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Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)

by Ethica Rationalis e.V.
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)
Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy)

In our efforts to support and develop ethical literacy in society, we have had another successful second quarter of 2019:

1) Philobrunch ""The history of the future - digitization and industry 4.0. Why it's about the people behind the technology now" in April

2) a short follow-up to a previous Philo-brunch - further developments within the Bridge of Hope Foundation

 See details below:


1) PhiloBrunch with Erik Händeler: "The history of the future - digitization and industry 4.0. Why it's about the people behind the technology now".


Picture by Wolfgang List 

Who wouldn't like to take a look into the crystal ball? Erik Händeler somehow always carries one with him, but his prognoses for the future are not spiritual, but are based on sound research. His assumptions are based on the Kondratieff theory of long structural cycles. Erik Händeler is a futurologist. In our Philobrunch on April 13th he showed us the world of tomorrow. 

A historical paradigm shift 

Past changes to life and work, were for example the steam engine or electricity. Today it is digitalization that has ushered in a paradigm shift. But what's next? In order to make a projection for the future, it is first necessary to look into the past. According to the Kondratieff theory, innovations occur cyclically, in so-called long waves. These phases are triggered by disruptive technologies that increase productivity and thus lead to economic growth. When the productivity growth is exhausted, stagnation occurs. This consideration of the economic upswing and downturn is referred to as a Kondratieff wave. The first Kondratieff wave was generated by the steam engine, followed by the railway and electrical engineering. The 4th period was characterized by the automobile, today we are in the 5th cycle, the information technology*.

But how did these world-changing inventions come about? According to Händeler, there is always an economic necessity for innovation. Because when something becomes scarce, there is a need for something new. For example, the railway was invented because of logistical bottlenecks. Looking back, it all sounds very logical. But "what is the next bottleneck in developmental history", to put it in Handeler's words. The days when computers made the world more productive are long gone. And so the question is: 

What will the history books refer to as the 6th Kondratieff wave?
According to Händeler: Health and dealing with knowledge.

According to the futurologist, this is not about working harder, but about classifying knowledge. Big data is almost is already old-school in business. Data and knowledge multiply inexorably. The challenge is being able to deal with that and process the information acquired. There is no longer anything like the universal scholars of the past. In order to master the complexity of unstructured knowledge, we need people with a very broad general education on the one hand and specialists with deep niche competence on the other.

"Rubber hierarchies" are becoming more and more important

The reason is simple: thanks to globalization, a high-performance computer with exactly the same productivity can be located in many different parts of the world. Because it is able to perform the same calculations from any location. But the decisive difference are the people behind it. Those who can make more out of the results/knowledge will survive in the competitive environment. And one person alone will be able to do less and less. Interdisciplinary teams working on topics at eye level are the key to more productivity.

Personal sensitivities, power thinking and status orientation are counterproductive. More than ever, "rubber hierarchies" (as Händeler calls them) are needed. Today you are part of one team, the day after tomorrow you move to a different project. We need to dissolve rigid structures in order to increase productivity again, and knowledge exchange must take place bilaterally. Given today's information flood you cannot have your knowledge bearers only at the highest hierarchical level. Together rather than against each other is becoming more than ever a key success factor.

Scarcity is the driver of change. According to Händeler, mental and physical health is increasingly becoming a rarity.

The individual as part of a team becomes more and more important. If the construction worker used to lack the strength, he was provided with a jack hammer to boost productivity. Today we increasingly work in an "thought world" in which planning, consulting and organizing are essential tasks. The skills of the individual are no longer so easily replaceable. The shortage of skilled workers is becoming ever greater and special skills are in high demand. However, the best education won't help if you cannot utilize your competence due to a lack of health.

Looking to the future: focus on people

Summarizing the two future prognoses "Dealing with diffuse knowledge" and "Health", it becomes clear how much the the individual is moving into the foreground. Companies that universally act ethically (those that treat people with dignity) will be successful. Mobbing and the dog-eat-dog mentality were yesterday - today it is about appreciation and investment in health.

