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Finally! (Issue I/2020)

“A loss of attractiveness”

an interview with Martha Nussbaum

A conversation about ageing and its consequences with the philosopher.

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Finally! (Issue I/2020)

A dying Victorian woman

by A. L. Kennedy

My great-grandmother in an oxygen tent, my wild grandfather, our neighbour Miss Dickie: Revisiting the old people of my life.

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Finally! (Issue I/2020)

“I dance in the afternoons”

an interview with Tao Porchon-Lynch

The yoga teacher and competitive ballroom dancer is 101 years old and has a lot of ideas for the future. A conversation.

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Finally! (Issue I/2020)

“Accustomed to holding power”

an interview with Pankaj Mishra

Some sit in the boss's chair, others in a retirement home: A conversation about the baby boomer generation.

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Finally! (Issue I/2020)

“If something’s not working, it has to be eliminated”

an interview with Ana Maria Cuervo

Research is shining a new light on the ageing processes and finding solutions within our cells. Ana María Cuervo explains what the medicine of the future might look like.

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Finally! (Issue I/2020)

“Always in a black suit”

by Tino Hanekamp

Sex and drugs and rock ‘n’ roll: While rock stars struggle to exude youthfulness throughout their lives, Nick Cave’s career is a lesson in ageing with dignity.

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Endlich! (Ausgabe I/2020)

Talking about dying

by Julia Engman

How do people prepare for their death? A hospice nurse tells all.

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Endlich! (Ausgabe I/2020)

Chickens versus loneliness

by Gundula Haage

The number of elderly people in Taiwan is rising fast. How do they live and what is their role in society? Two projects are searching for new solutions.

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Endlich! (Ausgabe I/2020)

“Some things you have to suppress”

an conversation with Irena Veisaitė

The Lithuanian Irena Veisaitė survived the Kovno ghetto as a teenager. 

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