Abstract

This paper describes the pioneering contribution made by Karl Koenig to the field of intellectual disability. Koenig was an Austrian émigré forced by virtue of his Jewish heritage to flee his homeland after the Anschluss. From a seed sown by Koenig in Scotland in 1940 has grown the worldwide Camphill Movement. The paper also seeks to identify and describe the essential elements of the Camphill philosophy and practice.

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