What are some stimulating non-fiction books
We live in a time of polarization and excitement: simple slogans and quick judgments are enjoying increasing popularity; There seems to be neither time nor place for differentiated discourses. It is urgently necessary that we exchange ideas about what matters to us:What are the core values that unite us? What do we need for a good community life? Understanding our values is crucial for the future of our coexistence, and the "ZEIT Library of Values" would like to initiate this dialogue. Smart and visionary books from bestselling authors like Harald Welzer, Carolin Emcke, Roger Willemsen or Remo Largo provide the necessary arguments and ideas for this.
The edition gathers eight important and well-equipped non-fiction books, which address the central values of our society: Questions about democracy, freedom, justice, self-determination, work, tolerance, maturity and attitude are addressed byoutstanding scholars and journalists taken up in an exciting and lively way.
An exclusive contribution by the ZEIT editorial team in the appendix to each volume expands the discussion to include a journalistic perspective. So this edition not only includes some of the most important theses in recent years, but offers additional food for thought and encourages exchange. Exactly the exchange that we urgently need now.
Carefully curated compilation of eight successful non-fiction books whose authors are luminaries in their field
Eight hardcovers with dust jacket and ribbon bookmark in a jewelery slipcase for only € 89.95
Each volume is supplemented by an exclusive epilogue by the ZEIT editorial team
on highly topical social issues and therefore valuable reading for everyone
Carolin Emcke, one of the most important intellectuals of the present, expresses herself in this committed essay on the major issues of our time: racism, fanaticism, hostility towards democracy. For everyone who is looking for convincing arguments to defend a humanistic attitude and an open society.
Carolin Emcke, born in 1967, studied philosophy in London, Frankfurt / Main and Harvard. She is a freelance journalist and received, in addition to numerous other awards, the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade in 2016.
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Keep it up!
Cover, presentation very good. Reading still follows. After that I will know more about it.
Delivery went well. An evaluation of the book content
Delivery went well. I could only evaluate the contents of the book after extensive reading and working through, and I need time for that.
Everything fits here: the product, that is
Everything fits here: the product, i.e. the design and the external quality of the books, the high-quality content of which I will now enjoy.
Roland Rischawy from Konradsreuth in Bavaria at the top
Thoughts and impulses that can broaden the horizon.
This library gives a lot of food for thought. I am not compliant with many statements here, including on ethical aspects, but of course that is also due to my more economically liberal background. But this series of books certainly has the potential to open new horizons.
Very beautiful and noble collection. One should have.
Very beautiful and noble collection.
One should have.
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