With Herfried Münkler and Michael Borgolte
»Order« is a promise: a promise of security, of a higher-level structure of the world on which we can supposedly rely. This idea of order is an eminently political concept - and a contested one: in theory and practice, between intellectuals and politicians who compete for the interpretation of order. In the second part of the Berlin Correspondence lectures, Herfried Münkler and Michael Borgolte debate competing interpretations of order in research and politics.
Curated by Jan-Hendrik Olbertz, Andreas Görgen and Esra Küçük.
Berlin Correspondence is a Matinée-Series of the Gorki Forum and the Humboldt University Berlin in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.