 1948 by Rudolf Steiner Publishing Co..
Notes on this edition: Lectures of November 20, 21, and 22, 1914. Translated by Dorothy Osmond (first lecture) and Mary Adams (the second and third).