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Joachim  Bauer - How We Become <br><br>Who We Are

Joachim Bauer

How We Become

Who We Are

The formation of human self through resonance

Recent neuroscientific research indicates that human beings are born without a self. But how do we develop this "self", this "me" that can later define itself as distinct from...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Science & Medicine
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Bernadette  Conrad - Growing Up Big and Strong: Children making their way out into life

Bernadette Conrad

Growing Up Big and Strong: Children making their way out into life

Conversations with Cornelia Funke

When journalist Bernadette Conrad met star author Cornelia Funke for an interview in Los Angeles in spring 2015, all she really wanted to do was ask a few questions about the...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Philosophy
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Maximilian  Dorner - Stand Up, Even if You Can't

Maximilian Dorner

Stand Up, Even if You Can't

Handicap is rebellion

This is not a book for one night. That's got something to do with its subject, for it is about all kinds of handicap – and, what is more important, what we make of them. In a...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Gunter  Gebauer, Sven  Rücker - On the Pull of the Masses and the New Power of Individuals

Gunter Gebauer, Sven Rücker

On the Pull of the Masses and the New Power of Individuals

In the first half of the 20th century, the masses were the predominant topic in European politics and society. In an age of individualism they seem to have lost their attraction...

Date of publication
January 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Anne  Otto - Where Does the Hate Come from?

Anne Otto

Where Does the Hate Come from?

The psychological causes of the swing to the right and racism

Racism, an extreme right-wing mindset, and an aggressive disparagement of "the others" have again become alarmingly socially acceptable. How was this possible? Where does this...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Social & Cultural Studies
  • Current Affairs
 
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Ursula  Ott - The House of My Parents Has Many Rooms

Ursula Ott

The House of My Parents Has Many Rooms

On letting go, clearing out and preserving

The family home. It is now too large for one's elderly parents. It might be standing in the wrong place, far away from the life, love and work of the children who are now in the...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Kerim  Pamuk - Cannabis, Coffee and Kajal

Kerim Pamuk

Cannabis, Coffee and Kajal

Eine kurze Geschichte von allem, was uns lieb und orientalisch ist

If you like playing chess, eating pasta and lounging about on the sofa, you are … what? Correct! Oriental! Sounds funny? Well, that's the way it stands. All of this found its way...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Sabine  Rennefanz - Mother To Go

Sabine Rennefanz

Mother To Go

Between baby and job

Sabine Rennefanz was fifteen when she first read about the struggles working women have in their jobs, at home and with themselves. When she herself became a mother she was...

Date of publication
January 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Christiane  Tramitz - The Sisters of Marzahn

Christiane Tramitz

The Sisters of Marzahn

On life at the very bottom

One day on the stairs of his concrete tower block, Fabian Krüger, jobless, walked out on by his wife and lonely, comes across two very thin little girls who have locked themselves...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Katharina  Zweig - An Algorithm Has           No Sense of Tact

Katharina Zweig

An Algorithm Has No Sense of Tact

Where artificial intelligence errs, why that matters to us and what we can do about it

Artificial intelligence and algorithms have been part of our lives for a long time: in satnavs, spellcheckers, autocomplete and must-buy tips. But somehow they often make us feel...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Social & Cultural Studies
  • Current Affairs
 
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