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  1. says:

    Mens sana in corpore sano? Well first of all define health Is physical strength and the lack of illness or disability the

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    Update in these coronacovid19 times this dystopia absolutely is relevant Perhaps or better hopefully we're not

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    UnconvincingI have to admit that dystopian visions of a totalitarian future are not high on my list of favourite genres unless of course it's Orwell but the very first line of this really got my hackles upGesundheit ist ein Zustand des vollkommenen körperlichen geistigen und sozialen Wohlbefindens und nicht die bloße Abwesenheit von Krankheit Health is a state of complete physical spiritual and social wellbeing and not the mere absence of

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    This story is set in the future in the middle decades of this century Juli Zeh imagines a scenario where the governments of the world have abandoned all political systems except one the Method All industry that damages the air or soil uality has ceased and the primary focus is on maintaining optimum health in

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    Reading this again after a decade I had to demote it and remove a star It’s too much on the nose almost stereotyped You can tell it was born a play and somehow morphed into a short novel The medieval witch trial set in the near future is too thinly veiled for my taste Still not a bad book if you like dystopias Some whiff of Orwell and Kafka was pleasantly sensed Where health becomes duty method becomes madness ignora

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    35 stars or 710A stylish addition to the dystopian future genre in the tradition of Orwell's 1984 Juli Zeh's version looks at society in the mid 21st century a society completely obsessed with health which has spawned a new political system The Method which reuires citizens to comply with daily exercise abstain from tobacco alcohol etc This

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    A dystopia in the true sense a satire funny and poignant Well paced this book avoids boredom by refusing to waste time with world building

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    A modern version of Orwell's 1984 combined with themes from Kafka's classic The Trial the novel published in 2010 depicts a totalitarian society where health is sacred and the belief in science absolute The story is fast paced and combines a scifi setting with a crime story which works really well The book raises important uestions

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    The books is advertised as a dystopian science fiction novel but what it resembles is a philosophical treatise presented in the form of a polylogue between people with various convictions and backgrounds which make the thoughts three dimensional The story is there only to give their positions weight This is something Western philosophy has done since Plato and should do often But understandably if you decide to

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    i really wanted to like this book better than i didmaybe this was just the runt of the litter? 'cause Zeh has been gathering all kinds of critical attention and kudos and i thought wow maybe this will be that rare kind of sf that not only shows us a possible future but does it in a way that makes us re think the present

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Corpus Delicti Ein Prozess

In de autoritaire samenleving heerst de METHODE die mensen een streng gezondheidsregime oplegt Iedereen is verplicht gezond en daardoor. UnconvincingI have to admit that dystopian visions of a totalitarian future are not high on my list of favourite genres unless of course it s Orwell but the very first line of this really got my hackles upGesundheit ist ein Zustand des vollkommenen k rperlichen geistigen und sozialen Wohlbefindens und nicht die blo e Abwesenheit von Krankheit Health is a state of complete physical spiritual and social wellbeing and not the mere absence of disease Oh bollocks Health is the absence of disease no and no less You can t be healthy than healthy The prologue continues in an overblown artificially grand sounding declamatory style which so set my teeth on edge that I immediately googled the purported author only to find that Heinrich Kremer does not exist at least not as the author of a treatise on health as principle of governmental legitimisation He did exist once as a German inuisitor of the 15th centuryOh OK so this is a spoof I geddit Unfortunately it is also the premise for this future world one in which the health police have taken over and run an over efficient Nanny state in which any kind of behaviour that might be a risk to health is forbidden in which the citizens are expected to keep tabs on and report their blood count sleep patterns nutrition diary blood pressure urine samples sport profiles etc etc etcAnother admission I ve only read 30 pages but so far there is no explanation of how we got from here to there I mean most New World Orders need some kind of previous cataclysm to warrant their existence something like a world wide war or a devastating environmental disaster disease pestilence whatever Something adeuately destabilizing which makes the formation of a totalitarian state vaguely plausible Juli Zeh will probably claim that this is not meant to be a realistic vision of the future but rather a model to examine what the conseuences of state control of our health might be But I can t help feeling that she is tilting at the wrong windmills It may well be true that there is a kind of health brigade that try to persuade us that we can be even healthy than healthy but usually it s no than a marketing ploy to push some spurious health giving product super food or anti oxidant or a wellness programme that is mostly designed to part me from my money how will that make me feel betterIt s true that there are numerous government campaigns to persuade us to eat fruit and veg lose weight uit smoking and so on but the only reason why these campaigns are numerous and strident is precisely because governments are well aware that the three single measures that would improve the general health of the nation in one fell swoop are absolutely unthinkable All any government really needs to do is make smoking alcohol and cured meat illegal There you go Easy Er no Because the one sacred value of our Western democratic world the one that outweighs all the rest put together is freedom The freedom to fuck your life up any way you want to The totalitarianism of this model is getting in the way of what might have been a sensible appraisal of how to curb spiralling health care costs Next

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Gelukkig te zijn Een enkeling verzet zich tegen het systeem zoals broer en zus Mia en Moritz Holl Het land van de METHODE is de uiterste. 35 stars or 710A stylish addition to the dystopian future genre in the tradition of Orwell s 1984 Juli Zeh s version looks at society in the mid 21st century a society completely obsessed with health which has spawned a new political system The Method which reuires citizens to comply with daily exercise abstain from tobacco alcohol etc This is all tracked through accessing the data chip every citizen has implanted and any deviation from this is considered a crime or worse an act of terrorismThe book opens with the main character Mia grieving the death of her brother who fell foul of the system What follows is then an account of Mia previously an advocate of The Method gradually and grudgingly taking up the fight against the systemI liked the way this book was written in its omniscient narrator style not a method I usually warm to The interaction between Mia and Kramer the arch villain of the book are done very well and to me were reminiscent of 1984 s Winston Smith and O Brien Overall it was a very enjoyable read and a very credible nightmare vision for the future of Western society The only frustrating thing at least to me was that the central event of the novel the death of Mia s brother s girlfriend is never explained adeuately I guess I should just accept that the reader has to make up their own mind about this but I am the sort of reader who always wants to know these things for sure This is the second book I have read by Juli Zeh translated from the German the other being Dark Matter I have enjoyed both and will be looking for

free read ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub · Juli Zeh

Conseuentie van een gedachtegoed ziek zijn als misdaad Preventie is het opperste gebod en vereist de volledige controle van ieders gedr. The books is advertised as a dystopian science fiction novel but what it resembles is a philosophical treatise presented in the form of a polylogue between people with various convictions and backgrounds which make the thoughts three dimensional The story is there only to give their positions weight This is something Western philosophy has done since Plato and should do often But understandably if you decide to read Plato or Berkeley s Hylas and Philonous for example for their narrative ualities you may not understand why other people think so highly of them For me it was the other way round Some of the plotpoints toward the end almost got a star off this book but then I decided to keep it as the philosophy the language and also the anchoring of various thoughts in human types was so much better than f ex the thought experiments of uite a few highly acclaimed moral philosophers who present us with much worse stuff under the guise of academic philosophy So uite clearly this is not the book to be picked up at random and definitely not one for a reader of science fiction which probably explains many of the relatively low marks given to it by other readers And clearly it is not for a tired evening after lots of work This is the second book I ve read by Juli Zeh the first was Dark Matter which I also liked a lot and I hope to read

  • Hardcover
  • 216
  • Corpus Delicti Ein Prozess
  • Juli Zeh
  • Dutch
  • 06 September 2018
  • 9789041415141

About the Author: Juli Zeh

Juli Zeh is a German novelistHer first book was Adler und Engel in English Eagles and Angels which won the 2002 Deutscher Bücherpreis for best debut novel Juli Zeh has lived in Leipzig since 1995 Zeh studied human rights law in Passau and Leipzig passing the Zweites Juristisches Staatsexamen comparable euivalent to the US bar exam in 2003 She also has a degree from the Deutsches Li