Goethe’s Faust is a hymn to anthropocentrism, turning into selfishness (2)


We continue to publish parts of the third report on the Face on the “Faust” of Goethe. And this is the first report directly discussing the work itself and its author. In the first part of the report it was mostly about the common ground and the author of “Faust” and about the society that from which arose this great product. In the second part we will focus the relationship of Goethe and Faust.
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The collapse of Russia casts courts in Somalia

Original taken from verola in the Collapse of vessels pushing Russia to Somalia


The meeting of Putin with the judges sparked a flood of comments — guess everything they say? Every person in the country that can talk about the outrageous unfair sentences. “I personally know a man who only went to prison from all involved in the case. Sat down only because he had no money to bribe the judge. And since there was no money, no arguments, no facts, no logic and common sense the judge is not interested in” (A. Walnut)
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Free app MyShake, developed in the laboratory of UC Berkeley will turn the smartphone into a mini-seismograph

We welcome our readers to the pages of the blog iCover. Today we will talk about the free app MyShake developed at the seismological laboratory of the University of Berkeley in California. The application works on the smartphone in the background and allows the user to proactively fix potentially dangerous seismic activity.



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