Diagnosis in Curative Education
Foreword by Michael Glockler, MD
Introduction by Cornelius Pietzner
Translated by Catherine E. Creeger
Karl König’s point of view is that “disabilities” are exaggerated forms of ways we all use to cope with life. He presents the outline of a comprehensive child anthropology for diagnosis in the areas of motor disturbances, sensory disturbances, right and left, the world of language and the gestalt of the child. Finally he introduces us to convulsive disorders, epilepsy and hysteria.
This unique book is of value not only to those working in special education but to anyone interested in the dynamics of all human development.