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  1. Voltaires und Goethes Mahomet : Vortrag vor der Goethe-Gesellschaft Kiel ; 15. April 2008
    Erschienen: 19.10.2010

    Im Internet findet sich unter dem Titel Goethe als Muslim ein Aufsatz von Schaikh 'Abdalqadir Al-Murabit, der ursprünglich 1995 in der Islamischen Zeitung erschienen ist. Der Verfasser führt dort den Nachweis, »dass sich Goethe als aufgeschlossener... mehr

     

    Im Internet findet sich unter dem Titel Goethe als Muslim ein Aufsatz von Schaikh 'Abdalqadir Al-Murabit, der ursprünglich 1995 in der Islamischen Zeitung erschienen ist. Der Verfasser führt dort den Nachweis, »dass sich Goethe als aufgeschlossener und toleranter Mensch - nicht ›nur‹ fair und gerecht gegenüber dem Islam verhielt, sondern vielmehr zweifellos ein Muslim war, der sich [mit] aller Offenheit und Zivilcourage zum Islam bekannte und seine Eigenschaft als Muslim nie verleugnete«. Keine Sorge, bitte: diese These ist ganz sicher stark übertrieben und wir brauchen nichts davon zu glauben. Die einschlägigen Standardwerke - allen voran Katharina Mommsens große Untersuchung Goethe und die arabische Welt von 1988 - sind sich in dieser Hinsicht völlig einig und zeichnen ein wesentlich differenzierteres Bild.

     

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    Sprache: Deutsch
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  2. An ode to joy : a season of grief
    Erschienen: 02.02.2010

    Beethoven's Ninth in Bailey Hall the other evening, April 20, ending in an instant standing ovation by a clearly enchanted audience, was an unforgettable experience. And, like all such truly extraordinary events that are marked not only by artistic... mehr

     

    Beethoven's Ninth in Bailey Hall the other evening, April 20, ending in an instant standing ovation by a clearly enchanted audience, was an unforgettable experience. And, like all such truly extraordinary events that are marked not only by artistic merit, but draw their power from the circumstances surrounding their creation or performance, it recalled others and enhanced their significance. I was reminded of a stellar performance on Christmas Day of 1989, only weeks after the unexpected fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, that haunting date in German history. Few people believed it would ever happen. But now, suddenly, reunification in justice and freedom, as the truncated old national anthem phrases it, was within reach.

     

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  3. Brecht / Weill : The Three Penny Opera
    Erschienen: 08.02.2010

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  4. Germans against Hitler
    Erschienen: 08.02.2010

    "The sun shines, and Hitler is master of this city. The sun shines, and dozens of my friends are in prison, possibly dead. Thousands of people like Frl. Schroeder are acclimatizing themselves, like an animal which changes its coat for the winter.... mehr

     

    "The sun shines, and Hitler is master of this city. The sun shines, and dozens of my friends are in prison, possibly dead. Thousands of people like Frl. Schroeder are acclimatizing themselves, like an animal which changes its coat for the winter. After all, whatever government is in power, they are doomed to live in this town." These are among the final entries in Christopher Isherwood's Berlin Diaries. Hitler has legally assumed power and Isherwood, who "can't altogether believe that any of this has really happened," will leave the city he has come to love and return to England. The Nazi Movement that began a decade ago in seedy Bavarian beer halls has now conquered its very antithesis, Prussia. It seems unstoppable. The people, as always, will adapt or perish.

     

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  5. Martin Luther : 1483-1546
    Erschienen: 08.02.2010

    450 years ago, in the early hours of February 18, the charismatic reformer and fearless combatant who had changed the face of Europe and of Christianity died in his home town of Eisleben while on a peace mission. The feuding Counts of Mansfeldt had... mehr

     

    450 years ago, in the early hours of February 18, the charismatic reformer and fearless combatant who had changed the face of Europe and of Christianity died in his home town of Eisleben while on a peace mission. The feuding Counts of Mansfeldt had asked him to mediate. Accompanied by his three sons, Luther, old at 62 and ailing, made the trip in mid-winter against the advice of friends and family. His body was returned to Wittenberg and buried there on February 22. It is impossible to overestimate his impact. The common priesthood of man, "everybody his own priest", this truly revolutionary notion at the core of his teaching, was immediately recognized for its (unintended) political, democratic implications. To him, all the faithful were one community, there was no room for separate casts. His zeal as a preacher of the "true faith", and his denunciation of those who would not accept it, earned him the reputation of intolerance, even anti-Semitism. The latter would surprise him, for he considered himself a prophet, though anointed against his will, like those of the Old Testament who also admonished, cajoled and condemned the "wayward children of Israel"'

     

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