Bibliography

Long Introduction

CROSBY, A (2009)    Matthew, London: Haus Publishing
ORBACH, S (2009)    Bodies, London: Profile Books
STEINER, R (1981)    A Modern Art of Education, London:  Rudolf Steiner
Press
WINNICOTT, D W (1986)    Home Is Where We Start From, London: Penguin

Essay One
SACKS, O (1991)    A Leg to Stand On, London: Pan Books

Essay Two
Anne Morrow Lindbergh quoted from
ANDERSON, S (ed) (1996)    The Virago Book of Spirituality, London: Virago

Essay Three
A new complete Vincent van Gogh The Letters was published in 2009 by the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.  English Edition from Thames &Hudson.  My quotations are taken from

BERNARD, B (1985)    Vincent by Himself, London: Little, Brown & Co.

Essay Four
CAMUS, A (2000)    The Rebel, London: Penguin
LUSSEYRAN, J (1985)    And there was Light, Edinburgh: Floris Books
STEINER, R (1995)    Anthroposophy in Everyday Life,
New York: Anthroposophic Press

Essay Five
THOMSON, E (2007)    Mind in Life, Harvard: Harvard University Press
THOMSON, E (1999)    The Embodied Mind, MIT Press
(co-authored with F. VARFLA and E. ROSCH)
THOMSON (2005)    ‘Empathy and Human Experience’ in J PROCTOR
(ed) Science, Religion and the Human Experience,
Oxford: OUP

Essay Six
STEINER, R (1995)    Anthroposophy in Everyday Life,
New York: Anthroposophic Press
WEILL, S (1952)    Gravity and Grace, London: Routledge

Essay Seven
KÖNIG, K (1994)    Eternal Childhood, Camphill Books
STEINER, R (1970)    Man as Symphony of the Creative World,
London:  Steiner Press

Essay Eight
Emily Dickinson’s poems are readily available as is Brian Patten’s “The Ambush”.  There is a recent biography of Emily Dickinson by
LYNDALL GORDON (2010), Lives Like Loaded Guns, London: Virago

Essay Nine
L F C Mees’ encounter is recorded in
ENGE, A (2004),     ‘The Meditations in the Samaritan Course’, Worldwide Newsletter, Medical Section, Whitsuntide 2004, No 64, 15-16
STEINER, R (1986)    Soul Economy and Waldorf Education,
New York: Anthroposophic Press
WINNICOTT, D W (1960)    ‘The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship’ in
D W Winnicott (1965) The Maturational Processes
and the Facilitating Environment, London: The Hogarth Press

Essay Ten
The books written by F M Alexander are:
Man’s Supreme Inheritance (1910)
Constructive Conscious Control of the Individual (1923)
The Use of the Self (1932)
The Universal Constant in Living (1941)
Mouritz have also published Articles and Lectures (1995) with Notes and Foreward by J M O Fischer.  All the others are in excellent Mountz editions except The Use of the Self which is from Guernsey Press

Essay Eleven
JAMES, W (1890)    The Principles of Psychology, New York: Holt
JAMES, W (1899)    Talks to Teachers, New York: Holt
JAMES, W (1909)    A Pluralistic Universe, New York: Longmans
RICHARDSON, R D (2006)    William James, New York: Houghton Mifflin, is a full-length biography and
ROWE, SC (1996)     The Vision of James, Shaftesbury UK: Element Books, a short introduction
JONES, F P (1976)    Body Awareness in Action, New York: Schocken Books

Essay Twelve
ALEXANDER, F M     The Universal Constant in Living (2000),
London: Mouritz, contains the review by Aldous Huxley
ALEXANDER, F M (1932)    The Use of the Self, London: Methuen
MAISEL, E (1969)    The Resurrection of the Body
Contains an introduction by Aldous Huxley
HUXLEY, A (1970)    The Perennial Philosophy, New York: Harper & Row
MURRAY, N (2003)    Aldous Huxley, London: Time Warner

exploration 12 –

ALEXANDER, F M (1923)    Constructive Conscious Control of the Individual,
New York: Dutton
also available in a modern Mouritz edition (2004)

Essay Thirteen
DART, R (1996)    Skill and Poise, London: STAT Books

Essay Fourteen-
DAMASIO, A(2000)    The Feeling of What Happens, London: Heinemann
KÖNIG, K (1989)    Being Human, Whitby, UK: Camphill Press
KÖNIG, K (1986)    In Need of Special Understanding,
Whitby, UK: Camphill Press
KÖNIG, K (1973)    The Human Soul, New York: Anthroposophic Press

