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Summer is in full swing and a good book to read in the deep shade is still being sought. We reccomend our book of August, Philosophers and Love, by Aude Lancelin and Marie Lemonnier.
This vivid, often subtly ironic, yet lovely read intended for the general public follows the portraits and conceptual legacy of thirteen renowned philosophers (Socrates, Kant, Nietzsche, Arendt, and de Beauvoir are just some of them) whose outrageous hypocrisy and unreasonable actions and ideas will make you laugh, but also teach you something new.
You can buy this book via our webshop this month at a promotional price!
Like some mythological monster and disturbing apparition, Hitler encourages many fantasies. Ever since the fall of Berlin on May 2nd, 1945, one question prevails: Is he dead or has he fled? According to testimonies of survivors of his bunker, he died on April 30th, 1945. He was then burned, so no one would get to his body. But the non-existence of his corpse had initiated an unstoppable string of rumors that he was alive. Leonid Leonov, the favorite author of the Soviet regime, on May 8th, 1945, published a fiery text in Pravda: „We will require material evidence that the corporal-strategist has not turned into a werewolf. Babies all over the world can sleep peacefully in their cradles. The Führer's body in natural size is the only thing the Soviet armies and their Western allies want to s...Open