Participants raised the question whether we run the risk of neglecting people if we only focused on productivity?  Putting people's health into the foreground, is indeed economically justified: burnout is not productive, so we should work to eliminate it. That is only rational. The fact that the individual benefits from increased efficiency is just an additional positive side effect. But Händeler also emphasizes that this is not the ultimate purpose. Our actions ought to stem from an ethical motivation. Acting economically entails social responsibility. But not only the company founder has a charitable mission. In order to promote a healthy environment, each and every one of us can contribute, e.g. by taking responsibility for our fellow human beings, and being willing to reconcile and cooperate. Health is always a combination of body and mind.


The higher the degree of digitization, the more important the person behind the technology becomes.

Whether you have a crystal ball at home or not, one thing is for sure: it is obviously worth being a caring, cooperative and attentive person in the future. For in addition to being a true human, ethical action will increasingly become a success factor.


2. a short follow-up to a previous Philo-brunch - further developments within the Bridge of Hope Foundation

At the end of 2018 we hosted a PhiloBrunch with Arnd Weil: "Life was good to me; it's time to give something back!" In the meantime, Arnd's Bridge of Hope foundation has taken further steps towards the promotion of education in Tanzania:
- there is a new website and

- a social media presence, on Instagram (#bridgeofhopestiftung) and Pinterest (Bridge of Hope)

- a Facebook presence is coming soon.

Arnd Weil never cut corners when he was a manager and never regretted his decision to leave his former stressful manager life. Quite the contrary: after leaving he has used his time to start a master's course in development aid and continues to build the foundation and drive its projects forward - theory and practice!


He was in Tanzania with his family and met the children in the schools that his foundation supports. They learned a lot about the children's needs, dreams and wishes. And what it takes for them to grow up in a safe environment and enjoy a quality education in order to one day be able to assume social responsibility within their community.

One of the most fascinating experiences was the fact that the local community not only made its own contribution to development, but they were so enthusiastic that they were always ahead of their schedule. This can certainly be attributed to the extremely positive effect of the ethical principle of "helping others to help themselves", which emphasises respect for others, personal responsibility and thus the joy of achieving a common goal. A concrete and good example of this is the Karama School. It was the task of the community to burn 45,000 bricks for the construction of four new classrooms.


With the speed displayed by the community, the new school building was completed after only four months! Arnd Weil: "I have never seen such speed in the construction of a public building in Germany..."

We will continue to accompany Arnd Weil and his foundation on their journey.
Should you be interested in contributing, be it financially, be it in the longer term by taking over a scholarship from one of the children in Karama, or perhaps you even want to visit one of the Foundation's projects in Tanzania, you can contact Arnd Weil via the Foundation's homepage.


We continuously strive to support and develop ethical literacy in soceity. For years, we have been organizing very hands-on initiatives and events. In Q1 of 2019 we had the following main activities:

1) we sponsered an Educational Conference "BEYOND KNOWLEDGE"

2) another session "in total confidence"

 See details below:

1) Educational Conference „BEYOND KNOWLEDGE“, February 8th 2019, sponsored by Ethica Rationalis

The educational conference "BEYOND KNOWLEDGE" at the Literaturhaus in Munich, organized by Street Philosophy, a co-operation partner of Ethica Rationalis, was a great success and it was an honor for us from Ethica Rationalis to be a sponsor.

We live in times when we are flooded with information, yet we have too little knowledge about issues that are actually important to us. We are often feel overwhelmed, unsettled and partly lost. The educational conference - BEYOND KNOWLEDGE - had the goal of providing clarity, giving food for thought to answer increasingly urgent questions and, above all, to inspire one's own actions.

Street Philosophy succeeded in engaging high caliber speakers for their vision and for the format of the conference. They shed light on various aspects of education and helped the audience to better understand the challenges of the future. The audience was motivated to take responsibility for the future.

The conference was also a great opportunity to discuss with the speakers and of course with one another, especially during the breaks and after the conference. The physical well-being of the participants was taken care of and many profound discussions were held. 