There are many translations of Rilke.  I like Duino Elegies translated by J B Leishman and Stephen Spender (1975), London: The Hogarth Press

exploration 14 –
ALEXANDER, F M (1995)    Articles and Lectures, London: Mouritz

Essay Fifteen
The essays and other writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson are widely available on most dusty hardback shelves of second-hand bookshops.
KÖNIG, K (1984)    The First Three Years of the Child,
Edinburgh:  Floris Books
SKYNNER, R (1964)    ‘The Process of Growth’ in The Alexander Journal No 3,
Spring 1964, 8-10
SKYNNER, R and CLEESE, J (1983)    Families and How to Survive Them,
London: Methuen
SKYNNER, R and CLEESE, J (1993)    Life and How to Survive It, London: Methuen

Essay Sixteen
Robert Frost’s poetry is widely available
HUGHES, T (1967)    Wodwo, London: Faber
PROCTOR, J D (2005)    ‘In – we trust: Science, Religion and Authority’ in
PROCTOR, J D (ed) Science, Religion and the Human Experience, Oxford: OUP
An enjoyable introduction to Kierkegaaard is
POOLE, R and STANGERUP, H (1989) The Laughter is on my Side, Princeton: Princeton University Press
WITTGENSTEIN, L (1953) Philosophical Investigations, Oxford: Blackwell
WITTGENSTEIN, L (1969) On Certainty, Oxford, Blackwell

Essay Seventeen
CAIRNS, D (2007)    Mozart and his Operas, London: Penguin
Robert Frost’s poems are widely available
GOULD, S J (1987)    An Urchin in the Storm, London: Penguin
KELLER, E F (1983)    A Feeling for the Organism: the Life and Work of Barbara
McClintock, New York: W H Freeman
KÖNIG, K (1994)    The Inner Path, TWT Publications
McDERMOTT, P (2005)    Pilgrims, London: Rider
STEINER, R (1958)    The Bridge Between Universal Spirituality and the
Physical Constitution of Man, New York: Anthroposophic Press
YALOM, I D (1991)    Love’s Executioner, London: Penguin
YALOM, I D (2002)    The Gift of Therapy, London: Piatkus

Essay Eighteen
CARRINGTON, W    The Act of Living, San Francisco: Mornum Time Press
CARRINGTON, W    Thinking Aloud, San Francisco: Mornum Time Press
ROBERTS, T D M (1995)    Understanding Balance, London: Chapman & Hall

Essay Nineteen
EPSTEIN, M (1996)    Thoughts Without a Thinker, London: Duckworth
INGOLD, T (2001)    ‘Evolving Skills’ in Rose, H and Rose, S (Eds)
Alas, Poor Darwin, London: Vintage
JAMES, W (1981)    The Principles of Psychology (3 vols)
Cambridge MA: Harvard UP
STEINER, R (1995)    Anthroposophy in Everyday Life,
Hudson NY: Anthroposophic Press
STEINER, R (2003)    Broken Vessels, Barrington MA: Anthroposophic Press
STEINER, R (1967)    The Stages of Higher Knowledge,
Spring Valley New York: Anthroposophic Press

exploration 19 –

ALEXANDER, F M (2004)    Constructive Conscious Control of the Individual,
London: Mouritz
THOREAU, H D (1983)    Walden and Civil Disobedience, London: Penguin

Essay Twenty
LIPSON, M (2002)    Stairway of Surprise, Great Barrington MA: Anthroposophic Press
MEDAWAR, P (1984)    Pluto’s Republic, Oxford: OUP
TINBERGEN, N    His Nobel Lecture of December 12th 1973 ‘Ethology and
Stress Diseases’ is available on the Internet, and is based on his work on Early Childhood Autism
TINBERGEN, N (1958)    Curious Naturalists, London: Country Life
STEINER, R (1969)    Occult Science, an Outline, London:  Rudolf Steiner Press
STEINER, R (1990)    The Riddle of Humanity, London:  Rudolf Steiner Press

