As my passion for words does not merely restrict itself to the written word, I am trying to enter into spoken dialogue as often and in as many ways as possible. Thereby, I especially focus on philosophical topics. Like in my writings, I am predominantly interested to bring intercultural and life related issues to a broad audience. In the subcategories you will find information concerning a J. Krishnamurti dialogue group as well as my upcoming philosophical workshops, talks, or presentations. If you want a foretaste, here you go.



Here are some of the topic I have presented so far:

Intercultural Philosophy

  • The Importance of Intercultural Philosophy
  • Freedom in East and West
  • Ethics in West and East
  • The Philosophy of Death
  • The Philosophy of Happiness
  • An Intercultural Approach to Love
  • Identity, Ego, and Self
  • Utopianism and its Contenders
  • When is art – and if so, when?
  • How to Read Controversial Books

Indian Philosophy

  • Introduction to Indian Philosophy
  • The Bhagavad Gītā
  • Patañjali’s Yogasūtra
  • Gandhi’s Philosophy 
  • Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy
  • Plato and Indian Philosophy
  • Indian Concepts of Time

The Art of Living 

  • Philosophy as Exercise
  • Philosophy as Art of Living