First of 29 volumes of Reiner Schürmann's so far unpublished lecture notes on the history of western thought, this publication traces the rise of self-consciousness in its modern form and function, with Luther as the central figure of Schürmann's study.
A collection of illustrated short stories about Elham, a little
Iranian girl exiled in Germany, and her difficulties to fit in this new
environment. A poetic work on exile,
friendship, courage and open-mindedness, inspired by the childhood
of author and illustrator, Shirin Azari.
The ultra-blackness manifesto: a Deleuzian reading of the philosophical and socio-political stakes of the current electronic music scene (publication marking the reactivation of the influential label Mille Plateaux, with texts by an ensemble of international musicians, artists and theorists: Frédéric Neyrat, Achim Szepanski, Holger Schulze, Gerriet K. Sharma, Bernd Herzogenrath, Corry Shores, Marcus Schmickler, Thomas Brinkmann, Thomas Köner...).
A previously unreleased concert recording from 1983 by Das Moabiter Duo
(Sven-Åke Johansson and Thomas Kapielski). An eclectic improvisation
associating drums, electronics
and concrete music, offering a snapshot of the experimental Berlin scene
of the 1980s.
In this course, Reiner Schürmann develops the idea of a distinctive
Medieval Renaissance, connected with the rediscovery of Aristotle. His
analysis is drawn from readings of St. Thomas Aquinas, William of Ockham
and Meister Eckhart's works.
This volume of Reiner Schürmann's lectures unpacks Nietzsche's ambivalence towards Kant, in particular positioning Nietzsche's claim to have brought an end to German idealism against the backdrop of the Kantian transcendental-critical tradition.