- Sixteen lectures and essays which consider the relationship between the earth and humanity
- Considers how harmony and balance can be achieved through sustainable agriculture
- Includes ideas on biodynamics, domestic animals, elemental beings and many other aspects of farming
Explores how responsible farming can balance the needs of the earth and human beings.
'The task is to create a form of social life by which the soil, the plants, the animals are in harmony with each other.' -- Karl König
Karl König was deeply concerned for the relationship between the earth and humanity, and how landscape, plants and animals contribute to that relationship.
This book presents sixteen lectures and essays by König, which explore the connection between biodynamics, domestic animals, elemental beings and many other aspects of farming and agriculture, all the time looking for how harmony and balance can be achieved in relation to the needs of human beings.
This includes a revised edition of material previously published in Earth and Man.
Karl König (1902-66) was well-known as a physician, author and lecturer. He began his work at the Institute of Embryology at the University of Vienna. In 1940 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.
See a full list of the books in the Karl König Archive series