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Utopia

14.01.2016
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We can even maintain that, if the eighteenth century was the century of utopia, the twentieth century was without doubt the century of anti-utopia – and from this perspective it seems that so far, the new century cannot be defined otherwise.
18.02.2015
- Languages: de
Ulrich Beck learned how to be a European in the USA. But why it was that Beck placed Europe at the core of his transnational thinking, and not the relationship between Germany and America. And why it was that in 2012 he was no longer writing about a 'cosmopolitan', but a 'German' Europe?
12.11.2014
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It is from the ashes of the conflagrations of the twentieth century that we must begin to explore what has been attempted in Europe since then: the overcoming of the old sovereignty of the state, and a Community capable of defending democracy and social justice from the scourge of nationalism.
30.05.2014
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In the UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the time of unemployment benefits has come to a change. No more benefits for British young people who do not agree to go to school or attend an apprenticeship course. Is this end of welfare? And what happens in the rest of Europe? Can a country like Italy, with all its specific social and political conditions, still transform the Utopia of unemployment benefits into a reality?
18.04.2014
"We are living in the times of diasporization. It is not just the question of migration but settling somewhere while remaining one's own identity. Separate enclaves". VIDEO INTERVIEW
08.04.2014

We are late. The collective European adventure has partially left resentment, withdrawal and division in its wake. The trust the people had in the democratic model, in economic prosperity, in social well-being, and in cultural enrichment has crumbled away.

 

03.04.2014
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When in 1516 Thomas More released – in Leuven, published by Martens – his celebrated work Utopia, he invented a wordplay based on the pronunciation of two Greek words, or rather modelled after the Greek, which in English would be pronounced in the same way: ou-topos