[Islam] The social debater and author Hans Magnus Enzensberger (b. 1929) was his generation's leading intellectual in Germany, contributing, among other things, in the 1980s to sharp analyzes of the Norwegian way of life. It is hard to come across anyone who emerged as a clearer intellectual role model than the politically and stylistically unpredictable Enzensberger. At least for us with pretensions in the span between academia and journalism. Noam Chomsky has always had something crazy about him, Edward W. Said lacked the irony and wit of the German, Pierre Bourdieu lacked the linguistic elegance, Jürgen Habermas is still too gravely serious.
But in Enzensberger's latest release,. . .
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