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"What makes Germany tick?" - Stephan Grünewald at the Cologne Public Library

March 13, 2019, 7:00 p.m. - 21:00


Germany is in a troubled mental state. Many people are doing well and they experience their country as an island of prosperity in a world of crisis-ridden upheavals. Nevertheless, there is rumour: dissatisfaction, sheer rage and hatred are not only articulated in the social networks. Social cohesion is dwindling, radical parties are on the rise. More and more citizens have the feeling that the future can only get worse.

Stephan Grünewald uses thousands of in-depth psychological interviews conducted by the Rheingold Institute to create a stirring psychogram of the nation. He examines the growing suspicion of many people that they have been betrayed by politics and the elite and that they are not appreciated enough. He vividly illuminates the sources of anger, powerlessness and exhaustion in an everyday life that is increasingly marked by demands for perfection and a digital feasibility mania. Grünewald makes the unconscious psychological mechanisms of our actions understandable. Thus he opens up new perspectives for a meaningful shaping of the future.

An event in the series "worth knowing - discussions at the pulse of time".
Moderation: Stefanie Junker


March 13, 2019.
19:00 - 21:00
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City Library Cologne
Josef- Haubrich-Hof 1
Cologne, 50676 Germany
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