The Karl König Institute for Art, Science and Social Life
is a charitable organisation, registered in Berlin, Germany, with partners in other countries. It provides the legal basis for the work of the Karl König Archive
Its tasks are to support and co-ordinate the work of the Archive, especially editing and publishing the New Edition of Karl König's works.
Any donations which are not specifically designated for individual projects are used solely for this main purpose.
As projectsnew cultural, scientific and social initiatives that are based on the anthroposophic and holistic intentions of Karl König are encouraged and supported. (see below)
The aims of the Karl König Institute are:
publication of a comprehensive New Edition, making König's work available to the general public
establishment of subject areas to cooperate with professionals internationally in the process of editing Karl König's Literary Estate in twelve sections
continuation of Karl König's research aims
to initiate and support publications and events related to these research areas
to encourage and implement international net- working and co-operation with initiatives and
institutions showing similar aims
Long term projects that have been established are:
The Camphill Archive: Dealing with the history and development of the Camphill Movement and with the works of members of Camphill, perticularly the founding group.
The Kaspar Hauser Research Circle, which has as its scientific basis the research material of Herman Pies and Johannes Mayer.
A Friends Association supports the Institute with donations and regular membership contributions, assists with fundraising and many other tasks. New members are always welcome!
A regular Newsletter in German and English keeps readers in contact with events, research and initiatives: newsletter.htm
For more information contact Richard Steel: