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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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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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Lisa Frieda  Cossham - Suddenly a Couldn't-Care-Less Mum?

Lisa Frieda Cossham

Suddenly a Couldn't-Care-Less Mum?

How I left my family and wondered whether I was entitled to

Lisa Frieda Cossham has written candidly about a taboo topic: she is a part-time mother. She has placed her own wishes above family happiness, left her husband and since then sees...

Date of publication
January 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Rike  Drust - Maternal Feelings: Two

Rike Drust

Maternal Feelings: Two

New child, new happiness

Her first book on Maternal Feelings: Complete Edition has struck a chord with mothers – outspoken as it is, self-ironic and provocative. Rike Drurst has now ventured onto...

Date of publication
September 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Susanne  Garsoffky, Britta  Sembach - The Deep Rift

Susanne Garsoffky, Britta Sembach

The Deep Rift

How politics and business are playing parents and the childless off against each other

Our social system is placing parents at a disadvantage because on the one hand we need children to finance it, while on the other hand there is little reward for bringing children...

Date of publication
September 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Sonja  Hartwig - Kazım, how can we manage this?

Sonja Hartwig

Kazım, how can we manage this?

Kazım Erdoğan and his Turkish men's group – about living together in Germany

Kazım Erdoğan is indefatigable, spending as he does eighteen, nineteen, twenty hours a day out and about in the cause of helping people towards a peaceful, fair coexistence and...

Date of publication
September 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Wladimir  Kaminer - Goodbye, Moscow

Wladimir Kaminer

Goodbye, Moscow

Reflections on Russia

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution, Wladimir Kaminer takes a look at the country of his birth and sees a country looking for itself.

The...

Date of publication
February 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Guido  Mingels - Everything Used to be Worse

Guido Mingels

Everything Used to be Worse

Why things are looking up for us – in spite of war, disease and catastrophes.

A Spiegel book

Let's be honest: what do you think – do more people die in plane crashes than used to be the case or fewer? Are there more wars and war casualties than 30 years ago or fewer? Are...

Date of publication
April 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Kerim  Pamuk - Islam – What About It?

Kerim Pamuk

Islam – What About It?

A lexicon for those in the know. Guaranteed unveiled!

Why do men turn gay when women drive cars? Is Jihad the Islam form of a booze cruise and are Shiites globules?

Kerim Pamuk's introduction to the world of Islam is...

Date of publication
April 2017

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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