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Book Recommendations

Books flow through our lives, year after year. What we read defines what we think, and vice versa. Our thinking changes probably more as a result of encountering new ideas...

Welcome!

This website brings a philosophical perspective to current events and trends. What are the visions we have for our collective future? How do we balance humanity with technological progress? What is humanity in the first place? What do we mean by “nature,” and how do we relate to the nature around us, as well as to our own nature? I created this website to bring together different interests, reflect on my own traditions, and pursue these big questions. I am a psychotherapist, and I teach philosophy in the Bay Area of San Francisco. I grew up in Bavaria, Germany.

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You may have noticed that this website has no advertising. It will also remain ad-free in the future. The website will reach approximately 200,000 unique visitors in 2017, with a yearly...

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Quotes from this Website

Let others do the thinking…. “From this story it may be seen what the nature of true storytelling is. The value of information does not survive the moment in which...

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The History of this Website

January 2019 The modern version of “revolution” is “disruption,” and disruption becomes the default mode of operation in our global society. Everything is increasingly interconnected, but the direction of change...

Useful Websites

This collection of links contains content-rich websites for orientation and research. I try to keep the list short. If we think of knowledge as space, its’ topology is transforming rapidly...