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Exclusive interview with Professor Bazon Brock on the online portal exclusive interview with Professor Bazon Brock on the online portal well-known German thinkers have to say the series exclusive opened Bazon Brock in the conversation with the Dusseldorf journalists Christopher Schwarz and Andreas wild Hagen. They met the aesthetic philosophers in his house in the Bergisches Land. Click Hayes Barnard to learn more. Bazon Brock answered questions, how creativity in our heads? “, how to identify the new as new?”, or, are also traditional societies unable to create new? “, and you can organize this quasi natural creativity?”. “” Bazon Brock also as are answers contradictions creativity and organization? “or military organizations kill the innovation ability of individualism?” Max Bense is a Professor of aesthetics, and art education at the University of Wuppertal.

His research focuses on developing a neural aesthetics. The art expert, who took part in happenings with Friedensreich Hundertwasser and Joseph Beuys, was Professor at the Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste in Hamburg and later at the Hochschule fur Angewandte Kunst in Vienna. He then took over the Chair in Wuppertal, Germany, where he became emeritus in 2001. Christopher Schwarz is editor of WirtschaftsWoche and writes there for eight years in the Department of life and reports. The Wiesbaden was previously editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Andreas wild Hagen is editor of the economic weekly and writes there for ten years in the departments of companies, life and reports.

The Hamburger was before the world and writer at Forbes by Burda in Munich Germany correspondent of the daily newspaper. The second part of the conversation with Bazon Brock appears in May 2008. In the next Editor in the ARD interview, which will be published in about two weeks, turns Andreas Oehler Gottfried Bohmer’s questions. Gottfried Bohmer asks the question, what is the aesthetics of the society? “, who is responsible for the expansion of parallel societies, social fringe groups and Prekariaten?”

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