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Achim  Achilles - Tendons Don't Lie

Achim Achilles

Tendons Don't Lie

Something new from the runner of our hearts

He just cannot stop. Ten years after his sports debut near the last places of dubious fun runs, Achim Achilles undauntedly jokes his way through the bizarre world of millions of...

Date of publication
March 2017

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Mazda  Adli - Stress and the City

Mazda Adli

Stress and the City

Why cities make us ill. And why they are still good for us.

Forecasts for 2050 say that about two-thirds of the world's population will be living in cities. Yet is it not precisely these cities, with their deafening noise, their hustle and...

Date of publication
May 2017

  • Science & Medicine
 
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Robin  Alexander - The Driven Ones

Robin Alexander

The Driven Ones

Merkel and refugee policy: report from inside the centre of power

Angela Merkel's decision in autumn 2015 to open the borders for refugees split the country – some praised the moral stance, others criticised the surrender of sovereignty. Yet...

Date of publication
March 2017

  • Current Affairs
 
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Franz  Alt, Peter  Spiegel - Fairness

Franz Alt, Peter Spiegel

Fairness

A future for everyone. The manifesto

We need a new and convincing guiding principle, such as the idea of the social market economy was one, which promised affluence for all and honoured it surprisingly well....

Date of publication
April 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Jan  Anderson, Christian  Koch - Are You Drunk?

Jan Anderson, Christian Koch

Are You Drunk?

Crazy tests for all situations in life

We all ask ourselves numerous questions every day. It starts when the alarm wakes us up in the morning: Shall I get up now or shall I roll over one more time? Can I carry on...

Date of publication
March 2017

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Shabnam  Arzt, Wolfgang  Arzt - Hug and Let Go

Shabnam Arzt, Wolfgang Arzt

Hug and Let Go

What 13 years with our terminally sick daughter taught us about life

When she was eight months pregnant, Shabnam Arzt and her husband Wolfgang were told that their child probably had a serious chromosome defect. The doctors urgently advise an...

Date of publication
October 2017

  • Memoirs
 
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Misha  Aster - State Opera

Misha Aster

State Opera

The colourful history of the Berlin "Lindenoper" in the 20th century

October 3, 2017 will see the return of the Berlin State Opera to its original building after a seven-year enforced closure – an event of international significance.

Misha...

Date of publication
October 2017

  • History
 
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Alexander  Batthyány - Victory Over Indifference

Alexander Batthyány

Victory Over Indifference

Finding meaning in an age of change

In the midst of all the affluence and surplus of our times, an alarming phenomenon is becoming rampant: more and more people are bogged down in the quagmire of a profound...

Date of publication
November 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Alexander  Batthyány - Die Überwindung der Gleichgültigkeit

Alexander Batthyány

Die Überwindung der Gleichgültigkeit

Sinnfindung in einer Zeit des Wandels

Date of publication
November 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Heinrich  Bedford-Strohm - Loving Radically

Heinrich Bedford-Strohm

Loving Radically

Impulses for the future of a resolute Church

500 years – and what then? What will become of a Church that is shrinking in a society that is becoming less conscious of its Christian roots?

Heinrich Bedford-Strohm...

Date of publication
April 2017

  • Theology & Religion
 
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