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Meister Eckhart ( 1328) ist die Zentralgestalt der oberrheinischen Mystik. In dem hier in neuhochdeutscher Übersetzung vorliegenden Traktat sind Überlegungen aus seiner Zeit als Prior des Erfurter Dominikanerklosters im ausgehenden 13. Jahrhundert zusammengestellt. Sie zeigen ihn weniger als spekulativen Philosophen denn als geistlichen Begleiter, der auf Anliegen und Fragen seiner Brüder einging. So behandelt Eckhart in der Perspektive mystisch-innerlicher Frömmigkeit Fragen der mönchischen und gemeinchristlichen Praxis, berührt die Sünde des Menschen ebenso wie die Frage der Nachfolge Christi und des Sakramentenempfangs. Die Erläuterungen erschließen dieses Handbuch christlicher Lebensführung in seinen historischen Dimensionen wie in seiner Bedeutung für ein gegenwärtiges Verständnis des Christlichen.[Meister Eckhart. Counsels on Discernment]Meister Eckhart ( 1328) was the central figure within the so called Rhenish mysticism. When he served as the prior of the Dominican monastery at Erfurt in the late thirteenth century, he wrote the treatise presented here in modern German. Here, we find him more as a spiritual counselor than as a speculative philosopher who answers to questions and problems raised by his brothers. Against a background of mystical interior piety, he traces the issues of monastic as well as average Christian behavior. He speaks about human sinfulness as well as about imitation of Christ and the communion in the Lord's Supper. The commentaries reveal the historical context of the treatise as well as its impact on our days as a handbook of Christian life.

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Anselm Graubner. Der kurze Winter der Anarchie
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Im Jahr 1989/90, als das Alte nicht mehr galt und das Neue kaum absehbar war, schien alles möglich. Der gesellschaftliche Umbruch in der DDR verlief rasant, mitunter auch anarchisch. Die Staatssicherheit wurde in Erfurt von einer Handvoll Frauen friedlich besetzt, das erste Arbeitsamt in der Bezirksstadt eröffnet, die ersten freien Volkskammerwahlen abgehalten, der Wehrdienst durch den Zivildienst ersetzt.Anselm Graubner, der im Dezember 1989 mit einer Arbeitserlaubnis aus Dortmund nach Weimar gekommen war, hielt diese Momente als Fotoreporter für die Thüringische Landeszeitung fest. Seine Wahl fiel nicht zufällig auf Weimar. Schon vor der Grenzöffnung war er Teil der ACC-Galerie geworden, die Freunde in einem besetzten Haus gegenüber des Weimarer Schlosses gegründet hatten. Sie wurde in den turbulenten Monaten sein Ankerpunkt, hier hielt er das Miteinander von Studierenden, Künstlern und Hausbesetzern fest. Der Band versammelt Aufnahmen vom Herbst 1989 bis zum April 1990.Anselm Graubner( 1968, Wismar), lebt und arbeitet als Kulturunternehmer und Hotelier in Weimar. 1981 reiste er mit seiner Familie in den Westen aus. Im Herbst 1989/90 fotografierte er für eine Tageszeitung in Weimar, 1991 ging er als Fotograf für drei Monate nach Kamtschatka.In 1989/90, when the old no longer applied and the new was essentially unpredictable, anything seemed possible. Social stability in the GDR rapidly broke down, with the turmoil at times even bordering on anarchy. The Stasi headquarters in Erfurt was peacefully occupied by a handful of women, the first job centre was opened in the Thuringian capital, the first free parliamentary elections were held for the Volkskammer, and military service was replaced by a community-based alternative.Anselm Graubner captured these moments in pictures, working as a reporter for the Thüringische Landeszeitung. He had come to Weimar from Dortmund, arriving with a work permit in December 1989. His choice of Weimar was not a randomone. Even before the border opened, he had become involved with the ACC Galerie, which friends of his had founded in a squatted house opposite the palace in Weimar. It was to become his anchor point during the turbulent months that followed, and it was here that he took pictures of the communal life of students, artists, and squatters. The book is a collection of photographs covering the period from autumn 1989 to April 1990.Anselm Graubner(b. 1968, Wismar), lives and works as a cultural entrepreneur and hotelier in Weimar. In 1981, he left the GDR with his family to settle in the West. In autumn 1989/90, he took pictures for a daily newspaper in Weimar, and in 1991 he spent three months in Kamchatka working as a photographer.

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Anselm Graubner. Der kurze Winter der Anarchie
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Im Jahr 1989/90, als das Alte nicht mehr galt und das Neue kaum absehbar war, schien alles möglich. Der gesellschaftliche Umbruch in der DDR verlief rasant, mitunter auch anarchisch. Die Staatssicherheit wurde in Erfurt von einer Handvoll Frauen friedlich besetzt, das erste Arbeitsamt in der Bezirksstadt eröffnet, die ersten freien Volkskammerwahlen abgehalten, der Wehrdienst durch den Zivildienst ersetzt.Anselm Graubner, der im Dezember 1989 mit einer Arbeitserlaubnis aus Dortmund nach Weimar gekommen war, hielt diese Momente als Fotoreporter für die Thüringische Landeszeitung fest. Seine Wahl fiel nicht zufällig auf Weimar. Schon vor der Grenzöffnung war er Teil der ACC-Galerie geworden, die Freunde in einem besetzten Haus gegenüber des Weimarer Schlosses gegründet hatten. Sie wurde in den turbulenten Monaten sein Ankerpunkt, hier hielt er das Miteinander von Studierenden, Künstlern und Hausbesetzern fest. Der Band versammelt Aufnahmen vom Herbst 1989 bis zum April 1990.Anselm Graubner( 1968, Wismar), lebt und arbeitet als Kulturunternehmer und Hotelier in Weimar. 1981 reiste er mit seiner Familie in den Westen aus. Im Herbst 1989/90 fotografierte er für eine Tageszeitung in Weimar, 1991 ging er als Fotograf für drei Monate nach Kamtschatka.In 1989/90, when the old no longer applied and the new was essentially unpredictable, anything seemed possible. Social stability in the GDR rapidly broke down, with the turmoil at times even bordering on anarchy. The Stasi headquarters in Erfurt was peacefully occupied by a handful of women, the first job centre was opened in the Thuringian capital, the first free parliamentary elections were held for the Volkskammer, and military service was replaced by a community-based alternative.Anselm Graubner captured these moments in pictures, working as a reporter for the Thüringische Landeszeitung. He had come to Weimar from Dortmund, arriving with a work permit in December 1989. His choice of Weimar was not a randomone. Even before the border opened, he had become involved with the ACC Galerie, which friends of his had founded in a squatted house opposite the palace in Weimar. It was to become his anchor point during the turbulent months that followed, and it was here that he took pictures of the communal life of students, artists, and squatters. The book is a collection of photographs covering the period from autumn 1989 to April 1990.Anselm Graubner(b. 1968, Wismar), lives and works as a cultural entrepreneur and hotelier in Weimar. In 1981, he left the GDR with his family to settle in the West. In autumn 1989/90, he took pictures for a daily newspaper in Weimar, and in 1991 he spent three months in Kamchatka working as a photographer.

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Urban Religion (eBook, PDF)
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So far religion has been seen as cause for dramatic developments in the history of cities, it has contributed to the monumentalisation of centres and or has given importance to ex-centric places. Very recently, anthropologists have been discovering religion in the contemporary global city. But still awaiting historical investigation is the specific urban character of religious ideas, practices and institutions and the role of urban space shaping this very 'religion' in the course of history. The time-span from the Hellenistic age to Late Antiquity was crucial in the establishment of concepts and institutions of 'religion' and witnessed extended waves of urbanisation, Rome being central to this. In addressing this problem, this book fills a significant gap in the scholarship on urban religion across time. Taking seriously the proposition that space is condition, medium and outcome of social relations, the development of 'urban religion' in lived urban space and urban culture or urbanity offers a lens onto processes of religious change that have been neglected for the history of religion and for the study of urbanism. The key thesis is that city-space engineered the major changes that revolutionised religions. »This stimulating book makes use of archaeology and history to address religion as an essential component of urban life in both the past and the present. -With a strong basis in the ancient Mediterranean as well as an insightful view of modern urban life, Rüpke emphasizes that the practice and performance of religion at the everyday level is as essential in the creation of an urban ethos as the grand temples and institutions promulgated by the elite.« Monica L. Smith, author of Cities: The First 6,000 Years »Jörg Rüpke offers a characteristically original and learned series of reflections on some of the many ways in which the history of religions and the history of cities might be entangled. Urban Religion offers no single overarching thesis, but it is consistently thought-provoking and suggests many intriguing lines of investigation for the future.« Greg Woolf, Institute of Classical Studies, London Jörg Rüpke, University of Erfurt, Germany.

