Under 2. World War I found a number of people, including Jews fleeing Nazi persecution, each other in joint social and spiritual endeavors. All of them had their roots in Central European culture and spirituality and were inspired by Rudolf Steiner. They found each other in Scotland and they sprouted what became the Camphill movement.
Among the personalities who met in a joint development work was Karl König. Against the dominant tendency of the time to want to remove the «impure», the weak and imperfect from the earth, he put the imperfect man at the center. For «in the interaction and cohabitation with people with special needs, he sees the very precondition for creating. . .
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