Camphill Academy | Evaluated Learning Experience
The Camphill Impulse III
15 hours (variable – multi-day).
September 2013 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: the participants will have met the Goetheanum and the Christmas conference of the anthroposophical society in 1923 as an archetypal imagination of community and society building into the future; out of that experience it is possible to recognize the being and work of Rudolf Steiner and his contribution to social renewal; in Camphill, one can then meet the unique contribution of Karl König to form a way of community living, as an expression of Rudolf Steiner’s intentions for a threefold social organism; explain the inner context of their work; reflect on and articulate their relationship to the life of Kaspar Hauser, to the impulse of Rudolf Steiner for renewal of the social life through 3 folding.
This retreat is integral to the fourth year curriculum and builds upon the work of Camphill Impulse I and II in the second and second years, respectively. Concurrently, it complements coursework in Human Being IV, Medical and Artistic Therapies, Philosophy of Spiritual Activity, and (in the Curative Education program), Curative Application of the Arts and Integrated Arts Projects, or (in the Social Therapy) program) Social Therapy III, as well as coursework in the arts.
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 1 semester hour in Curative Education, Social Therapy, Social Agriculture, Inclusive Social Development, Philosophy, Cognitive Studies, Consciousness Study, Contemplative Practice, Contemplative Spiritual Practice, Western Spirituality, and any discipline that could benefit from such a complementary learning experience (11/15) (10/20 revalidation).