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    Blog 12/20 – Ulrich Schnabel

    Instead of cursing the darkness, light a candle - How to resist psychological gravity We are living in a dark time right now – both in a real and figurative sense. On the one hand, the days are short, there…

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    Blog 11/20 – Michael Bursik

    High tech needs high touch The figures are impressive proof of this. The second Corona wave is sweeping over Central Europe and some governments are beginning to reintroduce lockdowns. Even the hitherto rather measure-shy British Prime Minister Boris Johnson now…

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    Blog 10/20 – Christoph von Oldershausen

      See and be seen Anyone who claims they have never caused misunderstandings in communicating with another person isn’t telling the truth. It is easy to watch two people in everyday life talking completely past each other – and neither…

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    Blog 09/20 – Carlos A. Gebauer

      FAS, MOS, IUS and LEX – An introduction not only to legal theory In everyday life we often hear sentences like: «He acted lawfully» or «He violated the law». And the statement «One has to abide by law and…

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    Blog 08/20 – Ina Schmidt

      The new normal. But: What is normal? These are turbulent times in which we are living. Much of what seemed to be taken for granted has been shaken, needs to be reviewed and realigned. Thus, as is so often…

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    Blog 07/20 – Michael Bursik

    The mathematics of trust Corona – how quickly the meaning of a word can change. Until the beginning of 2020 it was associated with an exotic Mexican beer, today the name stands for a worldwide pandemic. With Covid-19 a virus…

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    Blog 06/20 – Ulrich Schnabel

    Direction Terra Incognita - Why we must learn to live with uncertainty There is hardly anything we are currently longing for more than the end of the corona restrictions and the return to «good old» normality. But if there is…

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    Blog 05/20 – Sibylle Maeder

    Two «viruses» – Thoughts and feelings in times of uncertainty Since the middle of March many things have changed here in Europe and around the world. Only slowly are we returning to the «new normality». We have been hearing and…

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    Blog 04/20 – Christoph von Oldershausen

    An Acceptance Seminar The ability of materials to return to their original shape after deformation is described in materials science as elasticity, flexibility or resilience. In relation to humans and their «malleability», the understanding of resilience goes a little further.…

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    Blog 02/20 – Ina Schmidt

      Is it all a question of education? Why education can change our world.   Education is a basic building block for a successful life. In all the debates about necessary knowledge and the future of both institutionalized and ideally…

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    Blog 01/2020 – Michael Bursik

    Shortly after the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos has ended, Michael Bursik is addressing the «dilemma» surrounding the climate debate. In doing so, he brings a refreshing new perspective to the discussion, which may offer a way out of the populist dichotomy of «black and white thinking». Enjoy reading.

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    Blog 12/2019 – Christoph von Oldershausen

    Like every year, many of us are facing the big question: What good intentions do I have to start the new year with? A few kilos less on the ribs, doing sports regularly, more time just for me... Many of the resolutions we hear from ourselves, our friends and acquaintances sound like this or something similar. In our December blog post, Christoph von Oldershausen examines the question of how we can best implement the resolutions. With this in mind, good luck with the implementation and merry Christmas!

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