By Thomas Pogge - 24. 03. 2015

While the UN claims to have made significant progress on the Millennium Development Goals, philosopher Thomas Pogge spoke recently with Ben Hill about...

By Thomas Pogge - 14. 12. 2011

Thomas Pogge has taken Rawls' Theory of Justice to a global level. He sat down with Sören Musyal and Martin Eiermann to talk about European solidarit...

By Thomas Pogge - 8. 08. 2011

Half a million die every year from malnutrition. Yet the fate of the world is decided without giving the poor a voice. The result is enduring poverty....

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Information Is Cheap, ...
By George Dyson

George Dyson grew up around the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, built kayaks in Canada and began to think about the internet before personal computers were a household staple. He talked with Martin Eiermann about the definition of life, human progress and the importance of cognitive autar

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Politics Is at the Roo...
By Joseph Stiglitz

Austerity policies are driving us towards a double-dip recession, warns US economist Joseph Stiglitz. He sat down with Martin Eiermann to discuss new economic thinking and the influence of money in politics.

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We Are Crossing the Bo...
By Rolf-Dieter Heuer

Rolf-Dieter Heuer is the director of the European Organization for Nuclear Research and oversees the vast CERN laboratories in Switzerland. He sat down with Martin Eiermann to talk about the search for the Higgs Boson, the limits of human knowledge and the distinction between science and religion.

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“Architecture is an ...
By Norman Foster

Sir Norman Foster is the mastermind behind some of the world’s most iconic buildings. With Max Tholl, he discussed how architecture helps us communicate, where our fascination with bigness stems from, and why we need to do more with less.

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“The digital age has...
By Henry Elkus

21 year-old “Helena”-founder Henry Elkus has built a one-of-a-kind organization of world leaders aimed towards significant global change. Yet half of his members are under 25 years old. Elkus spoke to Alexander Görlach on power in the 21st century and the youth’s burden to address the critica

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In Pursuit of the Bea...
By Justine Kolata

“The Beautiful is not different from the Good: The Beautiful is the Good that shows itself to us pleasingly veiled. --Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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