"What is Just?"
- Imagine a (very, very tasty!) chocolate cake. Dividing it in a fair way is not so easy. There are several possibilities: Does everyone get exactly the same amount? Or does the one who has worked the hardest get the most? Or should, maybe, the person who is the most hungry be allowed to eat the biggest piece? We will look at different suggestions and consider together what is just.
Dr. Ana Laura Edelhoff
is a philosopher at Oxford University. She is concerned with making philosophy accessible to children. She has given lectures for children in Hamburg, Oxford, Washington and Boston, especially in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut. Her lectures for children on the topic of justice have been attended by up to 1200 children and have been discussed in the children's magazine Dein Spiegel as well as on the radio channel NDR. For more information about her work see: denkdetektiv.de
"Science is Fun (German, too)!"
- Why do astronauts wear diapers? Does a cup have a memory? Jo Hecker will deal with these interesting questions among others in his engaging lecture. Jo Hecker has presented his exciting experiments in 15 countries, which prove to be fun for the entire family!
is an engineer and works as a scientific journalist. His books with experiments have been translated into ten languages. He has taken his science shows all over the world, from Thailand to Alaska. His motto is, “I don’t like science. I love science!” Learn more on his website www.joachim-hecker.de