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Merleau Ponty

The Greatness and Fall of French Philosophy

ESSAY: The Golden Age of French philosophy (1945–1989) created something great. An atmosphere, a new way of thinking, a new way of being. A freedom-hungry life experiment. So what then went wrong?

The pull towards evil

MODERNITY: The West, with its colonial history, fell into violence, perfidiously masquerading as humanism. Here about Dostoevsky.

We live on a damaged planet

NATURE: At a time when national nature goals and international nature agreements have finally made it onto the agenda, problem formulations and value concepts such as those in this book by Sigurd Hverven are very important.