Sauerland, Karol - courage for privacy

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Edited by Schülke, Anne; Drawings by Klepsch, Detlef

The Germanist and philosopher Karol Sauerland outlines the changes in our ideas of the private in his essay. He spans an arc from antiquity to the present, and in the best sense of the word, he keeps deviating from his project. Above all, however, Sauerland defends the private and reminds us of the necessary ability to be lonely.

The artist and musician Detlef Klepsch makes a personal note on Sauerland's essay with a collection of drawings. Here the group, the couple, the individual take on a possible shape.

In his essay, Sauerland outlines the changes in our ideas about the private sphere. He spans an arc from antiquity to the present, and in the best sense of the word, he keeps deviating from his project. Above all, however, Sauerland defends the private and reminds us of the necessary ability to be lonely.
The artist and musician Detlef Klepsch makes a personal note on Sauerland's essay with a collection of drawings. Here the group, the couple, the individual take on a possible shape.

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