The event hosted a list of top-notch speakers:

Astrophysicist and television presenter.
"The Occident and the Algorithms"
Philosopher, author, humanist.
"A Philosophy of Human Education"

Philosopher, author, thought-leader. "Hunters, shepherds, critics"


Journalist, filmmaker, photo artist. "The power of pictures"


Philosopher, author, journalist. "Praise the books"


Communication and media scientist, journalist. "Provocation in education"

Patronage, BRAIN-ACT, Organization & Facilitation


Developmental aid worker and entrepreneur. Host and Patron of the conference.

Expert in applied Neurology. Brain Act.

Founder Street Philosophy. Creation and organization of the conference

Expert on "the good life". Creation of the conference and facilitation.


2)  "In total confidence"

After very successful events "In total confidence" in 2018, we held another in March 2019. In a small group and in a protected atmosphere, participants can share experiences in their everyday lives and what moves them in their professional or private context. They also have the opportunity to hear different perspectives from people who are also dealing with ethical issues:

Which (ethical) conflicts currently exist in my (working) environment?

What is bothering me, what is bothering others?

How do others see my problem?

What strategies are there to solve my ethical dilemma?

How can I communicate my views and beliefs?

Which problems are typical for young professionals?

How can I learn from others?

We continuously strive to support and develop ethical literacy in soceity. For years, we have been organizing very hands-on initiatives and events. In Q4 of 2018 we had the following main activities:
  1. Philobrunch with Arnd Weil „Life was good to me; Time to give something back!"
  2. Coaching bereaved juveniles - together with the Nicolaidis YoungWings Foundation


1. Philobrunch with Arnd Weil: "Life was good to me; Time to give something back! Tales of a societal drop-out.“ 


You can do a lot with money: buy houses, drive fast cars, shop top brand stores of the world, visit a few islands with a yacht ... or set up a foundation and support charitable projects. ArndWeil chose the latter. Mr Weil was our guest speaker at our latest PhiloBrunch and gave insights into his life and shared hismotivations for the decision: from "top manager" to
"societal drop-out".

After studying electrical engineering Mr. Weil had a clear focus. Fascinated by "Speech Recognition" he begins his work as a service technician in this field, paving the way for his future career. Mr. Weil went from product management to his current position as vice president and general manager of the automotive division of Nuance Communications, a billion dollar software company, global leader invoice control. He himself describes the various stages of his career as luck; being in the right place at the right time. New positions required him to acquire plenty of new skills. Obviously, he has closed these knowledge gaps with flying colors. Mr. Weil is very successful in what he does and he could easily continue to be so for years; bathing inappreciation, and growing his fortune. But Arnd Weil will be leaving the business at the end of 2018. What motivates such a successful businessman to give up a dream job and a top position at the height of his career?

 Arnd says the explanation lies in three central questions:

Who am I?
What do I stand for?
Who do I like to be?

Arnd grew up in the Hunsrück (Germany) in modest circumstances, which has shaped him to this day. Of course, when he talks about his life, he is proud of his achievements. He has always approachedhis tasks with ambition and fun. Otherwise he would not be where he is today. But he has always remained humble. His parents gave him corresponding values. He emphasizes: "What I believe in deep in my heart" that's what he stands for. And he is certain: we are not here on Earth by mere chance; we all have the mission to bring about positive things. He has had the "luck of being on the sunny side of life," as he says himself. And he wants to pass some that on. Instead of continuously improving his standard of living, he has put money aside. But not in order to practice "consumerism" as he calls it. But to support people whose staring position is less fortunate. And so, together with his wife, Mr. Weil set up a charity: The "Bridge of Hope".

Eleven years ago, when he accepted the position as Vice President, he did not already have "the master plan". The only thing he already knew then: He would hold this office for 10 year then he would leave. Said and done. In the course of this time, the concept became more and more concrete. Inspired by a billboard advertisement, he began to focus on "development cooperation". Also, how they chose the country, which should be promoted, has an exciting background. His wife still owns a book from her childhood days. Back then she was fascinated by pictures of Africa. She still carries this positive impression within. And so the charity is now supporting education in Tanzania, specifically, two schools in different regions (school buildings, sanitary facilities, access to drinking water, sponsorships, etc.).