Essay Twenty-One
BUBER, M (1947)    Between Man and Man, London: Routledge & Kegal Paul
RAWSON, M (2003)    The Spirit in Human Evolution, Fair Oaks CA: AWSNA
Publications
STEINER, R (1990)    The Riddle of Humanity, London: Rudolf Steiner Press
STEINER, R (1986)    Spiritual Science as a Foundation for Social Forms,
Hudson NY: Anthroposophic Press
STEINER, R (1971)    The Wisdom of Man, of the Soul, and of the Spirit,
New York: Anthroposophic Press
WINNICOTT, D W    The references are to Winnicott by Adam Phillips in the
Fontana Modern Masters series (1988) and to his discussion of Winnicott’s 1945 paper ‘Primitive Emotional Development’ which is included in
WINNICOTT, D W (1958)    Collected Papers: Through Paediatrics to Psycho-Analysis, London: Tavistock

Essay Twenty-Two
ARMSTRONG, K (2006)    The Great Transformation, London: Atlantic Books
Rumi and his writings have become widely available and popular.
Several translations of Rudolf Steiner’s Calendar of the Soul are available, and some are gathered together in
STEINER, R    The Calendar of the Soul edited by Brigitte Knaack (1999)
Spring Valley NY: Mercury Press
STEINER, R (1995)    Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path, Hudson NY:
Anthroposophic Press
STEINER, R (1966)    Study of Man, London:  Rudolf Steiner Press
WINNICOTT, D W (1971)    Playing and Reality, London: Tavistock
The background to the Meditative Verse included in this essay can be found in
ENGE, A (2004)    ‘The Meditations in the Samaritan Course’
Worldwide Newsletter, Medical Section, Whitsuntide 2004, No 64, 15-16

Essay Twenty-Three
GONZALEZ, A (2006)    Alberto Giacometti, Barcelona: Poligrafa
GOULD, S J (1993)    ‘More Light on Leaves’ in S J Gould, Eight Little Piggies, London: Penguin
KÖNIG, K (1994)    Eternal Childhood, TWT Publications
RUSKIN, J (1991)    The Elements of Drawing, New York: Watson-Guptill
STEINER, R (1980)    Waldorf Education for Adolescence, Forest Row UK: Kolisko Archive

exploration 23 –
GELB, M (1998)    Body Learning, London: Aurum Press

Essay Twenty-Four

BALDASSARI, A (2002)    Matisse Picasso, London: Tate (Exhibition Catalogue)
COWLING, E (2002)    Interpreting Matisse Picasso, London: Tate
GILL, M (1989)    Image of the Body, New York: Doubleday
NERET, G (2006)    Henri Matisse Cut-Outs,Köln: Taschen
SCHARD, W (1977)    Man and Mammals, New York: The Waldorf Press
STEINER, R (1986)    Soul Economy and Waldorf Education,
New York: Anthroposophic Press
WEIHS-NEDERHOED, A (1994)  The Little Sower of the Night, TWT Publications

Essay Twewnty-Five
DART, R (1966)    Skill and Poise, London: Stat Books
LIPSON, M (2002)    Stairway of Surprise, Great Barrington MA: Anthroposophic Press
There are several collections of Wislawa Szymborska’s poetry available.  I would suggest
SZYMBORSKA, W (1966)    View with a Grain of Sand, London: Faber
WILSON, E (1940)    To the Finland Station
This classic is available in many editions

Essay Twenty-Six
AVERY, C (1997)    Bernini Genius of the Baroque, London: Thames & Hudson
BAYNES, C F (1968) (translator) The I Ching, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul
BOARDMAN, W S (1984) (editor) The Pocket I Ching, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul
DAMASIO, A (2000)    The Feeling of What Happens, London: Vintage
GILL, M (1989)    Image of the Body, New York: Doubleday
McEWAN, J (1993)    Glenkiln, Edinburgh: Canongate
STEINER, R (1968)    A Theory of Knowledge implicit in Goethe’s World
Conception, New York: Anthroposophic Press
JARRASSÉ, D (2001)    Rodin A Passion for Movement, Paris: Terrail

Essay Twenty-Seven
William James’ ideas about time are explored in Chapter 5 ‘Time’ of
MYERS, G E (1986)    William James His Life and Thought, New Haven: Yale
and Ch 70 ‘Bergson’ of
RICHARDSON, R D (2006) William James, New York: Houghton Mifflin
BORTOFT, H (1996)    The Wholeness of Nature, Edinburgh: Floris Books
EMMICHOVEN VAN, F W Z (1982)    The Anthroposophical Understanding of the Soul, New York: Anthroposophic Press
KÖNIG, K (1973)    The Human Soul, Spring Valley, NY: Anthroposophic Press
STEINER, R (1985)    The Origins of Natural Science, Spring Valley, NY:
Anthroposophic Press
STORR, A (1963)    The Integrity of the Personality, London: Penguin

