Our plans for the future of this format.
Evolutionary theory has a major dictum: That humans won’t stay how they used to be.
We daydream about life in pristine, free, raw nature – where we would only survive for five minutes.
Are we still able to think of the future when technology binds us to living in real time?
Journalists aren’t lying to anyone. But our industry needs to stop deceiving itself – or it’ll go under.
It is only tolerable when we do not call it by name. We tame death without ever being able to master it.
“Some say” – A Latin introduction to a specific argument and how it came to shape our culture of debate.
A single house of worship for a common God? In the capital of atheism? Berlin proves that its ambitious projects extend well beyond new airports and hosting the Olympics.
An agreement between immigrants and the host country population is the foundation for peacefully managing new mass migration.
Germany bears responsibility for Greece. But that has nothing to do with World War II.
When states regulate markets, it often causes unintended consequences. This is particularly true in the housing sector, as examples from across the world show us. Germany’s recent foray into rent price regulation will surely be no different.
The relevance of Stefan Zweig’s book The World of Yesterday” extends far beyond the disasters of the 20th century and into our present reality. It is a book worth rereading.