CORONA: Nothing is in a hurry anymore. Illness, death, and economic ruin are the hallmarks of the pandemic, but in corona-the time also arises cognition and insight, which we should take with us further.
Douglas Murray: Hordernes Hærgen – gender, race, identity IDENTITY: Hørernes Hærgen is a flame script against the identity-political winds of the time. It is a fiery battle script against contemporary moral currents.
Thomas Ubbesen: We were the people – Meeting Eastern Europeans 30 years after the fall of the Wall EASTERN EUROPE: Thomas Ubbesen and his wife have written a human-like account of the people who lived on the right side of the wall.
James Lovelock: Novacene – The Coming of Age of Hyperintelligence THE FUTURE: We live in a new age where artificial intelligence develops on its own and becomes our salvation, not our death. It only happens a little later.
Søren Kierkegaard (published by Niels Jørgen Cappelørn): Sheet Articles 1834-36, 1842-51, 1854-55 literary critic:
A selection of Søren Kierkegaard's magazine articles is no easy introduction to his thinking. In contrast, they act as a marker of the thinker as the voice of his time.
Per Stig Møller: The Four Icebergs: The world's greatest challenges Denmark's former Foreign Minister Per Stig Møller has authored a book on the world's challenges. It is dystopian, but Møller also offers suggestions for solutions.
Per Stig Møller: The Four Icebergs: The world's greatest challenges Denmark's former Foreign Minister Per Stig Møller has authored a book on the world's challenges. It is deeply dystopian, but Møller also comes up with suggestions for solutions.
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