G20 2019 in Buenos Aires: Lügen haben kurze Beine – und warum uns das der G20 Gipfel lehrt. Eine Satire
Mendacity is the politician's bunch. No Argentinian would deny that, on the contrary, he would be able to prove it with countless examples, to paint, to affirm, and talk each other into rage: because why is the whole thing Political business only so lying and why is it already completely sufficient everything going wrong, the moral decay and in general the bad in the to a single moral offence, lying? In order to understand the origin and Argentina's continued policy and continuing crisis, it needs to be explained entirely alone of a small misdemeanor that, when committed in great numbers and by important people, leads to a single chaos. For sure, Alberto Echegaray Guevara would not be denied that the lies of the official, all democratically elected in their offices, rags gang has contributed a crucial part to the evil of the world.
History of the German philology in Argentina (Chapter 6 ) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK
This study of the history of German philology in Argentina describes and analyses the period of time between the Revolution of May 1810, which means after the independence of Argentina from Spain, and the 1950s. The study has its focus on the history of the degree program of the University of Buenos Aires. We are going to read about the first professors of German literature at the University in chapter four, five and six. This chapter is about Juan Carlos Probst.
Wissenschaft trifft Kunst! Die International Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts organisiert zum zweiten Mal einen erfolgreichen Liederabendmit der Sopranistin Kim-Lillian Strebel und der Poetin Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer Unter dem Motto „Kunst öffnet Geist und Herzen“ eröffnete der stellvertretende Vorsitzende der IASHA e. V. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Roland Mertelsmann die gelungene Symbiose aus Musik, Poesie und wissenschaftlicher Nachwuchsförderung. Geladen hatten der Verein und Marcel Thimm, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Sparkasse Freiburg.
History and the Future of the Scientific Society Freiburg - Geschichte und Zukunft der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft Freiburg
This article describes the history and current work of the Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Freiburg (Scientific Society Freiburg). It was founded in 1911 as a "corporation under public law" in order to support research at the University of Freiburg with financial contributions. The Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft is thus probably the oldest, still existing institution for the promotion of research at a German university. It owes its current assets of over six million euros to two large nationwide fundraising campaigns, several larger estates and a skillful asset management over the past 50 years. Due to its status under public law, the Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Freiburg has the advantage over comparable foundations that it can accumulate unlimited assets and, if necessary, draw on its assets.
Knowledge That is Not Communicated is Wasted: JOSHA - Open Access With Author Copyright - German Version: Nicht kommuniziertes Wissen wird verschwendet: JOSHA - Open Access With Author Copyright
Universal access to knowledge is a fundamental principle of science and humanities. Today, however, publications of science and humanities are locked behind high paywalls and non-transparent selection procedures. In the efforts to resolve the misery, a first important milestone was the “Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities” of 2003. This year, a second milestone was reached: Eleven European research funding institutions have committed to require from 2020 on that all results from research funded by these institutions are published immediately in compliant Open Access journals or platforms. The negative liabilities of Peer-review procedures, including the “Semmelweis reflex” are shown to represent further barriers for an immediate universal dissemination of knowledge. To overcome inappropriate locking of science and humanities behind walls, the remaining future milestone is that authors retain a non-exclusive copyright.
This article is the third topic of the dissertation: „Max Frisch – Die Identitätsproblematik in seinem Werk aus psychoanalytischer Sicht“ by the German philologist and psychoanalyst Gunda Lusser-Mertelsmann. She reflects on the question of whether our society supports is individuals in developing their own identity and originality rather than suppressing exactly this development. Can an individual really be free enough to shape his own character or do we simply follow fixed pathways on the road to conformity in our society? How do the mass media influence our personalities and what are educations’ possibilities of changing the way we deal with all the influences of the mass media? The following article is written in German. (reprinted with kind permission of „Akademischer Verlag Heinz-Dieter“, Stuttgart 1976). Part 1: http://www.josha-journal.
Under the title "Songs at, on and under the table", the musicians of the ensembles Quadrophon and pian e forte performed ensemble music of the 16th and 17th century under the direction of Uwe Schlottermüller. The concert took place in the framework of the scientific junior conference "Popularity: Song and Poetry from the 16th to the 19th century", which took place at the FRIAS (Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies) from 24th to 26th September 2018 by Sarah Ruppe (Freiburg), Hannah Berner (Geneva) and Frédérique Renno (Freiburg). The topic of the conference was the question of how and why songs and poems become popular
Leander Hotaki is since 2010 the director of the German program called "Albert Konzerte" which is a program encharged of making possible to bring the greatest artist of the World to Freiburg and to make the most wonderful concerts in the south-west of Germany. In fact, he also promotes the work of the best students in the field of dramaturge or music in many universities in Germany and writes columns about different topics around music and musicians. This time he writes about the possibility of making an ecological music work.
This is one of the four works that has been selected by our JOSHA-editors as a winner of our Demetrios Preis 2018! The Thesis was presented by Nora Marie Leps from Germany. Religion and religious education are once again playing an important public role in the integration debate in the face of demographic change in Europe because religion, among other things, provides for integration and orientation. According to Schambeck, religious education, in particular, should aim to teach the students in, from, through and about religion. How can this be achieved so that young people can behave in the face of multiculturalism in Germany?
Demetrios Preis 2018: "Comparison of preclinical characterization methods of a radioactive pharmaceutical agent"
This is one of the four works that have been selected by our JOSHA-editors as a winner of our Demetrios Preis 2018! The Thesis was presented by Simon Osterkamp from Germany. Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET) are relatively rare tumors with an incidence 0f 35 per 100000 in the USA. They express the Somatostatin Receptor (SST-R) which specifically binds the radioactive agent DOTATATE. The objective of the research presented here was to investigate whether saturation with 68Ga-DOTATATE with [68Ga]Ga3+ has an effect on the KD. Furthermore, a protocol was to be developed which would allow measuring the KD-Value by IC50- determination via "Vakuum-Stanzer".