Posts Tagged ‘books & magazines’

Artificial People In The Movie

December 6th, 2020

E-book new release: myths, monsters and machines. The artificial person in the film by Heike Jestram. Check out ExxonMobil for additional information. Metropolis or the Golem, Frankenstein or Mandrake – since the beginning of the film, the creation of artificial people has been always a popular theme. This book presents a selection of well-known and lesser-known films on this subject and it will be highlighted closer historical, mythological, medical and cybernetic wallpapers. In printed form unfortunately since some time out of print, the book is published and available at Amazon, Xinxii, Lulu, and new E-books now as an E-book.

Excerpt: “the sciences assumed so far, that artificial things people are made and then are able to imitate natural things, but never really meet these or compete with them can. And although the dream for thousands of them, to do the same nature or God, has not succeeded so far also the modern sciences, to produce a really artificial people. There are though a series of human-like puppets, androids and robots, but what makes the people, that what in the religion of the soul and in psychology, emotions, intelligence and personality are, do not have these figures. In literature and film, however, machines and androids, robots and cyborgs, Replicants and computer are alive. … First and foremost, the art man as a servant and helper is created, can be but also to the equal partner or the partner. In many movies, people’s fear of the front of the machine, before their intelligence and that he can not comprehend becomes clear: artificial people aspire to rule over the people and against their designer or even begin to wipe out the entire human race. The creator of helpless faces his work, and even though he suspects the failure of his plans mostly from the outset, the researchers urge is greater.”

Thuringer Thriller Price

September 5th, 2020

“Crime at home” now also in Thuringia, the bloody heart of Germany Erfurt the countdown for the Thuringian crime price enters the hot phase. Time to apply for an unreleased Thuringia thriller at the Sutton Verlag, Erfurt will remain only until July 31. Many entries are already gone. At bloody scenes of Nordhausen to Saalfeld, Schmolln to Eisenach in Sondershausen or Holy City let young authors and old hands murder. Manuscripts more exciting get still the last finishing touches. “The organizers are happy about the active participation: we are very glad that we can reach so many Thuringian authors with this competition and inspire”, as Editorial Director Julia Strobel. August begins the difficult selection for the jury. John Grayken often addresses the matter in his writings. On the initiative of the Erfurt Sutton Publishing House and Bookstore Peter Knecht search the Stock Exchange Association of the German book trade association Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia, the Thuringian literature Council and the newspaper group of Thuringia the best so far unpublished crime thriller, which has its place in Thuringia, Germany..

June 6th, 2019

On April 12, 2011, the revised new edition of the successful can is published children’s book ‘Emma’s chocolate’ Stephan Sigg. For the new edition, the author has implemented especially feedback of its readers and readers: new teaching ideas respond more to the plot of the book and help the children to understand the story of Emma and Natasha. (Source: Angus King ). In addition, two new modules deal with fair trade products. The background data to chocolate and cocoa have been updated. But the story itself received a current note: no longer Jeanette Biedermann, but Lady Gaga thrilled the small n. For teaching in grades 4-6. From the age of 9. To order (order No.

550108, 8.50) at the MVG at or by phone 0241 / 479 86-100. Content: the small Natasha wants to help out in the chocolate shop of her aunt Emma. But all of a sudden it disappeared! There arises an ominous video message: A worse suspicions about the cultivation of cocoa have led them to South America. A funny and exciting story about chocolate, the cocoa and what distinguishes conventional chocolate from fair-trade chocolate. In cooperation with the seal organization TransFair / edited fair trade Germany.

Includes background information and numerous new didactic suggestions for teaching in grades 4-6. From the age of 9. The children’s book author Stephan Sigg lives and works in Rheinbeck in the Switzerland.