We undertake experiments in the compatibility, in an isolated group
of people, between people of different ages and different social
The people who participate in these workdays, that are in fact
free of work, live in special cottages that are rented especially
for the purpose, working on their social and self expression, both
on their own and in groups. In those cottages, where sexual relationships
are proscribed, groups work on different conditions.
- The Child's Perspective - several families with little children
and singles who haven't yet found a family. Questions about family
relationships and childrens' upbringing are tackled.
- The Girl's Perspective - unmarried women, individuals in a collective.
Attaining the ability to rule, submit, or collaborate.
- The Man's Perspective - a mixed collective of men and women
of different ages (from 25 to 86), mostly single. Questions of
the relationship between the sexes, and the possibilities of working
in co-operation without either sex holding sway over the other,
- The Adult's Perspective - adult men and women. The lives of
different people in one family, one clan, so to speak, where everybody
knows his position and voluntarily carries out his duties.
During this experiment, participants acquire knowledge and experience
that enables them to adapt to social life and to enhance their suitability
to their chosen profession. This is confirmed by the fact that participants
who had found it difficult to adapt to life in society were subsequently
able to adapt themselves to social change and alter their relationship
to new conditions, and were able to make their lives more productive,
acquire new professions and find their niche in society.