Karl König, the founder of the Camphill movement, was very aware of the need for change in the social order he saw around him. In this revealing collection of imaginative thought and ideas, he shows, however, that true social change must begin in individuals.
He goes on to say that renewal is something each human being can practice themselves in the midst of everyday life.
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Karl König (1902–1966) was well-known as a physician, author, and lecturer. He began his work at the Institute of Embryology at the University of Vienna. In 1939 he founded the Camphill Movement in Scotland. Based on the educational ideas of Rudolf Steiner, the special education schools for children and villages for adults with special needs are now established all over Britain and Europe, North and South America and Southern Africa. He was the author of numerous books.Review:
'Threefolding in the social realm is not an easy concept to come to terms with, let alone realise ... All the more reason to pick up this very timely book and make an effort to understand how society could have organised itself; and what could still happen if social development stays connected with the true needs of humanity rather than be blinded by power and greed. At times it is heart-rending to read how the right path for humanity has time and again being side-tracked. Yet overall it is inspiring to know that this impulse has not simply failed and died out.' -- Camphill Correspondence
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