Abendvortrag am 19.11.2021 für die Humanistische Akademie Berlin-Brandenburg

On the 22 October 2021 at 7pm in the Literaturhaus Munich, Library. An evening of conversation with Nathalie Weidenfeld, Julian Nida-Rümelin and Andreas Hamburger. Nathalie Weidenfeld, Julian Nida-Rümelin and Andreas Hamburger.

Julian Nida-Rümelin Julian Nida-Rümelin speaks on Digital Humanism in Vienna on the 17th of Novembre

JNR and Nathalie Weidenfeld im Gespräch über "Risiko". Am 15.10 in Heidelberg um 20 Uhr

Im Gespräch mit JNR über Schubladendenken

Sendung am – 7.10.2021 um 15:05 Uhr – SWR2 Leben

JNR returns to the public conversation-"there is no life without risk"


from philosophy into politics

7.9.21, JNR spoke at Telekom X in Cologne about "digital humanism".

Digital Humanism and the limits of AI

JNR on sluggish bureaucracy and missed opportunities in the documentary by Helma Büchel

JNR-"Let's talk about our society"

JNR on scales in the pandemic

JNR- lectures on digital humanism

JNR Opening Speech of the Salzburg Festival on ORF Radiothek

Opening speech of the Salzburg Festival-JNR: "Without liberalism, no democracy".

Opening of the Salzburg Festival- JNR: "Democracy is not the dictatorship of the majority".

"What would Europe have done without vaccines ?"

Renewing Democracy - System Update from Below ?

Herzliche Einladung zur Paneldiskussion mit Peter Tschentscher, Julian Nida-Rümelin und Gisela Erler. Am 15 Juni, 14:00 bis 15:00 Uhr, via Livestream.

"The next pandemic is bound to come:"

"Julian Nida-Rümelin and Nathalie Weidenfeld have four theses for a strategy of reason."

"Weighing moral goods in Corona Politics"

Christoph Möllers, Julian Nida-Rümelin & Simone Chambers in conversation about Covid-19 policies and the balancing of moral and legal goods. Moderated By Georg Diez.

Villa Aurora

Villa Aurora

Live am Samstag 18 Mai, ab 11 Uhr

"Justice and Risk - A Double Book Launch"

Sahra Wagenknecht and Julian Nida-Rümelin present each other's latest published books. On these controversially discussed questions of our present. Christoph Markschies moderiert das Gespräch.

Julian Nida-Ruemelin

Live-Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften

am 18 Mai 2021, ab 19 Uhr

"One of his big themes: Dangers. And that's what the former Minister of State for Culture talks about on the Red Sofa".

Julian Nida-Ruemelin

Sendung: DAS! | 05.05.2021 | 18:45 Uhr 40 Min | Verfügbar bis 05.08.2021

"JNR talks slow politics and crisis-plagued actors in AZ interview - as well as a Corona post-utopia"

"Bitter for democracy" Julian Nida-Rümelin on dealing with the pandemic

How much environmental protection can be expected of the individual

JNR answers in the podcast


JNR on Corona policy: "This should never happen to us again".

Markus Lanz 7th April 2021

Guests: politician Norbert Walter-Borjans, journalist Melanie Amann, philosopher Prof. Julian Nida-Rümelin and intensive care physician Prof. Uwe Janssens

"Facing dangers with reason"

The philosophical word for Sunday

Denmark as a model ?

in conversation with Wladislaw Jachtschenko

"When every criticism is defamed, people become radicalised".

Published on 1.04

"The reality of risk"

Julian Nida-Rümelin, Nathalie Weidenfeld
About the sensible handling of dangers

Philosoph zu Corona-Management- Julian Nida-Rümelin: "Müssen alle mitnehmen"

The philosophical word for Sunday

"Is Merkel allowed to do anything ?"

in conversation with Wladislaw Jachtschenko

"Europe needs its own digitalisation model"

JNR in the Sunday regulars' table of BR on 21. 03.2021

Philosopher criticises government's Salami tactics

Julian Nida-Rümelin in conversation

Risk ethicist: "Incidence as such is irrelevant - we need to move away from fixation".


Corona Summit: What's next in Bavaria ?
Broadcast from 03.03.21

"Weekly Tester Podcast Nida-Rümelin warns of deep division through Corona crisis

"Discussion on the topic of data protection and pandemic control".

JNR: "Putting risks in perspective"


JNR: "A certain risk of life we have to endure". 

"Politics is not a profession"

from Claus Heinrich


Lecture followed by a discussion (in English) on the philosophical foundations of digital humanism.