The location of the school is, what it looks like, who builds it - that's all in the organizational care of Tanzania. People on the ground know best what is needed. Nothing is imposed, but closely supported by the charity. Arnd has already been there and is workingclosely with the local authorities. He radiates a great deal of contentment and calmness - despite having 
such a responsible job at the head of his corporation. He knows where he has come from and exactly where he wants to go. And it has made him what he is today: humble, down to earth and with a strong sense of justice.

Inspired by his story, a case study was discussed at the Philobrunch focusing on the question:

How far can social engagement go if it comes at the expense of others? For example, at the expense of one's family, because quitting the job will change the financial situation. How far should self-realization go? Or is self-realization always ok in the context of social engagement? Fortunately, for Arnd, the conditions were well-defined: financially and familially. By the way, Arnd and his family do have an expensive hobby. It has to do with their cosmopolitan views. And they will continue to pursue this passion in the future. Despite or perhaps because of the many pending projects: traveling.

2. Coaching Bereaved Juveniles 

A number of members of the Ethica Rationalis team have taken a role of coaching juveniles that are mourning the loss of their parents. Ethica Rationalis and the Nicolaidis YoungWings Foundation, whose mission is the support for bereaved juveniles, have been closely working together for many years.

The collaboration not only involves exchanging ideas , but also discussing various ethical topics in the context of events. Martina Münch-Nicolaidis, CEO of the Nicolaidis Young Wings Foundation, for example, took part in a PhiloBrunch last year on the subject of mourning. "For me, it is always inspiring to get together with the people at Ethica Rationalis, who are workingfor the research and dissemination of ethical action on such different levels," says Martina Münch-Nicolaidis. The Nicolaidis YoungWings Foundation also focuses on societal issues: As a nationwide non-profit organization, the foundation offers young mourners targetedadvice and long-term support in their mourning.
Individual and long-term help for young mourners

Festivals that connect: Spring Festival 2018 of the
Nicolaidis YoungWings Foundation.

The loss of a loved one can throw young mourners out of emotional balance and often to the brink of financial existence. In Germany alone there are about 800,000 children who have lost father, mother or both parents, and about 500,000 adults up to the age of 49, whose life partner has died. As different as people are, so different their dealing with grief can be. All the more important to find out together with children, adolescents and adults how to best support in dealing with the loss of a loved one. 

This is exactly where Nicolaidis YoungWings Foundation comes in - and has been for 20 years. In 1998, the Nicolaidis Young Wings Foundation was founded after a tragic personal event. Today, the foundation consists of 19 full-time employees and 63 volunteers, who work for the needs of young mourners. CEO Martina Münch-Nicolaidis explains: "The focus of our work is on individual and long-term support. We see grief as a process necessary to rearrange life after a loss." 

Creative offers: Young mourners share self-written 
texts and listen to the reading by author and cabaret 
artist Georg Koeniger. 

Supporting young mourners for over 20 years

The individual support services are aimed at both adults up to the age of 49, whose life partner has died, as well as children, adolescents and young adults up to the age of 27 who have lost one or both parents. The offerings include not only a telephone or personal bereavement support, self-help groups or common leisure activities, featuring games, exercise and creative tasks.

Youths on a hike with donkey.

Depending on the phase of life and individual needs, the Foundation offers other services that are geared to young people's lives. This includes, for example, the Online Counseling Young Wings, the Career Advice STARTSmart, the Sebastian Scholarships or creative projects such as the short film project Young Creatives-Film.

"Take one!": young people produce their own short film on
the project YoungCreatives-Film.
In our attempts to support ethical literacy with very hands-on initiatives and events we had the following two main events in Q3 of 2018:
  1. PhiloBrunch „Stoicism for everyday life“ with Julia Kalmund
  2. another event "In total confidence"

1. Philobrunch:

On July 21st we held another PhiloBrunch with Julia Kalmund. This time the topic was „Stoicism for everyday life“.