Essay Twenty-Eight
To explore Paradise Lost you could turn to
CAREY, J and FOWLER, A C (eds) (1968)  The Poems of John Milton, London: Longmans
Rumi’s poems are available widely in translation
EPSTEIN, M (1996)    Thoughts Without a Thinker, London: Duckworth
WINNICOTT, D W (1969)    ‘The Capacity to be Alone’ in’ The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment, London: Tavistock
WINNICOTT, D W (1986)    Home Is Where We Start From, London: Penguin

exploration 28 –
SZYMBORSKA, W (1996)    View with a Grain of Sand, London: Faber

Essay Twenty-Nine
John Diamond’s voice: see BBC News internet report from March 2nd 2007
GRINKER, R (2008)    Unstrange Minds, Icon Books
A succinct review of Elizabeth Loftus’ work will be found in
SLATER, L (2004)    Opening Skinner’s Box, London: Bloomsbury
Pandmaja Rav’s poem is in
CHATTERJEE, D (2005)    MASALA, London: Macmillan
Walt Whitman’s poems are widely available
STUCKEY, C F (1988)    Monet Water Lillies, New York: Random House

Essay Thirty
BEZZOLA, T (ed) (2005)    Alberto Giacometti – Henri Cartier-Bresson. The Decision of the Eye, Zurich: Scalo Verlag
COLE, J (1998)    About Face, Cambridge MS: MIT Press
DENNETT, D C (1995)    Darwin’s Dangerous Idea, London: Penguin
HULL, J M (1990)    Touching the Rock, London: SPCK
INGS, S (2007)    The Eye: A Natural History, London, Bloomsbury
STEINER, R (1999)    Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine, New York:
Anthroposophic Press
DONNA WILLIAMS has, over the past twenty years, written four volumes of Autobiography, four text books and volumes of prose and poetry, all readily available.

exploration 30 –

ROBERTS, T D M (1995)    Understanding Balance, London: Chapman & Hall

Essay Thirty-One
The Competition to describe the Alexander Technique will be found in The Alexander Journal, No 5, Summer 1966
JONES, F P (1976)    Body Awareness in Action, New York: Schocken Books
JONES, F P (1974)    Learning How to Learn, London: Sheldrake Press
JONES, F P (1999)    Collected Writings on the Alexander Technique,
Massachusetts USA: Alexander Technique Archives
JUNG, C G (2002)    The Undiscovered Self, Oxford: Routledge
KLUGER, J (2007)    Simplexity, London: John Murray
MYERS, W (1998)    Nonviolent Communication, Encinitas CA, USA: Wayland Myers
ROSENBERG, M (2003)    Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life,
Encinitas CA, USA: Puddle Dancer Press

Essay Thirty-two
BERGER, j (2008)    Hold Everything Dear, London: Verso
McCRUM, R (2008)    My Year Off, London: Picador
RUSHBY-SMITH, T (2008)     Looking Up, London: Virgin
SACKS, O (1991)    A Leg To Stand On, London: Picador
SAINT-EXUPÉRY de, A (1974)     The Little Prince, London: Pan
STEINER, R (1972)    Curative Education, London: Rudolf Steiner Press
STEINER, R (1971)    The Wisdom of Man, of the Soul, and of The Spirit,
New York: Anthroposophic Press
Meditative verses are found throughout Rudolf Steiner’s work.  Collections are found in
STEINER, R (1972)    Verses and Meditations, London: Rudolf Steiner Press
STEINER, R (1979)    Truth-Wrought-Words, New York: Anthroposophic Press
STEINER, R (2001)    Breathing the Spirit
Finding the Greater Self
The Heart of Peace
Living with the Dead
(4 vols) London: Rudolf Steiner Press
SZYMBORSKA, W (1997)    Nothing Twice, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Literackie
WINNICOTT, D W (1986)    Home Is Where We Start From, London: Penguin

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One response to “Bibliography

  1. Greetings from Sydney, Australia!
    Bob, many thanks for your review in STATnews of Thinking Fast and Slow. What you say about the Alexander work and experiencing is great. And, the A. work gives one the means whereby – to experience!
    Kind Regards
    Diana Devitt-Dawson

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