The answer would appear to be “no”. A look at his work and biography reveals a nuanced yet pragmatic approach.
New Zealand is generally seen as one of the success stories in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. Here NNA correspondent Vee Noble looks back at a year with the virus from a New Zealand perspective.
As 5G is rolled out, a study shows that electromagnetic fields could have a negative effect on insect decline. The environmental authorities should take heed, the Nature And Biodiversity Conservation Union in Germany demands.
The resilience researcher Prof Johan Rockström sees important learning processes in the coronavirus pandemic. The health crisis could be attributed to the destruction of ecosystems, made worse through climate change.
A conference in Stuttgart dealt with the life’s work of the consciousness researcher and meditation teacher Georg Kühlewind: revolutionising the idea of the I as a necessity of our time.
The Stuttgart Institute for Contemporary Social Questions has called for vigilance among anthroposophists against right-wing extremism in the corona protests to avoid allying themselves with “regressive and subversive” forces.
Interview with Wolfgang Tomaschitz on the contemporary relevance of the philosopher and meditation teacher Georg Kühlewind (see report above “Changing yourself and the world through training mindfulness”).