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Warum Krieg?

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Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud's correspondence about peace and war was published in a pamphlet called "Why War?" The pamphlet appeared just after Hitler had risen to power, in German, and had a tiny circulation unfortunately.
Paperback, 64 pages
Published April 30th 2005 by Diogenes Verlag AG,Switzerland (first published 1933)
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Amr Omran
الكُتيب مُترجم..

المراسلات فلسفية علمية ونظرية .. بعضا يسأل هذه الاسئلة حتي الاّن ..
"كيف نوجد السلام بين البشر؟"
"هل نستطيع ازالة التعصب؟"

وتتابع المراسلات بأسئلة عظيمة..

Previous to reading this book, I had no idea that Einstein and Freud were connected. Their exchange of ideas about the nature of human beings and war are fascinating. For a non-native speaker, the German was a little dense but manageable.
I think this is the same book I just read in Norwegian. It was very interesting and thought provoking, especially for a philosopher like me.
Fue una buena lectura, si la introducción no hubiera sido tan extensa, latosa e innecesaria hubiera sido una lectura escelente.
Rodrigo Collin
Fantástico! Duas das mais brilhantes mentes do século 20 debatendo as origens da guerra.
bah oui? hein pourquoi?

vive la planete des Singes!
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