Life Has No Meaning, It is Meaning - Herbert Pietschmann, Physicist
Das Leben hat keinen Sinn, weil es Sinn ist - Der Physiker Herbert Pietschmann
Society is falling apart, it is being atomised. That is the opinion of the world renowned physicist, mathematician, philosopher and author Herbert Pietschmann. «I communicate,therefore we are» is the credo of the scientist born in Vienna in 1936, who studied underthe Nobel Prize winner, Erwin Schrödinger and who worked at CERN. In more than 350 publications the all-round academic grappled not only with particle physics but also withquestions of philosophy, theology, medicine and management doctrine.He advocates that people should come together again to create a whole out of the innumerable »me's«, which swirl around like the isolated atoms of an inert gas; collidingwith each other every now again but never coming into direct contact. A portrait of anenthusiastic scientist, pianist and Beethoven expert who made it his goal to make life better.