The question has haunted scholars, socialists and socialist scholars for one and a half centuries. So we also give it a try (or eight).
As we rejoice over not having to go to work and put on our Halloween costumes, we’re also asked to remember a little something a famous local guy named Martin Luther did 500 years ago. But what we’re commemorating may not have taken place quite as promoted over the past centuries.
In total, no fewer than 42 parties are running for the Bundestag. How many of them have you heard of?
How does Germany’s political system work? How important are political parties in the election?
Had Death been roaming our city that night in search of a casual victim?
A “neoliberalism” that is neither new nor liberal? A reply to Harald Köpping.