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2016

Headwind revolution

VG commentator Frithjof Jacobsen says in the book Project Prime Minister that "modern politics is not about educating the people and seeking adherence to ideological principles, but about trying to understand what answers people want to hear"

To share is to live 

We all live in the nation Facebook – so we should mobilize a critical understanding of how this nation works. 

Bordered with boundless violence

The state has always tried to prevent people from moving freely and unattached. But isn't man really nomadic in his being?

Above the skyscraper 

The Generic Sublime thinks broadly and ambitiously about a new type of urban architecture. 

Living is enough

With a few sentences, Judith Hermann can strive for a lifetime.

The environmental crisis from the perspective of the stars

The day we help rather than disrupt the climate, we can talk about the "mature anthropocene".

The art of aging

To achieve a good and dignified old age, we should continue to pursue goals that make life meaningful.

Gude Man

Do you think you control your own destiny? The real power lies with the networks.

Post-Francoic stress syndrome

Nobel laureate Javier Marías writes strongly about Spain in the years following Franco.

Explosive and jargon-heavy about contemporary art

The metamorphoses of contemporary art are perhaps too interesting.

Surfing against all odds

This beautiful documentary takes us to the surfing world of the Gaza Strip and reveals an impressive resilience in a beleaguered population.

Extreme artist's mirror

Marina Abramovic's autobiography is as uncompromising and confrontational as her performance art.

Narcissism and resonance

Martin Altmeyer is fed up with criticism of social media and wants to redefine the concept of narcissism. But does he succeed?

Increasing conformity

The selfie culture threatens to reduce us to marketing agents of our social-media personality, two German authors believe.

That day everything becomes free

In post-capitalism, Paul Mason argues that information technology has the potential to transcend capitalism and create forms of production independent of the traditional market. 

What has the peace movement achieved?

New book looks at what the peace movement can learn from the experiences of past peace struggles.