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Wigbert Tocha -
ISBN: 978-3-7867-3118-4
ca. 160 pages
Format 14 x 22 cm
EUR ca. 17.00

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An interpretation for the 21st century
Virtue: An ancient human concept is making a comeback, breaking out from the jail of austerity, abstinence, and paternalism in which it has long been held. The life-affirming power of the ancient wisdom has meaning for the present day.
The virtues of the twenty-first century, as described by Wigbert Tocha, are personal and political at the same time; they are mystical, free, sensual, and elicit peace, but also anger. Tocha elucidates seven virtues as a way to combat the reification and rigidity of relationships. They incite self-discovery – and inspire us to make the world a better place.
Seven virtues for the present day: moderation, manners, friendship and sexuality, artistic endeavors, slowing down, righteous anger, pacifism
Aids to strengthen self-confidence and engagement
Written with the pointed pen of a journalist
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