New York Times calls anthroposophy gobbledygook.

Marion Mahony, an M.I.T.-trained architect, made Frank Lloyd Wright’s early career possible. In the early 1900s she spent a decade producing renderings that kept his clients enthralled, despite his scandalous personal life. She drew borders of dense forests and flowers around his dry floor plans and facade proposals. […] In this fall’s spate of scholarship “Marion Mahony Reconsidered,” a book edited by David Van Zanten, a Northwestern University historian, explores how she drew inspiration from Wright’s collection of Japanese prints and her faith in the gobbledygook of Rudolf Steiner’s anthroposophy.

H/t Roger.

3 thoughts on “gobbledygook

  1. I love the word ‘gobbledygook’. It’s the sound made by a gnome who is trying to swallow a large toad. They do that sometimes.

  2. I agree, it is a very pleasing word Alicia. I also like ‘flibbertigibbet’, that’s the noise when the toad comes back up and hops into the nearest pond.

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