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by Peter Selg,Karl König

Category: Leaders and Notable People
Subcategory: Memoris and Biographies
Author: Peter Selg,Karl König
ISBN: 0863156282
ISBN13: 978-0863156281
Language: English
Publisher: Floris Books (August 15, 2008)
Pages: 176
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Karl König: My Task is an inspiring introduction to König's remarkable life and work. This book combines König's autobiographical fragment and an essay by Peter Selg with two selected reminiscences written by König's colleagues Anke Weihs and Hans-Heinrich Engel

Karl König: My Task is an inspiring introduction to König's remarkable life and work. This book combines König's autobiographical fragment and an essay by Peter Selg with two selected reminiscences written by König's colleagues Anke Weihs and Hans-Heinrich Engel. Born in 1902 into a Jewish family, Karl König grew up in Vienna in the last years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He studied medicine and during this time came across the work of Rudolf Steiner.

Karl Konig: My Task: Autobiography and Biographies (Karl Konig Archive). 0863156282 (ISBN13: 9780863156281).

In Germany, Karl Konig founded Pilgrimshain, a home for children with special needs. However, following the annexation of Austria by the Nazis, he and many young people around him moved to Great Britain as refugees. Karl Konig: My Task: Autobiography and Biographies (Karl Konig Archive).

Biography retrieved from Official Karl König Institute and Archive. Selg, Peter: Anfänge anthroposophischer Heilkunst. Karl König: My Task: Autobiography and Biographies, Floris Books, Edinburgh 2008

Biography retrieved from Official Karl König Institute and Archive. "Karl König Institute for Art, Science and Social Life". Ita Wegman, Friedrich Husemann, Eugen Kolisko, Frederik Willem Zeylmans van Emmichoven, Karl König, Gerhard Kienle. Pioniere der Anthroposophie; Band 18). Dornach: posophischer Verlag am Goetheanum, 2000. Karl König: My Task: Autobiography and Biographies, Floris Books, Edinburgh 2008. Selg, Peter: (E. Karl König: The Child with Special Needs: Letters and Essays on Curative Education, Floris Books, Edinburgh 2009.

In Germany, Karl König founded Pilgrimshain, a home for children with special needs. In 1939, the ideal of working together as a community was put into practice with the founding of Camphill. König became the driving force that led to the expansion of the Camphill movement throughout the British Isles, into Europe, South Africa, and North America.

Karl König, Peter Selg. Karl Koenig: My Task is an inspiring introduction to Koenig's remarkable life and work. This book combines Koenig's autobiographical fragment and an essay by Peter Selg with two selected reminiscences written by Koenig's colleagues Anke Weihs and Hans-Heinrich Engel. Born in 1902 into a Jewish family, Karl Koenig grew up in Vienna in the last years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Karl König: My Task: Autobiography and Biographies, Floris Books, Edinburgh 2008. Karl König: Die ersten drei Jahre des Kindes, Verlag Freies Geistesleben, Stuttgart, Zeist 1977

Karl K?nig: My Task is an inspiring introduction to K?nig's remarkable life and work. This book combines K?nig's autobiographical fragment and an essay by Peter Selg with two selected reminiscences written by K?nig's colleagues Anke Weihs and Hans-Heinrich Engel.

Karl K?nig: My Task is an inspiring introduction to K?nig's remarkable life and work. Born in 1902 into a Jewish family, Karl K?nig grew up in Vienna in the last years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Karl König's Path into A. .has been added to your Cart. Peter Selg was born in Stuttgart in 1963. He studied medicine in Zurich and Berlin. Until 2000 he worked as the head physician of the child and juvenile psychiatry department of Herdecke hospital in Germany

Karl König's Path into A. Flip to back Flip to front. Until 2000 he worked as the head physician of the child and juvenile psychiatry department of Herdecke hospital in Germany. He now works as a youth psychiatrist at the Ita Wegman Clinic in Arlesheim, Switzerland, lectures extensively and is the author of numerous books. He is married with three children. Karl König (1902-66) was well-known as a physician, author and lecturer. Karl König: Die ersten drei Jahre des Kindes, Verlag Freies Geistesleben, Stuttgart, Zeist 1977, ISBN 90 6038 078 9

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Karl König: My Task is an inspiring introduction to König's remarkable life and work. This book combines König's autobiographical fragment and an essay by Peter Selg with two selected reminiscences written by König's colleagues Anke Weihs and Hans-Heinrich Engel.

Born in 1902 into a Jewish family, Karl König grew up in Vienna in the last years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He studied medicine and during this time came across the work of Rudolf Steiner. Soon after graduating he worked with Ita Wegman in Switzerland, where he also met his wife, Tilla.

He was a pioneer in the early days of Pilgramshain, a home for children with special needs in Silesia, Germany. However, in 1936 under political pressure he left Germany for Austria. Here he had a large medical practice as well as being the focus of a group of young people interested in Steiner's work.

Following the annexation of Austria by the Nazis, König and many of the young people around him came to Britain as refugees. The ideal of working together as a community was put into practice with the founding of Camphill in 1939. König was the driving force behind the expansion of the Camphill movement across the British Isles, into Europe, South Africa and North America. He died in 1966.

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