N. V. P. Franklin
N. V. P. Franklin is a retired university lecturer currently living in South Devon, UK. His first study concerned Jakob Böhme and William Blake’s Four Zoas (1979), while his second addressed Rudolf Steiner’s Christology and Freemasonry (1989). He has also published on Böhme’s understanding of speech sounds and has taught in the Open University and the University of California. Since 2014, his main task has been coediting the Complete Works of Hermann Beckh in English translation. He is neither a member of the Anthroposophical Society nor a Freemason.