Humble Anecdotes of the Invisible

by Ken Evans


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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/28/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 102
ISBN : 9781728392479

About the Book

‘Humble Anecdote of the Invisible’ is the final part of my condensed ‘Lebenswelt Studies’, necessarily autobiographical, and centred mostly on what amounted to a ‘mesocosm’ —an intermediary spiritual -world, between the macrocosm and microcosm, by artists, thinkers, poets and dancers who founded an experimental community, the ‘Hill of Truth’ in Ascona, during the early onset of Modernism, and later at Eronos, the intellectual and aesthetic hub founded by Olga Frobe in Ascona in 1933, to discuss the most pressing issues of the times: the nature of body and soul, social norms, religious belief, relationships, value of life, the human spirit, art and creativity; and their eventual making of an alternative spiritual and intellectual history of the twentieth century.


About the Author

Ken Evans combines his academic and professional interests working as a university lecturer in social sciences and philosophy, and as a Consultant to Statutory and Private Care Providers in mental health, elderly care, and international care-education and training. His on-going research interests are in combining and integrating theoretical perspectives from all fields of ‘human traditions and categories’ in the application of health and social care.