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Politics & Society

Digital Leadership: 6 Key Management Challenges Today

Digital technologies are transforming the business world at a manic pace, and digital leadership is one of the latest buzzwords in face of the challenges caused by digitization. But does such a thing even exist? And if it does, what exactly does it mean?

Religion & Theology

Engaged Research: How Far Should We Go?

Jehovah’s Witnesses are banned in Russia and seek support from the academic community. How far should we go to help them? A comment on the dilemmas of engaged research.

Science & Technology

The Transylvanian Rocket Scientist Who Invented Space Travel and Got Funded by a Movie Director

In the 1920s, the founding father of rocketry and astronautics, Hermann Oberth, struggled hard to realize his visionary ideas. Having his dissertation on rocket science rejected, Oberth convinced a film studio to fund his plans to build a real rocket as the advisor for a science fiction film in an unorthodox private public partnership.

Philosophy & History

Are Death and Brain Death the Same Thing?

The question of brain death is of utmost practical importance to transplantation medicine. While many anthropologists argue that death and brain death are two different things, there are good pragmatic reasons to equate the two.

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