One might think that the teachings of the "old" philosophers have little to do with our livestoday, after all, that was more than 2000 years ago. The Philobrunch 'Stoicism for everyday life' with Julia Kalmund, founder of Street Philosophy, offered participants an opportunity to study the thinking and maxims of the Stoics. It quickly became clear how up-to-date the stoic approach is and what a great tool it can be for people oftodayto handle life's difficulties.

Ms Kalmund reminded us that since ancient times the claim of philosophy has always been a practical one, as Musonius Rufus, a Roman stoic, emphasized: "Philosophy is justified when one combines rational teaching with rational action." Epictet, one of the The main representative of Stoicism even said, "But what is philosophy? Does it not mean to prepare us for anything that may come? "

The term Stoic goes back to the Greek term "stoa" - the Greek word for colonnade or arcade. Zenon of Kition began his teaching around 300 BC and founded a school in the colonnade of the Agora in Athens named after the Stoa. 100 years later Stoicism came to Rome and became much more practice-oriented. The three best known representatives of the Stoic school in Rome were Epiktet, Seneca and Marc Aurel. Ms. Kalmund based her statements on their teachings and maxims.

Stoicism is not just a dynamic, trade-oriented philosophy, it also emphasizes that only a person who is virtuous and ethical can lead a good life. 

Unfortunately Stoicism has "gone out of fashion" because it is falsely equated to asceticism and renunciation. 'Askêsis' in Greek means exercise, training, task. This is very much in keeping with the basic idea of Ethica Rationalis, because we are convinced that if anybody wants to live or "practice" a virtue, he needs willpower and a sound sense of reason. These qualities are needed to make rational decisions that also help progress self-knowledge, and take a step towards the ideal of virtue (second nature). Repetitive practice in the midst of society (applied ethics) is essential.

The impetus comes from the desire to better know ourselves and therefore to act more deliberately, because as Marcus Aurelius says "Our soul has the color of our thoughts". Ms. Kalmund emphasized that philosophy does not claim to have an answer to everything. Rather, we must learn to stay in the questions. Our experiences make us stronger if we manage to reflect upon them. We must learn to sharpen our perception, and use our free will and intellect with courage and wisdom to make the right choices.

How do I perceive people and events around me? When we learn to distance ourselves from our emotions, it allows us to be more mindful and take better action, always asking ourselves: are our decisions and actions ethically justifiable?

For the Stoics a key requirement for a successful life, was the ability to recognize what we can influence or change, and what lies outside our power. Our perception of things, not the things themselves, determines whether we feel happy or unhappy. 

In the spirit of Aristotle, who said, "Excellence is not an action, but a habit. We are what we repeatedly do." and according to Epictetus, who admonished not only to be content with learning, but always to practice and train, Ms Kalmund conducted practical exercises with the participants, demonstrating that a happy, balanced life is not possible without one's own effort. Quite the contrary "Life is constant training without any time-out".

The participants confirmed that they thoroughly enjoyed another pleasant, exciting and invigorating Philobrunch.

2. "In total confidence"

After very successful events "In total confidence"earlier this year, we held another in this quarter. In a small group and in a protected atmosphere, participants can speak about experiences in their everyday lives and what moves them in their professional or private context. They also have the opportunity (if they wish to) to hear different perspectives from people who arealso dealing with ethical issues:

Which (ethical) conflicts currently exist in my (working) environment?

What is bothering me, what is bothering others?

How do others see my problem?
What strategies are there to solve my ethical dilemma?
How can I communicate my views and beliefs?
Which problems are typical for young professionals?
How can I learn from others?


In line with our attempt to support ethical literacy with very hands-on initiatives and events we had the following three main events in Q2 of 2018:
  • The inauguration of the KonTEXT reading room and 
  • two events "In total confidence"
Inauguration of the KonTEXT reading room on April 17, 2018

Until shortly before the beginning, additional chairs were being brought into the meeting room - with the title "Ethics in extreme situations" one had probably hit a nerve. "Assistance for young offenders"  two projects that were presented this evening enjoyed great response. The Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration, Prof. Dr. Markus Wessler, welcomed the visitors - in addition to external guests, mainly students from his faculty as well as from the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences. It has long been a common goal of the two faculties to interlink more closely. This was achieved with the KonTEXT reading room and this event, according to Dr. Wessler. 

