from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Steiner, Rudolf 1861-1925. Austrian social philosopher who investigated theosophy and founded anthroposophy.

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  • n. Austrian philosopher who founded anthroposophy (1861-1925)


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  • Historian Franklin Steiner:) [W] hen it was proposed to open the Constitutional Convention, over which he [George Washington] presided, with prayer, the motion was lost.

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  • I think it’s worth noting (because apparently no one else will) that Washington, D.C., public schools are 96 percent minority and that Leslie Morgan Steiner is white — a racial juxtaposition not atypical for this anthology.

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  • Consider the opening incident of the book, at a party at Washington, D. C.’s elegant Sulgrave Club, where Steiner is discussing her “mommy wars” book idea with a fellow publishing professional:

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  • "That converted me," recalled Steiner years later.

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  • Latter-day champions of difficulty merely paraphrase Steiner, as when Judith Butler defends the value of difficulty by pointing to Walter Benjamin, who makes our heads hurt.



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