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So far religion has been seen as cause for dramatic developments in the history of cities, it has contributed to the monumentalisation of centres and or has given importance to ex-centric places. Very recently, anthropologists have been discovering religion in the contemporary global city. But still awaiting historical investigation is the specific urban character of religious ideas, practices and institutions and the role of urban space shaping this very 'religion' in the course of history. The time-span from the Hellenistic age to Late Antiquity was crucial in the establishment of concepts and institutions of 'religion' and witnessed extended waves of urbanisation, Rome being central to this. In addressing this problem, this book fills a significant gap in the scholarship on urban religion across time. Taking seriously the proposition that space is condition, medium and outcome of social relations, the development of 'urban religion' in lived urban space and urban culture or urbanity offers a lens onto processes of religious change that have been neglected for the history of religion and for the study of urbanism. The key thesis is that city-space engineered the major changes that revolutionised religions. »This stimulating book makes use of archaeology and history to address religion as an essential component of urban life in both the past and the present. -With a strong basis in the ancient Mediterranean as well as an insightful view of modern urban life, Rüpke emphasizes that the practice and performance of religion at the everyday level is as essential in the creation of an urban ethos as the grand temples and institutions promulgated by the elite.« Monica L. Smith, author of Cities: The First 6,000 Years »Jörg Rüpke offers a characteristically original and learned series of reflections on some of the many ways in which the history of religions and the history of cities might be entangled. Urban Religion offers no single overarching thesis, but it is consistently thought-provoking and suggests many intriguing lines of investigation for the future.« Greg Woolf, Institute of Classical Studies, London Jörg Rüpke, University of Erfurt, Germany.

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Fritz Müller
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. ohann Friedrich Theodor Müller (31 March 1821 21 May 1897), always known as Fritz, was a German biologist and physician who emigrated to southern Brazil, where he lived in and near the German community of Blumenau, Santa Catarina. There he studied the natural history of the Atlantic forest south of São Paulo, and was an early advocate of Darwinism. He lived in Brazil for the rest of his life. Müllerian mimicry is named after him. Müller was born in the village of Windischholzhausen, near Erfurt in Thuringia, Germany, on March 31, 1821, the son of a minister. Unlike most of his contemporaries in Britain, Müller had what would be seen today as a normal scientific education at the universities of Berlin and Greifswald, culminating in a doctoral degree. Then, he decided to study medicine.

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Death Idioms in the English and German language
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject German Studies - Comparative Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Erfurt, course: Contrastive Linguistics, language: English, abstract: This paper consists of two major parts, a theoretical framework and a contrastive analysis of idioms of death in the English and German language. The first part deals with the linguistic definition of the term "idiom", including possibilities for their classification. The second section of the first part is going to present the concept of euphemism followed by a brief explanation and categorization of metaphors and the attempt of giving possible reasons for the maintaining taboo of death in western culture. The purpose of the second part of this paper is to analyze and compare a number of English and German idioms of death contrastively, in order to identify lexical and semantic similarities, including the investigation of the origin of certain expressions. Subsequently, a short closing reflection will end up this paper.As death plays a significant role not only in western society but in communities all around the globe, idioms related to death became an important tool in human communication. But what is the actual purpose of using paraphrases in order to relate to death in an utterance? Why do idioms of death have a cultural importance and how is an idiom actually defined? Do certain idioms of death have the same semantic meaning in other languages?Human communication has created a great number of idioms and figures of speech which range throughout every section of the daily life and appear in every situation possible. As this phenomenon indeed shows its importance, linguists have created the field of phraseology to investigate such expressions. Based on language contact and historical events, many idioms have synonyms and equivalent counterparts in several languages. Learning the specific idioms related to a certain culture helps to get to know more about the history, ethics and social values of a certain community.

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Mobile Media and the Change of Everyday Life
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This volume is dedicated to the subject of mobile communication and the transition in everyday life. Mobile media have become a part of the media ensemble and lead to specific media communication practices. Researching the integration of mobile media to everyday life allows a further analysis of the process of mediatization. The collected essays of this volume trace back to an international conference "(Mobile) Media and the Change of Everyday Life" at the University of Erfurt. The contributions investigate various aspects of the vibrant field of mobile communication.

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Henry Totting of Oyta: Three Sermons of a Late ...
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The book presents Henry Totting of Oyta (d. 1397), a late medieval intellectual who was active in Erfurt, Prague, Paris, and Vienna. In spite of the fact that he is a well-known figure, the majority of his works remain unedited in manuscripts. The authors analyse and provide the first editions of three of his sermons: On the Passion, On the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and On the Nativity of John the Baptist. Totting wrote each of them at a different point in his career, for a different audience and in a different style. They contribute to our knowledge about late medieval devotion and illustrate the transformation of late medieval intellectual life in Central Europe.

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