\”\” Westerwald Academy of education invites to travel through the cultural and intellectual history of the Western world on something I’ve just waited \”, Sibylle Stroder from Montabaur, remembers her reaction, as in the paper by an orientation trip through the cultural and intellectual history of the West\” read the gray cells in swing. Find a red thread through the partial and superficial knowledge that you have in mind, that would be nice.\” So she volunteered for the Academy\”since 1987 in the Westerwald active Marie Berger on seminars and was henceforth on Wednesdays after bad Marienberg. The basic course of this rather unusual in Germany private education initiative includes 28 nights, because 28 sessions / lessons. The 62 met about two dozen like-minded people. On the high school students Gerrit Klein, the youngest in the round. Or on the 22-year old hairdresser Ilka Schneider, who is often annoyed that interesting starting conversations quickly sand because you know much anything or only a little.
Or Rolf Steup, until the retirement of Senior Executive of a health insurance company. During my professional life I was very restricted\”, he says. In a question-answer forum Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. was the first to reply. The 66 came to the Academy\”, now that he has more time to update his knowledge to. I’ve known many aspects, but without the big picture.\” The Academy participants come from almost all age groups, from different professions and life circumstances, bring different educational backgrounds and track but a common interest: all private, quite voluntarily, and primarily to the extension of the personal horizon, want to learn, they want to form. \”The large correlations for anyone to understand representing that promises the Academy\”. She want to deliver a coarse orientation map for the culture and mind development of stone age antiquity, middle ages and enlightenment to the industrial age and into the computer age. Basic knowledge from different disciplines and the cross-disciplinary look at will be in Vista, the art and history of psychology and philosophy to natural science and policy.