Book club on Dec. 18: “Measuring the world” by Daniel Kehlmann

We continue our journey into humanism.

Harry Keller
Nov 15, 2018 · 2 min read
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After spending several months with Sapiens and Homo Deus we’ve decided to continue our journey into humanism, this time with Daniel Kehlmann’s “Measuring the world”. Most Germans will probably be familiar with it, but nobody at the discussion table had actually read it yet, so we decided to catch up on this modern classic.

The original is written in German and can be bought here, but there’s also an English translation [affiliate links].

Please note that the discussion will be in German … we welcome anyone to join though and if you fancy a parallel discussion in English, you could encourage other non-German speakers in the Facebook event to join us:

We meet on Tuesday, December 18th, 6:45pm at our office at Oranienstraße 6, 10997 Berlin.

We then head over to Max & Moritz for the discussion.

See you then and happy reading! 📚😊

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Harry Keller

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Grand millennial with a teenage mind: always curious, mostly optimistic, annoyingly idealistic. Developer and partner at @diesdasdigital.

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Thoughts, observations and learnings from Berlin-based digital studio diesdas.digital.

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