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Ferdinand Unzicker vs Mihail Saltaev
Bundesliga (2008/09), Various GER, rd 13, Mar-01
Slav Defense: Quiet Variation (D11)  ·  1/2-1/2


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  whiteshark: Was auch immer in den Nachrichten kommt, eines ist sicher: Wir scheitern zunehmend daran, uns ein objektives Bild der Realität zu machen. Während uns die "Breaking News" der <Bundesliga (2008/09)> in Atem halten, entziehen sich entscheidende Veränderungen unserer Aufmerksamkeit: Digitalisierung, Überwachung, die enger werdenden Grenzen der <Various GER> Meinungsfreiheit.

Der Physiker, Jurist und Kognitionsforscher <Ferdinand Unzicker> analysiert die Herausforderungen für unser Denken im postfaktischen Zeitalter und schafft Orientierung im großen <D11>-Durcheinander. Vor allem aber fordert er von <Mihail Saltaev> mehr Mut, den eigenen Verstand zu gebrauchen - auch ohne fremde Anleitung.

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  whiteshark: <Telemus: <Grenzwertig zitiert und geringfügig den eigenen Verstand gebraucht. Aber immerhin den Unterhaltungswert der Partie übertroffen.>> Mission accomplished! ;)

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