KonTEXT Reading Project for delinquent juveniles

Dr. Caroline Steindorff-Classen, professor at the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences, introduced the program. She runs the reading project KonTEXT, which she has developed together with students for delinquent youths. Juveniles who have been required by a juvenile court to participate in the reading project KonTEXT come to the university and read books together with students. The texts serve as a basis for exchange about the experiences of the fictional actors, give space for self-reflection and promote the mutual understanding for the world of others. Around 400 young people are now looked after in this way. KonTEXT has been honored with several awards in recent years, recently making the leap into the federal selection of 25 projects (out of 300 competitors) in the nationwide competition "startsocial", for the promotion of volunteer social engagement, which will be awarded in the Federal Chancellery in the summer of 2018.

It was a particularly touching moment when the speaker gave a very vivid insight into the life story of a currently detained youth, who once participated in the KonTEXT project years ago: He had agreed to share passages from his letters with the audience:

"I made the same mistake several times, getting drunk and and getting into fights afterwards, understandable that no one has any more leniency, but what the court does not see is how you are being treated as a criminal. Branded! Yes I did a lot of stupid things, but can't people change? I say yes, but my surroundings say no. If you can't get a job, because of a criminal record, you have no money, and you won't get anything from the welfare system anyway. And even if you do, you still don't 'get it'. At some point you just feel redundant. Some turn to alcohol or drugs, others become burglars or thieves. Others end up committing suicide, because there simply is nothing desirable left". The LEONHARD project was made for people like him.

The LEONHARD qualification program for offenders with an entrepreneurial mindset

Afterwards, Dr. Bernward Jopen told the exciting story of founding his social enterprise. In 2010, following a visit to a similar project in the US, he decided, together with his daughter, to launch the charity LEONHARD: "In 20 weeks, we teach students what a founder needs, why it is appealing to own a company lead and where dangers lurk. In addition, we provide a behavioral training in non-violent communication. Even if only 29 percent of the graduates start their own business, the rest learns through our training to distinguish themselves as an entrepreneurial employee in a company. "

And the stats speak for themselves: of the 152 graduates so far, only 13 percent relapsed, 60 percent were employed within 28 days after their release with the help of pro bono mentors and 29 percent became self-employed (as of Nov. 9th, 2017). This means that LEONHARD's graduates are well above average.


CONTEXT Reading room: A place of encounter

Dr. Angela Poech, professor at the Faculty of Business Administration and board member of Ethica Rationalis, officially closed the event,  announcing the dedication of the KonTEXT Reading Room. Thanks to the support of the Dean, room U110 is now reserved daily from 5 pm for participants of the KonTEXT reading project. So the groups no longer have to meet in drafty corners or empty lecture halls, but in a familiar room with a relaxed atmosphere. The room U110 is one of the newly designed project rooms with flexible, modern furnishing - it offers retreats for group work, but can also be used for lectures. Ethica Rationalis agreed to continue to financially support the KonTEXT project as well as the KonTEX reading room. Ideas for future events are highly welcome!

"In total confidence" 

After a very successful event "In total confidence" earlier this year, we repeated it twice in this quarter. They took place on May 24th and June 13th

In a small group and protected atmosphere, participants speak about what they experience in their everyday lives and what moves them in their professional or private context. They also have the opportunity (if they wish) to hear different perspectives from people who are also dealing with ethical issues:

Which (ethical) conflicts currently exist in my (working) environment?

What is bothering me, what is bothering others?

How do others see my problem?

What strategies are there to solve my ethical dilemma?

How can I communicate my views and beliefs?

Which problems are typical for young professionals?

How can I learn from others?


Given the confidential nature of these events, we cannot share further details.


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