Thomas Lehnen studies Philosophy and Language, Literature, Culture at the University of Munich. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is currently doing his Master’s degree in Economics. His interests reach from philosophy of mind, concepts of self-awareness, neuroscience, anthropology, over history of culture, language and money, to existentialism and philosophy of film. He believes in love, music and arts, which are his most influential companions, as well as in the capacity of the human race to change the world for the better. To make a contribution he takes part in projects, writes articles, prose and poetry and uses his knowledge and spirit in every possible way - each day of his life. He also works for several NPO’s, mainly to help in the field of personal development training. Thomas has an active interest in the development of university education in Germany, especially in the effects due to the Bologna Process, the understanding of money theory and different forms of capitalism, plus the possibilities to overcome the inequalities of global capital distribution.
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