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Isolate yourself with books

Isolate yourself with books

Dear readers, isolate yourselves with chosen books from TIM press with a 20 % discount. No, this is not an April fools...

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Reading in isolation

Reading in isolation

Dear readers, as you know, libraries and bookstores are currently closed, but don't worry, you can find your dose of...

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„Kafka's Last Trial“ in Jutarnji

„Kafka's Last Trial“ in Jutarnji

Dear readers, on March 15th, an article by Miljenko Jergović entitled “The Benjamin and Brod Cases: Talent is not a Sui...

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Book of the month
The Book of Atheist Spirituality

On the occasion of publishing Seven types of atheism by John Gray, the book of April is The Book of Atheist Spirituality

In this powerful book, french philosopher and internationally bestselling author André Comte-Sponville presents a philosophical exploration of atheism and reaches startling conclusions. The Book of Atheist Spirituality is the answer to current phenomena and controversies of our time and to the recent „return of the religiousness“ issue which has become a certain Vulgate of our days.There is no doubt that atheism, in its various statements and philosophical starting points, is one of the most important and most constant contrary companions of religious institutions, beliefs and teachings. Through clear, concise, and often humorous prose, this book offers a convincing appeal for a new form of spiritual life, one that at its heart celebrates the human need to connect to one another and the universe.

You can buy this book via our webshop this month at a promotional price!

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Understanding Nazi Ideology

Over 70 years after the fall of Nazi Germany, the question remains unanswered: How could a leading European cultural nation evolve into a dictatorship that triggered a new world war and committed industrial genocide? What was Nazism and why did the Nazis act as they did? Nazism did not arise in an idea-historical vacuum, but in fact had deep roots in German culture. This book takes us on a fascinating journey from the German romance to the Nazi era. We see how thought flows arise and - perhaps surprisingly - contribute to the emergence of Nazi ideology. The book highlights key characteristics of this ideology: ultranationalism and driver worship, racial thinking and anti-Semitism, anti-violence and totalitarianism, and more. The presentation also covers Nazi strong elements of occultism....

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