Why are some things understandable and yet inexplicable

Crazy! - We treat the wrong people

I was really happy because I thought a book in the style of Arno Gruens "Der Wahnsinn der Normalität" (http://www.buecher.de/shop/buecher/der-wahnsinn-der-normalitaet/gruen-arno/) products_products / detail / prod_id / 03600836 /).
The apparent paradox that those who are described as sick are actually healthy and those who are believed to be healthy are basically sick, I found really good.
But then came the analysis of the figure Hitler, who in my opinion is simply incompetent and popularist.
An example of what happens when you don't understand the problem, but rather use opinions and thereby want to be successful.
As in the book "Ökolution 4.0" ... more

I was really happy because I thought a book in the style of Arno Gruens "Der Wahnsinn der Normalität" (http://www.buecher.de/shop/buecher/der-wahnsinn-der-normalitaet/gruen-arno/) products_products / detail / prod_id / 03600836 /).
The apparent paradox that those who are described as sick are actually healthy and those who are believed to be healthy are basically sick, I found really good.
But then came the analysis of the figure Hitler, who in my opinion is simply incompetent and popularist.
An example of what happens when you don't understand the problem, but rather use opinions and want to be successful as a result.
As already described in the book "Ökolution 4.0" (http://www.buecher.de/shop/fachbuecher/oekolution-4-0/rueckemann-oliver/products_products/detail/prod_id/34451512/lfa/lastviewed-3/) , you have to understand problems in order to be able to solve them and not just ask after well-trodden conventions. Anyone looking for real answers is much better off with this book than with "Irre".