Benjamin Held, Thomas Kirchhoff, Frederike van Oorschot, Philipp Stoellger and Ines-Jacqueline Werkner (Eds.)
Corona als Riss
Perspektiven für Kirche, Politik und ÖkonomieFEST kompakt – Analysen – Stellungnahmen – Perspektiven
The corona pandemic has changed our everyday life, politics and economy in a way that was previously unimaginable. What was previously taken for granted no longer applies – cracks have appeared in the continuity of our worldview and way of life. Some of them have a revealing effect, others lead to ruptures or can hardly be held together. In the hope of controlling the pandemic our possibilities have been limited. Alternatives – not infrequently stopgaps – are developing into a new 'normal'. How can we react to the pandemic and the problems and dilemmas it causes? How can we embrace the emerging opportunities? The authors develop perspectives for the time with and after Corona.
The editors are scholars at the Protestant Institute for Interdisciplinary Research (FEST) in Heidelberg, working in the research groups "Peace", "Sustainable Development", "Religion, Law and Culture" as well as "Theology and Science”.