The fundamental question of all interpersonal action: the pertinence of dealing with one another. Part 2
All articles by Marius Tölzer
The first part of the series: basic, interactive, and lively connections between language, society, and history.
It is an Easter edition: Goethe's relevance and approach to the Bible.
A brief look at the Western tradition of spirituality. (Series: Spirituality and Poetry)
The problem of justifying the rigour of certain life practices continues to be raised.
Taking veganism as an example, the problematisation of the extent to which the rigour of certain acts can be justified is examined.
Spirituality affects all of us and should not be disqualified as "esotericism" in a pejorative (derogatory) sense.
The natural right of humans is the right to freedom and requires appropriate organisational structures.
The natural right of human beings is the right to freedom.